News archive from 23 March 2016, page 18

Rainworth man harassed ex outside nursery

Rainworth man harassed ex outside nursery

A Rainworth man who accused his ex-partner of cheating on him outside a nursery, shortly after police warned him not to contact her, has been convicted of harassment. Stephen Leigh Chuter, 38, of Harrow Close, denied harassing the woman in a trial at...

 
National Puppy Day: 28 sleepy puppies that understand your morning struggle

National Puppy Day: 28 sleepy puppies that understand your morning struggle

Gently sliding off the covers, dipping your toe into the cold, harsh world outside, and actually getting the majority of your body out of the bed – it’s tough. We’re tired. Exhausted. Pooped. Having to go to work is a cruel form of daily torture. All...

Metro, 05:50 in Lifestyle
 
Early-morning fisticuffs for March hares

Early-morning fisticuffs for March hares

It’s early, the sun has only just risen, yet already I can hear the drone of the bypass a few miles away as the rush hour traffic picks up. Every part of me is alert and awake. I can’t afford to lose focus for a moment for the horse I am on is fresh...

 

Kieran Dixon desperate to earn Hull KR recall

KIERAN Dixon insists he's doing 'everything in his power' to earn a Hull KR recall as the Robins approach the hectic Easter period. Three matches within seven days including Friday's derby clash with Hull FC, Easter Monday's trip to Wigan Warriors and...

 
Look inside Liverpool's famous Welsh Streets as developers prepare to revamp them

Look inside Liverpool's famous Welsh Streets as developers prepare to revamp them

The first new tenants could move into revamped Welsh Streets homes this year according to the developers chosen by the council to breathe new life into the homes. Earlier this year the city council entered a six-month exclusivity agreement with...

 
Man accused of murdering Liverpool mum Maxine Showers to go on trial today

Man accused of murdering Liverpool mum Maxine Showers to go on trial today

A man accused of murdering Liverpool mum Maxine Showers is set to go on trial today. Michael Williams, 29, of Hinton Street, Fairfield, has admitted killing Ms Showers and pleaded guilty to her manslaughter. But he denies the 42-year-old’s murder over...

 
A fresh look at saving water

A fresh look at saving water

Residents in the North West are among those leading the UK in calling for more to be done to conserve water, according to new research published today. Some 58 per cent of people in the region agree that more needs to be done to conserve and protect...

 
Wellingborough firm appeals for Easter egg donations to support Chelsea’s Angels

Wellingborough firm appeals for Easter egg donations to support Chelsea’s Angels

A Wellingborough firm is urging local companies to donate an Easter egg in support of their annual bid on behalf of local charity Chelsea’s Angels. Recruitment agency Top Team Personnel has already collected more than 100 eggs for the charity, which...

 
Don’t fall victim to online ‘subscription trap’

Don’t fall victim to online ‘subscription trap’

Women aged 50 to 64 are most at risk from ‘subscription traps’, according to new data from Citizens Advice. The schemes are used for a variety of goods and services, but it is health and beauty products such as slimming pills and products as well as...

 
Baby formula extortionist gets eight years for poison threat

Baby formula extortionist gets eight years for poison threat

An Auckland businessman who threatened to poison baby formula bound for China in a bid to blackmail New Zealand’s multi-billion dollar dairy industry has been jailed for more than eight years. Related: Baby formula poison threat had financial motive,...

 

The ten best derby moments between Hull KR and Hull FC

With the highly-anticipated Good Friday derby on the horizon, the Mail looks back at memorable matches over the last ten seasons. 1: HULL KR'S FIRST PLAY-OFF WIN AND what a place to get it. The Robins secured a comfortable 21-4 success at the home of...

 

Former Nottinghamshire miner at Thoresby Colliery turns his hand to signwriting

After spending 21 years down the pits, former miner Jay Chapman now enjoys the great outdoors in his new career – as a signwriter. The 44-year-old decorates pub and deli chalkboards, shop signs and vehicles for local businesses, and canal boats using...

 
Nottingham Forest talking point: It's time for change writes Barry Cooper

Nottingham Forest talking point: It's time for change writes Barry Cooper

Losing to your arch rivals in any game is never a pleasant experience, and it isn't something you look back on with any particularly fond memories. But Saturday was a little different when Forest lost to a goal struck just ten minutes from time at the...

 
Guildhall development to have student accomodation and hotel is not guarenteed

Guildhall development to have student accomodation and hotel is not guarenteed

Student accommodation will become part of the plan to revamp the Guildhall - even though the council said it was "not our preference." A meeting of the executive board at Nottingham City Council signed off the plans to sell the iconic...

 
Shocking number of animal cruelty cases in Nottinghamshire revealed by RSPCA

Shocking number of animal cruelty cases in Nottinghamshire revealed by RSPCA

The RSPCA has revealed the number of cases of animal cruelty in Nottinghamshire in 2015. More than eight cases of animal cruelty are being reported in Nottinghamshire every day. New figures released by the RSPCA show that there were 3,127 reports in...

 


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