News archive from 23 April 2015, page 10

Hull City: Mo Diame ready to boost Tigers' survival chances

Hull City: Mo Diame ready to boost Tigers' survival chances

MOHAMED Diame is in contention for a first Premier League start of 2015 as Hull City prepare for a crucial test away to Crystal Palace on Saturday. A gradual introduction back into first-team action has so far limited Diame to substitute appearances...

 

St George's Day recipe: There's a fry-up in this pie and breakfast will never be the same again

Celebrate St George's Day 2015 by combining two of the country's most loved dishes: the full English breakfast and the humble pie. There may be a general election fast approaching but I've discovered that if you REALLY want to rile people's passions...

Metro, 06:12 in Lifestyle
 

Can you help find these Hillsborough heroes who tried to save lives on the pitch?

These images show 18 unidentified Hillsborough disaster witnesses who fought to save some of the 96 victims. Detectives investigating the 1989 tragedy want to interview these people - believed to be 15 fans, two police officers and a match steward -...

 

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Bursts of colour to launch run

Bursts of colour to launch run

A sea of colour was thrown into the air at Wakefield's busiest shopping centre to celebrate the launch of the Wakefield Hospice Colour Run, which takes place in June. The hospice, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year, hopes to raise...

 
Mum was ‘let down’ by NHS

Mum was ‘let down’ by NHS

THE DEVASTATED daughter of a woman who died after doctors missed a cancerous tumour on her bowel said she had been "massively let down" by the NHS. Jane Foster’s mum Patricia Sebine, 76, of Killingbeck, died two weeks after doctors at St...

 

Sugar blamed for obesity epidemic

Excess sugar and carbohydrates - not physical inactivity - are behind the surge in obesity, health experts have claimed. Writing in the British Journal Of Sports Medicine, they said poor diet now generates more disease than physical inactivity,...

 
Big knight out at Conisbrough Castle

Big knight out at Conisbrough Castle

Get ready for battle at historic Conisbrough Castle next month and brush up on your medieval sword skills. The English Heritage property will be holding a three day workshop for youngsters to get to grips with weapons and see some thrilling combat...

 
Doncaster College open day

Doncaster College open day

Prospective students are invited to find out more about the courses available to them at a college open day. The event will be held at The Hub in Doncaster College today from 4pm to 6pm. Tutors will be available to offer advice to students on what...

 
Cricket star to join ramblers

Cricket star to join ramblers

A cricket star is set to join about 400 ramblers at the start of this year's Rainbow Ramble in aid of Legacy Rainbow House. Callum Flynn, the 20-year-old star of the England physical disability cricket team, is the first player in the physical...

 
New £100m vision to transform Sunderland to be revealed today

New £100m vision to transform Sunderland to be revealed today

A NEW vision for the heart of Sunderland will be revealed today. Siglion, the company spearheading a £100million-plus transformation of the city, will be outlining its plans to an invited audience at its official launch. The company – a joint venture...

 
Less optimism amongst Lancashire farmers, says new report

Less optimism amongst Lancashire farmers, says new report

Farmers are now feeling less optimistic about the future than they did in 2014, according to a survey conducted in partnership with Lancashire accountancy firm Moore and Smalley. The survey, undertaken at the agricultural show LAMMA 2015, is based on...

 
Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray eager to get the job done against Crewe Alexandra

Coventry City boss Tony Mowbray eager to get the job done against Crewe Alexandra

Tony Mowbray will tell his Coventry City players to go out to get the job done on Saturday when they face Crewe Alexandra in their final home match of the season. The Sky Blues boss wants maximum points from the Ricoh Arena clash rather than having to...

 
Hull KR: 'We have squad to deal with injuries' says Chris Chester

Hull KR: 'We have squad to deal with injuries' says Chris Chester

Hull KR coach Chris Chester has backed his side to cope amid injury problems which have forced a reshuffle of his back division. Centres Darrell Goulding and Liam Salter have been ruled out of Saturday's game at Catalans Dragons because of injury,...

 
Boy’s cancer inspires big fundraising effort

Boy’s cancer inspires big fundraising effort

The family of a three-year-old boy taken to hospital with earache were devastated to be told he has leukaemia - but are staying positive by launching a £10,000 fundraising campaign to help other young sufferers. Little Lucas Devaney, of Gosberton...

 


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