News archive from 20 May 2017, page 14

Lamppost collision causes traffic chaos in St James

A single vehicle car crash caused traffic chaos in St James. The driver of the green Renault is also understood to have hit a lamppost and spun after the collision, which left the front of the car badly damaged. The motorist is understood to have...

 

TRAFFIC NEWS: Crash is causing major delays on main road out of Northampton

Lengthy delays are being felt on a dual carriageway heading out of Northampton after six vehicles were involved in a crash. Traffic is queuing eastbound on the A45 Nene Valley Way due to the collision. AA travel says, while the incident was originally...

 

Northamptonshire charity hoping to replace lost funding with sponsored Facebook hate crime removal

A Northamptonshire charity will try to remove 1,000 ‘illegal’ Facebook posts to raise funds after its funding was cut. Northamptonshire Rights and Equality Council (NREC) says it has lost £25,000 in funding from Northampton Borough Council and...

 
Antonio Conte increasingly likely to pull of mega summer transfer - reports

Antonio Conte increasingly likely to pull of mega summer transfer - reports

The Arsenal talisman has been linked with an Emirates exit in recent months. The Chile international, 28, has demanded a bumper pay rise to stay in north London. And according to The Independent, Chelsea boss Conte is desperate to land Sanchez. How...

Daily Star, 06:21 in Sport
 

Man admits New Year's Day murder of pensioner

The killer of a 67-year-old man has formally admitted his guilt. Elderly Wenqing Xu, who is from China, is thought to have been doing early morning power walking when he was repeatedly kicked and stamped on, causing catastrophic head injuries. Preston...

 

Four-vehicle smash causes delays

One person was injured as four vehicles were involved in a traffic collision at Thornton. A Peugeot, two Citroens and a VW were involved in the incident at Anchorsholme Lane, close to Morrisons supermarket, on Friday tea time, which caused rush hour...

 

General Election survey: What issues are most important to you?

Tell us what's important to you and your family - complete our Cumbria-wide election survey. From the results we will compile a Manifesto for Cumbria that we will present to the political parties for their reaction. The survey closes at 12noon on...

 
Arsenal in contact with Middlesbrough ahead of Liverpool clash: Champions League at stake

Arsenal in contact with Middlesbrough ahead of Liverpool clash: Champions League at stake

The Gunners are in desperate need of a favour from already relegated Boro as they travel to Liverpool. Amid the fight for Champions League qualification, Arsenal are hoping the fourth-placed Reds slip up at Anfield. Arsene Wenger’s side sit one point...

 

Jail after sex offences against underage girls – NSPCC reaction

A children’s charity has given its reaction after a man from Spalding was jailed today for committing sex offences against underage girls. Speaking after Roy Hayes (44) was jailed for four years and eight months, a National Society for the Prevention...

 
Markeaton Park flasher Nishan Powell told by judge: 'I hope you feel humiliated'

Markeaton Park flasher Nishan Powell told by judge: 'I hope you feel humiliated'

A judge has told a flasher who exposed himself to a jogger in a Derby park "I hope you feel suitably embarrassed and humiliated" about appearing in court for his crime. A court heard how Nishan Powell "strutted towards" the victim...

 
Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: Top four place means this for transfer plans

Liverpool boss Jurgen Klopp: Top four place means this for transfer plans

The Kop boss believes that the once sleeping giants of English football have now been awakened and transfer targets are already relishing the prospect of joining his project. Liverpool need a win over Middlesbrough today to stay fourth ahead of...

Daily Star, 06:30 in Sport
 
Garage primed for rebuild after floods

Garage primed for rebuild after floods

Energy giant Shell says work to replace a flooded petrol station is still on course to start later this year. The landmark garage at Hardwicke Circus, which was flooded in December 2015, has been demolished and the site has been levelled. Various...

 
General Election survey: What issues are most important to you?

General Election survey: What issues are most important to you?

Tell us what's important to you and your family - complete our Cumbria-wide election survey. From the results we will compile a Manifesto for Cumbria that we will present to the political parties for their reaction. The survey closes at 12noon on...

 

Major employer offers support to Northumberland Tourism Awards

The company behind one of the county’s best-known attractions has given its support to the first Northumberland Tourism Awards. The Banks Group has come on board by sponsoring the Large Visitor Attraction award, appropriate given that the firm created...

 

Babies all shapes and sizes arrive

It seemed like ‘all change’ at the trust when I went to the Rollo Centre to do my usual volunteering stint through the week. Gone were most of the overwintering hedgehogs, with just two or three left in the outdoor runs awaiting release and a similar...

 


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