News archive from 9 February 2019

In the courts of Lincolnshire

In the courts of Lincolnshire

The following cases have been heard at magistrates courts in Lincolnshire: Lauren Hindmarsh, 20, of Lintons Farm, Scrane End South, Freiston, Boston, pleaded guilty to driving with 43 microgrammes of alcohol in 100 millilitres of breath. She was fined...

 
Retford responds to Gypsy family's bid to allow more caravans on site

Retford responds to Gypsy family's bid to allow more caravans on site

People in Retford have thrown their support behind a Romany Gyspsy couple who have submitted planning permission to allow more caravans on their site. Richard and Nathalie Bennett have asked councillors to allow them to have an additional 21 caravans...

 
10 of the best hair and beauty salons in Leicester, according to Google

10 of the best hair and beauty salons in Leicester, according to Google

Finding a new salon you can trust can be a minefield, with so many to chose from and no way of knowing how they'll be until you leave. No one wants to risk being lumbered with an unsuitable style, or being left out of pocket by an over-priced...

 

Kevin Barron: Jeremy Corbyn probably wants Brexit to happen

While Labour appears to have kept its Brexit position deliberately vague, one of the party’s Rotherham MPs has taken a much more straight-forward stance. Rother Valley’s Kevin Barron has publicly backed and voted for Theresa May’s deal, making him one...

 
Over 1,000 young people were treated for knife wounds last year

Over 1,000 young people were treated for knife wounds last year

More than 1,000 youngsters were admitted to hospital with knife wounds last year, new figures from NHS England reveal. The number of young people aged between 10 and 19 hospitalised with knife wounds jumped by 57% since 2012-2013 to 1,026 in...

Metro, 00:11 in Hot News
 
Hakeem-al Arabi: Thai cave diving heroes Harris and Challen call for footballer's release

Hakeem-al Arabi: Thai cave diving heroes Harris and Challen call for footballer's release

The Thailand cave rescue diving heroes and Australians of the Year, Dr Richard Harris and Dr Craig Challen, have joined the campaign to save the refugee footballer Hakeem-al Arabi, a Bahraini refugee and resident of Australia who is being detained in...

 
Stephen Merchant to play 'Grindr killer' Stephen Port in BBC drama

Stephen Merchant to play 'Grindr killer' Stephen Port in BBC drama

Stephen Merchant is to star as Stephen Port in a new BBC fact-based drama about the serial killer who murdered four young men he met through dating websites between 2014 and 2015. The Barking Murders, which is due to begin filming this spring, will be...

Guardian, 00:29 in Showbiz
 
Hopes fade for early end to equine flu crisis as trainers await test results

Hopes fade for early end to equine flu crisis as trainers await test results

There is always hope. Horse racing is an industry built on selling dreams, however fanciful, so its inhabitants are readily able to persuade themselves that everything will turn out all right, even as the bad news accumulates. On Friday that bad news...

Guardian, 00:33 in Sport
 

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Philip Green accused of racial, physical and sexual abuse

Philip Green accused of racial, physical and sexual abuse

Philip Green allegedly subjected people working in his business empire to abuse and other inappropriate behaviour that was at times racial, physical and sexual, according to a report. A host of serious allegations were published on Friday evening by...

Guardian, 00:45 in Business
 
Virginia's painful 'blackface' past and present

Virginia's painful 'blackface' past and present

Ask Virginians what they feel about current scandal engulfing state politics and one reaction is common: the exasperated exhale. Where do you even begin with the past week? First racist photos were uncovered on Governor Ralph Northam's 1980s college...

BBC, 00:48 in World News
 

TikTok: When gummy bears singing Adele rule online

Have you seen the viral video where a choir of gummy bears sing a rousing chorus of Adele's Someone Like You? Or maybe the slightly bizarre sight of people putting make-up on potatoes? Or perhaps you have been out and about and someone has...

BBC, 00:48 in World News
 

How concussions are a risk to every ice hockey player – and it’s not likely to ever change

Organisers this week revealed plans for an ice hockey match to raise funds for the sport's concussion victims, at Sheffield Arena on April 20. It coincides with an ongoing NHL debate about concussion diagnosis, management and return-to-play...

 
Everton news: Marco Silva facing D-Day at old club Watford - PAUL MERSON

Everton news: Marco Silva facing D-Day at old club Watford - PAUL MERSON

The fans are getting restless and losing at Watford could be the fi nal straw for owner Farhad Moshiri. I know he came out talking about holding your nerve and I’m sure he’s hoping Silva turns it around. But the problem is, if you keep losing games...

Daily Star, 01:06 in Sport
 
Josh Warrington vs Kid Galahad will be a Yorkshire derby to remember - FRANK WARREN

Josh Warrington vs Kid Galahad will be a Yorkshire derby to remember - FRANK WARREN

The IBF featherweight champion will defend the belt against his mandatory challenger before the summer after we won the purse bids to stage the fight. Warrington wants unification fights with WBO champion Oscar Valdez and WBA title holder Leo Santa...

Daily Star, 01:06 in Sport
 


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