News archive from 11 February 2018, page 8

Argos launch knock-off Princess Eugenie engagement ring at fraction of the cost

If your other half dreams of a wedding fit for a princess then the latest addition to the Argos catalogue looks set to make any budget conscious bride-to-be say yes. The Revere 18ct Rose Gold Plated Silver Morganite Colour CZ Ring from Argos has taken...

 
Arsenal news: Alexandre Lacazette slammed by Match of the Day pundit after Tottenham loss

Arsenal news: Alexandre Lacazette slammed by Match of the Day pundit after Tottenham loss

Arsene Wenger gave club-record signing Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang the nod over Lacazette, but he made little impact for Arsenal. Lacazette was forced to wait until the 65th minute to come on as a substitute for Henrikh Mhitaryan. The Frenchman spurned...

 

Documentary inside Northampton mental health hospital explores self-harming among teenage girls

A BBC Two documentary is following the story of three girls inside a Northampton mental health hospital. "Girls on the Edge" premieres later this month and takes viewers inside the town's own Fitzroy House, at St Andrew's Hospital, for a...

 

Broadcast of Northamptonshire County Council public meetings ends due to spending control measures

Northamptonshire County Council's public meetings will not be broadcast live while spending limits are in place at the authority. Under the terms of the Section 114 notice issued last week, the council cannot spend money on any services other than its...

 

10 common plants and flowers that are dangerous to pets

The nation’s pet owners are being warned about the hidden dangers of common plants and flowers that may deal fatal blows to furry companions. The garden experts at BillyOh.com have warned that whilst flowers such as lilies, tulips and azaleas may look...

 

The weirdest job interview ever? Apply now to be a Thorpe Park Walking Dead ‘scarer’

Interviews are already under way for an unusual ‘meet-and-greet’ position – as a zombie scarer at Thorpe Park. After a more conventional face-to-face interview, applicants donned creepy head-to-toe zombie costumes, before undergoing a one-hour session...

 

Argos launch knock-off Princess Eugenie engagement ring at fraction of the cost

If your other half dreams of a wedding fit for a princess then the latest addition to the Argos catalogue looks set to make any budget conscious bride-to-be say yes. The Revere 18ct Rose Gold Plated Silver Morganite Colour CZ Ring from Argos has taken...

 

10 common plants and flowers that are dangerous to pets

The nation’s pet owners are being warned about the hidden dangers of common plants and flowers that may deal fatal blows to furry companions. The garden experts at BillyOh.com have warned that whilst flowers such as lilies, tulips and azaleas may look...

 

The weirdest job interview ever? Apply now to be a Thorpe Park Walking Dead ‘scarer’

Interviews are already under way for an unusual ‘meet-and-greet’ position – as a zombie scarer at Thorpe Park. After a more conventional face-to-face interview, applicants donned creepy head-to-toe zombie costumes, before undergoing a one-hour session...

 

Argos launch knock-off Princess Eugenie engagement ring at fraction of the cost

If your other half dreams of a wedding fit for a princess then the latest addition to the Argos catalogue looks set to make any budget conscious bride-to-be say yes. The Revere 18ct Rose Gold Plated Silver Morganite Colour CZ Ring from Argos has taken...

 
Jamie Redknapp hails midfield star as the BEST passer in Premier League history

Jamie Redknapp hails midfield star as the BEST passer in Premier League history

That's according to former Liverpool captain Jamie Redknapp. The Belgian played the starring role as City tore Leicester to shreds in another stunning display yesterday. De Bruyne picked up a hat-trick of assists in the 5-1 win which leaves Pep...

Daily Star, 07:00 in Sport
 

Drink driver FIVE times over limit swerved into path of Sutton cop car

A drink driver who was more than five times over the limit when he swerved into the path of an oncoming police car in Sutton, has been spared a jail sentence. The officer managed to avoid colliding with Nicusor Tidose’s Fiat Punto, on Priestic Road,...

 

WEEKEND WEB: Guardian letters

Your views on buses, education and gambling... plus Thought for the Week People in the villages will be stranded After reading about the 505 bus route (‘Question mark for future of 505 trips’, February 1 Spalding Guardian) I can’t understand why they...

 
Burnham-on-Crouch street light turned on after seven-year wait

Burnham-on-Crouch street light turned on after seven-year wait

Seven years of councils wrangling over who should pay to power a street light have ended thanks to a solar solution. The light, which was installed on Foundry Lane, Burnham-on-Crouch, was never turned on as the cost of connecting it was deemed too...

BBC, 07:15 in Regional
 

Saints only need a few tweaks, says scrum-half Reinach

Cobus Reinach believes Saints only need a 'tweak here and there' as they bid to bounce back from Friday's disappointing defeat at Bath. The black, green and gold were beaten 32-9 on their return to Aviva Premiership action. Saints had bossed the...

 


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