News archive from 17 June 2017, page 11

Trust receives almost £1m to help fight accident and emergency pressures

The trust which runs hospitals in Lincolnshire has been awarded nearly £1 million of Government money to help it’s accident and emergency departments ahead of next winter. The Department of Health has handed the trust £968,000 as part of a £100...

 

Two missing Sutton on Sea teens have been found

The two girls that were missing from Sutton on Sea have now been found. Brianna Allsopp (left) and May Woodward (right), both 14 are now reported to be safe by Lincolnshire Police. The police would like to say a big thank you to everyone for assisting...

 

Can young people get help with rent to help them live independently?

Q. I am 20 and for a while I’ve been wanting to move out of my parents’ house and into a privately-rented property. I have a zero-hours contract and will be doing as many hours as I can. Will I be able to claim any benefits? A. There isn’t a vast...

 

Shaping Up Summer Body Challenge: Week 1 Workout

The first workout is designed to strengthen your abdominal muscles and improve your core strength. This workout is relatively low intensity, so it won’t get you really out of breath, but you should definitely feel like your stomach has had a good...

 
Owners face £100 spot fines in Burton for letting their dogs foul in public

Owners face £100 spot fines in Burton for letting their dogs foul in public

Owners who let their dogs foul in a public places and fail to clean it up will be issued with an immediate spot fine of £100. East Staffordshire Borough Council will now be issuing Fix Penalty Notices to anyone breaching its new Public Space...

 

Queen's Birthday Honours award Northamptonshire woman CBE for helping communities across the world

A Northamptonshire woman has been named in the Queen's Birthday Honours for her 30 years of service in the public and social sector. Jane Rintoul, 56, from Long Buckby, has been awarded a CBE for a career that has seen her help communities in...

 

Primary school pupils welcome exchange students from China to Northampton

A class of foreign exchange students from China are visiting a Northampton primary school to learn Shakespeare, dancing and cricket. The group of 29 children from the New Century Foreign Language School, in Hangzhou, arrived at Lings Primary School,...

 

Party held to celebrate charity workers hard work for National Volunteers Week

Volunteers at a Northampton air ambulance shop have been thanked for the unpaid work they do to keep lifesaving helicopters flying in the area. A special party was held for volunteers in Harborough Road, Kingsthorpe to mark 'National Volunteers’ Week'...

 

Entertainment news round-up: 10-16 June

A look back at some of the top entertainment stories over the past seven days. Which celebrities earned the most over the past year? Batman actors pay tribute to Adam West Bat-Signal shines for Adam West Poldark returns, but without Ross's bare torso...

BBC, 06:16 in Art & Culture
 
Three Nottinghamshire schools improve Oftsed rating

Three Nottinghamshire schools improve Oftsed rating

Three schools across the White Hills Park Federation are celebrating after receiving three good ratings from Ofsted – rising from the previous ratings of requires improvement. The collective group of academy schools based around Bramcote; Alderman...

 
Mum 'overwhelmed' at generous donations to poorly son's campaign

Mum 'overwhelmed' at generous donations to poorly son's campaign

An appeal set up to save the life of a poorly toddler battling cancer has raised more than £130,000 in just one month. Dawson Willcock, who is just 20 months old, is battling rare liver cancer heptoblastoma - a condition so rare it affects only one in...

 

Ay up mi duck! School welcomes mother duck to playground

It seems some people will do anything nowadays to get their kids into a good primary school - but this duck flew to the front of the queue by laying her eggs right in the school playground. The children of St John the Baptist Primary School, in...

 
South Korean writes book on experiences in Notts called Ay Up Me Duck

South Korean writes book on experiences in Notts called Ay Up Me Duck

A former university student from South Korea has written a book about his life and experiences in Nottingham – and it's called Ay Up Me Duck! Kang Nak Lee, decided after leaving Nottingham Trent University (NTU) in 2011 to write about his experiences...

 

Northumberland Tourism Awards: Make sure you’re there on the night

It’s now less than a week until the winners of the inaugural Northumberland Tourism Awards will be revealed. The awards were launched in April by Northeast Press’ four county titles – the Northumberland Gazette, Berwick Advertiser, Morpeth Herald and...

 

Sneyd Green teen punched mum three times with knuckle duster after assaulting her daughter

Teenager Philip Heaton punched a woman three times with a knuckle duster – after he had a row with her 13-year-old daughter. The 18-year-old pushed the schoolgirl over and pinned her to the ground during an argument about items they had swapped. He...

 


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