News archive from 11 November 2019

Carer angry over tombola prize mix up 'counselled for behaviour' as resident speaks out

Carer angry over tombola prize mix up 'counselled for behaviour' as resident speaks out

A resident of Redwood Glades in Leads Road says she is "living in fear" following an angry outburst over a mixed up tombola prize. The woman, who does not want to be named, has shared meeting minutes from September which set out a number of...

 
Family 'angry and frustrated' as CCTV cameras can't catch yobs because it's too dark

Family 'angry and frustrated' as CCTV cameras can't catch yobs because it's too dark

A woman has been left “angry and frustrated” at continued antisocial behaviour from yobs outside her west Hull home - and it has been made worse after police security cameras failed to catch the culprits. Hull Live has recently reported the horrendous...

 
7 answers to the biggest questions surrounding the £200m Yorkshire Energy Park

7 answers to the biggest questions surrounding the £200m Yorkshire Energy Park

It has been billed as the region's biggest potential development scheme since the Green Port Hull project paved the way for the Siemens Gamesa offshore wind factory at Alexandra Dock. But the fate of the £200m Yorkshire Energy Park (YEP) at the former...

 
'It's mindblowing': historic wins for two Somali-Americans amid ugly smears

'It's mindblowing': historic wins for two Somali-Americans amid ugly smears

When 23-year-old Safiya Khalid was elected to the city council of Lewiston, Maine last week she nabbed a collection of “firsts” – youngest person ever elected to the council, and its first Somali-American – but the race for her had always been about...

 
When is the first day of winter 2019?

When is the first day of winter 2019?

To quote what is now one of the most well-known lines in television history: Winter is coming. The nights are getting longer and the weather has certainly got colder which can only mean that winter is on its way. As we prep our Christmas party...

Metro, 05:10 in Hot News
 

Staggering photos showcase natural splendour of Bradgate Park

These stunning pictures show the magnificence of Bradgate Park as autumn's orange and brown hues sweep across the green space. Depicting the changing seasons at this time of the year at Bradgate Park, these pictures show the range of wildlife and...

 
'I'm not hanging around' - Man who carried out vicious assault walks out of court before sentencing

'I'm not hanging around' - Man who carried out vicious assault walks out of court before sentencing

A man who carried out a vicious assault told officials to send him his sentence in the post before walking out of court, magistrates heard. Tarot Keaveny from Tattershall pleaded guilty to assaulting Jason Backhouse by beating on May 10, when he...

 
Late night trip to club could see site manager lose his job

Late night trip to club could see site manager lose his job

A site manager got more than he bargained for when he decided to take his car home after a visit to a nightclub. Nicolas Gill, 48, had spent a pleasant day watching the Rugby World Cup and having lunch with his daughter. But it all went wrong when he...

 
In the courts of Lincolnshire

In the courts of Lincolnshire

The following cases have been heard at magistrates courts in Lincolnshire: Daniel Tidswell, 31, of Whyburn Close, Spalding, pleaded guilty to driving without due care and attention. He was fined £302, ordered to pay a surcharge to fund victim services...

 

Grenfell tragedy must help us to learn and improve - Andrew Brown

There has, understandably, been a lot of commentary since the first report of the Grenfell inquiry was published. Unusually the inquiry has not followed a chronological order – starting with the construction of the tower, going on to the building...

Scotsman, 05:53 in Business
 

Scottish healthtechs key to developing care of the future - Nick Freer

The latest EICC Live event at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, hosted by the EICC and Edinburgh BioQuarter under a recently announced partnership, featured an industry panel considering one of society’s great issues of the early 21st...

Scotsman, 05:53 in Business
 

Is it time for a Brexit rebrand? - Hugh Lightbody

When it comes to tackling the Brexit conundrum as a business, the best form of defence is a good offence, writes Business Gateway chief officer Hugh Lightbody. You would be hard pushed not to have heard about Brexit over the last three years. In fact,...

Scotsman, 05:53 in Business
 

Extra tram services announced for Christmas period

TRAM passengers will get a festive boost this Christmas with services set to run later into the night. From Saturday, November 23 until Sunday, December 22, Metrolink’s busiest lines will run a six-minute service for up to two-and-a-half extra hours...

 

Labour voters face huge dilemma over Corbyn in General Election - Jayne Dowle

If proof was needed once again that this is no ordinary General Election, several leading former Labour MPs are now urging the electorate to vote Tory instead. Like many natural Labour voters – I hesitate to say ‘traditional’ because this word has...

 

How Remembrance plays a significant role in keeping war stories alive across generations - The Yorkshire...

With each passing year, the importance of Remembrance becomes only more apparent. As more war stories from a generation that lived through the horrors of global conflict in a past getting ever more distant are lost to the grips of time, stopping to...

 


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