England, United Kingdom Newswire (Page 5)

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  1. The Atlantic's Debut Podcast Is a Place Where Past and Present MeetRead the original story

    9 hrs ago | AdWeek

    What you hear listening to the first episode of Radio Atlantic , the publication's flagship podcast that makes its debut today, isn't necessarily what you'll get the next time. "We expect one of the things listeners will hear is a certain amount of variety in format," says Atlantic executive editor Matt Thompson, who is a co-host along with editor in chief Jeffrey Goldberg and contributing editor Alex Wagner.


  2. New nursing course will help east London people fight nurse shortageRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Newham Recorder

    It;s hoped that the UEL course will help local people to fill the nrusing vacancies in east London. PICTURE: UEL Last year, a report by the Royal College of Nursing revealed that there were more than 1,044 vacant nursing posts at the Barts Health NHS Trust, which includes Mile End, Whipps Cross, Newham University and Royal London hospitals, and 333 at the Barking, Havering and Redbridge NHS Trust.


  3. BDP Wins Bid to Renovate London's Palace of WestminsterRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Contract

    Building Design Partnership has been awarded the interdisciplinary contract for the refurbishment of the Palace of Westminster in London. The Manchester, United Kingdom-based practice beat out the robust competition of Allies and Morrision, Foster + Partners, and HOK's respective bids.


  4. Reston resident prepares for international boat raceRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Fairfax Times

    Reston resident Philip Wilkinson trains in the Solent between the Isle of Wright and Portsmouth, England, for the 2017-2018 Clipper Round the World Yacht Race.


  5. Terror juror discharged for asking if officer was singleRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | BBC News

    A juror has been discharged in a trial of an alleged terror cell for "jokingly" asking whether a police officer in the case was single. Four men from the West Midlands are accused of plotting an attack on British soil before their arrests last summer.


  6. Dig begins at fire-damaged buildings in High TownRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Ledbury Reporter

    Digs are carried out at building sites within the medieval walls of the city as the zone is one of only five Areas of Archaeological Importance in the country. Andy Boucher from Headland Archaeology said: "There are very few holes that are dug in the city that don't have some observation or other.


  7. Feedback wanted over plans for historic buildingsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Worcester News

    Warndon Court, is a grade II listed, early 17th Century farmhouse, built on the site of a medieval manor house surrounded by a moat. Trotshill, which lies to the south of Warndon Court, has medieval origins and survives as a small hamlet centred round Trotshill Farm.


  8. Reunited! We bring our flood heroes back together with the pupils they rescuedRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Worcester News

    TEN years ago, Worcester was hit with severe flooding and one of the places affected was Cherry Orchard Primary School where floodwater began to pour into the school. The subsequent evacuation of the children on Friday, July 20, was captured in pictures which became our iconic front page the following day.


  9. Outstanding bravery award for fundraiserRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | South Wales Guardian

    Ryan was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukaemia in 2006, but rather than sit back and accept his illness, he battled the disease - a year later, he set up the charity Ryan4Leukaemia to raise as much money as possible to help hospitals and leukaemia patients. Over the last decade, tens of thousands of pounds have been raised to improve facilities in hospitals and upgrade essential medical equipment, thanks to his efforts and that of his loyal supporters.


  10. LUFC Leeds United Bring In SpaniardRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Vital Football

    Leeds United have announced Carlos Corberan as the new clubs under 23 academy manager. Corberan joins Leeds from Cypriot club side Ermis and he brings a wealth of experience to Elland Road despite being only 34. He started out with Spanish side Villarreal in 2006, where he spent five-years as their assistant coach.


  11. British students on charity trip to India sent home because of wrong visasRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | DNA India

    A group of British school students on a charity trip to India were sent home from Chennai airport after officials said they had the wrong visas, the school's head teacher said on Friday. The 16 students and three staff from Poynton High School in Cheshire in northern England were denied entry by immigration staff for having tourist visas.


  12. Search for missing RAF man Corrie McKeague called off at landfill siteRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Evening Times

    Police have called off the landfill search for missing RAF gunner Corrie McKeague - despite believing the serviceman's remains are somewhere on the sprawling site. Suffolk Police Detective Superintendent Katie Elliott said officers sifted through 6,500 tonnes of waste in an "unprecedented" search for the 23-year-old, who disappeared following a night out in September.


  13. Call for action on state of Knowle gardensRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Sidmouth Herald

    Weeds and overgrown grass at a 'gateway to Sidmouth' have prompted calls for action before the arrival of Britain in Bloom judges. Councillor Stuart Hughes said he is in 'total agreement' with the 'considerable' number of complaints he has received about the state of the gardens at Knowle.


  14. Changes to Spalding to Gedney Hill 49 bus serviceRead the original story

    10 hrs ago | Spalding Today

    The number of afternoon services for bus number 49 from Spalding to Gedney Hill has been cut from two to one due to a changed route. Bus operator Stagecoach extended the service to include an additional stop in Sutton St James, resulting in previous departures at 12.10pm and 2.10pm having been replaced by one service that leaves Spalding Bus Station at 1.10pm.


  15. Second phase of high speed railway system confirmed to cover 33 miles of Staffordshire landRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Burton Mail

    The high speed railway system being built to link up cities across England, HS2, has seen the second part its plan approved in Parliament, and will run through 33 miles of Staffordshire by 2027. The route of the final track will connect the countries capital, London, with Manchester and Leeds, passing through the East Midlands and Birmingham.


  16. Police sifted through a Cambridgeshire landfill for 20 weeks before calling the search offRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cambridge Evening News

    The mother of missing airman Corrie McKeague says she feels "misled" and is "angry" after police called off the search for her son today . Police were sifting through a landfill site in Milton, Cambridgeshire, for 20 weeks before deciding to call off the search at around 3pm.


  17. Judge discharges juror after she asked if DS was singleRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Judge discharges juror in long-running 'Three Musketeers' terror trial after she 'jokingly' asked whether a police officer in the case was single The jurors are hearing the case of terror suspects Naweed Ali, 29, Khobaib Hussain, 25, Mohibur Rahman, 32, and Tahir Aziz, 38 A juror has been thrown off a long-running terror case after 'jokingly' asking whether an officer in the case was single. The furore came to a head after another member of the jury asked an usher if DS Ryan Chambers was attached.


  18. Summer Top 50: Cornwall's best attractions and family days outRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Cornish Guardian

    School's out and summer's here so we have come up with The Summer 50, a new series featuring the best ways to spend your leisure time in Cornwall over the next six weeks. This week we look at the 50 best attractions, theme parks and family days out in the county.


  19. 67 bus service will continue to run after funding partnership agreedRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | This is The West Country

    The 67 bus service, which runs between Burnham-on-Sea and Wells, was due to be out of service from today but Somerset County Council has confirmed it will continue to operate until March 31, 2018 after an agreement was reached for eight parishes in the area to meet much of the running costs. Somerset County Council has been funding the bus service since May last year after the 67's previous operator, Webberbus went out of business which has allowed work to find a community funded replacement to happen.


  20. Violent carjacker on the run after being given 12 year sentenceRead the original story w/Photo

    10 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A HUNT was continuing today for a violent carjacker who went on the run before receiving a 12-year sentence for a series of "terrifying" robberies. Waqas Hussain, 20, was sentenced in his absence after being found guilty on five counts of robbery and the possession of a firearm.