News archive from 22 November 2017, page 15

Fears of ‘severe’ impact on people in Wellingborough with proposed county council cuts

Fears of ‘severe’ impact on people in Wellingborough with proposed county council cuts

Councillors will discuss their concerns over proposed county council funding cuts and how they could affect people in Wellingborough next week. A consultation is being held on proposals which could see bus subsidies, libraries, roads gritting and...

 

Human waste and rubbish found in road after travellers leave

A heap of rubbish including human waste and has been left in Swarkstone after travellers left the area. Pictures of what was found in the road have been posted on Facebook showing heaps of rubbish in Lowes Lane over the weekend. Dirty nappies, a blue...

 
Furniture store to open in Kettering this weekend

Furniture store to open in Kettering this weekend

The UK’s ‘largest retailer of solid hardwood furniture’ is set to open a store in Kettering this weekend. Oak Furniture Land will opens its doors to shoppers on Saturday (November 25). The showroom, at the Kettering Retail Park in Carina Road, has...

 
Community art project Huxlow Rocks! launched in Irthlingborough

Community art project Huxlow Rocks! launched in Irthlingborough

Schoolchildren have been painting rocks as part of a project to bring a little magic and mystery to the community. Huxlow Rocks! is an interactive community art project which was launched by pupils at Huxlow Science College in Irthlingborough on...

 
Danny Rose told me how he felt about missing Arsenal clash - Jermaine Jenas

Danny Rose told me how he felt about missing Arsenal clash - Jermaine Jenas

Rose was left out of the match day squad and ended up training with the reserves at the club’s Enfield training base on Saturday. The England left-back claimed at the time he was 100 per cent fit for the game, but Mauricio Pochettino thought...

 
Residents back councillors over Hebburn housing plan

Residents back councillors over Hebburn housing plan

Residents have backed local councillors in South Tyneside after their failed bid to halt a housing developemnton safety grounds. The go-ahead has been given for four new homes on a corner plot on Black Road, Hebburn, at its junction with Ralph Street...

 
Takeaway row duo are spared jail

Takeaway row duo are spared jail

Two friends narrowly avoided going to jail after they became aggressive towards takeaway staff which they claimed stole their money. Martin Fisher, 26, and Callum Whitehead, 27, were both subject to suspended sentences when things turned sour after a...

 
University of Cumbria graduations start today

University of Cumbria graduations start today

The graduation of more than 1,000 University of Cumbria students will start at Carlisle Cathedral today. The city centre will be dressed with bunting to reflect the celebrations of the students as they receive their degrees and academic awards....

 
Prisoner escapes custody after slipping from GEOAmey staff on his way to court

Prisoner escapes custody after slipping from GEOAmey staff on his way to court

A prisoner has escaped from escort officers as he was taken to a vehicle outside a court, a secure transport company has said. GEOAmey confirmed a ‘male young person in custody’ escaped from their staff while he was being transferred to a secure...

Metro, 06:25 in Hot News
 
Uber admits paying hackers to keep quiet after 57,000,000 users’ data was stolen

Uber admits paying hackers to keep quiet after 57,000,000 users’ data was stolen

Hackers stole the personal information of 57 million Uber users and drivers last year, the taxi-hailing company’s chief executive has revealed. In a blog post, Dara Khosrowshahi, who took over in August, said he recently learned that two individuals...

Metro, 06:25 in Hot News
 
Murder squad cops say Shaun Woodburn killer's sentence is too soft

Murder squad cops say Shaun Woodburn killer's sentence is too soft

Police officers who investigated Shaun Woodburn’s death have expressed their dismay at the paltry four-year sentence handed down to his teenage killer. The officers, part of Police Scotland’s Major Investigation Team, contacted Shaun’s dad Kevin and...

 
You can cough up £40bn but we'll still veto a trade deal - Ireland's warning to Theresa May

You can cough up £40bn but we'll still veto a trade deal - Ireland's warning to Theresa May

Theresa May has been warned paying a £40 billion EU divorce bill will not be enough to stop Ireland vetoing a trade deal. Ireland’s foreign minister yesterday spelled out their tough stance on keeping an open border with Northern Ireland – a key EU...

 
Monster rapist told daughter 'It's better for a girl to be broken in by her father rather than a stranger'

Monster rapist told daughter 'It's better for a girl to be broken in by her father rather than a stranger'

The daughter of a devout Christian has told how he raped her from the age of four – and how a church covered up the horrific abuse. Cordelia Donald, 40, was subjected to weekly attacks by her father George Donald, 67, who told her: “It is better for a...

 
May the thirst be with you: D-day for cheap booze revealed - and it's only six months away

May the thirst be with you: D-day for cheap booze revealed - and it's only six months away

Bargain super-strength booze will be banned from May 1st next year, the SNP Government revealed yesterday. That’s the date when Scotland aims to become the first country in the world to set a blanket minimum price on alcohol. And the suggested limit...

 
Tragic Meighan was due to stand trial for assault days after death

Tragic Meighan was due to stand trial for assault days after death

A teenager found dead in her flat was due to appear in court on an assault charge three days later. The 17-year-old, named in court papers as Meighan Boyle, although she used the surname Reid on her social media page, was set to stand trial at Selkirk...

 


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