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  • ‘Driving standards should improve in wake of crashes’

    December 13, 2017 9:30 AM 8

    Standards of driving on Canvey are below par and need to be improved, the town’s mayor has claimed following a series of serious crashes. In yesterday’s Echo alone, there were reports of a 14-year-old girl being thrown over a car’s bonnet while she attempted to cross the road, and a report on a fatal collision between a man in his 80s and a car. And as a result

  • HuffPost UK Christmas Appeal

    December 13, 2017 8:00 AM 9

    “At home I can manage, like if I want to go to the toilet, I go crawling.” Zaatari Camp in Jordan is home to around 80,000 Syrian refugees. Among them are Hikmat and Abdullah. Hikmat, 12, has a physical disability and uses a wheelchair to get around. He and Abdullah, 11, met around a year ago when Abdullah helped push Hikmat home from school when the person

  • Fancy setting up a business on the grounds of a quaint farm?

    December 13, 2017 8:00 AM 8

    Hemble Hill Farm, in Guisborough, may soon have unused space available for let, if plans go ahead Well, if a recent planning application is successful, you could have the chance to. Hemble Hill Farm, on Middlesbrough Road, may soon have unused buildings available for letting. The farm, near to the Cross Keys Pub, sits in plain view of Roseberry Topping

  • New Little Lever library and health centre plans move step closer

    December 13, 2017 6:02 AM 9

    PLANS to build a new library and health centre in Little Lever have been formally submitted. Designs for the new facility, on the site of the village’s old Tesco Metro, were first revealed last week and have now been sent to Bolton Council’s planning department. It is anticipated the plans will be determined by the council’s planning committee in February

  • Migrants to Bolton tell their stories of loss and hope in Souls Migrated

    December 13, 2017 6:02 AM 9

    A NEW documentary explores the lives of people who left their homeland to settle in Bolton. Souls Migrated: A Story of Loss and Hope has been produced by Bolton-based Women in Neighbourhoods, which received a £10,000 Heritage Lottery Fund to share the experiences of those who moved from different parts of the world to Bolton. The short documentary was shown

  • New Archdeacon of Bolton appointed by Bishop of Manchester

    December 13, 2017 6:01 AM 9

    THE new Archdeacon of Bolton has been appointed by the Bishop of Manchester. Canon Jean Burgess, aged 55, has officially taken up the role and will take up her new post in the week before Easter next year. She replaces The Ven David Bailey, who retired this month after taking up the post in 2008. Jean Burgess said: "I am thrilled to have been appointed

  • Five arrested as police carry out drugs raids on three Brighton properties

    December 13, 2017 6:00 AM 9

    Officers targeted addresses in Pankhurst Avenue, New England Street and Tongdean Lane, Brighton, on December 5. They also raided two hotels in the city centre. Police said the raids were carried out to stem the flow crystal meth into Brighton and Hove. Detective Inspector Julie Wakeford of the Brighton and Hove Community Investigation Team, said: "It is believed

  • Everton's Idrissa Gueye and Ashley Williams one booking away from being banned

    December 13, 2017 5:00 AM 9

    The Blues have already seen Tom Davies suspended for five bookings this term TWO Everton players are walking a disciplinary tightrope ahead of the trip to Newcastle. Ashley Williams and Idrissa Gueye are one booking away from being banned. Williams has been sat on four cautions since the end of October while Gueye - who has already been suspended for a red card against

  • Is there a shortage of 2nd class stamps as Xmas cards get posted

    December 13, 2017 5:00 AM 8

    A Post Office branch in Durham has run out of 2nd class stamps - and blamed a national shortage. Customers at the Newton Hall branch, located inside a Maccolls newsagent, were told about the lack of stamps in a handwritten notice. But bosses at the Post Office say there is NO national shortage of stamps. They are now trying to find out why the notice

  • Woman steals charity tin after distracting worker

    December 13, 2017 4:53 AM 8

    THIS is the moment heartless thieves stole a Poppy Appeal tin from a hotel bar. Police are appealing for information after the incident at the White Lion Hotel, Claremont Road, Seaford, on November 14. The pair can be seen on CCTV walking into the hotel before heading to the bar area. One asks to use the toilet while the other sits down at the bar. The staff