Leicestershire County, England Newswire (Page 9)

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  1. Hundreds of pupils line street outside school as Leicester explosion funeral procession passesRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | This Is Leicestershire

    As the funeral procession passed the school Sean and Shane Ragoobeer attended about 600 students and staff stood silently to pay their respects. Residents in the area also came outside to watch as the three hearses passed English Martyrs in Anstey Lane, Leicester.

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  2. Poignant moment Ragoobeer family's coffins passed Leicester explosion siteRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | This Is Leicestershire

    Silence fell on a busy city road today as the funeral procession for three victims of the Leicester explosion passed the site of the blast. The funeral cortge, made up of 12 vehicles, drove through Hinckley Road after mourners said their goodbyes to Mary Ragoobeer, 46, and her sons Shane, 18, and Sean 17, at Leicester Cathedral .

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  3. Big turnout for public funeral of shop explosion victimsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Falmouth Packet

    Mourners outside Leicester Cathedral ahead of the funeral of three family members who were killed in a shop blast Mary Ragoobeer, 46, and her sons, Shane, 18, and Sean, 17, died in the incident in Hinckley Road, Leicester, on February 25. After the public funeral led by the Bishop of Leicester, a cortege of 12 vehicles, including three hearses one holding the coffins and a car carrying Mrs Ragoobeer's widower, Jose Ragoobeer, drove past the site of the explosion. The procession then passed the English Martyrs' School, where Shane and Sean were pupils, before arriving at Gilroes Cemetery for a private service.

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  4. Nottingham's best international restaurants? Italian, French, Spanish and Greek are leading the wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Nottingham Evening Post

    Nottingham is fortunate to have such a vibrant and diverse food and drink scene meaning diners are spoilt for choice. Restaurants showcase cuisine from all over the world, reflected by the entries in the Best International category of the Nottinghamshire Food and Drink Awards.

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  5. Co-op praises police for work in jailing ATM explosion gang who...Read the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | Northampton Today

    Central England Co-op has praised the police for a successful operation that has seen three men sentenced for more than 30 years following a string of ATM attacks in Northamptonshire and surrounding counties. Co-op stores were targeted by the gang on five separate occasions during 2017 in Lutterworth, Countesthorpe, Oakham, Kibworth and Oundle, Northamptonshire, as they used gas canisters to open the ATMs before using power tools to remove the cash.

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  6. Burbage affordable homes plan approvedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Hinckley Times

    A plan for 30 affordable housing units in Burbage has been approved despite objections from residents as well as councillors. The scheme from developer Westleigh Partnerships comprises eight single bedroom flats, 12 two bedrooom homes, 8 three bedroom houses and two four bedroom houses, to the south of the junction of Crimson Way and Brookfield Road and above Sketchley Brook.

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  7. 16-year-old from Market Harborough charged over ram raids in 3 countiesRead the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | This Is Leicestershire

    A 16-year-old boy from Market Harborough has been charged with conspiracy to commit burglary in relation to four ram raids. He was arrested in connection with a ram raid in Isleham, Cambridgeshire, on Tuesday and an early morning ram-raid at a Co-op store in Fulbourn's High Street on Friday, April 6. Cambridgeshire Police said four people in masks and dark clothing used a car to break into the front of the store, the Cambridge News reports .

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  8. Funeral of Leicester family who died in Hinckley shop explosionRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Daily Mail

    The funerals of a mother and her two sons who died when the shop below their home exploded are taking place today. Mary Ragoobeer, 46, and her sons Shane, 18 and Sean, 17, were among five killed in the Leicester shop blast on February 25. Mrs Ragoobeer had moved to the two-bedroom flat above the Zakba polish grocery store in Hinckley four years before.

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  9. Kiborth and Fleckney club members earn their crustRead the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | Harborough Today

    Members of the Inner Wheel of Kibworth and Fleckney enjoyed a pork pie-making session at Waterloo Farm near Harborough earlier this month. A spokesman for the group said; "As It is an iconic food in the Leicestershire diet, it was very interesting to be able to see from mincing the meat and making the pastry to assembling a wonderful pie.

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  10. Winning two Mercury Business Awards last year elevated Acorn...Read the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | Rutland and Stamford Mercury

    A childcare centre has encouraged businesses to enter the Mercury Business Awards 2018 saying the benefits of taking part were great. Joanne Goldsmith, head of childcare at Acorn Childcare Centre in Stamford, said the two awards they won in 2017 had boosted staff morale and had brought attention to the good work they were doing.

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  11. Three arrested following ram raid on Co-op in Long Bennington and other storesRead the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | Grantham Journal

    Two men and a teenager have been arrested in connection with a number of ram raids including one on the Co-op in Long Bennington in March. Charlie Oakley, 25, of George Street, Shefford, Tony Smith, 18, of Cadwin Field Schole Road, Willingham, and a 16-year-old boy from Market Harborough, were arrested this week.

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  12. Owner of dirty Leicester takeaway told to pay A 2,700 for breaking hygiene rulesRead the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | This Is Leicestershire

    The owner of a dirty city centre takeaway that failed to heed health inspector warnings has been ordered to pay more than 2,700. Mohsen Khorsan opened Grillhouse in Belgrave Gate in 2013 and he was warned about the low hygiene standards after his first inspection later that year.

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  13. Longtime manager Arsene Wenger leaving Arsenal at end of seasonRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | The Japan Times

    Arsenal manager Arsene Wenger on Friday said he will leave the English club at the end of the season after more than 21 years in charge. The 68-year-old Frenchman has won the Premier League title three times and the F.A. Cup seven times with Arsenal since taking over in October 1996, but has faced growing disillusionment from fans in recent years.

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  14. What The Papers Say - 20 AprilRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Everton FC

    The views on this page are taken from the local and national media and do not necessarily reflect the views of Everton. Seamus Coleman explains why Theo Walcott's presence on the Everton right flank helps his own attacking play in Friday's edition of the Liverpool Echo .

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  15. Leicester, Southampton play to scoreless drawRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | The Japan Times

    Southampton remained deep in relegation trouble after it was held to a 0-0 draw at a lackluster Leicester City in the Premier League on Thursday. Leicester, managed by former Southampton boss Claude Puel, has now gone five home matches without a win but the Saints produced little to scare them.

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  16. Nadeshiko Japan boss Asako Takakura eyes Women's Asian Cup titleRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | The Japan Times

    Asako Takakura, the first female coach of the Japan women's national soccer team, said Thursday she does not want to jinx herself by speaking about the Women's Asian Cup trophy before she gets a chance to lift it. In a news conference a day before Japan faces Australia in the final of the Asian Football Confederation's showpiece tournament, Takakura said she would like to see her squad not only defend its title but come away with a satisfying win it can build on.

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  17. Has Southgate spoken to you about Shelvey? Could Slimani and fringe players feature? Issues for RafaRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Chronicle Live

    Newcastle United manager Rafa Benitez faces the media from 1.30pm ahead of the Magpies' trip to Everton on Monday Four wins on the bounce has seen the former relegation-threatened club rise to the dizzy heights of 10th position - and they are now realistic contenders for an eighth-placed finish. Next up for the Magpies is a trip to Goodison Park to take on Everton, who are just one point and one position ahead of United in the table.

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  18. 40 trees in Leicester city centre park to be chopped down in bid to...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | This Is Leicestershire

    Between 30 and 40 trees are to be cut down as part of a plan to tackle serious anti-social behaviour in a Leicester park. Leicester City Council says it intends to take action to tackle problems reported by residents who live near Prebend Gardens - a small pocket park in Highfields off London Road .

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  19. Rutland woman joins world record attempt to show there is life after a cardiac arrestRead the original story

    Friday Apr 20 | Rutland and Stamford Mercury

    A woman from Rutland is joining a record breaking attempt in a bid to show people that there can life after a cardiac arrest. The event will try and create a Guinness World Record for the largest gathering of cardiac arrest survivors in one place, and Ingrid Gardner of Oakham is urging others to join her.

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  20. Pochettino has still not proven Man Utd were wrong to appoint MourinhoRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 20 | Goal.com

    The Argentine was in the running for the job before Jose took charge, but without a trophy at Spurs he still needs to show his true potential When the Manchester United board were discussing the possibility of sacking Louis van Gaal and offering Jose Mourinho the Dutchman's job as manager, there were many people promoting the idea of approaching Mauricio Pochettino as an alternative. Indeed, this correspondent was one of those believing the Argentine to be a closer fit to what a United manager should be .

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