News archive from 31 May 2013, page 15

Lewis Mighty and his amazing legacy

Lewis Mighty and his amazing legacy

So strong was the feeling throughout the community, so rich the desire to try to save this young lad's life, that more than £230,000 was raised to pay for the treatment he needed to fight the disease. But in the end, it beat him. Business Cards From...

 
Warning to illegal match-day car park firms

Warning to illegal match-day car park firms

Derby City Council has been cracking down on illegal car parks on Pride Park since Christmas, with planning enforcement officers persuading several to shut down. But Councillor Sara Bolton, planning control committee chairwoman, said six car parks...

 
Police seize 100 illegal cars in Staffordshire crackdown

Police seize 100 illegal cars in Staffordshire crackdown

The operation sees unsuspecting motorists pulled over by officers after having their details recorded by ANPR cameras across the city. And today Mr Ellis, below right, deemed the initiative a 'great success'. He said: "The operation has been...

 
MILLA JOVOVICH CHEERS UP HUSBAND WITH NUDE PHOTOS

MILLA JOVOVICH CHEERS UP HUSBAND WITH NUDE PHOTOS

MILLA JOVOVICH has a saucy way of cheering up her husband when they are thousands of miles apart - she sends him photos of herself naked. The model-turned-actress is married to moviemaker Paul W.S. Anderson but their busy careers can often keep the...

 

Sink or swim for Spen Pool?

I can't help but be amused at the spate of words about the future of Spenborough Pool from the by-election candidates. Do none of them realise that if it hadn’t been for the foresight of the former Tory-controlled Spenborough Council, we wouldn’t have...

 

Brownies group in Oakham bake cakes to raise funds for children’s charity Sparks

A brownies group held a cake sale to raise funds for a children's medical research charity. Children and leaders from the 1st Oakham Brownies hosted Bake for Bumps at Oakham Guide Hall which raised £125 for Sparks. The charity is currently funding a...

 
Fire crews attend blaze in Ingoldmells

Fire crews attend blaze in Ingoldmells

There is severe damage to to the first floor and roof space of the pub. Fire crews used 8 appliances, one Hydraulic Platform, and one Water Carrier at the scene. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247 View details...

 
In the courts of Lincolnshire...

In the courts of Lincolnshire...

Stephen Charles Johnson, 51, of 26 Mildenhall Drive, Lincoln, pleaded guilty at Lincoln Magistrates' Court to possession of 74.03g of diamorphine with intent to supply. He was committed to Lincoln Crown Court for sentencing. Elizabeth Lisa King, 34,...

 
Car thief's regret for victim

Car thief's regret for victim

"It was really good," said the man, named only as Daniel. "It makes you more aware. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247 View details Print voucher Our heavyweight cards have FREE UV silk coating,...

 
Masked raiders terrorise pensioner in his Grimsby flat

Masked raiders terrorise pensioner in his Grimsby flat

But as he opened the door, two men in army-style masks, hoods, gloves and dark clothing barged through and hit him on the head with a bar, knocking him briefly unconscious. When he came to, one of the men had a knee in his back as another fled with...

 
'Vile' slaughter of ducklings in People's Park sparks outrage

'Vile' slaughter of ducklings in People's Park sparks outrage

They are also investigating claims that some ducklings were stomped on and that a live bird was posted through the letterbox of a resident living near the park. The story, published on yesterday's front page, has sparked public outrage, with many...

 
Town legend's legacy to live on in Ireland match

Town legend's legacy to live on in Ireland match

The historic match - well-known to Grimsby fans - saw Town play without a keeper. On the day, the starting keeper had flu and was replaced by George. Business Cards From Only £10.95 Delivered www.myprint-247.co.uk myprint-247 View details Print...

 
Cash will help to ditch knives and save lives

Cash will help to ditch knives and save lives

It was founded by PC Steve Jones to persuade young people in the area not to carry and use knives. PC Jones, who visits local schools as part of the scheme, said: "I started in the Metropolitan Police, and in London, and the large cities, knife...

 
X marks the spot as Ella's dad's holiday village plan is welcomed

X marks the spot as Ella's dad's holiday village plan is welcomed

The Tetney businessman first made the application 18 months ago. However, a more detailed application has now been submitted to North East Lincolnshire Council, which is likely to make its decision on the plans by late summer. The proposed development...

 
Pink bench unveiled in memory of Nicole

Pink bench unveiled in memory of Nicole

The brave Louth girl had already beaten the disease once while in primary school, but this time it was discovered at too late a stage for her to recover. Despite the sad news, mum Samantha said Nicole - who was just 17 - kept on smiling and acted as...

 


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