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  • Little Sam Allardyce makes Bury debut against grandad's former team

    July 20, 2018 10:10 AM 7

    Little Sam came on in the 81st minute of the game, alongside fellow youngster Callum Dolan, for first teamers Adam Thompson and Stephen Dawson. Bury went ahead against the Toffees in the 43th minute after a cross was brought down by Neil Danns who finished past veteran goalkeeper Maarten Stekelenburg. Marco Silva's side would level in the middle of the second

  • Teacher given whole box of Maltesers for putting up with absolute little shit for a year

    July 20, 2018 10:05 AM 8

    A TEACHER who kept her temper with an outstandingly horrible adolescent girl for a full year has been rewarded with a £3 box of Maltesers. Joanna Kramer has endured constant provocation from 14-year-old Nikki Hollis since last September and has now been thanked with a gift worth less than a babysitter gets per hour. Kramer said: “No reward would be adequate

  • Still time to nominate your own Southend Hospital star

    July 20, 2018 10:00 AM 7

    THERE is still time to get your nominations in for this year’s Hospital Heroes Patients’ Choice awards. Southend Hospital has once again joined forces with the Echo and Southend Standard to help find three shortlisted nominees deserving of the coveted patients’ choice award. The awards are a great opportunity for patients and their friends and family

  • How to have a brilliant DIY funeral

    July 20, 2018 8:53 AM 8

    Instead of an overpriced funeral company one, use the cardboard box your washing machine came in. You might have to jiggle the limbs around a bit, but at least it’s biodegradable. Alternatively use an old Ikea wardrobe that’s falling apart. If the deceased loved mooching around Ikea buying tea lights, what a great way to go! “Jeff loved cycling. His life was a joyous

  • Prince Charles recreates home at Buckingham Palace

    July 20, 2018 8:13 AM 7

    Members of the public can get a glimpse of the Prince of Wales' home, as he moves some of his most treasured items to the Queen's home, Buckingham Palace, for an exhibition to mark his 70th birthday. More than 100 pieces - from private paintings and personal photographs to ornaments and soft furnishings - have been selected by Prince Charles for the "Prince

  • Porsche turns heads at bosses donate £500 to appeal

    July 20, 2018 7:51 AM 8

    A SPORTS car worth more than £44,000 cut an unusual sight outside Great Western Hospital’s front doors. Staff from the Porsche Centre Swindon parked the speedy red 718 Boxster outside the Marlborough Road hospital as they presented a £500 cheque for the Brighter Futures Special Care Baby Unit appeal. The cash will go towards new state-of-the-art incubators

  • Philip Hammond calls Brexiteer ‘stupid woman’ for asking question sending Rees-Mogg raging

    July 20, 2018 7:43 AM 6

    PHILIP Hammond found himself at the centre of sexism allegations after he was seen mouthing “stupid woman” at a female Tory Brexiteer during a session in the House of Commons. He allegedly asked colleagues when they had last seen a female train driver, before pointing out there was no physical bar to them doing the job. As he explained how simple the job of driving

  • Ireland threatens to BLOCK UK planes in revenge for Brexit

    July 20, 2018 7:33 AM 6

    JACOB Rees-Mogg has branded Leo Varadkar an “airhead” after the Irish Prime Minister threatened to ban British planes from the skies above his country. Mr Varadkar issued the warning as a fresh row threatened to overshadow Theresa May’s 24-hour visit to Northern Ireland. He said the flight-ban would be a tit-for-tat response if Mrs May blocked Irish

  • Two small fires in Barlby believed to have been started deliberately

    July 20, 2018 7:03 AM 6

    FIREFIGHTERS dealt with two small fires in the same street in a village near Selby on Thursday evening. A crew from Selby were called to a report of a fire in the open on Barlby Road, Barlby, at about 8.20pm. This was a fire to a small amount of cut shrubs and wood. The crew used one hose reel and a pitchfork to put out the flames. A crew from Selby

  • Flights diverted after Gatwick emergency landing and fluid spillage

    July 20, 2018 6:39 AM 12

    British Airways says a "priority landing" at Gatwick airport was requested as a precaution due to a technical fault on a plane. Eight flights had to be diverted - two from Thomas Cook, one Thompson service and five operated by EasyJet. The BA Airbus A320, coming in from Naples, touched down at about 12.30am on Friday. A spokesman for the airport told Sky News the plane