Heywood, England Newswire

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  1. Great-grandfather died of blood poisoning after his thumb was bittenRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Daily Mail

    Fred Adams, 93, was attacked at random by Alfred Baker, 73, in a care home. He later died of blood poisoning after being bitten on the thumb A great-grandfather died from blood poisoning after being bitten on the thumb by a dementia patient who was allowed to mix with other nursing home residents despite a history of violence.

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  2. Ben Coop and Donna Cartwright after winning their respective races in the Two Towers fell raceRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Bury Times

    Marcus Day and new club mate Oliver Makinson were both rewarded with personal bests at the Trafford AC Grand Prix meeting on Tuesday evening. Competing in the u15s 1500m Marcus took third place in 4:21.2 with Oliver securing ninth place in 4:33.38.

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  3. Rossendale father and son jailed over international cigarette smuggling operationRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 18 | Lancashire Telegraph

    A FATHER and son have been jailed for an international cigarette smuggling operation which saw illegal tobacco posted from Spain, Luxembourg, Germany and Belgium. Peter Robinson, 69, and partner-in-crime Adam Robinson, 28, tried to cheat the taxman out of A 229,000 in lost duty over a three-year period, Manchester Crown Court heard.

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  4. Girl power rules for Bury AC as ladies show their male counterparts how to winRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Jun 11 | Bury Times

    IT was a clear case of 'girl power' as Bury AC's ladies showed their male counterparts how to win events in the second Northern Track and Field League match this season. Pendle AC hosted the fixture, but used the facilities at Bury's Market Street track.

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  5. The doc will see you now, 7 days a weekRead the original story

    Wednesday Jun 10 | Oldham Chronicle

    EVERYONE living in Oldham and Greater Manchester will have same-day access to their GP surgeries, primary care services and diagnostic tests seven days a week by the end of this year, it was announced today. The ambitious plans were revealed at the fourth annual Greater Manchester Primary Care Summit at the AJ Bell Stadium in Eccles and have been welcomed by Oldham health chiefs.

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  6. Newborn baby died after insomniac grandmother who had been awake...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Jun 2 | Daily Mail

    'I was mistreated': Bruce Jenner unveils his new female identity as Caitlyn and lifts lid on marriage to 'controlling' ex-wife Kris ... while Kardashian matriarch brands ex-husband as 'passive-aggressive' Down-and-out socialite and her mother 'squatting' in actress's Fifth Avenue apartment one week after the Princeton and Harvard law graduate was busted 'stealing from Bergdorf Goodman' Revealed: FBI recording US cities from above using fleet of surveillance aircraft that can identify thousands of people based on their cellphones Use red lipstick under your eyes, apply concealer in a triangle shape and use SPOONS to beat bags: The simple beauty hacks that cheat 8 hours sleep Revealed: The hourly wage a renter needs to afford a 2-bedroom apartment across the US...and Hawaii is the most expensive Father, 24, 'beat his three-year-old son to death because he was angry that he kept having ... (more)

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  7. Choir conductor honoured for 50 years of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2015 | This Is Lancashire

    A choir conductor was honoured at a concert at Bury Methodist Church which marked his 50th year with the baton. Keith Heywood was celebrating 50 years as musical director of the Radcliffe Male Voice Choir at their 94th annual gala concert on May 16 when he was presented with an engraved glass compote and a certificate from the National Association of Choirs for his outstanding service.

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  8. Choir conductor honoured for 50 years of serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    May 25, 2015 | Bury Times

    A choir conductor was honoured at a concert at Bury Methodist Church which marked his 50th year with the baton. Keith Heywood was celebrating 50 years as musical director of the Radcliffe Male Voice Choir at their 94th annual gala concert on May 16 when he was presented with an engraved glass compote and a certificate from the National Association of Choirs for his outstanding service.

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  9. OAP takes on raiders ... with an umbrellaRead the original story

    May 21, 2015 | Morecambe Visitor

    A plucky pensioner fought off two balaclava-clad burglars with her brolly as they attacked her 68-year-old son. Mildred Unsworth smashed one of the would-be robbers across the back of the head with a Victorian metal-handled umbrella and later a battered and bruised Neil Unsworth revealed: "She said she was only looking after her little boy."

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  10. Friends killed in freak holiday tragedyRead the original story

    May 16, 2015 | Oldham Chronicle

    A FORMER head of Oldham Trading Standards and his best friend were killed on holiday in Thailand when an out-of-control car ploughed into them, an inquest heard. Derek Gent and Mike Holmes, both 68, had been friends for over 30 years and were on a dream trip to the Far East with their wives, Christine and Janet.

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  11. Shocking photos show mangled wreck of Fiat Punto a tired driver...Read the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | Daily Mail

    A tired driver had a lucky escape after he crashed into a lorry as he rushed to get to a motorway services for a break. These shocking images show the mangled wreck of the red Fiat Punto that crashed shortly after 2am on the M62 near Heywood, Greater Manchester, today.

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  12. Driver makes miraculous escape after horrific motorway smash leaves car a mangled wreckRead the original story w/Photo

    May 15, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    The incident, involving a HGV in the early hours of this morning, smashed the car's windows, burst tyres and tore off the bonnet, exposing the engine Police released shocking images of the aftermath of the crash, on the M62 between junctions 19 and 20 in Heywood, Greater Manchester, in the early hours of Friday.

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  13. Keith, 82, marks half century as Radcliffe choir conductorRead the original story

    May 13, 2015 | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    Radcliffe Male Voice Choir is holding its 94th annual gala concert on Saturday, which also marks Keith Heywood's 50th year as their musical director. The 82-year-old, previously conductor of Ramsbottom Choral Society, took charge of the group in 1965 as a favour when his predecessor fell ill, and says he has no thoughts of giving the job up.

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  14. Best friends killed after speeding car ploughs into them in horrific Thailand holiday smashRead the original story w/Photo

    May 12, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    Derek Rodney Gent and Mike Holmes had been pals for more than 30 years - they were both on a dream holiday with their wives when tragedy struck A pair of best friends were killed after a speeding car careered out of control and ploughed into them while on holiday inThailand. Derek Rodney Gent and Mike Holmes, both 68, who had been pals for more than 30 years, were on a dream trip to the Far East with their wives, Christine and Janet, on the island of Koh Samui when the crash took place.

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  15. Watch moment lorry driver is caught by police reading a book while driving on busy motorwayRead the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2015 | The Daily Record

    THIS is the shocking moment a lorry driver is caught driving on the busy M60 motorway while reading a book. The HGV driver was snared by a specially-adapted unmarked police lorry and hit with a fixed penalty notice for driving without due care and attention.

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  16. Watch lorry driver caught reading book at the wheel while driving on the M60Read the original story w/Photo

    May 10, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    He was one of a number of HGV drivers snared by an undercover police lorry working in the roadworks on the motorway This video shows the shocking moment a lorry driver was caught reading a book at the wheel while driving on the M60. He was one of a number of HGV drivers snared by an undercover police lorry working in the roadworks on the motorway.

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  17. Heywood explosion: Search crews and sniffer dogs trawl through rubble ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Apr 30, 2015 | Mirror.co.uk

    Firefighters and sniffer dogs are searching for people who could be trapped under the rubble of a destroyed house following a huge explosion. The Manchester Evening News reports Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue are still at the scene searching with a sniffer dog to check if anybody is still inside stuck in the rubble of the blast.

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  18. Nigel Farage: the English are biggest victims of racism because of ScotsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 28, 2015 | Business News

    The worst form of racism in the UK is hatred of the English by people in Scotland , Ukip leader Nigel Farage has said. He made the claim on a visit to Hartlepool as he was questioned about a survey that suggested 28% of Ukip supporters admit to holding prejudiced views against people of other races.

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  19. Facebook predator Lee Halpin jailed for four yearsRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 25, 2015 | This is Hull

    A FORMER soldier who lied about his age on Facebook to groom schoolgirls for sex has been jailed for four and a half years. Halpin told the girls he was 17 and applied emotional pressure on them by saying he had been abused by his parents and self-harmed.

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  20. Featherstone enjoys the rough and tumble of sportRead the original story w/Photo

    Apr 21, 2015 | Theboltonnews.co.uk

    AS a nine year-old girl just starting out in gymnastics Kathryn Featherstone could have no idea that the sport would take her to represent her country - and give her a good career. But perhaps the youngster might have guessed at the former as, when she first went along to the class in Rochdale near her Heywood home she immediately took to gymnastics.

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