News archive from 21 January 2013, page 17

Prince Charles In British Industry Warning

Prince Charles In British Industry Warning

Prince Charles is to warn that Britain is in danger of losing its reputation as the "standard bearer of quality manufacturing and engineering" if more young people are not attracted into the industries. The Prince of Wales will deliver his...

 
Find out more about macular conditions

Find out more about macular conditions

Gainsborough news The Gainsborough Macular Support Group will be holding its first monthly meeting of the year on Monday 21st January. The meeting will be held at 10.30am at the Friends Meeting Rooms, on Market Street, Gainsborough. Anyone with a...

 

South Koreans face lonely deaths as Confucian traditions fade

Once a country where filial duty and a strong Confucian tradition saw parents revered, modern day South Korea, with a population of 50 million, has grown economically richer, but family ties have fragmented. Nowadays 1.2 million elderly South Koreans,...

 

Defending champion Azarenka eases her way past Vesnina dropping just two games

Victoria Azarenka enjoyed an easier outing at the Australian Open, cruising into the quarter-finals with a routine win over Elena Vesnina.Defending champion Azarenka was pushed all the way by Jamie Hampton in the previous round on Saturday with the...

Daily Mail, 05:06 in Sport
 
Alcohol and drugs help

Alcohol and drugs help

Help is available in Dinnington for people recovering from alcohol or substance abuse. Staff and volunteers from Lifeline will be at The Salvation Army Hall, off Lordens Hill in Dinnington, on Monday between 10am-12.30pm to offer advice and...

 
It all goes swimmingly!

It all goes swimmingly!

A MEDICAL professor who has helped to shape mental health services in the borough has retired. Malcolm Peet, a consultant psychiatrist and research adviser for Rotherham, Doncaster and South Humber NHS Foundation Trust (RDaSH), retired on 11th...

 
Find out more about macular conditions

Find out more about macular conditions

The Gainsborough Macular Support Group will be holding its first monthly meeting of the year on Monday 21st January. The meeting will be held at 10.30am at the Friends Meeting Rooms, on Market Street, Gainsborough. Anyone with a macular condition and...

 
Alcohol and drugs help

Alcohol and drugs help

Help is available in Dinnington for people recovering from alcohol or substance abuse. Staff and volunteers from Lifeline will be at The Salvation Army Hall, off Lordens Hill in Dinnington, on Monday between 10am-12.30pm to offer advice and...

 
CHAPLAIN AND FAMILY 'KILLED BY SON'

CHAPLAIN AND FAMILY 'KILLED BY SON'

Bernalillo County sheriff's office said the victims were Greg Griego, his wife Sara and children Zephania, nine, Jael, five and Angelina, two. Mr Griego's 15-year-old son is in custody on murder and other charges in connection with the shooting, which...

 

Algeria survivor hid for two days

A survivor of the Algerian hostage crisis has spoken of how he hid for two days without food. Tony Grisedale, 60, from Workington in Cumbria, has returned home after Algerian security forces freed him from the In Amenas gas plant. He told ITV News he...

 
FURIOUS FERGIE BLASTS LINO

FURIOUS FERGIE BLASTS LINO

FURIOUS Sir Alex Ferguson faces an FA rap after an extraordinary attack on linesman Simon Beck. Manchester United missed a chance to go seven points clear at the top after Clint Dempsey hit a stoppage-time stunner for Tottenham, who had trailed to...

Daily Star, 05:51 in Sport
 

‘Keep land for grandchildren’ plead residents in homes fight

OPPONENTS of plans to build more than 160 homes on the outskirts of a market town will urge councillors to refuse the proposals at a meeting this week. The scheme for 163 homes and a £4m bypass on land close to Beverley ambulance station, and a...

 

Railway station building costs soar by £1.7m

The estimated cost of a new railway station in Bradford has risen by £1.7m to £7.2m and could increase further. A sum of £5.5m has already been earmarked to build the passenger railway station at Low Moor which it is hoped will be up and running by...

 

Forecasters warn no sign yet of winter releasing its icy grip

Snow is expected to blanket the UK for the next week, with no end of the big freeze in immediate sight, forecasters warned. Last night a weather warning was issued for Yorkshire indicating a persistent band of snow 
was likely to bring heavy falls in...

 

Heartbreak: Tears as tribute placed near house where four-year-old found

A MAN was last night being questioned on suspicion of the murder of a four-year-old boy as local people broke down in tears as they came to terms with what had happened on their doorsteps. A suspected attacker was reported to be hiding in a tunnel...

 


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