News archive from 18 September 2013, page 17

Residents fight plans for temporary gypsy site near Southam

Residents fight plans for temporary gypsy site near Southam

Buy photos » Residents Mike Craven, Gavin and Annette Wightman at the proposed traveller site on the A425 just half a mile from Southan town centre. Picture by Jon Mullis 37.013.041.leam.jm1 RESIDENTS in Southam have hit out at plans to set up a...

 
Hull FC launches Children's Sports Academy to teach 5,000 health and literacy

Hull FC launches Children's Sports Academy to teach 5,000 health and literacy

It is being supported by businesses across the city, which have stumped up £120,000 to help boost the skills of the younger generation. The Black and Whites want to use the club's high profile to engage and inspire young people. This Friday American...

 
Confusion as River Derwent disappears at Belper

Confusion as River Derwent disappears at Belper

It has left a river bed of mud between Belper and Ambergate. Paul Reeves, from the Environment Agency, which is carrying out the work, said the river will begin to refill tomorrow (Thursday). Derby Carz- Great Local Offers to East Mids Airport Derby...

 

Tributes for popular Clive following shock death

Fantasy Football winnerNigel Clough, Clive TilleyTRIBUTES have been paid following the shock death of a popular engineer. Family and friends of Clive Tilley, of Mayfield Road, Winshill, were still in shock after he died suddenly on Sunday evening. The...

 

Trust success in dealing with hip fractures

Queens Hospital - Main Entrance and A+EA DETAILED report into the way Queen's Hospital deals with patients with hip fractures has shown that it has some of the lowest mortality rates for the condition in the UK. According to the 2013 National Hip...

 

BREAKING - Firefighters to strike next week

Firefighters at the scene of a blaze involving around 10 tonnes of garden waste, near the River Cam, between Milton and Fen DittonFIREFIGHTERS in Burton and South Derbyshire are to strike next week. Following the result of the Fire Brigade Unions...

 
Man jailed for imprisoning Louth teenager

Man jailed for imprisoning Louth teenager

The incident happened a year ago on September 16. Police were called to the Northgate area of the town at 3.25am following reports of a possible street robbery. 2 MEALS FOR £10 The Terrace Bistro & Tea Rooms View details Print voucher CHOOSE FROM...

 
Runners head north for great charity run

Runners head north for great charity run

Shan, took part in the run for the third time for the Stroke Association, - a charity she fundraises for in memory of her Grandma, Pat Fountain who passed away 12 years ago. She was well known in Skegness for coaching in football, netball and...

 
Children like Sebastien helped by Jeans Day

Children like Sebastien helped by Jeans Day

The condition means Sebastien has no independent life skills and his family have taken the decision to move back from their former home in France to Lincolnshire. His mum Dominique said: "We knew from day one there wasn't something quite right. 2...

 

Osborne to woo voters with discounted shares in Lloyds ahead of next election

Millions of ordinary investors could be offered a pre-election sweetener next year in the form of cheap shares in Lloyds. The plan emerged after fund managers and insurers snapped up 6 per cent of the state-backed lender in five hours on Monday night,...

 

One in five workers fear they will never have enough money to retire, damning report warns

22 View comments A fifth of workers believe they will never have enough money to retire, a report warns today. The study by HSBC found a third of people were "not preparing adequately' for their retirement, with another third saving nothing at...

 

European shares up, U.S. stimulus cut seen moderate

The central bank's decision will be announced at 1800 GMT and Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke start his news conference half an hour later. The Fed is also set to release fresh quarterly economic and interest rate projections. The FTSEurofirst 300 index of...

 
New blitz to tackle death rates at Grimsby's hospital

New blitz to tackle death rates at Grimsby's hospital

Bosses say the organisation is now ranked 18th, and that staff have "bent over backwards" to bring it out of the category which meant it had to be monitored. As reported, Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust was...

 
Grimsby Institute trains staff at town fish market

Grimsby Institute trains staff at town fish market

Grimsby Fish Market has been operating since 1996 and the senior management team were looking at ways of upskilling their workforce when they invited the Grimsby Institute to deliver maths and English qualifications to their existing employees....

 
Summer of success at De Aston

Summer of success at De Aston

These are just some of the high achievers, however. Top spot went to Abigail Woolley with an amazing A* or A in all of her 11 GCSEs! Those Year 13 students who achieved the highest grades possible included Alice Bull with two A* and an A grade. Sally...

 


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