News archive from 19 October 2014, page 19

Police helicopter in Brighouse

Police helicopter in Brighouse

The West Yorkshire Police helicopter was delpoyed in Brighouse in the early hours on Sunday morning. The helicopter was used in response to reports of a woman screaming in some open land at around 5am, but the area was cleared after a search.

 
Fire crew called to block of flats in Ovenden

Fire crew called to block of flats in Ovenden

Fire fighters were called to deal with an incident at a block of flats in Ovenden last night (Saturday) when some clothing was set on fire. The clothes were outside one of the flats at the Grove Court complex on a clothes horse. The fire meant the...

 

Sport scheme to boost mental health

Sport is to be used in a £2 million programme to try and help 75,000 people suffering from mental health problems. Help to join mainstream sports clubs, go to the gym or take up a new sport is to be offered to people suffering from various conditions...

 
Worksop: Severe weather warnings issued for Worksop as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo sweeps the UK

Worksop: Severe weather warnings issued for Worksop as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo sweeps the UK

The Met Office has issued severe weather warnings for Worksop and Notts as the remains of Hurricane Gonzalo sweeps through the UK on Monday. On Monday night, extremely heavy rain and strong winds are likely to hit the area. The public should be...

 
Methadone madness: Pair jailed after leaving toddler alone with heroin substitute and a MACHETE

Methadone madness: Pair jailed after leaving toddler alone with heroin substitute and a MACHETE

A WOMAN let a toddler drink enough methadone to kill an adult – then tried to stop a 999 crew rushing the unconscious child to hospital. Elaine Brown and Scott Johnston also left a machete within reach of the 17-month-old boy. Brown, 32, dialled 999...

 

War veteran fights off £600 bill for his own grave

The family of a war veteran who successfully challenged an extra £600 bill for his own funeral thanks to the Sunday ECHO is urging others not to be afraid to fight their case. James Graham, 91, bought a burial plot alongside his parents 20 years ago...

 
Housing manager attacked by Lincolnshire tenant's two German Shepherds

Housing manager attacked by Lincolnshire tenant's two German Shepherds

An area housing manager who was calling at a tenant's property near Market Rasen was attacked by two out of control dogs. The woman was visiting the property of June Allsopp, on West View, South Kelsey, when two German Shepherd dogs ran at her and...

 

Video: John Hartson hosts star-studded ball in Glasgow to raise funds for his cancer foundation

Video loading   CELTIC legend John Hartson has spoken of his admiration for the medics who saved his life and allowed him to see his children grow up after he was diagnosed with cancer five years ago. Hartson spoke as he hosted a star-studded ball in...

 
Enjoy calm before the storm with a walk round Tetney Lock today

Enjoy calm before the storm with a walk round Tetney Lock today

As Hurricane Gonzalo tracks its way across the Atlantic towards Britain's shores, why not enjoy a more peaceful weekend with a walk by Tetney Lock? Starting at the Crown and Anchor, take the main road, across the bridge, and over the navigation canal....

 
Is it time to rethink the green belt?

Is it time to rethink the green belt?

In January 1914, Aston Webb, architect of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the facade of Buckingham Palace and parts of Birmingham University, had a dream. He told the London Society, a group of architects and others concerned with the improvement of...

Guardian, 08:41 in Politics
 
Boris Johnson: ‘Do you want me to be photographed in my Bullingdon Club uniform? With a spliff? Now you’re talking’

Boris Johnson: ‘Do you want me to be photographed in my Bullingdon Club uniform? With a spliff? Now you’re...

So, there’s the hair. An unruly thatch of blond fluff perched atop Boris Johnson’s head like a yellow wisp of cumulus. It is jolly hair, schoolboyish hair, hair that apparently refuses to be anything other than it is. It is hair that asks you not to...

Guardian, 08:41 in Politics
 
Help those in need with Rotary shoebox appeal

Help those in need with Rotary shoebox appeal

Give a gift to help those less fortunate than yourself this Christmas. The Boston Standard is spreading this message through our support for the Rotary International Shoebox Appeal. Every year our newspaper promotes this scheme which always receives...

 

Sport scheme to boost mental health

Sport is to be used in a £2 million programme to try and help 75,000 people suffering from mental health problems. Help to join mainstream sports clubs, go to the gym or take up a new sport is to be offered to people suffering from various conditions...

 

How Cesc Fabregas, Loic Remy and Oscar proved Chelsea are not a one man team

Chelsea continued their superb start to the season as they took revenge on Crystal Palace at Selhurst Park. It was revenge for Jose Mourinho's side as it was Palace last season that ultimately ended the Blues' quest for a fourth Premier League title....

Metro, 08:43 in Sport
 

Why Arsenal will never win the league again under Arsene Wenger

MORE: This Arsenal fan absolutely lost it on Twitter after the Gunners drew 2-2 with Hull Despite Arsenal's severely disappointing result against Hull City, this article was not created from a knee jerk reaction. I decided to write this after Arsenal...

Metro, 08:43 in Sport
 


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