News archive from 20 September 2015, page 13

What you need to know about changes to the smoking laws

What you need to know about changes to the smoking laws

From October 1, several changes to the law around smoking come into force. It will be an offence for a person of any age to smoke in a private vehicle that is carrying someone who is under 18 for a driver (including a provisional driver) not to stop...

 

Gothic lipsticks

While the 1970s continue to paint much of fashion with their rusty sexiness, the other half of the high street remains stubbornly 90s. Marc Jacobs, Giles and Emanuel Ungaro all styled their A/W models with aubergine lips, many slipping into full-on...

 

My teenage girls are making my separation even harder

The dilemma I am devastated, depressed and heartbroken by my 15-year-old twin girls’ behaviour. It makes me physically sick sometimes. I am going through a separation, which I know affects them. I also have a seven-year-old boy, and the most unsocial...

 
Roadworks in Leicester from Sunday, September 20

Roadworks in Leicester from Sunday, September 20

To help you plan your journeys, here is a list of where roadworks are taking place in Leicester during the week from Sunday, September 20. • London Road: Battle of Britain Parade. Road closed for short time only between Victoria Park Road...

 
Roads on major routes in Leicestershire and the East Midlands from Monday, September 21

Roads on major routes in Leicestershire and the East Midlands from Monday, September 21

Planned roadworks in East Midlands: Weekly summary for Monday 21 to Sunday 27 September 2015 M1 junction 19, Leicestershire: Road improvement scheme On Tuesday 22 September, the M6 southbound will be closed at junction 1 from 9pm until 6am the...

 
How to stay well and avoid colds during the winter months

How to stay well and avoid colds during the winter months

Winter will soon be here, and the cold weather and Christmas rush can be stressful for body and mind, often leading to an unhealthy immune system. There are some simple steps that can be taken to avoid low energy and winter colds. Simon Bandy, general...

 

Thousands of refugees pour into Austria as European crisis intensifies

Thousands of refugees have streamed into Austria after being shunted through Croatia, Hungary and Slovenia as Europe’s divided nations stepped up efforts to push the migrants into neighbouring countries. Related: The refugee crisis is waking old fears...

 
LOTTERY RESULTS: National Lottery, Lotto raffle and Thunderball numbers for Saturday, September 19

LOTTERY RESULTS: National Lottery, Lotto raffle and Thunderball numbers for Saturday, September 19

THE National Lottery draw on Saturday night saw players gunning for an estimated £3.8 million Lotto jackpot. And, after thousands bought a ticket in the hope of becoming millionaires, there were two winners of the Saturday, September 19 Lotto draw....

 
On the wildside: There's lots to see around Eyemouth

On the wildside: There's lots to see around Eyemouth

The coastal footpath south of Eyemouth is a really nice place to have a leisurely walk - the going is easy, there are several seats where you can sit and admire the view and there is a wide variety of wildlife to see and study at any time of year. It...

 
Man attacked with chisel in Mexborough

Man attacked with chisel in Mexborough

It is the latest revelation in the ongoing problem of gangs in Mexborough and emerged in a public meeting in the town this week. A resident told police they were scared over gang violence on their doorstep that has most recently led to a man being...

 
Man attacked with chisel in Mexborough

Man attacked with chisel in Mexborough

It is the latest revelation in the ongoing problem of gangs in Mexborough and emerged in a public meeting in the town this week. A resident told police they were scared over gang violence on their doorstep that has most recently led to a man being...

 
What you need to know about changes to the smoking laws

What you need to know about changes to the smoking laws

From October 1, several changes to the law around smoking come into force. It will be an offence for a person of any age to smoke in a private vehicle that is carrying someone who is under 18 for a driver (including a provisional driver) not to stop...

 
Schoolchildren ‘tired in class after waking up to look at social media’

Schoolchildren ‘tired in class after waking up to look at social media’

One in five schoolchildren wakes up in the night to look at social media, a new study has warned. Academics in Cardiff found that youngsters aged between 12 and 15 will get up at least once a week on a school night to check sites such as Twitter and...

 
BBC children’s channel saved after thousands sign petition

BBC children’s channel saved after thousands sign petition

Popular children's TV Channel CBeebies has been saved from the chop after a national campaign saw 130,000 people sign a petition to keep it. It has now been announced that the BBC have bowed to the pressure and will be keeping the digital channel...

 
Birmingham passengers are owed up to £1.7m in flight compensation

Birmingham passengers are owed up to £1.7m in flight compensation

New figures have revealed Birmingham passengers are owed up to a staggering £1.7 million in flight compensation. Approximately 56,000 Brum holidaymakers were affected by flight disruptions this year while jetting off on their summer breaks from...

 


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