News archive from 13 December 2018, page 11

The most valuable streets in every Sheffield postcode have been revealed

Research from Zoopla has revealed the most valuable streets in every Sheffield postcode, according to their average property value. 1. Regent Street, S1 Street value - 239,029 jpimedia Buy a Photo 2. Norfolk Road, S2 Street value - 359,844 jpimedia...

 
Nightmares, flashbacks and hallucinations: Meet the women living with PTSD

Nightmares, flashbacks and hallucinations: Meet the women living with PTSD

There’s a common misconception that PTSD only affects war veterans. Post traumatic stress disorder can affect all types of people, as a result of all sorts of traumatic experiences. I have lived with PTSD for a year now, and am currently in therapy....

Metro, 07:09 in Lifestyle
 

Camelot won’t pay Sheffield man’s £200,000 scratchcard jackpot after confirming ticket was altered

National Lottery operator Camelot has confirmed that it won’t be paying a Sheffield man who claims he won £200,000 on a scratchcard, after confirming that the ticket was altered. Eric Walker, 56, has been locked in a bitter dispute with Camelot after...

 
Liverpool news: Paul Merson reveals the ONE Reds player he would sign for Man Utd

Liverpool news: Paul Merson reveals the ONE Reds player he would sign for Man Utd

Liverpool have made their best start to a season in their history and remain unbeaten at the top of the table after 16 matches. The Red Devils on the other hand are in the midst of one of the their worst starts to a campaign in recent times and...

Daily Star, 07:10 in Sport
 
Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho risks player OUTRAGE with uncompromising Christmas demand

Man Utd boss Jose Mourinho risks player OUTRAGE with uncompromising Christmas demand

The Portuguese manager wants to put his struggling stars through their paces at 4pm in the afternoon. Unsurprisingly, Mourinho’s decision has not gone down well with the majority of his squad. United slumped to a 2-1 defeat in Valencia last night as...

Daily Star, 07:10 in Sport
 
Arsenal boss Unai Emery drops Mesut Ozil clue ahead of Europa League clash

Arsenal boss Unai Emery drops Mesut Ozil clue ahead of Europa League clash

The German playmaker has been out of action recently with back spasms but seems to be finally over the complaint. Ozil has not made an appearance in over a month, having missed three Premier League games in the process. But yesterday, Arsenal released...

Daily Star, 07:10 in Sport
 
Adams takes first place as Stratford youngsters shine

Adams takes first place as Stratford youngsters shine

ATHLETICS ALEX Adams won his age group race and Georgie Campbell and Tessa Parkin finished second in their events as Stratford AC youngsters again impressed in the West Midlands Junior Cross Country League. Racing on a relatively flat course at Perry...

 

Rail partnership group has achieved a lot in two years

Since the North Notts & Lincs Community Rail Partnership (NNLCRP) commenced in February 2017, it has achieved much without the benefit of an officer or money, writes Barry Coward. The community rail officer post, part-time and for less hours than...

 
Derek Mackay called ‘Greatest Showman’ for ‘smoke and mirrors’ council funding

Derek Mackay called ‘Greatest Showman’ for ‘smoke and mirrors’ council funding

A council boss has dubbed Derek Mackay the “Greatest Showman” for claiming town halls are winners in his Budget. The Finance Secretary hailed the real terms increase in funding for local authorities on Wednesday. But COSLA, the umbrella group for...

 
Glasgow Warriors ramped up for even faster game at Scotstoun

Glasgow Warriors ramped up for even faster game at Scotstoun

Given that the going is always good to firm for the thoroughbreds at Scotstoun, George Turner expects even more attacking play from the Glasgow Warriors as they seek to complete a 10-point job over Lyon in the Heineken Champions’ Cup. Buoyed by their...

The Courier, 07:15 in Sport
 

Possessive boyfriend shot Leeds girlfriend's cat with crossbow and dumped body in bin outside her home

A MAN killed his girlfriend's cat with a crossbow during a violent, abusive and controlling relationship. Stephen Gill shot the animal through the stomach and neck before dumping it in a bin outside the woman's home in Leeds. Gill was locked up for 31...

 
Mum adopts five children with Down’s syndrome after giving birth to her own

Mum adopts five children with Down’s syndrome after giving birth to her own

A mother who gave birth to a child with Down’s Syndrome has adopted five other kids with the condition. 51-year-old Leah Spring took the five children into her family over the space of five years, and felt perfectly placed to care for them after...

Metro, 07:17 in Lifestyle
 

Children play a part in helping homeless people in Chesterfield this Christmas

Children as young as two years old are learning the importance of charity in a drive to help the homeless, Fiona Boot, an Ofsted registered childminder, has launched an appeal for clothing, toiletries and bedding which will be delivered to new night...

 
Victorian schools could lose billions as state-federal negotiations break down

Victorian schools could lose billions as state-federal negotiations break down

Victorian schools could lose billions of dollars next year because the state and federal governments cannot come to an agreement on a long-term funding deal. Negotiations between Daniel Andrews’ newly elected government and the commonwealth have...

 

Man still wanted over rape of woman in Sheffield

Detectives investigating a rape in Sheffield are still trying to trace a man wanted for questioning over the sex attack. Last week they issued a CCTV image of a man they believe could hold vital information about the rape, but he has not yet been...

 


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