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NI health: Seriously ill woman urges more resources for health system

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:49

Cancer patient Colette Terris tells politicians to get on with it but praises under-pressure health staff.

EU-Ukraine wartime summit today to deliver on some issues though hope for swift EU membership likely dashed

Irish Independent | 2023-02-03, 06:47

European Union leaders will meet Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky in Kyiv on Friday, bringing the promise of new sanctions against Russia but likely dashing Ukraine's hope for swift EU membership. The head of the group's executive commission,

John Lydon ‘shaking’ ahead of bid to become Ireland’s Eurovision entry

Irish Independent | 2023-02-03, 06:47

Former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon has said he’s still “terrified of getting it wrong” when performing, as he gears up to compete to become Ireland’s Eurovision entry. His band Public Image Ltd, also known as PiL,

France Seeks Strategy as Nuclear Waste Site Risks Saturation Point

Voa News | 2023-02-03, 06:45

At a nuclear waste site in Normandy, robotic arms guided by technicians behind a protective shield maneuver a pipe that will turn radioactive chemicals into glass as France seeks to make safe the byproducts of its growing reliance on atomic power. The

Appeal after ashes of girl, 12, found in Southport park

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

Nobody knows why the ashes of Yvonne Harrison, who died exactly 46 years ago, ended up in a park.

HMP Eastwood Park: women held in bloodstained cells

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

The prison in South Gloucestershire has been given the lowest grade for safety by inspectors.

Crewe Alexandra Football Club plans large solar farm on car park

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

The scheme would see 3,000 panels fitted above existing car park spaces at the club's stadium.

Weoley Castle community centre feeds hundreds of people a week

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

Food Cycle in Birmingham says it's helping more people than ever in the cost of living crisis.

Permanent Gypsy and traveller site set to be built in Bristol

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

Bristol City Council said new pitches are needed due to rising demand.

Thomas Flight: Tenants of rogue landlord speak out

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:43

Thomas Flight's former tenants talk about their experiences of mouldy flats and withheld deposits.

Ukraine: EU to set up co-ordination centre in The Hague to collect evidence for Russia's trial - European Commission chief

Ruptly | 2023-02-03, 06:42

European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen stated that the European Union would set up a co-ordination centre in The Hague to collect evidence for Russia's trial in Ukraine, speaking at a joint press conference with the Ukrainian President

UK space agencies launch SPIN placement award scheme for interns

Eweekly | 2023-02-03, 06:40

SPIN stands for Space Placements in Industry. According to the bodies, the projects to be supported should be suitable to be carried out by an undergraduate or postgraduate student in a relevant

Ex-UK leader Truss to urge tougher China stance in Tokyo

no EC The Sun Chronicle | 2023-02-03, 06:39

LONDON (AP) — Former British Prime Minister Liz Truss will join the former leaders of Australia and Belgium at a conference in Tokyo later this month to call for a tougher international approach to China. The Inter-Parliamentary Alliance on China, an

Italy’s Cosob Blocks Access to 5 Illegal FX/CFDs Brokers

Finance Magnates | 2023-02-03, 06:33

<p>Italian financial market supervisor, Consob, has blacklisted five additional websites offering financial services without any authorization in the country. Announced on Thursday, these websites are either illegal or outright

John Lydon ‘shaking’ as he prepares to become Ireland’s Eurovision entry

Irish Independent | 2023-02-03, 06:31

Former Sex Pistols frontman John Lydon has said he&rsquo;s still &ldquo;terrified of getting it wrong&rdquo; when performing, as he gears up to compete to become Ireland&rsquo;s Eurovision entry. His band Public Image Ltd, also known as PiL,

Keighley's under-threat waste tip could be saved after protests

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Council plans to shut the site in Keighley to save money have received more than 800 objections.

South Yorkshire council tax police precept could rise by nearly 7%

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

South Yorkshire Police must find £6.1m in savings this year, the police and crime commissioner says.

Yorkshire's 'Stonehenge of the North' gifted to the nation

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

The three giant circular Thornborough Henges near Ripon date back to around 3500 to 2500BC.

Model University of Leicester student graduates at 86

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Former insurance worker Stan Hardie is awarded his PhD 70 years after leaving school.

Bourne: Intruder-hit petting farm's security plan rejected

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Owners of Tiny Steps, near Bourne, say animals there have been repeatedly targeted by trespassers.

Stem cell donor meets US woman he saved

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Londoner Callum Kennedy-Mann said it was "emotional" to meet Diane Fargo in Pennsylvania.

East Yorkshire free school meals scheme to run in Easter holidays

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

The East Yorkshire supermarket voucher scheme will use cash left over from funds to help households.

Black-owned London restaurants share £120,000 grant

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Santeni Brown, who owns Dinner at Sans in Brixton, said the cash would help her business grow.

Infected blood inquiry: Son 'will never come to terms' with scandal

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

Jason Evans remembers his late father as a public inquiry he campaigned for reaches its conclusion.

Liverpool Street Station: Griff Rhys Jones leads fight against works

BBC News | 2023-02-03, 06:24

The comedian is announced as the president of a campaign to stop a "harmful" redevelopment.

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