News archive from 21 August 2015, page 13

Terrace Talk: Wrexham AFC have the grit to go with guile

Winning feels good doesn’t it? And not just winning by fluke. Mills’ men are producing swashbuckling displays with flair, pace and an impressive end product. Aggressive attacking fullbacks, pace and panache in the form of Wes York and Dominic Vose and...

Daily Post, 06:18 in Sport
 
North Wales football: Five games to watch

North Wales football: Five games to watch

Caernarfon Town v Prestatyn Town Huws Gray Alliance - 2.30pm Saturday It may be the opening weekend of the Welsh Premier, but this potential cracker at The Oval could rival any of the higher league fixtures in the crowd-pulling stakes. Prestatyn...

Daily Post, 06:18 in Sport
 

Live: North Wales Live Blog

Refresh automatically On | Off The Daily Post's live breaking news blog brings you regular updates, pictures, video, tweets and comments covering the latest North Wales traffic, travel, weather, crime and council news. You can contribute to the live...

 
Jazz and blues club gig

Jazz and blues club gig

Ribble Valley Jazz and Blues Club will present their first gig after the summer break next month with a session from The Simon Read Octet. The gig will be staged at the club’s regular venue - the Atrium Café Bar, Clitheroe Castle, on Friday September...

 
Stereophonics rock band asked to help Cwmaman Institute

Stereophonics rock band asked to help Cwmaman Institute

Rock stars the Stereophonics have been asked to help save a venue where they played some of their first gigs. Trustees of the Cwmaman Institute said they had six-figure debts and were struggling to keep the building open. Opened in 1892 for the local...

BBC, 06:20 in Regional
 

Over HALF of OAPs keep things fresh under the covers with sex toys, study reveals

A recent sex toy survey has revealed 75 per cent of couples over the age of 65 still have an active sex life - but it doesn't end there. Over half claim they regularly use sex toys on each other to keep things fresh under the covers, which might...

 
Sheffield businessman facing sex abuse charges ‘robbed woman of childhood’

Sheffield businessman facing sex abuse charges ‘robbed woman of childhood’

A woman who claims a Sheffield businessman sexually abused and beat her has said her "childhood was robbed' by him. The complainant is one of three people who claim they were abused by Mohammed Rafiq between 1987 and 2002. She told Sheffield...

 
Bourne pub plans ‘ultimate’ fun day in memory of Zack

Bourne pub plans ‘ultimate’ fun day in memory of Zack

Staff at The Sugar Mill pub in Bourne have been busy planning the "ultimate' family Fun Day, in memory of a very special little boy, Zack King. Zack, from Deeping St James, was aged just nine when he suffered a severe asthma attack whilst at home...

 

Friday’s best TV

Britain’s Bravest Cops 8pm, Really Some of the most hazardous police operations taken on in recent years are reconstructed here to reveal the heroism displayed by our bobbies on the beat. In the first instalment of this new series, the annual Police...

 
Keith Jackson: Celtic can't make a pigs ear of it again against mouthy Malmo

Keith Jackson: Celtic can't make a pigs ear of it again against mouthy Malmo

AS grudge matches go this one promises it all. The motor-mouths of Malmo versus Pinky and Perky from Parkhead. Celtic might be about to visit one of the most civilised and tranquil towns in Scandinavia but an almighty storm of bad blood is brewing...

 
Nir Bitton: Celtic are so close to the promised land, we can't let it slip now

Nir Bitton: Celtic are so close to the promised land, we can't let it slip now

NIR BITTON has come this far. And no matter what mouthy Malmo
 say, he’s simply not prepared to give it up it now. Celtic’s midfield star and his colleagues have been transfixed on the Champions League for almost a year. From they moment they were...

 
Billy Stark: I'm glad 'secret derby' is finally getting the respect it deserves

Billy Stark: I'm glad 'secret derby' is finally getting the respect it deserves

BILLY STARK is thrilled the Renfrewshire derby is on TV tonight – so fans all across Scotland can savour the “secret derby”. The 58-year-old started his glittering playing career with 
St Mirren then went on to manage Morton so he has seen the game...

 
Tweet the tour through Northumberland

Tweet the tour through Northumberland

As tour fever grows, people are being encouraged to use social media to share their experiences of the Aviva Tour of Britain as it journeys through Northumberland. Residents, visitors and cycling fanatics alike can use the hashtag #NlandTOB on Twitter...

 
Protests over milk prices to go on despite supermarkets offering price boost

Protests over milk prices to go on despite supermarkets offering price boost

Farmers across Lancashire are set to continue protesting over milk prices despite major supermarkets upping their prices. Morrisons, Aldi and Lidl have all vowed to up their milk prices by nearly 10 pence but Garstang farmer and protest organiser...

 
Line-up revealed for Blackpool’s firework championships

Line-up revealed for Blackpool’s firework championships

Blackpool's skies are set for another explosion of colour and sound as organisers of the resort's fireworks championships revealed this year's line-up. Teams from Canada, China and France will go head-to-head in this year’s championships which is...

 


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