News archive from 13 February 2015, page 13

Neighbourhood watch: Harringay Ladder

Metro moves north to a cosmopolitan, community-minded area that’s going up in the world. By Andrea Dean Setting the scene If you’re wondering how the Harringay Ladder got its name, look at a map. North of Finsbury Park and south of Turnpike Lane, it’s...

Metro, 06:38 in Lifestyle
 
Greek Crisis: Merkel Offers Olive Branch

Greek Crisis: Merkel Offers Olive Branch

Germany has relaxed its fierce opposition to an easing of the bailout demands faced by Greece, though there are no signs a new deal is imminent. German Chancellor Angela Merkel offered an olive branch at a summit of EU leaders in Brussels after the...

 

Moves report: London’s the capital choice for singletons

It’s the season of love so where do all the singles live? asks Ginetta Vedrickas Looking for love? You’re in the right place according to Hamptons International which found the top places in the UK for single living are all in London. Research by the...

Metro, 06:38 in Lifestyle
 
Crewe Alexandra v Fleetwood Town: Let's carry on our momentum - Steve Davis

Crewe Alexandra v Fleetwood Town: Let's carry on our momentum - Steve Davis

STEVE Davis is looking for his side to carry on their momentum in tomorrow's game against Fleetwood Town (3pm). Crewe will be aiming for a hat-trick of wins for the second time this season when they entertain play-off chasing Fleetwood at Gresty...

 

BIG FEATURE: 'My father ruled the world of football'

"Who needs Sepp Blatter anyway?' The biggest story in the world of sport rages on, with the almost daily challenge to the controversial FIFA president. But a Lincolnshire woman in her 80s today reveals how different it was in a bygone era when...

 
West Ham striker Carlton Cole insists he has put bust up with Sam Allardyce behind him

West Ham striker Carlton Cole insists he has put bust up with Sam Allardyce behind him

Cole was on the verge of signing for FA Cup fifth round opponents West Brom on transfer deadline day - only to have the move called off when a deal for Tottenham's Emmanuel Adebayor collapsed. The former Chelsea striker then lost his cool with...

Daily Star, 06:44 in Sport
 
Tim Sherwood and Neil Lennon head shortlist to become new Aston Villa manager

Tim Sherwood and Neil Lennon head shortlist to become new Aston Villa manager

The Premier League strugglers are looking for a new boss after bringing the curtain down on Paul Lambert's three-year reign. The Scot was shown the door on Tuesday night after Villa slipped into the bottom three with the 2-0 defeat at Hull. Sherwood...

Daily Star, 06:44 in Sport
 
Waste facility contract leaves bad taste

Waste facility contract leaves bad taste

SCOTTISH Borders Council could be forced to pay £4.5 million and unspecified legal costs if it loses a civil action due to be heard at Edinburgh's Court of Session next month. It has been brought by London-based consultancy firm D & P Management...

 
A ‘Day for Change’ at Reston and Ayton schools

A ‘Day for Change’ at Reston and Ayton schools

Both Reston and Ayton Primary Schools took part part in the Unicef Day for Change last week. Children raised money for Unicef by creating a ‘money snake’ and having a ‘hat and wig’ day. This links in with what the children are learning about children...

 
Illicit cigarettes on the rise in Nottingham

Illicit cigarettes on the rise in Nottingham

A survey has revealed the increasing use of bootlegged, smuggled or counterfeit cigarettes in Nottingham. According to data released by market research firm MSIntelligence, 34 per cent of all cigarette packets in the city are either illegal or...

 
‘I love you forever’ – brave little Lewis leads funeral tributes to dad, 32

‘I love you forever’ – brave little Lewis leads funeral tributes to dad, 32

A BRAVE youngster stood up in front of hundreds of mourners to pay tribute to his dad when he said: "All the years we had together I will treasure all my life". Lewis Bradley, aged 12, read a heartfelt poem he had written to put his feelings...

 
'Completely drunk' A1 driver jailed

'Completely drunk' A1 driver jailed

A drink-driver was nearly four times the limit when he was caught in a Skoda Fabia on the A1. Artur Paczkzowski was swerving between lanes heading southbound and almost drove onto a grass verge on Friday, December 5, last year. The 41-year-old was...

 
Praise for Hartlepool and Stockton hospital staff under ‘unprecedented pressure’

Praise for Hartlepool and Stockton hospital staff under ‘unprecedented pressure’

A HOSPITAL trust says it has much to be proud of despite coming under unprecedented pressure. Managers for hospitals in Hartlepool and North Tees, in Stockton, say many areas have performed well in several months. They include keeping on top of...

 
SPY IN THE CAMP: Southampton defenders have been among stars of Swindon Town's season

SPY IN THE CAMP: Southampton defenders have been among stars of Swindon Town's season

After a 15-year absence, Swindon Town appear to be on course for a return to the Championship. Fan JOSEF SEYMOUR explains why, albeit with some surprise, it's been such a successful season so far. Q Swindon looked a confident, capable side when they...

 
Pancake Day 2015: Recipe for perfect pancakes

Pancake Day 2015: Recipe for perfect pancakes

200g/7oz plain flour 350-400ml/12-14fl oz milk, or half a pint of milk and half a pint of water for a lighter pancake Two large eggs, lightly whisked One tablespoon of vegetable oil Pinch of salt Vegetable oil for frying or butter Place the flour into...

 


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