News archive from 10 May 2015, page 18

Derbyshire shoppers warned of Sainsbury's and Tesco product recall

DERBYSHIRE shoppers are being warned that food products have been recalled by Sainsbury's and Tesco because of a "they may contain small pieces of metal". Sainsbury's said it was recalling its Be Good to Yourself Potato Salad, by Sainsbury's...

 
Opinion: 'There is no capitalist answer to our nation's dilemma'

Opinion: 'There is no capitalist answer to our nation's dilemma'

THE Derby Telegraph receives lots of letters each week on issues affecting Derby and Derbyshire, as well as further afield. This one looks at politics. IF we include UKIP, there were four main political parties to choose from at the General Election,...

 

Two Mississippi police shot dead

Two police officers were fatally shot following a traffic stop in the southern Mississippi city of Hattiesburg and two suspects were on the loose and believed armed and dangerous, authorities said. Warren Strain, a spokesman for the Mississippi...

 
Casterton pupils do their bit for Nepal earthquake appeal

Casterton pupils do their bit for Nepal earthquake appeal

Pupils at Casterton Business and Enterprise College have been helping to vital raise funds for a village in Nepal, following the devastating earthquake. A non-uniform day was held at the school yesterday to help raise money for Tilden Project Nepal, a...

 
Crystal Palace 1 Manchester United 2: Falcao's biggest contribution and more talking points

Crystal Palace 1 Manchester United 2: Falcao's biggest contribution and more talking points

Falcao's biggest contribution? Radamel Falcao's arrival for Wayne Rooney triggered United's worst spell in the game. Overwhelmed by a Crystal Palace side buoyed by Jason Puncheon's arrival, Falcao was non-existent and failed to take the sting out of a...

 
Our historic role in history of city

Our historic role in history of city

Lancaster Guardian editor Nicola Adam writes this week's Business Guest Columnist The changing role of local newspaper titles is very much the subject of debate at the moment. On one hand we still produce our fantastic newspaper titles. But with the...

 

Chinese billionaire takes 6,400 staff on holiday and creates world's longest human chain

A company boss has had an extraordinary bout of generosity following the 20th anniversary of his business. Billionaire Li Jinyuan paid for 6,400 of his workers to go on holiday with him to France where they also took part in a world record attempt to...

Metro, 08:50 in Hot News
 

What would you pay to be happy?

The happiest man in the world is a 67-year-old Buddhist monk called Matthieu Ricard. He starts his day sitting in a meadow in front of his hermitage in Nepal. He watches hundreds of miles of Himalayan peaks glowing in front of him in the rising sun....

Guardian, 08:50 in Health
 

Katie Hopkins: Woman who agreed with memorial graffiti "should be bought lube and made woman of Isis'

@PennyRed thinks this is OK. Burn her passport, bulk buy her lube & make her a woman of ISIS https://t.co/7C2nxvtdTv pic.twitter.com/Rkmglfa7bz - Katie Hopkins (@KTHopkins) May 9, 2015 Katie Hopkins has suggested that a woman who said she had no...

Metro, 08:50 in Hot News
 

Gurinder Chadha: ‘It’s been the most satisfying thing I’ve ever done’

Seven years ago, when Gurinder Chadha was in hospital, about to give birth, one of the doctors recognised her as the director of Bend It Like Beckham, and made a confession. “She said, ‘You know, when I had my child, I could take in [to hospital]...

 

SLIDESHOW: Eastoft pupils get starry eyed

Facing the final frontier were 19 Key Stage One children at Eastoft CoE Primary School recently when they were visited by StarLincs Mobile Planetarium and learnt all about space and the Solar System. StarLincs is the only mobile planetarium based in...

 
Rock ‘n’ roll hero Trevor joins Hi-Notes for night of nostalgia

Rock ‘n’ roll hero Trevor joins Hi-Notes for night of nostalgia

A Grantham singing group and a local rock "n' roll hero are getting together to put on a night to remember. The Hi-Notes and Trevor Leeson will perform at the Priory Ruskin Academy theatre on Friday, June 15, for a night of pure nostalgia. From...

 

Swiss shooting leaves several dead

Police say they have found several people dead after shots were heard in a town in northern Switzerland. Police in Aargau canton said residents heard shots in the town of Würenlingen, a community of about 4,500 people north-west of Zurich late on...

 

Looking for a reason to eat out today - we can give you Fourteen

AFTER moving to Waltham from Hull a year ago, I made it my mission to try out the local highlights as soon as possible. However, given it took me 12 years to visit The Deep, my track record for checking out what's on my doorstep isn't terrific. My...

 
Robert’s Munros challenge for Christian Aid

Robert’s Munros challenge for Christian Aid

With Christian Aid Week beginning today, one Barnoldswick man has shared how he is almost one third of the way through an arduous challenge for the charity. Barnoldswick Baptist Church’s treasurer Robert Sneath (63) aims to conquer 32 Scottish Munros,...

 


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