News archive from 18 June 2016, page 23

Musical event in aid of Sue Ryder

Musical event in aid of Sue Ryder

0 Have your say A fundraising evening of music and laughter in aid of Sue Ryder Thorpe Hall Hospice in Longthorpe, Peterborough is being held at Stamford Corn Exchange on Saturday, next week. ‘A Concert for Sue’ will be performed by the Stamford Corn...

 
Teenager sexually assaulted police officer while tripping on form of LSD

Teenager sexually assaulted police officer while tripping on form of LSD

A Golcar teenager sexually assaulted a female police officer while tripping on a legal high similar to LSD. Liam Smith, of Upper Wellhouse, later emailed the officer to apologise for his behaviour. The 19-year-old pleaded guilty to the offence when he...

 
Volunteers praised at awards

Volunteers praised at awards

1 Have your say Volunteers from Calderdale have been recognised for their tireless efforts working with an animal charity. Cathryn Harris from Brighouse received the RSPCA Silver Badge for 15 years voluntary service to Halifax, Huddersfield and...

 

'Utterly despicable' Daniel Brownlee tried to blame dying Jordan Petherbridge for crash

A drunk and drugged driver seemed "more concerned about his car" than the "much-loved" teenage passenger he killed when he crashed into a tree. Daniel Brownlee then tried to blame his victim for the crash that killed him, as he lay...

 
Chester hotel is up for sale

Chester hotel is up for sale

A Chester hotel is on the market for the first time in 25 years. The 4-star Hamilton Court Guest House in Hoole is for sale with specialist business property advisor Christie & Co after owners Vivian and Ann Finan have taken the decision to...

 
Disabled pals 'told to stand in half-hour queue at Derbyshire pub'

Disabled pals 'told to stand in half-hour queue at Derbyshire pub'

TWO disabled friends who have difficulty walking say they were told by a pub manager to stand in a queue for food – for 30 minutes. Ashley Meller and Jamie Howard fancied the carvery at the Cherry Tree Farm pub, in Willington, but it was a busy spell,...

 
Mum's anxious wait for HIV test results after daughter stands on needle in Derby park

Mum's anxious wait for HIV test results after daughter stands on needle in Derby park

A Derby mum is facing an anxious wait to see if her nine-year-old daughter has contracted HIV or hepatitis after accidentally stepping on a hypodermic needle in a city park. The mum, who does not wish to be named, said it was inevitable that something...

 
Why would I vote Out in EU Referendum only to put my family farm business at risk?

Why would I vote Out in EU Referendum only to put my family farm business at risk?

West Wales farmer Rhodri Lloyd-Williams is under no illusion that things would be very different for his business if the UK chooses to leave the EU. With wife Sarah and their three children, he runs 750 Welsh Mountain ewes and 25 Welsh Black suckler...

 
Jo Cox: Man charged with murder of Labour MP

Jo Cox: Man charged with murder of Labour MP

A man has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting of Labour MP Jo Cox. Mrs Cox, 41, was attacked in the street outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds, at lunchtime on Thursday. West Yorkshire Police said Thomas Mair,...

 

Many new fathers not getting paternity pay, TUC says

Almost one in five new fathers have missed out on paternity pay, mainly because they are self-employed, according to a new study. Around 130,000 men did not qualify for two weeks' statutory paternity pay, with around 100,000 working for themselves,...

 

'Hullapool' train route linking Hull and Liverpool is key transport priority

Creating a "Hullapool" rail route linking Hull to Liverpool and the North West was one of the key priorities presented to transport bosses at a Westminster meeting this week. The Hull and Humber Chamber of Commerce met with representatives...

 
Specialist rescue unit called to trapped driver after taxi crash

Specialist rescue unit called to trapped driver after taxi crash

Two fire engines and a specialist rescue unit were called to a crash in the early hours of Saturday morning. The vehicles from Highfields and Stockhill stations rushed to Wollaton Road, Nottingham, at 2.02am. A taxi had left the road and the driver...

 
Jo Cox: Man charged with murder of Labour MP

Jo Cox: Man charged with murder of Labour MP

A man has been charged with murder in connection with the shooting of Labour MP Jo Cox. Mrs Cox, 41, was attacked in the street outside her constituency surgery in Birstall, near Leeds, at lunchtime on Thursday. West Yorkshire Police said Thomas Mair,...

 

Stoke City scouting report: How much would Stoke be prepared to pay for Nathan Redmond?

NATHAN Redmond has been a prominent figure in Stoke City gossip column for more than two years. But how much would the Norwich City winger cost the Potters now amid competition from rivals across the Premier League? What could he offer Mark Hughes?...

 
British steal: Thousands of Scots steel workers face having their pensions slashed

British steal: Thousands of Scots steel workers face having their pensions slashed

THOUSANDS of Scots steel workers have been warned they will have their pensions slashed – leaving retirement plans in tatters. Letters have been delivered to Scots enrolled in the British Steel Pension Scheme warning that they could lose at least 10...

 


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