August 16, 2017 1:19 PM Giant jumble sale for Peacemakers in Pickering on Saturday
QUAKERS in Pickering are having a giant jumble sale on Saturday in aid of Peacemakers. John Richardson, one of the organisers, said: “The jumble sale at 19 Castlegate has had to be expanded to accommodate all the new and nearly new clothes. There are suits, dresses, trousers and tops, which are from famous labels. There is also a toy shop, books , handbags 27
July 27, 2017 9:50 PM Suri and McEvoy share lead at European Open
HAMBURG, Germany (AP) - Julian Suri birdied five of the last eight holes to join Richard McEvoy of England for a share of the lead at 6-under 66 in the opening round of the European Open on Thursday. The 26-year-old American started with a birdie but dropped a shot at the second. There were no more bogeys afterward as Suri racked up another six birdies 16
July 22, 2017 5:01 AM UK drone laws: What are the new rules on drone registration?
NEW drone laws are set to be introduced, with plans to usher in registration rules and safety awareness courses for owners of small unmanned aircraft. The government has announced sweeping changes to drone legislation, including mandatory registration for those those who own an aircraft weighing more than 250 grams (8oz). Under the new rules, drone owners 31
July 18, 2017 9:32 PM Royal Birkdale will test the best in golf from start to finish during the Open Championship... 2008 winner Padraig Harrington picks out his four key holes
The Open Championship is back at Royal Birkdale for the first time since 2008 as the biggest names in world golf compete for the Claret Jug at one of the most impressive courses on the circuit. Padraig Harrington was victorious the last time the Championship was played at the Southport course and those wishing to follow in his footsteps will face a tough 21
July 8, 2017 4:00 AM Could you pass our national speed awareness course test?
Here are 10 questions about the laws of our roads- how many can you get right? For those of you who have been caught speeding, a national speed awareness course may well have been your punishment. The £79, four hour course by Drive Safe is offered to drivers as an alternative to points on a licence and a cash fine. New speeding guidelines came into force 26
July 7, 2017 6:42 AM 'Stop blaming everyone!' Ninja Warrior Scott Evennett calls 'bulls**t' on unfit Australians and urges them to 'put down the chip packet'
He's the former Australian commando set to go head-to-head with other bodybuilders and fitness enthusiasts on Nine's Australian Ninja Warrior. And Scott Evennett has already begun dishing out 'hard truths' for overweight and obese Australians ahead of the TV show's launch next week. Scott, who served in the Australian Special Operations Command for eight 17
June 28, 2017 4:16 PM How To Spot a Fake TIME Cover
There are more than 4,800 "real" covers of TIME magazine that have been designed over the past 94 years. That’s certainly a lot of history, but it may well be dwarfed by all of the "fake" TIME covers that have been produced over the years. Occasionally, these knockoff covers generate real news. Most fake covers of TIME get the logo wrong. It’s either 50
June 25, 2017 9:27 PM Paedophile rehab course makes sex offenders 'more dangerous', report finds
REHAB courses aimed at curing paedophiles and rapists just made them more dangerous, a shock report found. Prisoners who took the courses were at least 25% more likely to be convicted of further sex crimes than those who did not. The Sex Offender Treatment Programme – a six-month group therapy course – cost taxpayers £100million. Before the report was compiled 25
June 22, 2017 9:40 AM When Ladies Day goes WRONG: Booze, bums, boobs and VERY short skirts at the races
LADIES Day may be about the class and fashion – but sometimes antics at the races can get a little out off hand. Royal Ascot will welcome the stunners and the Queen for one of the most glamorous days on the horse racing calendar. Ladies’ Days take over race courses across the country throughout year and often end in drunken scenes of total chaos 22
June 11, 2017 1:46 PM 'I'm not dead!' Richard Hammond speaks from hospital bed after fireball crash in 220mph car
Solihull-born Grand Tour hosts admits: 'I binned it again' He said: “Hello, yes it’s true I binned it again,” before adding he would need surgery to fix his broken leg. “I would like to thank all the medical professionals who got me by air ambulance from the crash to the hospital and who have dealt with me ever since.” The crash took place in Switzerland 38