News archive from 13 March 2014, page 18

Sentenced for theft in Scunthorpe

Sentenced for theft in Scunthorpe

The following offender was dealt with at the Court Centre in Laneham Street, Scunthorpe, with North Lincolnshire magistrates hearing the matter and passing sentence: CHRISTOPHER HAMBLING, 47, of Burghley Road, Scunthorpe, was found guilty of theft. He...

 
Jarrow church celebrates 150 years of service

Jarrow church celebrates 150 years of service

A LANDMARK church anniversary was celebrated at a ceremony in South Tyneside. Grange Road Baptist Church, Jarrow, is this year marking 150 years of Christian ministry in the town, stretching back to 1864. A certificate was presented to the current...

 
Pledges made to give Kodak’s Morley factory staff full support

Pledges made to give Kodak’s Morley factory staff full support

Emergency meetings have been taking place to discuss plans to close Kodak's Morley factory with the loss of 200 jobs. The company announced last week it was to close the site in Howley Park Road Estate by late 2015, with the first jobs expected to go...

 
Extra jail time as paedophile admits abuse

Extra jail time as paedophile admits abuse

A paedophile has got extra time in jail after a boy victim found the courage to talk about abuse which happened more than 30 years ago. John Moss, now 49, was already in prison after abusing children in the Alfreton area over a 14-year period, ending...

 
New property for leisure company

New property for leisure company

A leisure firm is celebrating adding a new Derbyshire premises to its portfolio of properties. Peak Leisure Management (PLM),which runs the Cavendish, Baslow, and the George, Hathersage, is now to operate the Horsley Lodge Golf Club and Hotel, near...

 

Stoke-on-Trent prostitute rapist claimed sharing a cell with a smoker breached his human rights

Rapist Solomon Smith claimed his human rights had been violated after he was forced to share a cell with a smoker for a week. He argued it breached his privacy and damaged his health and took his case to court. But he didn't care about the rights or...

 
Veterans hope to save Harrogate RAF Association

Veterans hope to save Harrogate RAF Association

Harrogate's closure-threatened RAF Association could be saved by a team of gamers. The 100-strong association, which counts war heroes living in Australia and Spain among its membership, owns its Turret House premises on East Parade. A meeting was...

 
Can Liverpool FC bring an end to their Old Trafford misery with vital win?

Can Liverpool FC bring an end to their Old Trafford misery with vital win?

LIVERPOOL'S last six visits to Manchester United in all competitions have ended in defeat. But Old Trafford has been far less of a fortress for the champions this term and, with David Moyes's men a full eleven points adrift of the Reds in sixth,...

 
Hull FC coach Lee Radford delighted by selection headaches' for Castleford Tigers clash

Hull FC coach Lee Radford delighted by "selection headaches' for Castleford Tigers clash

LEE Radford believes the competition for places at Hull FC and the attitude of his players currently out of the team will only make them stronger this year. While Jason Crookes and Tom Lineham's long-term injuries have left Radford short on options on...

 
Hull man Alan Stanley scared to return home after being attacked in row over loud music

Hull man Alan Stanley scared to return home after being attacked in row over loud music

A MAN brutally attacked by a gang of four thugs in his own home could be forced to live on the streets. Alan Stanley, 24, overcame heroin addiction to get his life back on track, moving into a council flat in east Hull. A gang of men burst into his...

 
Editor’s Comment: More care should have been taken to conceal dead body

Editor’s Comment: More care should have been taken to conceal dead body

The story of the woman who was found dead in the canal at Rhodesia is a tragic and disturbing one. Tragic that the poor woman lost her life, and disturbing that her body was left on the side of the canal - albeit covered in a sheet - in view of the...

 

£10m bid is biggest ever at leading venue

Details of the biggest ever single investment at the Great Yorkshire Showground can be revealed today as the show's organisers press ahead with plans to enhance the site's contribution to the local economy by attracting new events. The Harrogate...

 

Japan puts two reactors on shortlist for restart screening

No timing for a potential restart was decided and the next stage of checks incorporates a period of public hearings, which may be a fraught process given widespread scepticism nationally about a return to nuclear power. Two days after the third...

 

Trinity Mirror says revenue trend improving as profit rises

It also said 2014 started in line with expectations, with revenue declines in the first two months of 3 percent and continued strong growth in publishing digital revenues. (Reporting by Paul Sandle; editing by Kate Holton)

Reuters, 07:36 in Business
 
Monks community get a piece of the auction

Monks community get a piece of the auction

A community of monks in Mirfield is gearing up for a fundraising auction this month. The Community of the Resurrection in Stocks Bank Road will hold its latest auction on March 29 to help raise funds to make improvements to its quarry theatre. There...

 


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