News archive from 10 October 2013, page 13

Motorcyclist taken to hospital after A16 collision

Motorcyclist taken to hospital after A16 collision

The rider was taken to hospital by East Midlands Ambulance Service shortly after 7.30pm. A grey Peugeot estate and a silver Nissan people carrier were also at the scene - but there drivers were unharmed. ''Landlords : Do You Need A Tenant'' Mayfair...

 
Drunken vandal given night curfew

Drunken vandal given night curfew

Rebecca Dolby, prosecuting, told North Lincolnshire magistrates Clarke smashed and "completely shattered" a window at the premises in Frodingham Road, Scunthorpe, but was later detained. There was blood on his hands and top. FREE BOILERS,...

 

'Look ma, no hands' on the car steering wheel still some way off

"It's a little unsettling at first when you take your hands off the wheel and then it's one of these ‘Oh wow' moments," Girsky said in a September 27 interview about the vehicle he test drove over a year ago. While consumers may envision a...

Reuters, 08:27 in Business
 
Annual Hull City Council elections face axe

Annual Hull City Council elections face axe

Staging elections every year - when one-third of the seats on Hull City Council are traditionally contested - costs about £250,000. However, councillors at the authority, under intense financial pressure because of budget cuts, are now considering an...

 

U.S., Vietnam sign nuclear trade agreement

U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said the U.S.-Vietnam Civil Nuclear Cooperation Agreement would allow U.S. firms to tap Vietnam's future nuclear power market, although the State Department said the deal will not allow Vietnam to enrich or reprocess...

 

Arsenal's Invincibles are a myth, the 1966 World Cup final was rubbish and Lineker should have cheated...

My first book, 'Is He All That?' is out Thursday, and it's all about challenging accepted wisdom in football. As fellow Sportsmail columnist Jamie Carragher says in the foreword, it's 'a real page-turner.' You'll find more detail in the book, but here...

Daily Mail, 08:28 in Sport
 

Tobacco firms 'over-supplying'

British tobacco manufacturers are fuelling the black market by deliberately over-supplying their products to European countries, MPs have warned. UK firms are supplying more tobacco to European countries than their markets need and is then finding its...

 
Fire crews deal with blaze in Beaumont Leys, Leicester home

Fire crews deal with blaze in Beaumont Leys, Leicester home

The fire, which is believed to have been started accidentally, caused severe damage to a bedroom and the first floor of the property. Free Legal Expenses Policy with any Motor Insurance Policy with... Insure365 View details Print voucher Free Legal...

 

700,000 join in the stampede for Royal Mail shares: controversial privatisation is over-subscribed seven...

More than 700,000 private investors have applied for shares in Royal Mail - in a rush that could leave many people empty-handed. The controversial privatisation has been over-subscribed nearly seven times over, it was announced yesterday. Business...

 

Cutbacks 'did NOT slow down growth': watchdog's verdict is a fresh boost to Osborne

40 View comments Austerity is not to blame for the longest downturn in more than 100 years, the independent budget watchdog said yesterday. The Office for Budget Responsibility blamed weaker than expected growth over the past three years on high...

 
Police recover £141,000 worth of drugs from house

Police recover £141,000 worth of drugs from house

The warrant took place at around 3.30pm and two occupants at the property were arrested by officers. In the upstairs of the property, five rooms were searched and police say a total of 141 plants were recovered. FREE BOILERS, FREE BOILERS, TENANTS,...

 
Section of A18 Scunthorpe closed to motorists after water main burst

Section of A18 Scunthorpe closed to motorists after water main burst

The Queensway in Scunthorpe has a partial road closure in place this morning (Thursday, October 10). A lane of the A18 is closed to traffic westbound between B1501 Grange Lane South and A159 Ashby Road. FREE BOILERS, FREE BOILERS, TENANTS, LANDLORDS...

 
How do you think the council should mark world champ Tai Woffenden's achievement?

How do you think the council should mark world champ Tai Woffenden's achievement?

The £21 million leisure centre has been open to the public since July 2011, but was never the subject of an official opening ceremony. With this in mind, the authority is also set to ask Woffinden - a former rider with the Scunthorpe team - to cut a...

 

New hope of pill for brain diseases

A landmark British study has raised the prospect of a pill that can treat brain diseases such as Alzheimer's by halting the death of neurons. The research, performed on sick mice, is at a very early stage and it could be a decade or more before any...

 

New hope of pill for brain diseases

A landmark British study has raised the prospect of a pill that can treat brain diseases such as Alzheimer's by halting the death of neurons. The research, performed on sick mice, is at a very early stage and it could be a decade or more before any...

 


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