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  1. Sheffield mum wants your help to find muggers who beat son unconscious for his scooter

    Thestar.co.uk - England 01.17 / 20:49 www.thestar.co.uk
    A mother who says muggers beat her son unconscious in Sheffield and took his treasured scooter has appealed for help to catch the…
  2. Hampshire fire crews train for chemical incidents

    Eastleighnews.co.uk - Eastleigh 01.17 / 20:33 eastleighnews.co.uk
    Terror attacks at a leisure centre, acid burns from corrosive chemicals and chronic sickness caused by a mystery white powder may sound like an episode of CSI. However, these nightmare scenarios are the events that Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service have recently been training their crews to deal with at Gibraltar Barracks, Yateley. Firefighters were put through three immersive exercises designed to make sure the Service is prepared for every possible incident including those involving…
  3. Bannview Medical Practice: Health minister says Southern Trust could step in to take on contract

    Northern Ireland's health minister Michelle O'Neill has said that the Southern Trust could step in and take on the take on a GP contract at the crisis-hit Bannview Medical…
  4. Former Miss Scotland Nieve Jennings announces pregnancy on social media

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 01.17 / 19:51 eveningtimes.co.uk
    Former Miss Scotland Nieve King (née Jennings) has announced that she is pregnant with her first child on a popular social media …
  5. Maidstone musician Jeffrey Vaughan Martin to be remembered with a concert featuring more than 250 performers

    Kentonline.co.uk - Maidstone 01.17 / 19:48 www.kentonline.co.uk
    More than 250 musicians from Kent and beyond will take part in a concert to celebrate the life and contribution of a renowned local…
  6. Musical extends the festive fun

    If you're one of those people who'd work in a Christmas shop for free, then worry not - Pendle Hippodrome Youth Theatre is extending the festive period with this family…
  7. Mum appeals for help to make comfort toys for premature babies

    Herefordtimes.com - Herefordshire 01.17 / 19:19 herefordtimes.com
    A MUM whose premature baby passed away when she was less than three months old is asking for help to make comfort…
  8. Hospital appeals to trace relatives after Sheffield woman's death

    Thestar.co.uk - England 01.17 / 18:48 www.thestar.co.uk
    A hospital in Sheffield has appealed for relatives of an elderly woman to get in touch after it appears she died without any family being…
  1. Sheffield mum wants your help to find muggers who beat son unconscious for his scooter

    Thestar.co.uk - England 01.17 / 20:49 www.thestar.co.uk
    A mother who says muggers beat her son unconscious in Sheffield and took his treasured scooter has appealed for help to catch the…
  2. Hampshire fire crews train for chemical incidents

    Eastleighnews.co.uk - Eastleigh 01.17 / 20:33 eastleighnews.co.uk
    Terror attacks at a leisure centre, acid burns from corrosive chemicals and chronic sickness caused by a mystery white powder may sound like an episode of CSI. However, these nightmare scenarios are the events that Hampshire Fire and Rescue Service have recently been training their crews to deal with at Gibraltar Barracks, Yateley. Firefighters were put through three immersive exercises designed to make sure the Service is prepared for every possible incident including those involving…
  3. Maidstone musician Jeffrey Vaughan Martin to be remembered with a concert featuring more than 250 performers

    Kentonline.co.uk - Maidstone 01.17 / 19:48 www.kentonline.co.uk
    More than 250 musicians from Kent and beyond will take part in a concert to celebrate the life and contribution of a renowned local…
  4. Musical extends the festive fun

    If you're one of those people who'd work in a Christmas shop for free, then worry not - Pendle Hippodrome Youth Theatre is extending the festive period with this family…
  5. Mum appeals for help to make comfort toys for premature babies

    Herefordtimes.com - Herefordshire 01.17 / 19:19 herefordtimes.com
    A MUM whose premature baby passed away when she was less than three months old is asking for help to make comfort…
  6. Hospital appeals to trace relatives after Sheffield woman's death

    Thestar.co.uk - England 01.17 / 18:48 www.thestar.co.uk
    A hospital in Sheffield has appealed for relatives of an elderly woman to get in touch after it appears she died without any family being…
  7. Jail sentences for Workington attack duo

    Cumbriacrack.com - Cumbria 01.17 / 18:35 www.cumbriacrack.com
    Cumbria Crack: TWO men have been handed jail sentences for their respective roles in a Workington…
  8. Two arrested in Adam Watt murder investigation

    Hemeltoday.co.uk - Hertfordshire, Hemel Hempstead 01.17 / 17:56 hemeltoday.co.uk
    Two people have been arrested by police as they continue a murder investigation into the death of Adam…
  1. Former Miss Scotland Nieve Jennings announces pregnancy on social media

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 01.17 / 19:51 eveningtimes.co.uk
    Former Miss Scotland Nieve King (née Jennings) has announced that she is pregnant with her first child on a popular social media …
  2. Ice Hockey – Dobron under scrutiny by discipline bosses

    Edinburgh Capitals’ player/coach Michal Dobron is under review by the Department of Player Safety (DOPS) after receiving a match penalty in Sunday’s home defeat by Fife Flyers. The decision on the slew footing penalty is expected on Wednesday afternoon and could impact on this weekend’s fixtures. Edinburgh, who remain bottom of the ten-strong Elite League […
  3. Oxbridge success for Loretto pupils

    Loretto School is celebrating after three of their pupils have been offered a place this year at Cambridge and Oxford Universities. Three pupils at Loretto School have received Oxbridge offers this term: Lawrence Bissell (from Inveresk) has an offer from Trinity Hall, Cambridge to read Natural Sciences. Kate Mackay (from Haddington) has an offer from Clare College, Cambridge to [&#…
  4. £1,500 SHEEP STOLEN FROM FIELD – LOCKERBIE

    Dgwgo.com - Scotland 01.17 / 17:05 www.dgwgo.com
    Police Scotland officers at Lockerbie want the help of the public in an investigation involving the theft of ten sheep from fields near to Applegarth School, Lockerbie. The sheep appear to have been stolen sometime between Thursday 12 and Monday 16 January 2017. The farmer who owns the sheep checked them on Monday morning only…
  5. Redevelopment work begins at St John’s

    St John’s Hospital may still feel like a new addition to the NHS fold to some, but it needs a facelift and a £3.5m redevelopment has now begun. This will include a theatre for eye and hand surgery within the existing Ward 20 where patients will be cared for. There will be a new day surgery […
  6. Trainspotting star Robert Carlyle kept away from family in Glasgow because he brought psycho Begbie home with him

    Eveningtimes.co.uk - Glasgow 01.17 / 15:27 eveningtimes.co.uk
    Robert Carlyle kept away from his family in Glasgow while filming T2 Trainspotting because he was bringing his psycho character Begbie home with …
  7. Jim issues a ticket to read with new book

    Hawick bus driver Jim Inglis is offering passengers a magical mystery tour following the release of his science fiction book A Magic…
  8. £29 Million to Build Fairer Scotland

    Dgwgo.com - Scotland 01.17 / 14:03 www.dgwgo.com
    First Minister opens new funding for communities and third sector. Community and third sector projects across Scotland that try new ways to tackle poverty and improve people’s lives can now apply for a share of £29 million ‎funding, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has announced. The Scottish Government will direct £18.9 million into a new Aspiring ̷…
  1. Bannview Medical Practice: Health minister says Southern Trust could step in to take on contract

    Northern Ireland's health minister Michelle O'Neill has said that the Southern Trust could step in and take on the take on a GP contract at the crisis-hit Bannview Medical…
  2. ‘Patricia fought her illness so bravely’

    Tyronetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 01.17 / 16:11 www.tyronetimes.co.uk
    Hundreds turned out to say their goodbyes to ‘inspiring’ Cookstown schoolteacher 
Patrician Compton, who passed away on…
  3. Fine Gael making strange overtures to Sinn Féin

    Belfastmediagroup.com - Belfast 01.17 / 15:46 belfastmediagroup.com
      NO Sunday morning is ever complete without an extended browse through the (electronic) pages of my second-favourite Irish news organ, The Sindo. I always find something that encourages me to think further on a given topic; often (but not always) the pen of Eilis O’Hanlon or (more recently) Mairia Cahill will gently lead me […
  4. Northern Ireland legal chief trying to muzzle Parliament, former minister says

    A Tory former minister has accused the director of public prosecutions in Northern Ireland of trying to "muzzle"…
  5. Preparing for the big snow… if it actually arrives

    Belfastmediagroup.com - Belfast 01.17 / 15:45 belfastmediagroup.com
      AT this time of year, Dúlra finds himself spending way too much money on food. Instead of a single loaf or litre of bread, he buys two or even three. And he tosses an extra box of teabags into the supermarket trolley and enough beans to feed a posse of cowboys. The problem is, …
  6. Time running out in quest for truth

    Belfastmediagroup.com - Belfast 01.17 / 15:25 belfastmediagroup.com
    IT was that type of rain that was enough to soak your hair but not enough to make the awkwardness of the umbrella worth it. The ground was wet and slippy in the graveyard, so as she made her way to throw soil on her son’s coffin five people moved around her to make sure […
  7. Police justified in using taser to stop man with knife at Cookstown home

    Tyronetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 01.17 / 15:10 www.tyronetimes.co.uk
    The use of a taser to subdue a man who was about to stab himself at a Cookstown home, was justified said the Police…
  8. Mums who pile on pounds while eating for two ‘don’t harm unborn child’

    Colerainetimes.co.uk - Northern Ireland 01.17 / 14:45 colerainetimes.co.uk
    Eating for two while pregnant doesn't harm the unborn child, according to new…
  1. Chinese New Year event in Newport

    It is not often dragons are seen in the area – but with plans for a town’s Chinese New Year celebrations gearing up the sight is about to become more com…
  2. Masked men ransack Holyhead flat in revenge attack

    The story was told at Caernarfon Crown Court when the pair pleaded guilty to burglary with intent to cause criminal…
  3. School provides shelter for homeless people

    A RUTHIN high school raised enough money to provide shelter for nine days for 35 homeless people over the Christmas…
  4. Ysgol Borthyn touched by kindess of community after heartbreaking vandalism

    A SCHOOL that suffered a sickening vandalism attack has been touched by the outpouring of kindness from the…
  5. Petition calls for council to turn its back on church in £10m Bala super school row

    A petition calling on a council to turn its back on the Church in Wales in a row over a new £10m super school for Bala has gathered hundreds of …
  6. Denbigh mums who battled cancer raise a thousand pounds for Syrian children

    Two mums who battled cancer together pulled together to raise more than a thousand pounds for Syrian…
  7. Fourth Man Arrested Over Newport Murder

    41 year old Jan Jedrzejewski died in hospital after being found in the…