News archive from 14 April 2014, page 13

Council gives thumbs up to new local plan

Council gives thumbs up to new local plan

Councillors voted in favour of publishing a revised version of the controversial High Peak Local Plan at a highly charged meeting in Buxton. As previously reported, the authority voted against publishing a previous version of the long-awaited document...

 
Residents have say on stadium plans

Residents have say on stadium plans

Residents were given the chance to have their say on plans for a new £135m Castleford Tigers stadium and retail development at consultation events last week. Lateral Property Group wants to build the stadium, a food store, petrol station,...

 
Overend’s Morley - Helping hands at library 1965

Overend’s Morley - Helping hands at library 1965

This week's picture shows helping hands at Morley Library in November 1965. It is just one of many thousand of pictures taken by celebrated Morley photographer Leslie Overend who captured the town’s people at work and play for many years. More of...

 
Stoke City 1, Newcastle United 0: Marko Arnautovic has been a diamond, says Mark Hughes

Stoke City 1, Newcastle United 0: Marko Arnautovic has been a diamond, says Mark Hughes

MARK Hughes says Marko Arnautovic has been a pussycat compared to some of the controversial characters he's dealt with in the past. He says 'Arnie' - the star of the show in Saturday's 1-0 win over Newcastle - has been "as good as gold"...

 
Homes plan for old pigeon club land

Homes plan for old pigeon club land

A former Pigeon Fanciers Club looks set to be demolished to make way for new homes. Proposals have been lodged with Blackpool Council seeking planning permission for two detached houses on the site adjacent to the Stanley Conservative Club, on Common...

 
Barbara Bingham was Clitheroe Girls’ Grammar School

Barbara Bingham was Clitheroe Girls’ Grammar School

Following the excellent tribute to Miss Barbara Bingham, I would like to add a few words of my own. Barbara and I enjoyed almost 20 years of happy co-operation at the two Clitheroe Grammar Schools, which proved valuable to us both. In the early years...

 

Household recycling centres to be closed for £650k revamp

North Lincolnshire's eight household recycling centres will each undergo a major revamp, costing a total of £650,000. Each will be closed at different times between April 23 and October 6 while the work is done. CCTV will be installed with automatic...

 

China targets trust firms in shadow-bank crackdown - sources

Trust companies are non-bank lenders that raise funds by selling high-yielding investments known as wealth management products (WMPs) and use the proceeds to fund loans to risky borrowers such as property developers, local governments and others to...

Reuters, 07:29 in Business
 

San Leon scraps Alpay takeover after delays, weak lira

The company also said that reduced production potential of Alpay Energy's Hamman-1 well and a loss in customer numbers had also contributed to its decision not to proceed with the deal. Deals in Poland, such as the company's arrangement with U.S. oil...

Reuters, 07:29 in Business
 
Council gives thumbs up to new local plan

Council gives thumbs up to new local plan

Councillors voted in favour of publishing a revised version of the controversial High Peak Local Plan at a highly charged meeting in Buxton. As previously reported, the authority voted against publishing a previous version of the long-awaited document...

 
New era for Nottingham's 999 services - fire and police on the move

New era for Nottingham's 999 services - fire and police on the move

NOTTINGHAM'S Central Fire Station is set to be closed down and moved across the city into a new state-of-the-art building. And Notts Police could also be on the move from the adjacent Central Police Station to Byron House, in Maid Marian Way, sharing...

 

WEATHER: Bright sunny day ahead with some cloudy spells throughout

Today's Lincolnshire weather forecast will see a dry and sunny spring day ahead with highs of 13 degrees. Patches of cloud may develop at times, but winds will die down throughout the day. The night may draw in some frost in areas with the temperature...

 

Nottingham petrol prices: Where is the cheapest place for unleaded and diesel?

The five cheapest places to fill up within ten miles of Nottingham city centre: Unleaded 1. Asda, Loughborough Road, West Bridgford, 126.7p 2. Asda, Radford Road, Hyson Green, 126.7p 3. Sainsbury's, Castle Bridge Road, Castle Boulevard, 126.9p. 4....

 
Glynn is buried with pet's ashes

Glynn is buried with pet's ashes

A FORMER Notts miner and champion dog breeder has been buried with the ashes of his favourite animal. Glynn Anthony always said to his wife Jill that when he died he wanted to be buried with his favourite pointer, Blaze. Jill, of Smeeton Street,...

 

Baby-killing mum to be sentenced

A MUM will be sentenced next month after she drowned her baby daughter, then dumped the body on wasteland at the back of her home. Amy Black, of Bestwood Park, admitted infanticide last month after killing her seven-month-old daughter, Zoe. She will...

 


News Widget for Webmasters


Realtime News

 

«
»
Mo Tu We Th Fr Sa Su
  1 2 3 4 5 6
7 8 9 10 11 12 13
14 15 16 17 18 19 20
21 22 23 24 25 26 27
28 29 30