News archive from 14 November 2014, page 16

Comet gripes need a rocket

Comet gripes need a rocket

IF you want proof the years fly by, you need look no further than the fact we marked the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall this week. A quarter of a century and the events somehow simultaneously feel like a lifetime ago and yesterday....

 

Where is the cheapest petrol in Nottingham on Friday November 14?

1. Asda Hyson Green, Radford Road, 119.7p 2. Asda Nottingham, Loughborough Road, West Bridgford, 119.7p 3. Sainsbury's Castle Boulevard, Castle Bridge Road, 120.9p 4. Mpk Carrington, Hucknall Road, Carrington, 120.9p 5. Basford Express, Valley Road,...

 

Late chemists in Nottingham on Friday November 14

Arnold: M. N. Singh, 77 High Street, to 6.30pm; Sainsbury's, Nottingham Road, to 10pm; Asda, Front Street, to 11pm. Aspley: Queen's Pharmacy Centre, 403 Nuthall Road, to 11pm. Beeston and Lenton Abbey: Grewal, 38-40 Chilwell Road, to 7pm; Jardines,...

 

Your right to know

Carlton: Members of Gedling Borough Council will discuss the demolition of a pub and re-development of the site to create 38 new houses. It is proposed that the site of the Cavendish pub, on Cavendish Road, be turned into a development of eight...

 

Roadworks in Nottingham on Friday November 14

Bulwell: Lane restrictions and three-way temporary traffic lights outside 145 Cinderhill Road, at the junction with Leonard Street between 9.30am and 3.30pm on Monday. City centre: Lane restrictions on A610 Nuthall Road, until Sunday, from 8pm until...

 

Planning applications in Nottingham on Friday November 14

Nottingham: Conversion of first to third floor offices to C3 dwellings (45 apartments) at Maid Marian House, 52 Maid Marian Way. 14/02704/PACPD Nottingham: Remove large central branch of beech and minor pruning at 29 Richmond Drive. 14/02677/PWC...

 
Rangers hate figure Brian Stockbridge holds brazen bar-room talks with Mike Ashley's right-hand men at Scotland team hotel

Rangers hate figure Brian Stockbridge holds brazen bar-room talks with Mike Ashley's right-hand men at...

TWO of new Rangers tycoon Mike Ashley’s right-hand men held bar-room talks with the club’s hated former director Brian Stockbridge at Scotland’s team hotel, the Record can reveal. Video footage shows Ashley’s trusted allies Derek Llambias and Barry...

 
Send us your Children In Need pictures and videos

Send us your Children In Need pictures and videos

Caring Dearne folk are preparing to go dotty for Children in Need this week, and we want you to see your fundraising events. We are looking for your pictures, videos and stories from the activities you’ve arranged to raise cash for the worthy cause....

 
Enjoy a night of music at Wath Montgomery Hall

Enjoy a night of music at Wath Montgomery Hall

Dearne residents are encouraged to put on their dancing shoes and attend a northern soul and motown night in Wath. The musical evening has proven popular in the past and is next held at Montgomery Hall on Friday, November 21, from 7pm.

 

The fair that saved rides from the scrapheap

The director of the Landmark Trust (Gormley commemorates Landmark Trust on a human scale, 7 November) is probably mistaken in thinking that the trust’s founder Sir John Smith was the only Conservative MP who was also a member of the union of...

 
Comedian Rich Hall to play Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre

Comedian Rich Hall to play Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre

Comedian Rich Hall is to play the Scunthorpe Plowright Theatre, in Laneham Street. The star of Stand Up For The Week (Channel 4), QI (BBC1/2), Live At The Apollo (BBC1), Have I Got News For You (BBC1) and Never Mind The Buzzcocks (BBC2) will visit the...

 
Deeside frozen food firm to create 90 new jobs

Deeside frozen food firm to create 90 new jobs

A frozen food firm is creating 90 new jobs in a £4.2m expansion fuelled by demand for meals from Aldi and Iceland. KK Fine Foods, on Deeside Enterprise Zone, is making its largest ever investment with support from the Welsh Government and Finance...

 
Compulsory Voting Could Stop Democracy 'Crisis'

Compulsory Voting Could Stop Democracy 'Crisis'

Britain is facing a democracy "crisis" and compulsory voting could be used to bring people back to the ballot box, the election watchdog has said. In a report into why fewer than one in five people are voting in some elections, the Political...

 

Buyer's report: The sky's the limit for Amy

One buyer discovered her dream home and bought it within two weeks, writes Ginetta Vedrickas Amy Jackson was living with her parents near Horsham, in West Sussex, and thought owning a home of her own was a distant dream. ‘I was lucky as they didn’t...

Metro, 06:58 in Lifestyle
 

Neighbourhood watch: Colindale

Metro moves north-west to a rapidly improving suburb emerging from the shadows. By Andrea Dean Setting the scene Colindale doesn’t exactly stand out from the crowd. Lying along Edgware Road and squeezed between Kingsbury, Burnt Oak and Hendon, even...

Metro, 06:58 in Lifestyle
 


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