News archive from 8 June 2015, page 16

Hemlock Happening: Future of festival up in air after violent clashes

Hemlock Happening: Future of festival up in air after violent clashes

The future of a popular Nottinghamshire festival could be in doubt following violent clashes. More than 10 police cars and two riot vans were called to Hemlock Happening on Saturday night after reports of fighting. The event, in Bramcote Hills Park,...

 
Steve Bruce's three year Hull City rollercoaster. Highs and lows since June 8, 2012

Steve Bruce's three year Hull City rollercoaster. Highs and lows since June 8, 2012

TODAY is the third anniversary of Steve Bruce being unveiled as Hull City's new boss. Brad Rial looks back at the highs and lows of his time in charge. 2012-13 SEASON June 8: Bruce unveiled FOLLOWING Nicky Barmby's controversial departure as manager...

 
Sheffield woman gives up booze to raise cash for city hospital

Sheffield woman gives up booze to raise cash for city hospital

A woman whose niece lost an eye to cancer is to give up alcohol to raise money for the hospital which treated her. Annie Miles, aged 10, was diagnosed with cancer as a newborn baby and had her eye removed at The Children’s Hospital in Sheffield as...

 

Tributes paid to helicopter pilot

A MAJOR investigation is ongoing today after a man was killed when the helicopter he was piloting smashed into a hillside in high winds. Meanwhile, family and friends of the well-known Louth and Grimsby businessman are struggling to come to terms with...

 

Why it's not right to Snapchat your boss from a party at 3am

As someone who has worked in communications for over six years, I have encountered numerous digital faux pas. From new staff members adding me on Facebook after three days, to random party Snapchat messages sent at 3am from someone who calls in sick...

Guardian, 07:03 in Business
 
Royal approval for 'walking acts of kindness'

Royal approval for 'walking acts of kindness'

A FLEET of dedicated volunteer drivers have been handed the highest accolade possible after an appointment at Buckingham Palace. The team of drivers, who transport around 60,000 people a year with the Grimsby, Cleethorpes and District Dial-a-Ride...

 

Bid to refloat Harry Haddock - Grimsby Town's famous fish

THE Mariners Trust have launched a campaign to bring back Harry Haddock - but need help to re-inflate the famous fish. As part of the supporters group's Operation Promotion initiative, Harry could be set to make a sensational comeback next season....

 
Crewe Alexandra: We must get the best out of current strike-force - Steve Davis

Crewe Alexandra: We must get the best out of current strike-force - Steve Davis

STEVE Davis says the Alex must work hard to get the best out of their current forward line as they look unlikely to add to their striking ranks this summer. With Lauri Dalla Valle and Marcus Haber signed up for another season, and Callum Saunders and...

 

Golden State 93-95 Cleveland: Floyd Mayweather watches LeBron James steal show as injury-hit Cavaliers tie...

The Cleveland Cavaliers let an 11-point lead slip in the fourth quarter but dug deep in overtime to beat Golden State 95-93 on Sunday and square the NBA Finals series at 1-1. With boxer Floyd Mayweather and rapped will.i.am among the stars watching...

Daily Mail, 07:05 in Sport
 
Sent back to gates of Hell: Scots troops return to Afghanistan to defend Kabul base

Sent back to gates of Hell: Scots troops return to Afghanistan to defend Kabul base

SCOTTISH soldiers are being sent back to Afghanistan – less than a year after the war was declared over, the Record can reveal. Troops from the Royal Highland Fusiliers - 2 Scots – will deploy to Kabul in the coming weeks. An Army source warned they...

 
Caitlyn Jenner: Syrian rebels show their support and want to change town name to be ''free'' like her

Caitlyn Jenner: Syrian rebels show their support and want to change town name to be ''free'' like her

Caitlyn Jenner has had plenty of support since her Vanity Fair magazine cover. But who was expected a group of Syrian rebels to give her a shout-out? A picture has emerged online of a group of activists holding up a banner praising Caitlyn, who was...

 
Bouncer shot by gunman on motorbike in drive-by shooting outside Tup Tup Palace nightclub

Bouncer shot by gunman on motorbike in drive-by shooting outside Tup Tup Palace nightclub

A NIGHTCLUB bouncer has been shot in a drive by shooting outside a popular nightspot in Newcastle. Eyewitnesses have described seeing a black-clad motorbike rider pulling up outside the city's Tup Tup Palace before opening fire at around 10.45pm last...

 
Plans submitted to build new skate park in Broughton

Plans submitted to build new skate park in Broughton

PLANS have been submitted to build a first skate park in Broughton. The town council insists the park to be built on the community and sports centre in Scawby Road will fill a void as the nearest similar facility is four miles away in Brigg. The...

 

Plan your week’s theatre: top tickets

Monday The new one from Jack Thorne is the story of a young couple who have experienced a still birth. It’s called The Solid Life of Sugar Water and it’s at the Drum in Plymouth from tonight in a production by Graeae. Elinor Cook’s Image of an Unknown...

 

Facing the music: Hugo Ticciati

How do you listen to music most often? On my CD player at home, normally in the evening, by the fire. What was the last piece of music you bought? The last CD was Moondog, Elpmas, and the last piece of music was the score of Scarlatti’s Concerto...

 


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