News archive from 17 August 2016, page 19

First 100 days of university costs average student £3,304, study finds

The average student spends £3,304 financing their first 100 days of university, a survey suggests. One in five spends all their student loan within the first 100 days, the poll for HSBC found. More than half (56%) of students said living away from...

 

Are you taking part in the 22 Push Up Challenge?

0 Have your say The 22 push up challenge is the latest favourite craze on the Internet and we are looking for people in our area who are taking part. And unlike the ice bucket challenge two years ago this one could actually be good for your health...

 

First 100 days of university costs average student £3,304, study finds

The average student spends £3,304 financing their first 100 days of university, a survey suggests. One in five spends all their student loan within the first 100 days, the poll for HSBC found. More than half (56%) of students said living away from...

 

TRAVEL - remember, Brayford Wharf East is one-way

There are no reported travel incidents in Lincolnshire so far toda, but don't get caught by a new one-way system in Lincoln. Brayford Wharf East is being turned into a one way road and has been closed to traffic heading from Brayford Street to St...

 
What’s been making the headlines in Mansfield?

What’s been making the headlines in Mansfield?

0 Have your say Here’s what has been making the headlines in Mansfield over the last 24 hours. Rider killed instantly by bolting horse VIDEO: Notts man jailed for manslaughter on the one punch that ruined his life Lottery cash joy for Mansfield...

 
Woman arrested over killing in Ayia Napa of ‘Gorgeous George’

Woman arrested over killing in Ayia Napa of ‘Gorgeous George’

Police in Cyprus investigating the fatal stabbing of a British holidaymaker and the wounding of another in the coastal resort of Ayia Napa have arrested a woman. Detectives have issued arrest warrants for a further two individuals, both Turkish...

Metro, 07:04 in Hot News
 
Derbyshire drug dealers jailed after being caught with cocaine

Derbyshire drug dealers jailed after being caught with cocaine

Two drug dealers who were caught with wraps of cocaine have been jailed for a total of more than eight years. Liam Bailey was spotted acting suspiciously by vigilant door staff in the Regal nightclub, in Ripley, and was subsequently searched. He was...

 
Derby breaking news live: Latest news for Wednesday, August 17

Derby breaking news live: Latest news for Wednesday, August 17

Welcome to the Derby Telegraph's breaking news service for Wednesday, August 17 - here to make sure that you are the first to know what is happening across our region. Along with latest travel and traffic news, we will also update you with Derbyshire...

 
Bookies update: Real Madrid favourites to land Chelsea star after West Ham snub

Bookies update: Real Madrid favourites to land Chelsea star after West Ham snub

The Spain international has been linked with a move away from Stamford Bridge this summer after Antonio Conte left him out of his startling line-up for Monday's opening game against West Ham. Fabregas, who has been a mainstay in the Chelsea midfield...

 
Why attack is the best form of defence for Hartlepool United

Why attack is the best form of defence for Hartlepool United

0 Have your say Attack is the best form of defence for Hartlepool United boss Craig Hignett, who praised his side’s game management in their 2-1 victory over Exeter City. Quick-fire goals from Michael Woods and Billy Paynter wrapped up victory at St...

 

Farmer speaks of his devastation after his Halesowen is hit by two fires in two days

Fifty cattle were evacuated as crews battled the major barn blaze at White House Farm, just 24 hours after another serious fire. Police said both fires at the farm in Lutley Lane are being treated as arson - but firefighters are still investigating...

 

Martin Flanagan: Input prices a concern for inflation

The slide in the value of the pound since Brexopolypse Now is having much more impact on input prices than on consumer inflation. The first official data since the European Union referendum vote in June shows that the consumer prices index (CPI) only...

Scotsman, 07:10 in Business
 

Construction firm Bancon secures £20.5m contracts

Aberdeenshire-based Bancon Group today announced that its construction division has been awarded contracts worth a total of £20.5 million across both the public and private sectors. The deals comprise building work for several major projects including...

Scotsman, 07:10 in Business
 
Star Wars Battlefront PS4 fans getting new expansion with revamped focus

Star Wars Battlefront PS4 fans getting new expansion with revamped focus

For those excited for Star Wars Battlefront on PlayStation VR, EA revealed more on the project today at Gamescom, including the expansion’s fresh angle. The X-Wing VR expansion has a lot of support among PS4 fans and may receive even more attention...

 
Teenager stabbed during Mather Avenue assault

Teenager stabbed during Mather Avenue assault

A teenager was stabbed in an assault in Allerton . Police were called to Mather Avenue last night after reports a 17-year-old male was knifed. He is being treated in hospital. Merseyside Police are appealing for witnesses following the assault and a...

 


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