News archive from 27 June 2013, page 13

Security firm G4S makes £5m of savings for Lincolnshire Police

A security company has been able to make £5m of savings for a police force a year after taking over its back office functions. Lincolnshire Police signed a £200m contract with G4S, the world’s largest security company, last April. At the time G4S...

 
Motorist denies causing death of motorbike rider

Motorist denies causing death of motorbike rider

Father-of-two Mr Eastwood, 27, died following an incident outside Tollbar Academy, in Station Road, New Waltham. Ma appeared before Grimsby magistrates for a hearing that was also attended by members of Mr Eastwood's family. BLINDS & CURTAINS MADE...

 

Real Madrid offer Spurs Di Maria in huge Gareth Bale bid

REAL MADRID have offered readies and players to Tottenham in the hope of welcoming new boss Carlo Ancelotti with the mother of all presents – Gareth Bale. The Daily Mirror says that Argentina winger Angel Di Maria is one of several stars that the...

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'Disability link' with Spain deaths

Jun 27 2013 An apparent murder-suicide involving a family of three in Spain may be linked to the daughter's disability, it is understood. It is believed a note left at their home, where a man and a mother and her daughter were found dead, said the...

 

Man accused of causing explosion at Nick Boles’ office remanded in custody

A man accused of a causing an explosion at the office of Stamford and Bourne MP Nick Boles was today (Wednesday) remanded in custody again at Lincoln Crown Court. Paul Leverseidge, 24, of Marquess Court, Bourne, is accused of criminal damage with...

 
Plans to help relieve town's traffic issues

Plans to help relieve town's traffic issues

Tesco had promised to introduce a computerised traffic flow system to control the town's traffic lights when it built an extension onto the old Lidl site at Springs Parade. However, now that the move has fallen through, North Lincolnshire Council...

 

Collectors snap up British art

Masterworks by British contemporary art giants Francis Bacon and David Hockney have sold as part of a £75 million bonanza. A 1966 triptych portrait of Bacon's friend, muse and lover Isabel Rawsthorne went for £11,282,500 while the first work the...

 
Proposed Aldi store would create up to 30 local jobs

Proposed Aldi store would create up to 30 local jobs

The proposed site is currently occupied by the Sandicliffe Ford car dealership, just down from the Sainsbury's store which opened on Nottingham Road in 2010. An Aldi spokesman said: "The proposed site offers a real opportunity to provide the...

 
Cleared sex assault students want college return

Cleared sex assault students want college return

Following the jury's verdicts, Judge David Tremberg told the students: "That's the end of the matter and you can leave this court without a stain on your character." Now, Mr Johnson, of Tickton, and Mr Price, of Rotherham, are set to ask the...

 

Collectors snap up British art

Masterworks by British contemporary art giants Francis Bacon and David Hockney have sold as part of a £75 million bonanza. A 1966 triptych portrait of Bacon's friend, muse and lover Isabel Rawsthorne went for £11,282,500 while the first work the...

 
Pupils raise cash for two charity organisations

Pupils raise cash for two charity organisations

Pupils from St Aidan's Church of England Technology College have raised £1,721, for charity through the school's annual readathon. The pupils were tasked with reading as many books as possible in return for sponsorship. The money raised will go to...

 

Hospital collects 1,000th donation

Birmingham Women's Hospital has collected its 1,000th cord blood unit since it opened in July 2012. Blood from the umbilical cord is normally disposed of after birth, but it can be used in lifesaving stem cell transplants for patients with blood...

 

Collectors snap up British art

Masterworks by British contemporary art giants Francis Bacon and David Hockney have sold as part of a £75 million bonanza. A 1966 triptych portrait of Bacon's friend, muse and lover Isabel Rawsthorne went for £11,282,500 while the first work the...

 
Buxton sixth formers visit Westminster with High Peak MP

Buxton sixth formers visit Westminster with High Peak MP

Business and economics students from Buxton Community School took a trip to Westminister recently for a tour of Parliament with MP Andrew Bingham. They visited the House of Commons and House of Lords, as well as asking Mr Bingham about being an MP and...

 

First glimpse inside town’s new theatre

The colourful interior of Doncaster's new theatre Cast has been revealed for the first time. The builders behind the £22 million venue have released this photo showing off the plush new inside of the venue which will open on September 6. The picture...

 


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