News archive from 29 September 2015, page 10

Charge for Anglesey pre-school clubs planned by council

Charge for Anglesey pre-school clubs planned by council

Parents will have to cough up for new pre-school clubs on Anglesey. Councillors will be asked by officers to back plans to charge mums and dads for pre-school clubs which are set to be in place by April 2016. Parents will have to pay for pupils who...

 
Leeds nostalgia: Strike passes peacefully

Leeds nostalgia: Strike passes peacefully

On this day in 1945, Leeds city centre came to a standstill after a strike march by transport workers. By Saturday September 29, the strike was already into its fifth day but showed no signs of ending. Strikers marched in an orderly fashion through...

 
Coldingham Sands clean up

Coldingham Sands clean up

Coldingham Primary School children, staff and volunteers recently cleaned 7.6kg of rubbish from Coldingham Sands as part of the Marine Conservation Society's Beachwatch project. Beachwatch is part of a global initiative to survey coastlines around the...

 
Transfer News: Man Utd eye free-kick master, Klopp's Liverpool demands, key Arsenal swoop

Transfer News: Man Utd eye free-kick master, Klopp's Liverpool demands, key Arsenal swoop

Manchester United are interested in adding another central midfielder in January and like Hakan Calhanoglu of Bayer Leverkusen. The 21-year-old, who has been likened to Arsenal's Muset Ozil, has an impressive record despite his tender age. Calhanoglu...

Daily Star, 05:23 in Sport
 

Top five things to see this week: The Goods Line, Arj Barker and Montaigne

Design #TheGoods, Sydney Architecture festival Sydney’s newly opened project, The Goods Line is a 500m passage connecting Central Station’s Devonshire Street tunnel to the Powerhouse museum and will host a full day of activities as part of the Sydney...

 

'Super typhoon' Dujuan kills two and injures hundreds in Taiwan

‘Super typhoon’ Dujuan killed two people and left more than 300 injured in Taiwan after it swept across the island before reaching land in eastern China, authorities said on Tuesday. Almost half a million people are still without electricity in...

 
The Pride Of Britain Awards serve up more inspirational stories

The Pride Of Britain Awards serve up more inspirational stories

Have your hankies at the ready because one of the most moving ceremonies of the year is with us again in The Pride Of Britain Awards Of course, Carol Vorderman is no stranger to The Pride of Britain Awards, but she admits they don't get any easier to...

 

Wallabies Wycliff Palu and Will Skelton ruled out of Rugby World Cup – report

Australia have reportedly suffered a double injury blow at the World Cup, with number eight Wycliff Palu and lock Will Skelton ruled out of the tournament days before their crunch match against England, according to News Limited. Skelton came off the...

Guardian, 05:52 in Sport
 
Takata airbag recall could expand to seven more firms

Takata airbag recall could expand to seven more firms

Image copyright AFP US regulators have told seven carmakers the recall of airbags made by Japan's Takata is likely to expand. The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA) has written to firms including Mercedes-Benz, Jaguar-Land Rover...

BBC, 05:52 in World News
 

Filthy Wirral care home with no baths or showers described by resident as a “waiting room to die”

A filthy Wirral nursing home with no baths or showers was described by one elderly resident as a “waiting room to die”. Ryecroft Private Residential Care Home, in Meols, was also slammed for being short-staffed and unclean, with out-of-date food in...

 

Cycling Scouser on final leg of China to Liverpool trip and hopes to reach Merseyside for derby day

An adventure seeker known as Cycling Scouser is on the final straight of a gruelling 10,000 mile charity bike ride from China to Liverpool. Jaguar Land Rover worker Andrew Rogerson began his adventure in May and now has less than 1,000 miles to go....

 

Where can I park at the new Alder Hey hospital?

A big question on parents’ minds after the new Alder Hey Children’s Hospital opens will be: “Where do I park?” Well, the answer couldn’t be simpler – there’s a 1,200-space seven-storey car park opening right next to the new hospital. The new Alder Hey...

 

Liverpool housing association marks 50th birthday with £50k to help cash-strapped residents

Cash-strapped residents faced with extortionate pay-day loans are being offered a helping hand by a Liverpool housing association born 50 years ago today. Liverpool Housing Trust (LHT) is marking the milestone with a £50,000 investment in two...

 

Chelsea, Arsenal and Man Utd aren't tactically astute enough to compete in Europe

Manchester United, Arsenal and Manchester City all slumped to defeats in their opening group games. Chelsea were the only British representative that emerged with any credit after a 4-0 win over Maccabi Tel Aviv. But former Fulham and Wigan star Jimmy...

 
Mourners pay last respects at funeral for tragic teacher Lewis

Mourners pay last respects at funeral for tragic teacher Lewis

Mourners gathered today for the funeral of a popular Doncaster teacher who died last month. Lewis Siddall, aged 24, was found dead last month, the day after he was assaulted in a Doncaster town centre bar. Lewis Siddall The hearse was followed into...

 


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