News archive from 15 August 2014, page 6

Petition launched against planned Sheffield surgery closure

Petition launched against planned Sheffield surgery closure

Patients at an under-threat health centre in Sheffield have started a petition in a bid to try to save the practice. Users of Beighton Health Centre are collecting signatures from around the village in a bid to keep it open. Sothall and Beighton...

 
Sheffielders back rail campaign

Sheffielders back rail campaign

Almost 5,000 people have backed a campaign fighting Government plans to shake up rail services in the north of England. Union RMT has collected signatures from passengers at railway stations across the region, including Sheffield, over concerns about...

 
Sheffield couple welcome medical training plan for parents

Sheffield couple welcome medical training plan for parents

A Sheffield couple whose baby had heart surgery days after he was born have backed plans to give parents medical training. Sam Davy, of Gleadless Townend, was just 13 days old when he had to undergo major surgery after being born with only half of his...

 

What a weigh to go – top marks for Tom

Sheffield student Thomas Lowson only had a slim chance of going to university when he topped the scales at 24 stone and was so unhappy his grades started to suffer. But today, 10 stone lighter, he is celebrating after achieving a grade B in film...

 
Location, Location, Location review – return of the punsters

Location, Location, Location review – return of the punsters

Helping Robin, who's in a flap … Kirstie Allsopp and Phil Spencer. Photograph: Fiona Murray/Channel 4 Oh good, Kirstie Allsopp is not on Newsnight or The Archers, or showing us how to make crap for not very much money. She's back with Phil Spencer,...

Guardian, 06:04 in Showbiz
 
Cliff’s house raided over alleged Sheffield child sex assault

Cliff’s house raided over alleged Sheffield child sex assault

The home of legendary music star Sir Cliff Richard has been searched by South Yorkshire Police officers after a complaint he sexually assaulted a boy in Sheffield in the 1980s. Officers travelled to the Sunningdale, Berkshire, on Wednesday night and...

 
Victim ‘feared for life’ in attack

Victim ‘feared for life’ in attack

A man who was butted and punched at a Sheffield petrol station thought he was going to die, a court heard. Luke Tong had suffered a serious head injury just a few months before in an unrelated attack, Sheffield Crown Court was told. As he queued with...

 

Woman held after tot's pool death

A woman has been arrested on suspicion of murder after a three-year-old girl drowned in a hotel swimming pool. The child, who was believed to have been staying at the seaside hotel with her parents, got into difficulty in the water at the Dalmeny...

 
Sheffield superstar now has nine top A-levels

Sheffield superstar now has nine top A-levels

A record-breaking Sheffield student who has now achieved a staggering NINE A-levels at top grades does it all for the "love of learning'. Talented Clare Rees-Zimmerman jumped for joy when she collected another five A* grades yesterday, adding to...

 

What a weigh to go – top marks for Tom

Sheffield student Thomas Lowson only had a slim chance of going to university when he topped the scales at 24 stone and was so unhappy his grades started to suffer. But today, 10 stone lighter, he is celebrating after achieving a grade B in film...

 
Sheffield couple welcome medical training plan for parents

Sheffield couple welcome medical training plan for parents

A Sheffield couple whose baby had heart surgery days after he was born have backed plans to give parents medical training. Sam Davy, of Gleadless Townend, was just 13 days old when he had to undergo major surgery after being born with only half of his...

 
Sheffielders back rail campaign

Sheffielders back rail campaign

Almost 5,000 people have backed a campaign fighting Government plans to shake up rail services in the north of England. Union RMT has collected signatures from passengers at railway stations across the region, including Sheffield, over concerns about...

 
People struggling with depression in Sunderland urged to seek help after death of Robin Williams

People struggling with depression in Sunderland urged to seek help after death of Robin Williams

MENTAL health bosses are calling on those struggling with depression to get help urgently following the death of Hollywood star Robin Williams. The 63-year-old actor and comedian, famous for roles in Mrs Doubtfire, Good Morning Vietnam, Jack and Hook,...

 
Sunderland bar Chase demolished in £1million revamp project

Sunderland bar Chase demolished in £1million revamp project

PLANS to give a bar a makeover have undergone their own overhaul after work uncovered a catalogue of issues with the building. John and Karen Dickman initially planned to invest £750,000 into their refurbishment of Chase in Park Lane, but have now...

 
A-LEVELS: High flyers in Hadfield

A-LEVELS: High flyers in Hadfield

There were tears and cheers at Glossopdale Community College this morning (Thursday), as sixth formers ripped open brown envelopes containing their A-level results. Speaking at from the school’s Hadfield site at Talbot House, Principal Steve Playford...

 


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 31