News archive from 20 May 2017, page 17

Lane closures planned on A595 road in west Cumbria from Monday

Lane closures planned on A595 road in west Cumbria from Monday

Traffic could be held up on the main A595 in west Cumbria next week as work is carried out. Lane closures will be in place on the Distington bypass from Monday to allow Highways England to cut grass, spray weeds, empty gullies, remove litter and carry...

 
College draws up vision as takeover looms

College draws up vision as takeover looms

A WISH-LIST of conditions for the new owners of Stratford-upon-Avon College are set out in a document that has been drawn up staff, students, businesses and other local organisations. Each has had an input into the 14-page ‘vision’ document that...

 
Major changes for a Anslow pub have been approved as latest applications are decided

Major changes for a Anslow pub have been approved as latest applications are decided

The Burnt Gate, in Anslow, has some major changes ahead as the latest planning applications have been decided by East Staffordshire Borough Council: 68 Bitham Lane, Stretton - Demolition of existing dwelling and erection of a replacement dwelling –...

 

Could Manchester United youngster Angel Gomes become club's youngest ever player vs Crystal Palace?

Angel Gomes would become the youngest Manchester United player of the Premier League era should he make his first team debut against Crystal Palace on Sunday. Not due to turn 17 until August, Gomes trained with the first team on Friday and was named...

 

Gwynedd chapel and cottages were bought for £55K...they now make more than that every year

An entrepreneur who bought a Welsh chapel and cottages for just £55,000 now makes more than that from them every year thanks to the booming holiday let sector. Caroline Wigley, from Bangor, was on the hunt for a new challenge she was pointed in the...

 

General Election survey: Which 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...

 
Police warning after 14 homes are broken into in three weeks between Darley Abbey and Allestree

Police warning after 14 homes are broken into in three weeks between Darley Abbey and Allestree

Police have stepped up patrols in an area of Derby after a spate of house break-ins. In the last three weeks, there have been 14 break-ins at houses in the area leading out of the city through Darley Abbey towards Allestree - which is bordered by...

 

FARMING MATTERS: Lack of rain means difficulties for crops

Writing about the weather is tricky because whatever it is doing right now, it could be different by the time you read this. However, what is undisputed is that we have had a very long dry spell and that does have consequences. It’s lovely of course...

 
Paul Merson: Liverpool will finish in top four, Arsenal to miss out on Champions League

Paul Merson: Liverpool will finish in top four, Arsenal to miss out on Champions League

That’s the opinion of Paul Merson who believes the Reds will beat Middlesbrough 2-0 at Anfield tomorrow. Liverpool know a win will guarantee them Champions League football. Merson told Sky Sports: “I do expect Liverpool to win. Their form hasn't been...

Daily Star, 07:11 in Sport
 

Neighbours shock as forensics team search house of missing Hull mum Renata Antczak

Neighbours have spoken of their shock after forensics teams searched the house of a mum who has been missing for almost a month. Renata Antczak, 49, disappeared from her home in Beamsley Way, Kingswood, on April 25. On Friday morning, scenes of crime...

 

What everyone travelling abroad with a child with a different surname needs to know

Parents who do not have the same surname as their children have been warned they could be stopped in the airport and refused onto the plane when going on holiday this summer. Being stopped, grilled - and even turned away at border control is an ordeal...

 

Hull dentist Majid Mustafa at the centre of investigation into missing wife Renata Antczak

The husband of missing Hull woman Renata Antczak is now at the centre of the investigation into her disappearance. Majid Mustafa, 47, was led into the back of a police car on Friday morning as officers ramped up their inquiries into the case with...

 

60 pictures of nights out at Tower nightclub in Hull in the 1990s

We are sure many of you will have danced the night away at Tower nightclub in the 1990s. The venue is now known as Funktion nightclub but the building was built back in 1914 as a cinema, and had seating for 1,200 people. It became a nightclub in 1983,...

 

The top Nineties kids' TV shows we all loved to watch

It was a time before mobile phones and the internet dominated our lives and we all watched television shows on an actual TV. So, in the name of nostalgia, here is a handful of the popular kids programmes you are bound to remember from you childhood if...

 

Potting Shed to open US smokehouse and sports bar at Beverley's Flemingate Centre

An American-style smokehouse and sports bar is being lined up for Beverley's Flemingate Centre. It comes as Hotel Chocolat and Buca di Pizza are also planning to open in the town. The US-style smokehouse and sports bar is planned by the company behind...

 


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