News archive from 13 November 2014, page 12

Talented teen snapper is in the frame for a prize

Talented teen snapper is in the frame for a prize

A TALENTED young photographer has put himself in the frame for national success after reaching the final stages of a top competition. Adam Gofton, 16, from Seaton Carew, has been shortlisted in the final stages of the EEF/Lombard ‘Make it Britain’...

 

Hammond: Foreign aid pledge bizarre

Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond has dismissed a move to enshrine in law the UK's commitment to spend 0.7% of national wealth on foreign aid as "bizarre". Mr Hammond said legislation - which was promised in the Conservative general election...

 
Isle plans submitted to council

Isle plans submitted to council

The following Isle planning applications have been received by North Lincolnshire Council: GRAIZELOUND: planning permission for the construction of a grain store at Bridge Farm, Station Road, by Mr Andrew Largent, L Harrison & Co (Eastoft) Ltd,...

 

Drink charge pilot faces court

A pilot is due in court after being arrested over concerns he had been drinking alcohol. Ian Jennings, 47, from Gale Moor Avenue, Gosport, Hampshire, was arrested at Norwich Airport last month after landing a commercial chartered plane. He has been...

 
Historic Bourne slide show tonight at Bourne Abbey Church hall

Historic Bourne slide show tonight at Bourne Abbey Church hall

Friends of Butterfield will present a slide show about Bourne tonight at 7.30pm at Bourne Abbey Church hall. Tickets for Historic Bourne by Michael McGregor cost £5 with all proceeds used to help users of the Butterfield Centre. Tickets from The...

 

VIDEO: Enjoy a free winter warmer hot drink in Wath

Sit down and have a nice relaxing cup of coffee - all for free. The South Yorkshire Times has teamed up with Montgomery Hall in Wath to offer our loyal readers a cup of coffee absolutely free. All you have to do is cut out the coupon on this page and...

 

Drink charge pilot faces court

A pilot is due in court after being arrested over concerns he had been drinking alcohol. Ian Jennings, 47, from Gale Moor Avenue, Gosport, Hampshire, was arrested at Norwich Airport last month after landing a commercial chartered plane. He has been...

 
Leeds is ahead of the game in keeping active

Leeds is ahead of the game in keeping active

leeds is the most active area of the country outside London, new figures have shown. Only one in five city residents are physically inactive, according to a survey by health body Ukactive. That’s an improvement from the previous year, when 27 per cent...

 
57,000 premises in Lincolnshire connected to superfast broadband

57,000 premises in Lincolnshire connected to superfast broadband

More than 57,000 premises in Lincolnshire have now reportedly got access to superfast broadband. The Government's rollout of superfast broadband has passed more than 1.5 million premises and is now said to be reaching more than 40,000 additional homes...

 
‘Forty-plus children have lived with us’

‘Forty-plus children have lived with us’

Spalding area foster parents Donna and Lee don’t need to imagine that scenario because it’s been a part of their lives for the last 13 years as they have looked after 40-plus children. They have spoken about the rewards of fostering as Lincolnshire...

 

India agrees with U.S. on food stockpiling, clears way for WTO deal

The proposals will be reviewed by the World Trade Organization's General Council, she added, expressing the hope that approval would clear the way for India to sign a protocol enabling implementation of the trade accord. (Reporting by Manoj Kumar;...

Reuters, 06:18 in Business
 
Distorted views of mental illness, psychopathy and the law

Distorted views of mental illness, psychopathy and the law

How clever of Juliette Jowit to pinpoint the error in the thinking of all us NHS and social care professionals beavering away in the psychosocial approaches to “mental illness” all these decades (The NHS can no longer act as if minds don’t matter, 10...

Guardian, 06:20 in Health
 
Americans are out of step with walking for pleasure

Americans are out of step with walking for pleasure

Well done, Ben Okri. Reading your piece (King for a day: My reign will be a walk in the park, 8 November) I felt like I was listening to myself. The pleasures of walking are greater than in any other form of activity – whether brisk walking to get to...

Guardian, 06:20 in Health
 
Small wonders of the railway age

Small wonders of the railway age

How Sheffield's O Gauge Group open day at the weekend showed off the club's model railway layouts to friends, relatives and the public It was a heart-stopping moment,” said Mike Gibbs, recalling his fateful day in Poulton le Fylde signal box as a...

 
Council rejects sex shop application

Council rejects sex shop application

An application for a sex entertainment licence for a shop in Chesterfield Road was rejected this week after pressure from the local community. A council licensing committee decided that premises called The Naughty Company, near Valley Road, would be...

 


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