News archive from 8 August 2014, page 6

The Harrington Blues put on coach for Hitchin gig

The Harrington Blues put on coach for Hitchin gig

Stamford band The Harrington Blues will put on a coach for fans to support them at their next gig. The band will support Missing Andy at Club 85 in Hitchin on Saturday. A coach will leave Stamford bus station at 6.45pm, stopping at The Cuckoo in...

 
Russell aims to put venue in top league

Russell aims to put venue in top league

Musician Russell Dennett is giving Dronfield's live scene a welcome boost after opening his first venue in the town. Russell, who played with the Human League for nine years and who has been in a number of other bands, has opened JD’s Lounge, a music...

 
Fears for cyclists as toll of injuries goes up

Fears for cyclists as toll of injuries goes up

A SURGE in the popularity of cycling coupled with inadequate roads and poor road sense have contributed to a dramatic rise in the number of bikers killed or seriously injured on the roads, it is claimed. Motoring and cycling groups have expressed...

 
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Campaigners have angrily condemned a decision by health chiefs in Yorkshire to backtrack on a decision to give couples free access to IVF treatment. In a surprise move, NHS bosses in the Vale of York said they could not afford to relax restrictions on...

 
Bill Carmichael: Don’t tar Bradford with the madness of George Galloway

Bill Carmichael: Don’t tar Bradford with the madness of George Galloway

IF there is anyone out there who still doubts that George Galloway is completely off his trolley, just read his latest rant in which he - apparently seriously - bans Israelis from entering Bradford. Yes, I am afraid it really is that crazy. On what...

 

Liverpool MP's fears over city health commissioner's ability to deliver quality mental health care

A Liverpool MP today questioned the ability of the city’s health commissioner to provide quality mental health care. Wavertree MP Luciana Berger said Liverpool “can never hope to be a truly world-class city without a population and workforce that are...

 
North Anston: Nursery opens new baby unit

North Anston: Nursery opens new baby unit

The Hall Day nursery in North Anston has opened up its new baby unit for the first time to the public. The new unit provides childcare facilities for infants aged 0 to 18 months and the nursery opened its doors to the public for them to come and have...

 
Ofsted take enforcement action against Leeds nursery

Ofsted take enforcement action against Leeds nursery

Education watchdog Ofsted has taken enforcement action against a Leeds nursery after a damning inspection reported a catalogue of failings. Private day nursery Kautars Kinder Crew, in Meanwood, has been rated as inadequate by inspectors who reported...

 
Families call for action over two ‘dangerous’ roads in Bramley

Families call for action over two ‘dangerous’ roads in Bramley

RESIDENTS have called for action over what they claim are two dangerous roads in Bramley. Concerns were raised over two ends of Wyther Lane - at its junction with Broad Lane, where there is no pedestrian crossing; and at its other end, where it...

 
The Harrington Blues put on coach for Hitchin gig

The Harrington Blues put on coach for Hitchin gig

Stamford band The Harrington Blues will put on a coach for fans to support them at their next gig. The band will support Missing Andy at Club 85 in Hitchin on Saturday. A coach will leave Stamford bus station at 6.45pm, stopping at The Cuckoo in...

 

BOJ offers bleaker view on exports, keeps policy steady

The central bank, however, added that household spending remains firm, underscoring its conviction that no fresh stimulus is required even though data next week is expected to show the biggest contraction in economic activity since the global...

Reuters, 05:38 in Business
 
Shop staff threatened with weapon during robbery

Shop staff threatened with weapon during robbery

Police have launched a manhunt after staff at a Glossop convenience store were threatened with a weapon during a robbery. Three men entered Morgan’s, on Glossop Road, Gamesley, at 5pm yesterday (Wednesday) and demanded the employees hand over cash...

 
Ebola: the solution may be in sight

Ebola: the solution may be in sight

The killer: a colourised transmission electron micrograph of the Ebola virus. Photograph: Alliance Images/Alamy One of the world's most feared pathogens, the Ebola virus, has a key structural weakness that could be vital in developing drugs to treat...

 
Inquest is opened into death of 40-year-old Chesterfield man

Inquest is opened into death of 40-year-old Chesterfield man

An inquest has been opened today, Thursday, August 7, into the death of a 40-year-old man who collapsed in Chesterfield. Chesterfield coroner’s court heard how Craig Rutherford, of Westbourne Grove, Chesterfield, was found near Chatsworth Road,...

 
Bainton man and woman named as victims of fatal horror crash on A164 near Driffield

Bainton man and woman named as victims of fatal horror crash on A164 near Driffield

Police have released the names of the man and woman who died following a fatal road traffic collision on the A164 Beverley Road at Sunderlandwick between Driffield and Hutton Cranswick at about 1.10pm hours on Wednesday 6 August 2014. They were...

 


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