News archive from 15 May 2018, page 25

20-year-old stabbed and one arrested after large group with weapons fight in Brownsover

A 20-year-old man was stabbed yesterday evening as a large group with weapons fought on Hollowell Way. At 7.13pm on Monday, May 14, police were called to the incident. The 20-year-old man suffered a stab wound to his abdomen and is in a stable...

 

Man assaulted his ex during a row about the breakdown of their relationship

A man assaulted his former partner after they had been arguing about the breakdown of their relationship, the sale of their home and who was keeping what possessions. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Thursday, May 3, how Michael Haeth, 32, of...

 
How social media affects mental health in young people

How social media affects mental health in young people

Jeremy Hunt has recently warned companies like Facebook and Google that they face new laws relating to social media and young people, because social media exposes children to ‘harm’. But is it really as simple as that? If there’s one person who knows...

Metro, 09:03 in Lifestyle
 
Billionaire Christopher Chandler denies spy claims

Billionaire Christopher Chandler denies spy claims

A billionaire accused in parliament of having links to Moscow intelligence has said that he is not a spy, does not speak Russian and is the victim of a sustained and mysterious campaign of “innuendo.” In an interview with the Guardian, the New...

 
Who is going to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle as she marries Prince Harry ?

Who is going to walk Meghan Markle down the aisle as she marries Prince Harry ?

Thomas Markle was due to walk his daughter Meghan down the aisle as she marries Prince Harry at Windsor Castle on Saturday. But amid speculation he will not now be by her side as she walks into St George’s Chapel, questions have turned to who will...

Metro, 09:05 in Hot News
 

IN PICTURES: Ravenscliffe pupils launch fundraising campaign with spectacular show

PHOTO GALLERY: Ravenscliffe students shine on stage More than 120 young people with special needs performed on stage at the Victoria Theatre as they launched Ravenscliffe School’s ‘Sound as a Pound’ fundraising appeal. An audience of 1,100 people...

 

New jobs at company thanks to £75k funding

Council Leader Rob Waltham has welcomed the creation of five new jobs after expansion at a North Lincolnshire business. New Holland Extraction Ltd – a specialist in the production of niche market seed oils by cold pressing and solvent extraction – has...

 

Mum launches new children’s market business

An Isle mum passionate about helping parents bag a bargain has set up a new business hosting children’s pop-up markets. Baby Dinosaurs markets are a one stop shop for pre-loved baby and children’s toys, clothes and equipment all under one roof. Mum of...

 

Director Bill Forsyth confirmed in Edinburgh International Film Festival line-up

Organisers of the Edinburgh International Film Festival have announced that the return of celebrated director Bill Forsyth, documentaries about tragic pop star Whitney Houston and controversial Tour de France star David Millar and a long-awaited film...

Scotsman, 09:06 in Politics
 

World Cup 2018 England squad announcement: The 23 men Gareth Southgate should choose

The ideal England squad according to stats   BOOKIES Bwin have done a statistical analysis to work out who should be in the England squad (numbers are their statistical rating). 1 / 23 REUTERS GK: Jack Butland (Stoke) - 2.34 “Jack Wilshere, Harry...

Daily Star, 09:08 in Sport
 
Holt Lodge hosts fundraiser for hurricane hit island of Dominica

Holt Lodge hosts fundraiser for hurricane hit island of Dominica

Stars gathered to help raise £6,000 for the hurricane battered Island of Dominica at Holt Lodge. Guests were entertained by TV chef and celebrity Ainsley Harriott, who now has a home in Chester, and Danny John Jules, star of TV’s Murder in Paradise...

 
Dundee United keen on former Hamilton defender Ziggy Gordon

Dundee United keen on former Hamilton defender Ziggy Gordon

Dundee United could bring Ziggy Gordon back home to Scotland as they prepare to rebuild their squad. Manager Csaba Laszlo started his big clearout on Saturday, just a day after the Tangerines crashed out of the Premiership play-off semi-finals to...

The Courier, 09:11 in Sport
 
Arbroath boss Dick Campbell reveals list of players who will be leaving Gayfield

Arbroath boss Dick Campbell reveals list of players who will be leaving Gayfield

Arbroath boss Dick Campbell has revealed the list of players he has decided to release. Strikers Josh Skelly and Leighton McIntosh, goalies David Hutton and Ricky Gomes along with midfielder Ryan McCord will all be leaving Gayfield. The Red Lichties...

The Courier, 09:11 in Sport
 
World-renowned choreographer to work with Dundee’s Natasha McKay

World-renowned choreographer to work with Dundee’s Natasha McKay

Dundee’s rising figure skating star Natasha McKay will be working with a world-renowned choreographer ahead of the new season. Benoit Richaud will be coming to Tayside to help put together a fresh programme for the two-time British champion. Richaud...

The Courier, 09:11 in Sport
 
Neil McCann won’t change his ‘aggressive’ approach to management at Dundee

Neil McCann won’t change his ‘aggressive’ approach to management at Dundee

Neil McCann won’t change his “aggressive” approach to management. But the Dundee boss will learn from mistakes he has made over the course of the season. McCann believes he will be a better manager at the start of the next campaign than he was at the...

The Courier, 09:11 in Sport
 


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