News archive from 12 July 2017, page 10

Huge ship is plain sailing for South Shields boffins

Maritime experts in South Tyneside played a key part in getting Brtain’s new aircraft carrier safely to sea. The team from South Shields Marine School spent five years involved in the programme which supported the building of HMS Queen Elizabeth. The...

 

Mountain if a task lined up in honour of cycling club’s friend

A cyclist from South Tyneside will tackle a mountain stage of the Tour de France in the name of his friend put in a coma by a one-punch attack. Retired fire officer Barry Marshall will take on the L’Etape du Tour - which is being run on the stage 18...

 
Thomas Muller to Man Utd: James Rodriguez move could pave the way for Bayern transfer

Thomas Muller to Man Utd: James Rodriguez move could pave the way for Bayern transfer

Manchester United are currently enforcing their transfer plans after already signing Romelu Lukaku and Victor Lindelof.  The Red Devils are determined to build a squad capable of challenging for the Premier League title, with United yet to win the...

 
Tiemoue Bakayoko to Man Utd: Chelsea target hints he fancies move, deletes tweet

Tiemoue Bakayoko to Man Utd: Chelsea target hints he fancies move, deletes tweet

The Monaco star enjoyed a remarkable 2016/17 campaign as Leonardo Jardim’s men won Ligue 1 and reached the Champions League semi-finals. And he’s since been heavily linked with a big-money switch to join Antonio Conte’s Premier League title-winning...

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Netballers cry foul over court refusal

Netball players have been told they can’t pay to play indoors at Blackpool Sports Centre because cash has been splashed on six outside courts – despite concern over their safety in poor weather. The council has spent thousands of pounds of anti-slip...

 

‘I put club before family or personal interests’

Chairman Owen Oyston’s court documents show how he pumped cash into Blackpool FC to save it in 1980s Yesterday, we published the skeleton argument of Valeri Belokon’s legal case against the Oystons. Today we turn our attentions to Owen Oyston, the...

 
Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson wants to bookend season with Hampden visits

Motherwell boss Stephen Robinson wants to bookend season with Hampden visits

Motherwell kick off their season at Hampden this week — and manager Stephen Robinson would certainly love to end the campaign there. The Steelmen travel to face Queen’s Park in the opening game of the Betfred League Cup and the Well boss knows how...

 
Johanna Konta celebrates Wimbledon success with an early night

Johanna Konta celebrates Wimbledon success with an early night

Johanna Konta kept the dream of a golden British double alive last night by whacking her way into a semi-final showdown with Venus Williams – then celebrated with an early night in bed. Konta became the first British woman to make it into the last...

 

Trader shuts down Hanley shisha lounge - after being prosecuted for allowing customers to smoke

Businessman Ivan Zobair shutdown his city centre shisha lounge - after being taken to court for allowing customers to smoke in the venue. The 35-year-old opened Sky Lounge, in Hanley, after seeing the success of similar operations in Manchester and...

 
Hibs defender Efe Ambrose warned by boss Neil Lennon as defender goes AWOL

Hibs defender Efe Ambrose warned by boss Neil Lennon as defender goes AWOL

Hibs defender Efe Ambrose is in hot water with Neil Lennon after going AWOL. Ambrose was given an extended summer break but Lennon last night revealed he can’t get in touch with the Nigeria stopper. And Lennon has urged the ex-Celtic man to return to...

 

Grieving husband pays tribute to popular Fenton scooter enthusiast Jacky Owen, 49

Grieving Gary Owen has paid a touching tribute to his 'wonderful' wife as he prepares to say a final goodbye to the much-loved 49-year-old. Mourners will gather today for the funeral of scooter enthusiast Jacky Owen who died after being in collision...

 
Aberdeen star Ryan Christie raring to go with Dons but would have loved crack at Celtic

Aberdeen star Ryan Christie raring to go with Dons but would have loved crack at Celtic

Ryan Christie admits he’s gutted he won’t get the chance to prove himself against Celtic this season. And he insists it makes him even more determined to help Aberdeen secure showpiece matches in Europe. The 22-year-old was delighted to renew his loan...

 

Northampton neighbourhood to meet on last remaining green space ahead of plans to sell land to developer

A Northampton neighbourhood is meeting to voice their concerns over a borough council proposal to sell off their only stretch of green space. Around 1,600 square feet of land in Lancaster Way, off Towcester Road, Far Cotton, could be ripped up by...

 

Northampton pub boss introduces knife scanners after spate of violent crimes in the town

A pub landlord is hoping the recent introduction of knife scanners at his Northampton venue will catch on in order to make the town's nightlife safer. Boss of the Fiddlers in Wellingborough Road, Darren Knagg, has been scanning weekend punters a the...

 
Lock Celtic ace Moussa Dembele in for another season, urges Hoops hero Pat Bonner

Lock Celtic ace Moussa Dembele in for another season, urges Hoops hero Pat Bonner

Charlie Nicholas was 21 when he headed for the Parkhead exit – today Moussa Dembele gets the key of the door. But, while Celtic fans worry about the French starlet slamming it shut behind him this summer, Pat Bonner hopes Hoops chiefs can lock the...

 


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