News archive from 15 July 2018, page 3

Man Utd transfer news: Jose Mourinho set to green light sale after fee agreed for star

Man Utd transfer news: Jose Mourinho set to green light sale after fee agreed for star

Blind, 28 swapped the Amsterdam giants for Old Trafford four years ago in a £14m deal. He has made 141 appearances for United but only played seven Premier League matches last term for Jose Mourinho’s side. The Holland international now looks set to...

Daily Star, 05:33 in Sport
 

Suicidal mum who survived 40ft fall has a powerful message for EVERYONE

A mum left wheelchair-bound for life after falling from a 40ft building in an attempted suicide bid said the tragedy is what made her turn her life around. Emma Mullen suffered a mental breakdown in 2009 and fell into a deep depression. The...

 

Pony party time as two Walney riding groups join forces

Youngsters from the Furness Riding for the Disabled Association charity and Seaview Pony Club formed mixed teams for a competition evening held at Seaview Riding School. Both clubs ride at the Biggar Village stables and the inclusive event sees...

 

This is when the heatwave in Lincoln, Boston, Sleaford, Gainsborough, Spalding, Grantham and Skegness is...

Let’s be honest we have all forgotten what a normal British summer is actually like. The past few weeks of scorching sunshine without a single drop of rain has been nothing short of sensational. However, as the popular saying goes: ‘all good things...

 

Homeless man refuses to beg on the streets of Liverpool - this is how he makes his money and its brilliant

When the worst happened and Mark became homeless - he decided he wanted to do things his way. The 33-year-old has a similar story to many who end up on the streets. Relationship breakdown, loss of a job and then boom... homeless. Originally from...

 

The harrowing story 14yr old destined for Oxford - before being forced into marriage

At just 14 years old, an age when most girls harbour innocent boy band crushes and indulge in nothing more adventurous than sleep-overs with school friends, Hawaa Ayoub says she was dragged screaming to her own marriage. At just 14 years old, Hawaa, a...

 
Israel launches 'its most painful strike' on Hamas since 2014

Israel launches 'its most painful strike' on Hamas since 2014

The Israeli military carried out its largest airstrike campaign in Gaza since the 2014 war on Saturday, prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu said, as Hamas militants fired dozens of rockets into Israel after weeks of growing tensions. Two Palestinian...

 

Fury as dead twin's grave looted by 'low-life scum'

A devastated woman has hit out at “low-life scum” after thieves stole a precious ornament from her dead twin brother’s grave. Christopher Cooper, from Redditch, had “motorbikes running through his veins” - so much so that loving sister Patricia Hardy...

 

In the courts of Lincolnshire

The following cases have been heard at magistrates' courts in Lincolnshire: Rytis Eidrigevicius, 37, of 43 Haven Meadows, Boston, case proven for failing to give information relating to the identification of the driver of a vehicle. He was fined £660,...

 
Manny Pacquiao captures welterweight title with first knockout in nine years

Manny Pacquiao captures welterweight title with first knockout in nine years

Manny Pacquiao put on a dominant display to stun defending champion Lucas Matthysse with a seventh round knockout to claim the WBA welterweight title in Kuala Lumpur on Sunday. The 39-year-old Filipino boxing legend looked focused and busy from the...

 

What it's really like to have autism - Tyler, ten, has written a book called Invisible Me

Bright Tyler Inman looks set to change the world. Like many ten-year-olds, he dreams of space, time travel and being a scientist. The difference is Tyler has Asperger’s syndrome, a form of autism which causes sensory processing difficulties, meaning...

 

Has the heatwave turned your grass brown? The Dos and Don'ts to looking after your lawn

The soaring temperatures and hardly any rain has transformed many a lush, green lawn into an unattractive brown patch. While it may be tempting to reach for the hose, there's really little point. Don't panic, that green swath that was once the envy of...

 

Look inside the forgotten care home with family photos still in the rooms and six other abandoned buildings...

From the silent corridors of Nocton Hall to the neatly placed slippers at an empty care home - these pictures and videos of abandoned Lincolnshire buildings would strike most people as eerie. But for one urban explorer, these are the places where he...

 
Wayne Swan: unions can tap into wage worries to win votes for Labor

Wayne Swan: unions can tap into wage worries to win votes for Labor

Unions can tap into worries about flat wages and inequality to win votes at the next election, Labor’s new national president says. Wayne Swan will be at the Australian Council of Trade Unions national congress this week, where he will be talking...

 

A first for Lincolnshire - new technology is bringing a smile to dementia residents in Skegness

The faces of dementia residents living at a care home in Skegness have been lit up by brand new technology. The care facility has been designed to help those at a later stage on their dementia journey to be more active and create moments of...

 


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