News archive from 10 December 2014, page 17

Apprenticeship roles created with Victoria Centre development firms

THE £40m redevelopment of Nottingham's Victoria Centre has created apprenticeship roles with local firms working on the project. Seven new training positions have been introduced since work started on the centre earlier this year. The news comes after...

 

Man held in police threats probe

A man remains in police custody following his arrest by a counter-terrorism unit investigating threats made to officers. The 31-year-old man was arrested yesterday at a property in the West Midlands. Bosses at West Midlands Police called their...

 

World Cup and 1D dominate Twitter

One Direction and the World Cup dominated Twitter in the UK in what was overall "the year of the selfie", statistics show. Tweeters' love of camera phone self-portraits showed no sign of abating, with the term "selfie" mentioned 92...

 

Japan business mood sours as economy struggles with recession

The joint quarterly poll by the Ministry of Finance and the Cabinet Office also indicates that the central bank's key tankan survey due to be released on Dec. 15 may show little improvement in business sentiment in the final three months of this...

Reuters, 06:31 in Business
 
New faces at trucking team

New faces at trucking team

AN independently-owned truck dealership is motoring into a new era for sales with the appointment of new staff. RH Commercial Vehicles (RHCV), has taken on four new recruits and now boasts a team of seven in its sales department - the highest number...

 
Company relocates to Nottingham's Creative Quarter

Company relocates to Nottingham's Creative Quarter

SOFTWARE development firm Hazid Technologies has moved its head office from Beeston to Nottingham's Creative Quarter. The firm is now based in High Pavement. It employs eight full-time equivalent staff in Nottingham, but plans to create three new...

 
What's on in Nottingham on December 10 and December 11

What's on in Nottingham on December 10 and December 11

Violinist and three-time Classic BRIT Award winner Andre Rieu is performing at the Capital FM Arena tonight. Tickets start at £44.80 and can be purchased by calling 0843 373 3000 or online at capitalfmarena.com Nicholson's Bar and Grill, in Milton...

 
Green light for Hexthorpe housing plans

Green light for Hexthorpe housing plans

Work can finally start on a major Doncaster housing development - which has been in the pipeline for almost a decade. Persimmon Homes was first given the green light for their residential plans at the former Doncaster Plantworks railway engineering...

 
Festive fun at Mexborough care home

Festive fun at Mexborough care home

Residents old and young enjoyed some festive fun at a Christmas fair. The event was held at Swallow Wood Care Home in Mexborough. Care home resident Alan Wardle is pictured above enjoying the fair.

 
Mexborough markets scheme approved despite security concerns

Mexborough markets scheme approved despite security concerns

Plans to build Mexborough's new outdoor market have finally been approved despite concerns the new layout could attract nuisance gangs. Doncaster Council’s planning committee approved the scheme at a meeting in the Civic Offices on Tuesday after...

 
Time is called on Jarrow club to make way for homes

Time is called on Jarrow club to make way for homes

TIME has been called on one of South Tyneside's best-known watering holes. The Tunnel Club, formerly Jarrow Ex-Servicemen’s Club, in North Street has closed its doors for the final time and is to be demolished. It is to make way for a four-storey...

 
Batley Carr WWI hero met king before he died

Batley Carr WWI hero met king before he died

A first world war soldier from Batley Carr died following a leg amputation soon after King George V visited him. Pte Joseph King, 19, of the King’s Own Yorkshire Light Infantry, was shot through his leg on November 2, 1914. Recovering at the base...

 
Nativity outfit: Top tips for making your own

Nativity outfit: Top tips for making your own

RECYCLE materials, be imaginative and make safety pins your new best friend - that is the advice from local experts on creating your child's nativity costume. Debbie May, the manager at Southfields Pre-School, in Car Colston, has been making festive...

 
Purses snatched from shoppers' bags in Central Avenue, West Bridgford

Purses snatched from shoppers' bags in Central Avenue, West Bridgford

West Bridgford: Several purses have been snatched from shoppers' bags in Central Avenue. On Monday, a woman believes she was targeted by a thief who stole her purse from her handbag. Her bag has a flap over it, meaning it is unlikely to have fallen...

 
Jeremy Lewis: Why txt spk is gr8 - but only in the right context

Jeremy Lewis: Why txt spk is gr8 - but only in the right context

EXTRACT taken from the portable telephone text archive of one Jeremy H. Lewis, aged never you mind... Friend: "Could you make dinner on 22nd? Want to go walking Sat 13th? C x" Jeremy: "Should be OK. Will check diary when home (l8er...

 


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