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United_Kingdom News

  • ATHLETICS: Join the Saturday parkrun - it’s free 27 Apr 2017 20:45 Rugby Advertiser Rugby Runners inviting everyone to join in This Saturday (April 29) Rugby Runners - the road running arm of Rugby & Northampton Athletics Club - will be taking over Rugby parkrun and would like to invite all runners in the town to join in. Since its …
  • Pro-active policing team make drug arrest 27 Apr 2017 20:39 Ilkeston Advertiser Pro-active officers from Safer Neighbourhood teams in Erewash have arrested a suspected drug dealer in Sandiacre. The arrest came earlier this month as officers from the teams were involved in pro-active late night patrols of the area targeting burglary, …
  • Two children in every Derbyshire classroom suffer abuse 27 Apr 2017 20:39 Ilkeston Advertiser Thousands of Derbyshire children are set to be reached by a new campaign urging them to speak out. The campaign comes after it was revealed two children in every classroom suffer abuse. Supermarket chain Lidl has joined forces with the NSPCC children’s …
  • Youths smashed a bottle of whisky over teen’s hand and made threats 27 Apr 2017 20:39 Ilkeston Advertiser Derbyshire Police who are investigating an attack in a Long Eaton park are appealing for any witnesses to come forward. The incident happened at around 5.30pm on Saturday, April 22, when the 16 year-old victim was playing football with his friends on West …
  • Well-wishers send their love to brave Bradley Lowery 27 Apr 2017 20:37 Sunderland Echo Well-wishers took to social media to send their thoughts to brave Bradley Lowery after mum Gemma revealed he was too ill to lead out his beloved Sunderland. The Blackhall youngster, who is battling brain cancer neuroblastoma, was due to be the team’s …
  • How much money does the UK pay to the EU? 27 Apr 2017 20:37 Sunderland Echo The UK makes a net contribution to the EU of around £199 million a week, according to the latest official estimates. The figure for 2015 is included in the breakdown of the UK's current account, known as the Pink Book, published by the Office for …
  • Work moves on at Enterprise Zone 27 Apr 2017 20:14 News Post Leader Work to create more jobs and attract new businesses to Blyth is continuing. Officials behind the East Sleekburn enterprise zone are continuing their efforts to make it a premier UK location for sustainable development. And they have been bolstered with …
  • Award winning clothing firm keen to help autistic children 27 Apr 2017 20:14 News Post Leader An award-winning company is creating clothing suitable for children on the autism spectrum. Ashington-based The All-in-One Company, with the help of local autistic children, has teamed up with the National Autistic Society to produce The Sensory Oneside. …
  • Aileen’s marathon effort for campaign 27 Apr 2017 20:14 News Post Leader A woman originally from Newbiggin who went Down Under in her early 30s came back to the UK to run the London Marathon on Sunday. And Aileen Robinson has thanked family and friends in Northumberland for their donations as she also took part in the 26. …
  • Theatre at the Mill hosts film festival tour 27 Apr 2017 20:12 Larne Times Next week Theatre at the Mill will be hosting the Banff Mountain Film Festival World Tour over the course of two nights. The ‘World Tour’ comes hot on the heels of the annual film festival which is held in Canada each year, The festival draws some of the …