News archive from 11 February 2018, page 12

Roger Federer can absolutely smash THIS Rafael Nadal record this week

Roger Federer can absolutely smash THIS Rafael Nadal record this week

Rafael Nadal, the current top-ranked player on the planet, holds the record for the longest time between his debut at No 1 and the time he last held it. Nadal first got to the top in August 2008 and will hold the crown at least until Sunday. It means...

 
Man Utd set to tinker with Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial roles for Newcastle clash

Man Utd set to tinker with Alexis Sanchez and Anthony Martial roles for Newcastle clash

Manchester United go into the game against Newcastle aiming to fare better than their last away trip, a 2-0 defeat to Tottenham at Wembley. All eyes will be on Sanchez who, after drawing blanks against Spurs and Yeovil Town, finally got off the mark...

 

Bramham firm backs Rhinos

Leeds Rhinos were given a timely boost before they head off to Australia for the World Club Challenge with Melbourne Storm, by agreeing a new partnership with Bramham-based specialist media company, Kong Media Ltd. The Kong Media Ltd logo, which...

 

Euan McColm: Corbyn’s £3 radicals should demand a refund

When Jeremy Corbyn won the Labour leadership in 2015, those campaigners who swept him to victory celebrated a return to their party’s radical roots. The triple-election-winning New Labour project was dead and anyone who mourned its passing should go...

Scotsman, 08:38 in Politics
 

Scottish ministers urged to draw up dementia-friendly register

The Scottish Government has been urged to set up a register of dementia-friendly destinations to help patients and boost the tourism sector. The Scottish Conservatives believe a register would enable attractions to become accredited sites for people...

Scotsman, 08:38 in Politics
 

When is Easter 2018? Important dates you need to know

Easter is one celebration that tends to change on the calendar, something that often leaves people confused. The date is important too not only for Easter's religious celebrations, but because it helps determine Lent and also when Mother's Day, the...

 

This man will referee Aston Villa vs Birmingham City

Peter Bankes has been tasked with overseeing the hotly-anticipated derby between Aston Villa and Birmingham City. The Second City foes do battle at Villa Park in front of a sell-out crowd today. Both teams have been in excellent form of late. Villa...

 

Police tackle international challenge on the rugby pitch

England wasn't the only rugby team to take to the pitch this week, with Northumbria Police's own officers representing their country. Six members of the force were called up to represent the England Police and the British Police Women's teams....

 

Letters: Urgent meeting on future of Whitby Hospital

Elected representatives have been invited to attend a public meeting on Friday, February 23, at Whitby Pavilion, 6.30pm–8pm, so that people can find out more about the plans for the redevelopment of Whitby Hospital and the planned usage of any freed...

 

Rosemount dementia care praise

Staff at Rosemount Care Home in Whitley Bay have achieved accreditation to provide a pioneering new approach to caring for people living with dementia. The new approach, the Dementia Care Framework, uses advanced technology to help monitor people with...

 

Half-term sport camps at TyneMet

Expert tuition in football and a range of sports is on offer for children at TyneMet College during half-term. Boys and girls aged five to 12 can also take part in tennis, basketball, dodgeball, and other activities, from 9am to 4pm between Tuesday,...

 

LEGO fun for local school children

Teams from Cullercoats Primary School, pictured, and Riverside Primary School were winners at a FIRST LEGO League tournament. The tournament, organised by North Tyneside Council, involved weeks of planning and preparation, with students working in...

 

Pick up a pint with your newspaper

An off-licence specialising in craft beer has opened at the back of a post office in Tynemouth. Yard House, on Percy Park Road, has three beers on tap and dozens of bottled and canned local, national and international craft beer on sale. Andrew...

 

Personal best for local photographer

A North Tyneside-based business lifestyle photographer secured a contract as one of the official photographers at the recent Invictus Games. Mike Tulip Photography was awarded a contract to capture images from the games in Toronto, Canada on behalf of...

 

Opposition view: Dons boss Ardley criticises O’Toole over penalty incident but admits ‘the best team won’

AFC Wimbledon manager Neal Ardley admitted ‘the best team won’ after his side’s 3-1 defeat to the Cobblers on Saturday but that didn’t stop him from criticising John-Joe O’Toole, accusing the Town midfielder of ‘conning’ the referee to win an early...

 


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