News archive from 13 January 2019, page 4

Unions vow to sue NHS if more porters injured while handling hazardous clinical waste

Unions vow to sue NHS if more porters injured while handling hazardous clinical waste

Unions have vowed to sue the NHS if more porters are injured handling hazardous clinical waste. The Sunday Mail has obtained pictures of the material porters are handling – including a six-inch needle said to have burst from a bag injuring one of the...

 
Andy Murray fans to miss star's 'farewell match' after BBC's TV blackout

Andy Murray fans to miss star's 'farewell match' after BBC's TV blackout

Millions of Andy Murray fans will miss seeing what could be the star’s farewell to tennis – because the game won’t be shown on the BBC. Only subscribers to Eurosport or Amazon Prime will be able to watch his first-round match at the Australian Open,...

 
Schools crisis as teachers face shocking surge in classroom assaults by violent pupils

Schools crisis as teachers face shocking surge in classroom assaults by violent pupils

Teachers have faced a shocking rise in ­classroom assaults by violent pupils, the ­Sunday Mail can reveal. Alarming figures show they have been targeted in 16,000 attacks over the last three years. The number rose by almost 10 per cent last year and...

 

VIDEO: Shocking moment van smashes into Sheffield jewellers in attempted ram raid

This is the shocking moment a van smashed into the window of a Sheffield jewellers in an attempted ram raid.   Police today released CCTV footage showing the unsuccessful smash-and-grab at The Chapel Jewellers on London Road in Heeley. A woman can be...

 

Man seriously injured in suspected assault in Doncaster

A man has been seriously injured in what police believe was an assault in Doncaster. The 30-year-old attended Bentley Ambulance station on Wednesday evening, at around 7.20pm, with serious wounds to his head and arm. He was taken to Doncaster Royal...

 

Woman must pay over £500 after she was caught illegally fishing in the Peak District

A woman who was spotted fishing illegally in Ashford-in-the-Water has been ordered to pay £569 in fines, charges and costs. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on January 9 how Jamie Price, 21, was seen by the river keeper at Ashford-in-the-Water...

 

Sheffield terrorist sent money to brother fighting in Syria and distributed ‘breathtaking’ quantity of...

A Sheffield dental student who described himself as an ‘ISIS bro’ and sent money to his brother who is fighting in Syria has been jailed for eight years. Abdulrahman Kaabar, 24, of Martin Street, Upperthorpe, was jailed for a total of 17 terrorism...

 

COLUMN: Tackle classroom disruption by creating the right culture and getting the teaching right

A recent survey of teachers showed that behaviour in class is driving many of them away from the profession because they’re fed up with not being able to do their job without disruption, writes Mark Cottingham, principal of Shirebrook School. This...

 
Brexit: 'Basic questions unanswered' on Swiss trade deal

Brexit: 'Basic questions unanswered' on Swiss trade deal

The government must clarify the UK's future relationship with Switzerland and up to 70 non-EU countries after Brexit, a Commons committee has said. Last month, International Trade Secretary Liam Fox announced a deal to allow British and Swiss...

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Birmingham City rival makes an admission as boss has his say on Leeds United scandal

Middlesbrough defender Dani Ayala admitted he was "relieved" when a controversial penalty claim went in his favour in the victory over Birmingham City. Blues thought they should have had a spot-kick when Che Adams went down under a challenge...

 
'It's ruining people's lives': federal workers count cost of shutdown

'It's ruining people's lives': federal workers count cost of shutdown

As the longest government shutdown in US historyenters a fourth week with no resolution in sight, Jared Hautamaki considers himself relatively fortunate. The Home Depot where he already worked several shifts a week agreed to employ him full-time while...

 
Danny Lim's supporters surround Sydney police station to protest against arrest

Danny Lim's supporters surround Sydney police station to protest against arrest

More than 150 people have surrounded a Sydney police station to protest against the treatment of sandwich board activist Danny Lim after footage of him being arrested sent social media into a frenzy. The cult Sydney figure is now considering legal...

 
We went to Nuneaton's night shelter - this is what we saw

We went to Nuneaton's night shelter - this is what we saw

It's 6.40pm and cold. Not quite freezing but enough to make me pull my jacket tighter around me.  The short drive to the Salvation Army HQ had given me butterflies. And not the nice ones. I was nervous going along, I admit. Even my mum said ‘please be...

 

Real Schools Guide: Coventry's top five primary schools revealed

The 2019 Real Schools Guide has revealed Coventry's top primary schools.      The comprehensive new guide includes details on all of Coventry and Warwickshire's primary schools. You can also use CoventryLive's online tool to see how your primary...

 
15 reasons to be proud you're from Grimsby

15 reasons to be proud you're from Grimsby

Grimsby gets a lot of stick, but it isn't anywhere near as bad as people make out. You've got to be from somewhere, so why not be from Grimsby? It seems some people - some social media users especially - enjoy mocking others for their appearance,...

 


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