News archive from 20 May 2017, page 15

Big Sleuth Trail in Birmingham – when does it start, what to expect and who is taking part

Did you love the Big Hoot ? Well, get ready for part two! Birmingham’s next big public art trail is the Big Sleuth and it will feature more than 100 bear sculptures in the city’s streets, parks and open spaces. People will be able to go hunting for...

 

Music students to star in their first-ever opera at Northampton theatre

Music students from the University of Northampton will tell the tale of Henry Purcell’s heart-breaking love story, Dido and Aeneas, when they perform their first ever opera at the Royal & Derngate Theatre next month. Under the tutelage of senior...

 
Cristiano Ronaldo tells Real Madrid president Florentino Perez to sign this player

Cristiano Ronaldo tells Real Madrid president Florentino Perez to sign this player

Real moved one step closer to winning the La Liga title with their 4-1 victory over Celta Vigo taking them to within one point of claiming the prize.  Los Blancos take on Malaga on Sunday (7pm) with a win seeing them beat rivals Barcelona to the...

 

Get FREE tips from Grazia fashion stylist and free manicures at McArthurGlen this weekend

Derby people can get free style advice this weekend at McArthurGlen Designer Outlet East Midlands. The discount retail centre has teamed up with UK fashion magazine Grazia to give shoppers the ultimate spring fashion makeover. The McArthurGlen Style...

 

Why your UK Sky Sports and Netflix streaming accounts will no longer be blocked on holiday in the EU

British Netflix, Sky Go and Now TV subscribers will soon be able to watch their streaming television services while sunbathing on the Costa Del Sol following a new EU-wide deal. Currently streaming TV services are ‘geo-blocked’ preventing viewers from...

 

Bake A Cake scam couple lose appeal over jail sentences

A couple jailed over a scam which saw brides-to-be conned out of thousands of pounds have lost an appeal against their jail sentences. Wedding company boss Lisa Holt, 41, cheated customers out of cash for cakes and other services which never...

 
Antonio Conte backs John Terry to become Chelsea manager one day

Antonio Conte backs John Terry to become Chelsea manager one day

Terry’s Stamford Bridge swansong is against rock-bottom Sunderland tomorrow, with the long-serving club captain likely to start on the bench. Terry, 36, has started his coaching badges and revealed earlier this week he could quit playing once the...

Daily Star, 06:45 in Sport
 
Antonio Conte gives Chelsea assurance: This will happen next season

Antonio Conte gives Chelsea assurance: This will happen next season

The ex-Juventus manager has had to take on the challenge of living in England for a year alone. Conte left his wife and daughter back in Italy when he took the Chelsea job last summer. But despite the 47-year-old’s difficult home life situation, he...

 

Police visit Trentham Estate to warn dog owners about dangers of letting pets off leads

Police will be speaking with dog owners at a tourist attraction today so they can help cut down on wildlife being attacked by free-running pooches. Officers are linking up with gamekeepers at the Trentham Estate to re-enforce the rules around pets...

 

Asylum seeker, 19, jailed for stabbing man in back in Stoke-on-Trent street

Teenage asylum seeker Akar Ahmed faces being deported – after stabbing a man in a city street. The 19-year-old Iraq national armed himself with a kitchen knife before 'jabbing' his victim twice in the back in Bucknall New Road, Hanley. Horrified...

 

Stoke news and transfer gossip LIVE: No summer clear out as boss eyes evolution not revolution

Mark Hughes is expecting a busy summer – but not one that rips up the squad to start again. The Stoke boss has given a candid assessment of a frustrating season that comes to an end tomorrow with an away trip at Southampton and talked about his plans...

 

Season has not been a disaster - Stoke City boss Mark Hughes

Mark Hughes is vowing to bring back the good times to Stoke City as he prepares to wrap up a mis-firing campaign with many fans still on his case. Hughes acknowledged this season's shortcomings – while denying it had been the “terrible disaster"...

 

Three men caught on CCTV fighting outside Dominique's Wine Bar in Burslem - after dress-code row

Three men got involved in a brawl outside a wine bar – after a row over the venue's dress code. Andrew Bloor, Billy Broad and Jake Lovatt, all aged 23, were prosecuted for their drunken behaviour outside Dominique's in Burslem. Magistrates at North...

 

Man, 44, pulled knife on 'terrified' Farmfoods shelf stacker in Leek and NHS workers in Hanley

Dangerous Steven Ridley pulled a knife on a supermarket worker as she was stacking shelves during a terrifying one-day crime spree. The 44-year-old stole four knives from the Premier Inn in Leek before going into Farmfoods in the town and waving a one...

 

Food hygiene: Pubs, bars and clubs given hygiene ratings in 2017 in Stoke-on-Trent

These are some of the latest food hygiene reports published by the Food Standards Agency. We have checked the inspections since the beginning of 2017 to see which premises have been told they must improve. Following inspections, premises are given a...

 


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