News archive from 21 July 2014, page 16

Bei Carter murder: Guest hours owners' shock as manhunt for John Heald continues

GUEST house owners in Bridlington say they are shaken by the murder of landlady Bei Carter. Mrs Carter, 49, ran the Morayland Hotel with husband Terry in Marshall Avenue. Humberside Police have been desperately trying to track down suspect John Heald,...

 
Chris Chester laments schoolboy errors in Hull KR defeat to Salford Red Devils

Chris Chester laments schoolboy errors in Hull KR defeat to Salford Red Devils

Hull KR coach Chris Chester blamed his side's 38-18 defeat to Salford Red Devils on schoolboy errors that gifted the visitors victory at the KC Lightstream Stadium. Rovers shot themselves in the foot with fundamental mistakes that Chester said his...

 
North Ferriby United v Hull City: We'll be ready, says Billy Heath

North Ferriby United v Hull City: We'll be ready, says Billy Heath

North Ferriby United boss Billy Heath is promising his side will be "up for battle" against Hull City tonight. The Villagers host their neighbours at the Eon Visual Media Stadium for the annual Billy Bly Memorial Trophy clash. Heath said:...

 
Accident highlights importance of trailer awareness

Accident highlights importance of trailer awareness

"My horse has fallen through the trailer floor' has to be near the top of the list of challenging situations facing vets. For Kate Smith, equine vet at Alnorthumbria Veterinary Group, a recent incident led to surgery and a lengthy rehabilitation...

 
Haulier in thefts probe

Haulier in thefts probe

A haulier was arrested and charged following a dawn raid on his suburban home as part of a probe into a national conspiracy to steal from heavy goods vehicles. Graham Ascroft, of Higher Lane, Holmes, Tarleton, Preston, is among five men who were...

 
Man to appear in court today charged with murder of Elland man

Man to appear in court today charged with murder of Elland man

A man is set to appear in court today (Monday) charged with the murder of an Elland man whose body was found on Friday night. Robert Lyn, 45, will appear in front of Calderdale Magistrates’ accused of murdering 38-year-old Daniel Campbell, who died...

 
Two-car smash in Stoney Middleton

Two-car smash in Stoney Middleton

Emergency services have attended a two-car crash. Firefighters from Bakewell and Clay Cross, police and paramedics were called to the smash on the A623 road in Stoney Middleton at 1.45pm yesterday. There are no reports of any serious injuries.

 
Who has been appearing at court in Notts?

Who has been appearing at court in Notts?

Hucknall: Ross Yarnold, 56, of Wigwam Grove, Hucknall, has been fined £170 by Nottingham magistrates after he admitted using a mobile phone while driving in Hucknall Lane, Bulwell, on October 11 last year. He was also ordered to pay a £20 victim...

 

Terry Jones asks Monty Python fans to boycott Ritzy cinema screening over living wage row

Big-hearted Monty Python star Terry Jones has voiced his support for cinema staff in Brixton who have gone on strike over a living wage dispute. The Python's last ever show was broadcast live in cinemas around the world on last night, coinciding with...

Metro, 07:53 in Showbiz
 

Firefighters' strike: Last day of action

EIGHT days of strike action by firefighters in Nottinghamshire are set to end today. Crews have been manning picket lines at regular intervals since last Monday in a continuing row with the government over pensions. They are set to walk out twice...

 

MP's hope for city changes

A NOTTINGHAM MP will today put a Bill before Parliament which could help the city council take more control over raising and spending its money Graham Allen, MP for Nottingham North, wants the city to manage its own affairs and finances rather than...

 

Dishcloth danger in our kitchens

WE have all been taught to wash our hands regularly - but a survey has revealed that there is a deadly germ hidden in our dishcloths. The survey, carried out by a disinfectant brand, revealed that Britain's dishcloths and kitchen sponges are amongst...

 
Talent on show in Dementia Support South Lincs art group

Talent on show in Dementia Support South Lincs art group

Dementia sufferers and their carers have found an outlet for their talents thanks to an art group started by a support charity. Staff at Dementia Support South Lincs decided to set up a group to enable some of their members to paint and draw in a...

 
ROADWORKS: Work on Brayford Wharf East/Wigford Way starts today

ROADWORKS: Work on Brayford Wharf East/Wigford Way starts today

Road works start today on the Brayford Wharf East/Wigford Way junction in Lincoln. Work will begin today and should be completed by Friday, August 29. The Brayford Wharf East junction will be widened, which will enable drivers to turn right onto...

 
Sports centre and court building set on fire in Derbyshire

Sports centre and court building "set on fire" in Derbyshire

ARSONISTS are thought to have set fire to a sports centre and former court building last night. The two buildings - within a mile of each other in Chesterfield - went up in flames between 10.30pm and 11pm. The most serious blaze was at the sports...

 


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