Month: June 2018

Jewellery, watch and Jassir pen among ‘sentimental items’ stolen from home near Chesterfield

Police are appealing for information after a number of ‘sentimental items’ were stolen from a home near Chesterfield.

On Monday, June 17 between 6.45pm and 9pm, a property was burgled in Holymoorside.


Some of the items that were stolen are pictured here.

Thieves smashed a patio door window to gain entry and stole items including jewellery, a camera, a watch and a pen.

A spokesman for Clay Cross SNT said: “If anyone knows of anyone selling these items or knows about the burglary, we are asking you to contact PC 2822 Hardwick on 101 quoting incident number 19000312797.

“These items mean a lot to this family and we would like to,上海品茶会所Malcolm, get them back.”


A number of jewellery items were taken.

A camera was also taken.

A pen was stolen in the burglary.

As was this watch.

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WWE are reportedly negotiating a free-to-air highlights package in the UK.

The world’s largest wrestling company confirmed this month their three-decade long partnership with Sky Sports was over.

Vince McMahon and his fellow chiefs instead signed a multi-year deal with BT Sport to show Monday Night Raw and SmackDown from next year.

According to SportsBusiness Media, now WWE is in discussions over a free-to-,上海品茶QQBahar,air highlights package with broadcasters in the UK with the hopes of attracting new viewers.

It is claimed the potential package would begin in 2020.

Wrestling fans in Britain have been unable to watch WWE on terrestrial television since the early 2000s.

Channel 4 briefly used to show Sunday Night He,上海品茶会所Tomas,at.

Now it seems that could be about to change as McMahon continues his shake-up of the company in an attempt to boost ratings.


Tragedy as beachg Jassiroer dies after being pulled from the sea on south coat

The holidaymaker got into trouble in the wa,上海品茶微信Boris,ter around lunchtime yesterday at Prussia Cove, Cornwall,between Helston and Penzanc,上海品茶会所Anika,e.

It comes as two other men were reported to have died in the sea at Babbacombe Beach near Torquay, Devon on Friday.

Police and the emergency services, including RNLI lifeboats, coastguard rescue teams and the air ambulance were all scrambled to Prussia Cove to rescue the swimmer.

But despite their best efforts, police confirmed today that the man could not be saved.

TRAGEDY: The victim was taken to Praa Sands for treatment but could not be saved (Pic: DS )

“Police were called to Prussia Cove near Penzance following reports that a man had got into difficulty in the sea”

Devon and Cornwall police

A spokesman for Devon and Cornwall Police said: “Police were called to Prussia Cove near Penzance around 1.05pm today [28 June] following reports that a man had got into difficulty in the sea.

“He was recovered from the water by a lifeguard and treated by ambulance.

“He was taken to Praa Sands and was sadly confirmed deceased a short time later.

“Falmouth Coastguard, RNLI lifeguards, police and ambulance all attended.”

EMERGENCY: The coastguard was scrambled to the scene near Penzance, Cornwall (Pic: GETTY STOCK)

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A woman is critical in hospital after being violently attacked by a gang in Greenock.

A woman is in a critical condition in hospital after being attacked by an armed gang.

The 37-year-old was set upon by a group of men with weapons in Belville Street, Greenock, Inverclyde, at around 11.45pm on Friday.

She was taken by ambulance to Glasgow’s Queen Elizabeth University Hospital, where she is being treated for her injuries.

Police are treating the attack as attempted murder.

A 43-year-old man seriously assaulted in the same incident is being treated for a head injury at the hospital.

Two men, aged 31 and 36, have been arrested.

Detective Sergeant Ross MacDonald said: “This was an extremely violent attack on this man and woman and I am appealing to anyone who was in the Belville Street area around the time of the incident last night, who may have w,上海品茶会所Anika,itnessed this attack take place, or who was driving by and may have dash-cam footage, to come forwar,上海品茶微信Suleyman,d to police.

“I would like to speak to the driver of a grey Mini who was in the street at the time, as she may have information that is vital to this investigation.

“Officers are currently carrying out inquiries in the local area, and uniformed officers are also providing public reassurance, and I would ask anyone with concerns to speak to officers.”

Flood warnings for Edinburgh and Lothians after Scotland’s hottest day of the Jassiryear

A new record Scottish temperature has been set for 2019.

Friday’s reading of 30C (86F) at Achnagart in Scotland surpassed the previous record of 28.9C for this year, set on 2 June.

But the sunshine will not last for everyone. For Saturday evening the Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for thunderstorms in Edinburgh, East Lothian and the Scottish Borders between the hours of 18:00 and 23:59.

The Scottish Environment Protection Agency (SEPA) has also issued a fl,上海品茶会所Amelia,ood alert for Edinburgh and the Lothians, the second such warning in less than seven days after the Capital was drenched in a deluge on Monday 24 June.

READ MORE: Amber flood alert issued for Edinburgh and the Lothians as thundery downpours forecastDespite this, pollen counts and UV levels will be high or very high everywhere except in northern Scotland, according to the forecaster.

READ MORE: Scotland tipped to enjoy the hottest day of the year todayMet Office Meteorologist Luke Miall said: “It’s going to be a very hot one for some parts of the UK today (Saturday).

For some areas of Scotland, the sunny weather will be interrupted by thunderstorms. Picture: Lisa Ferguson/TSPL

“Yesterday (Friday), western areas saw the highest temperatures but today it’s beginning to turn a bit fresher with heat transferring more towards the east.

He added: “Across parts of north-east England and south-east Scotland as a cold front pushes in we could see some thunderstorms later in the day”

In England, The Met Office said a reading of 30.8C (87.4F) was taken in Charlwood, Surrey, on Saturday morning, with temperatures expected to rise as high as 34C (93.2F) later in the day.

This would fall just short of the 35.6C (96F) June record set in 1976.

Weather warning is in place for southeastern Scotland. Picture: Met Office

Glastonbury festival-goers will be treated to sunny and dry 31C (87.8F) conditions on Saturday afternoon.

Across the UK sales of barbecue food have soared, according to Tesco, with the supermarket predicting it will sell more than one million pac,上海品茶QQMalcolm,ks of sausages, 650,000 packs of burgers and 50,000 disposable barbecues over the weekend.

The predicted figure for sales of barbecue meat is double that of last weekend.

For Saturday the Met Office has issued a severe weather warning for lightning across areas in Northern Ireland and western Scotland, while a severe weather warning for thunderstorms spans the north-east of England and the south-east of Scotland.

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AUSTRALIA meet neighbours New Zealand as both teams look to put pressure on unbeaten India for top spot.

The Aussies were the first team through to the semi-finals, while the Black Caps progressed a,上海品茶微信Bahar,fter South Africa’s win over Sri Lanka yesterday.

What TV channel is New Zealand vs Australia on?

EVERY ball of this year’s World Cup is being broadcast by Sky Sports in the UK.


As a result, you can watch this clash live on Sky Sports Cricket and Main Event from 1pm BST.

In Australia, the match is live on Fox Sports, while in New Zealand, Sky Sport have the coverage.

Blogger reveals how to create a 上海品茶会所 false nail out of instant NOODLES in bizarre viral video

FANCY a manicure but can’t afford the expense? Fear not. This bizarre blogger tutorial reveals how you can get trendy talons for a fraction of the price.

The bizarre clip show instant noodles ground up before they’re stuck onto a nail using glue, foil and some serious buffing.

It’s not known who uploaded the original video but one Twitter account shows it’s already be viewed over 2.8 million times.

After breaking off a small bit of ramen noodles, they’re then ground up into a fine dust before being emptied onto a plate.

Using a small bit of silver foil underneath the natural nail the powder is carefully applied using nail glue.

More powdered noodle dust and glue are added before it’s c,上海品茶工作室Ethan,ut down usin,上海品茶会所Selim,g clippers and buffed to within an inch of its life.

Wan-Bissaka reveals new blue Man Utd aw 上海品茶微信ay kit but fans reply with Glazers Out slogans and photoshopped green and gold kits

MANCHESTER UNITED new boy Aaron Wan-Bissaka revealed the clubs new blue away kit – but fans replied with Glazers Out slogans and photoshopped green and gold kits.

The right-back became Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s second capture of the summer on a five-year deal with the club having an option to extend for a further year.

United used the signing to announce their new away kit, as Wan-Bissaka modelled the jersey in a video with the caption: “New signing, new kit.”

However, Reds fans replied to the “cringe” video by protesting against United’s owners, The Glazers.

Photoshopped pictures of Wan-Bissaka in the club’s original green and yellow Newton Heath kit were used to vent supporters growing frustrations with their American owners.

One said: “A green and gold kit would look better.#GlazersOut.”

Another said: “I beg united fans who want a kit buy a fake one online instead of an official #GlazersOut.”

One commented: “Welcome Wan-Bissaka. Although United fans don’t be blinded and still support the #GlazersOut movement regardless of who or how much we sign.”

Another commented: “Wan Bissaka in. But#GlazersOut.”

United fans have used the green and gold flags to boycott their owners in a plea to get them out of the club.

The Glazer family took over in 2005 borrowing against the club’s assets and plunging it into debt.

It is estimated they have cost United around £1billion facilitating the debt with interest and fees, plus there have been dividends for family members.

There is a planned protest at outside Old Trafford at 2pm today.

Owners re Jassirfuse to hand over £2million Kensington flat after £10-a-ticket raffle flops

The owners of a £2million flat have REFUSED to hand over the keys following a property raffle – because not enough tickets were sold.

Jonny Jackson and Harry Dee needed to sell 200,000 tickets at £10 each to reach the market value of the west London home.

But ins,上海品茶QQSuleyman,tead they sold just £277,000 worth.

Located on the famous Exhibition Road next to the Victoria and Albert Museum, the now-empty flat in South Kensington, London, had been newly renovated with designer furnishings by the pair who wanted to give one lucky punter a ‘lottery win’.

Instead, they’ll now receive £53,500 in prize money while the duo will keep £173,500 of the raffle’s earnings to fund VAT, marketing and legal costs.

The property is worth £2 million (Image: RyanWicks/BNPS)
Property developers Jonny Jackson and Harry Dee decided to make the unusual offer due to a drop in the housing market caused by Brexit
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The trend of raffling properties has been met with fury by experts.

“If you want to play games then sell raffle tickets,” buying agent Henry Pryor told the Times.

“If you want to actually sell a property then sober up and retain an expert to do it for you.

“I am struggling to think of a single redeeming feature about this.”

The trendy flat is now lying empty (Image: RyanWicks/BNPS)
The duo had refurbished the apartment with designer finishings (Image: RyanWicks/BNPS)
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Elsewhere, the organisers of a similar competition found themselves in hot water wit,上海品茶微信Arielle,h the Advertising Standards Authority (ASA) after it found the promotion had not been administered properly.

Two people complained that Raffle House had changed its entry method halfway through the promotion, offering free tickets to those making later entries.

This, and the extension of it closing date, were found to be in breach of the code.

Tickets to win the £650,000 one-bedroom flat in Brixton, south London, launched in April last year and the original closing date was June 2018.

They needed to sell 200,000 tickets (Image: RyanWicks/BNPS)
The flat is on Exhibition Road in South Kensington (Image: RyanWicks/BNPS)
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This was extended and now the raffle is due to end on Sunday.

Raffle House founder and chief executive Benno Spencer said: “We treat matters such as this with the utmost seriousness and have attempted to enter into a dialogue with the ASA regarding a number of incorrect hypotheses contained in their rulings.”

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UK weather forecast – Hottest day of the year today as 33C reco Chazrded but thunderstorms on way, Met Office warns

TODAY is now officially the HOTTE,上海品茶微信Tomas,ST of the year so far as 33C was recorded during a mini-heatwave – but thunderstorms are on their way.

Brits are packing out beaches in the scorching heat as the Met Office warned of lightning amid potential highs of 35C.

The highest temperature as recorded in Charlwood, Surrey – and weather forecasters warned the mercury would continue to rise throughout the afternoon.

Roasting conditions came as the Met Office issued yellow weather warnings for lightning across the east of Northern Ireland and parts of southwest Scotland until 1pm today.

A second warning issued for tonight from 6pm until midnight warned thunderstorms may affect parts of northern England and southeast Scotland, with flooding and train delays on the cards.

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Network Rail has advised passengers to plan ahead as hot weather could push track temperatures above 50C and slow operations.

The RAC also warned that coastal and other tourist routes could be hit by breakdowns.

Emergency services have issued warnings and advice to the public to take care in the hot conditions.

A “tongue of fire” – the 1,500-mile wide heatwave scorching Europe – has already seen France endure its hottest day ever at 45.8C, as it inches closer to the UK.

And there is a chance today could be the hottest June day for 178 years, which is when the Met Office records began in 1841.


Forecasters said there is a 50% chance of breaking the June 35.6C record – set on June 29, 1957, in London and on June 28, 1976 in Southampton.

Met Office forecaster Nicola Maxey said: “There’s a 50 per cent chance of Saturday seeing over the 35.6C June record, most likely between London and Lincolnshire.

“Even York could see 32C. Friday had Glastonbury close to its 31.2C record.

“There’s remarkable heat across many parts of Europe, with highs in the 40s and records being broken.

“Saturday in the UK will be hot and sunny with very high UV, so take precautions, drink plenty of water and stay in the shade if you can.

“It’s cooler on Sunday in Atlantic air, with 26C highs.”


According to Network Rail, steel rails absorb heat easily and tend to hover about 20C above the surrounding air temperature.

In very hot conditions rails can flex, bend or even buckle, so trains have to run at slower speeds.

Mini weather stations and thousands of track-side probes help Network Rail monitor conditions.

Specialist weather forecasters help inform plans and in some parts rails are painted white to help keep them cooler.

James Dean, chief operating officer for North West and Central, said: “Keeping passengers moving is always our top priority.

“But we want people to be prepared.

“If the soaring temperatures do lead to us having to put in place slower speeds for safety reasons, please bear with us as our dedicated teams of engineers work to fix the problem.

“It may mean your journey takes longer over some portions of your journey.

“We’d also remind passengers to carry some water with them so they don’t get too parched.”

RAC patrol of the year Ben Aldous warned that the forecast conditions could be “a recipe for a soaring number of breakdowns in certain parts of the country”.

He added: “It’s a sad reality that some drivers will likely encounter an unwelcome and unscheduled stop at the side of the road – they will have to hope they can find some safe shelter from the sun, but it could still mean they suffer some day trip distress.”

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