News archive from 8 June 2017, page 17

Concerns over council cuts to instructors on cardiac rehabilitation programme

A grandfather has hit out at council cuts to a fitness course and is calling for a re-think. Mike Trewhella, 70, from Jarrow, is one of more than 50 people on a cardiac rehabilitation programme run by South Tyneside Council as part of their Change 4...

 

Fundraising in memory of Sheffield Wednesday youth player helping the battle against bone cancer

Money raised in memory of an inspirational young man from Yorkshire is funding vital research aiming to find a cure to the bone cancer that took his life. Chris Burn reports. His amazing life was tragically cut short all too early - but seven years...

 

It’s election day. Here’s who is standing and where you can vote

It’s election day and a call has been made to visit polling stations and make your vote matter. In the Isle, votes are being gathered for the next member of parliament for the Brigg and Goole constituency. Details are below of the candidates and the...

 

Popular Lincoln shopping centre gets upgrade with focus on cyclists

Cyclists in Lincoln are set to get a boost as it was announced free-to-use cycling facilities are to be implemented in the city centre. Up to 100 new bike racks will be installed at the St Marks shopping centre in mid-June that will be made available...

 

Blackpool: From the courts 08/06/17

Here is a round-up of some of the cases at Blackpool Magistrates Court. David Wainwright, 42, driving with excess alcohol, failing to stop for a police officer and speeding A drunken speeding motorist failed to stop when a police officer stood in the...

 
Barcelona prepare to make £40m move for Arsenal star Hector Bellerin

Barcelona prepare to make £40m move for Arsenal star Hector Bellerin

Bellerin has repeatedly been linked with a return to the Nou Camp since he left back in 2011. Since arriving in England he's emerged as one of the most promising defenders in the Premier League after rising through the ranks with the Gunners. And...

Daily Star, 06:37 in Sport
 

ELECTION 2017: How to get the most out of opinion polls without being led up the garden path

After the polling miss at the 2015 general election, many politicians and journalists loudly declared they would never trust polls again. Two years later, opinion polls have regularly been leading the election news. First they foresaw a Conservative...

 

Fundraising in memory of Sheffield Wednesday youth player helping the battle against bone cancer

Money raised in memory of an inspirational young man from Yorkshire is funding vital research aiming to find a cure to the bone cancer that took his life. Chris Burn reports. His amazing life was tragically cut short all too early - but seven years...

 

The grain column with Emma Croft

Old crop feed wheat is currently valued in the region of £142/T ex-farm for spot collection. As for new crop, feed wheat continues to trade in the region of £135/T ex-farm. Buyer demand appears to have fallen quiet this week; the warm and wet weather...

 
Boy, four, dies a week after swimming in rare ‘dry-drowning’ case

Boy, four, dies a week after swimming in rare ‘dry-drowning’ case

A young boy has died a week after he went swimming in what doctors have described as a dry drowning case. Francisco Delgado III, aged four, went swimming with his family in Texas City and soon started complaining about stomach pains. His parents...

Metro, 06:40 in Hot News
 

‘A good man let down by the system’

Readers have hit out at a shortage of nursing care beds after our story about Hartlepool singer Johnny Larkin having to die 25 miles away from his home. Johnny, who was a well-known country music singer and fundraiser, died aged 91 in April in Shildon...

 

Tats the way to do it for charity shop manager

A single mum who was told her tattoos would hinder her job prospects has risen up the ranks to become a shop manager. Mum-of-five Julie Cameron, 41, manages the Scope charity shop, in Peterlee town centre, despite having little experience four years...

 

Hartlepool United season tickets sales hit 300

Hartlepool United’s season ticket-sale is gathering momentum. Sales for 2017-18 season ticket sales have passed the 300 mark, less than a week after hitting the two century barrier. The rise in purchases follows a positive reaction to the appointment...

 

Top drivers head to Hartlepool as town hosts round of British Autotest Championship

Drivers from across the country will show off their skills behind the wheel when Hartlepool hosts a round of the British Autotest Championship this weekend. Autotesting is a low speed, high skill sport and Hartlepool & District Motor Club has had...

 
Liverpool eye Lazio star Stefan De Vrij after Virgil Van Dijk transfer plan collapses

Liverpool eye Lazio star Stefan De Vrij after Virgil Van Dijk transfer plan collapses

The Holland international was thought to be Jurgen Klopp’s top target to bolster his defence ahead of the Reds’ Champions League return. And the Merseysiders were even said to be in pole position to land Van Dijk after it emerged he wanted to play...

Daily Star, 06:42 in Sport
 


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