News archive from 30 May 2013, page 18

Children play part to spruce up area

Children play part to spruce up area

They are also planning to call on the youngsters to help repaint equipment on the site. And the PCSOs have contacted nearby families to ask for assistance with the project. Clearance Suites Hamil Furniture View details Print voucher Clearance prices...

 
How the fairer sex ruled the Roman world

How the fairer sex ruled the Roman world

"But these women took huge risks," she continued. "They tasted glory and tragedy and changed the history of the world." Tuning in late, I originally thought she was talking about Gladys Knight and the Pips. There was Livia, for...

 
Street's bird art has finally landed

Street's bird art has finally landed

The project was given thousands of pounds of funding last year. Ella Street Residents' Association created the project and voluntary co-ordinator Rick Welton is thrilled with the finished result. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered...

 
Funding laid on for celebration of food

Funding laid on for celebration of food

She has been given £3,000 of funding by Northern Powergrid, Balfour Beatty and SCD Group, which have been carrying out roadworks in the village. The festival is also being supported with a £1,000 donation from Innovating Space, the developer building...

 
Jockey Club raises £24.7m through bond issue

Jockey Club raises £24.7m through bond issue

The Jockey Club says it has raised £24.7m for its Racecourse Bond, exceeding the company's expectations and its original target of £15m. The bond offered the general public the chance to invest in horseracing. Punters were invited to invest between...

BBC, 07:19 in Business
 
UK house prices saw modest rise in May, Nationwide says

UK house prices saw modest rise in May, Nationwide says

UK house prices recorded a "modest" rise in May, increasing by 0.4%, according to the latest survey from the Nationwide building society. It said the increase provided further support for "the view that the housing market is gradually...

BBC, 07:19 in Business
 
We'll create 1,600 jobs, pledges Derby developer

We'll create 1,600 jobs, pledges Derby developer

Developer Compendium Living anticipates that around 320 jobs will be created during the first phase of the five-phase project. It estimates that, over the life of the scheme, due to be completed in 15 to 20 years' time, it will provide work for 1,600,...

 
Five reasons to buy a Telegraph today!

Five reasons to buy a Telegraph today!

2. Half Term Days Out - We have some amazing money saving offers for you, including a great 2-for-1 Entry offer to Drayton Manor in today's Derby Telegraph! All you need to do is cut out the voucher for your chosen attraction, attach the correct...

 
'FAMOUS FACES ARE EVERYWHERE'

'FAMOUS FACES ARE EVERYWHERE'

After spending a few days in the resort, Gurmit, of Derby, said he had managed to make a deal with an Italian distributor. He said: "I made 7 Reasons Why with a lot of local Derby talent but the thing is, UK distributors don't want to talk to you...

 
Friends of beauty spot appeal for help to fund area clean-up

Friends of beauty spot appeal for help to fund area clean-up

Now the Friends of Markeaton Brook are hoping to do something about it. Members are appealing for help to hire conservationists so they can clear it of rubbish. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247 View details...

 

Sherwood MP Mark Spencer calls for review on speeding laws

A major review of the laws on speeding and sentencing needs to take place to ensure better safety on the roads. That’s the view of Hucknall MP Mark Spencer who obtained a debate in the House of Commons to discuss Road Traffic Offences (Sentencing). Mr...

 
Devastated family ask: Why didn't you tell us dad was dying?

Devastated family ask: Why didn't you tell us dad was dying?

Malcolm had been a resident at Bupa-run care home Saltshouse Haven, in east Hull. Bupa said staff could not get through to the family when he was admitted to hospital, despite trying two numbers. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered...

 
Guide dog attacked by 'violent' Staffie

Guide dog attacked by 'violent' Staffie

It left both owner and animal badly shaken. Mr Watts, who suffers from a degenerative eyesight condition, said: "I was walking along and two staffies leapt out at me. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247...

 
Why was rapist free to walk city streets?

Why was rapist free to walk city streets?

Haylemaryam, 28, dragged his first victim off Spring Bank after spotting the 20-year-old student carrying her shoes after a night out in 2004. He was not charged because of a lack of evidence. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered...

 
Calls for more clarity over energy subsidies

Calls for more clarity over energy subsidies

John Cridland, the director general of the Confederation of British Industry, believes the Government's long-awaited Energy Bill could run out of parliamentary time in the run-up to the 2015 general election. The bill was earmarked in the Queen's...

 


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