News archive from 15 May 2018, page 33

Rogue trader jailed after impersonating well-known brand and inflating bills by up to 17 times going rate

A ROGUE trader has been jailed for more than a year after charging homeowners up to 17 times the going rate for roofing jobs. Terry Watson Rogers, 27, of Yarm Road, Darlington, traded as UK Everest Ltd but had no connection to the well-known national...

 

Commercial property: Another string to a farm’s bow spreads risk

Diversification is a key part of modern farming, with many landowners and farmers seeking to increase the yield from their acreage and buildings by expanding beyond crops and livestock. Fluctuating prices and changes to subsidies and environmental...

 

Gammon racism row: why people are arguing about gammon

People are currently arguing about whether “gammon” is a racial slur – welcome to politics in 2018. The term began as a tongue-in-cheek, catch-all phrase for a group of voters who think a certain way – namely, right-wing, anti-immigration and pro...

Scotsman, 10:11 in Politics
 

Doncaster brass band hit right note with contest success

A leading Doncaster brass band narrowly missed out on promotion - but hit the right note at one of the country's top musical contests. Hatfield Band were among dozens of bands from across the country taking part in Saturday's British Open Spring...

 

Rogue trader jailed after impersonating well-known brand and inflating bills by up to 17 times going rate

A ROGUE trader has been jailed for more than a year after charging homeowners up to 17 times the going rate for roofing jobs. Terry Watson Rogers, 27, of Yarm Road, Darlington, traded as UK Everest Ltd but had no connection to the well-known national...

 

Major rescue operation launched to help badly injured woman in Matlock Bath

A major rescue operation was launched on Monday evening after members of the public heard shouts for help from the bottom of High Tor in Matlock Bath. Derby Mountain Rescue Team and Buxton Mountain Rescue Team attended the scene, along with Derbyshire...

 

Mentally-ill woman is spared from custody after she assaulted a care worker

A woman with mental health issues has narrowly been spared from custody after she assaulted a staff member at a supported living centre. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard on Wednesday, May 9, how Laura Smedley, 22, of Chestnut Avenue, Glapwell,...

 

Rogue trader jailed after impersonating well-known brand and inflating bills by up to 17 times going rate

A ROGUE trader has been jailed for more than a year after charging homeowners up to 17 times the going rate for roofing jobs. Terry Watson Rogers, 27, of Yarm Road, Darlington, traded as UK Everest Ltd but had no connection to the well-known national...

 

Appeal to the public to help trace Northampton man

Police have issued the picture of a man they would like to speak to in connection with a number of offences. Officers are keen to locate the 47-year-old man - who they have chosen not to name - and are urging him or anyone who knows of his whereabouts...

 

Rogue trader jailed after impersonating well-known brand and inflating bills by up to 17 times going rate

A ROGUE trader has been jailed for more than a year after charging homeowners up to 17 times the going rate for roofing jobs. Terry Watson Rogers, 27, of Yarm Road, Darlington, traded as UK Everest Ltd but had no connection to the well-known national...

 
11 royal wedding traditions Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may follow – from the cake to the rings to wearing white

11 royal wedding traditions Prince Harry and Meghan Markle may follow – from the cake to the rings to...

Weddings are crammed full of traditions, from the bride wearing white to flowers being carried down the aisle to a traditional fruit wedding cake. But when a royal wedding comes along, there are even more traditions for the royal couple to consider....

Metro, 10:12 in Hot News
 

Amey told to stop moaning and fix Birmingham's pothole-ravaged streets

Birmingham's roads contractor has been ordered to sort out the city's pothole-ravaged streets after they were condemned as "unacceptable". The city council told Amey to stop moaning and get down to work after the firm tried and failed to rip...

 

Fresh Savannah Marshall keen to get back out - but only after her birthday celebrations

Savannah Marshall is keen to get back out as soon as possible after making light work of her opponent on her professional UK debut. The Hartlepool middleweight stopped Ester Konecna in the second round of their contest on Saturday night in Bolton. And...

 

Rogue trader jailed after impersonating well-known brand and inflating bills by up to 17 times going rate

A ROGUE trader has been jailed for more than a year after charging homeowners up to 17 times the going rate for roofing jobs. Terry Watson Rogers, 27, of Yarm Road, Darlington, traded as UK Everest Ltd but had no connection to the well-known national...

 
Everton to SACK Sam Allardyce this week: Marco Silva wanted despite possible legal battle

Everton to SACK Sam Allardyce this week: Marco Silva wanted despite possible legal battle

The Toffees’ hierarchy are understood to be on the verge of ending Allardye’s six-month reign after deciding a change is needed to put behind a bad season. Everton want former Watford boss Marco Silva to replace Allardyce. Toffees top brass will meet...

Daily Star, 10:14 in Sport
 


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