Teenage referee 'assaulted' by parents at under-9 match
A 16-year-old referee was spat at, grabbed by the throat and subjected to a torrent of verbal abuse from two parents at an under-nines football match, it is alleged.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
British soldier, 19, held in terror alert after nail bomb is found in his bedroom
Ryan McGee, 19, was held by military police at his base in Germany after a nail bomb and bullets were found in his bedroom at the family home A British soldier has been arrested on terrorism offences after a nail bomb and bullets were found in his bedroom at the family home.
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Ten Things You Need to Know Today: Wednesday 4 Dec 2013
The government is to announce major changes to the way it subsidises wind and solar energy.
A life of crime: Then and now mugshots of armed raiders revealed as they are sent to prison AGAIN
These police mugshots were taken ten years apart but there's no mistaking the scowls of these three friends who forged a career in violent crime.
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Soldier held over nail bomb find
A soldier has been arrested on suspicion of terrorism offences after a nail bomb was found at a house in Salford The 19-year-old man was detained at an Army base in Paderborn, Germany, following the discovery of the suspicious device at a terraced house in Salford last week.
Serving UK soldier, 19, arrested under Terrorism Act after 'nail bomb' found at a house in Salford
A serving UK soldier has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a nail bomb was discovered in his terraced house in Salford.
NEWSoldier arrested under Terrorism Act after - suspicious device' found at Salford home
A man believed to be a British soldier has been arrested under the Terrorism Act after a 'suspicious device' was found at a house in Salford, Greater Manchester police have said.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
BBC survey suggests fracking support
More people are in favour of fracking for shale gas in the north west than opposed, a BBC survey suggests.
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Fri Nov 29, 2013
Man held nurse at gunpoint after shooting his own hand in botched suicide bid
Christopher Turkington was arrested by armed officers in hospital after reports that a man had grabbed two nurses - he has been jailed for life A man who held a nurse at gunpoint a day after shooting himself in the hand in a botched suicide bid has been jailed for life.
Thu Nov 28, 2013
UK Readers: Grimm Up North and BFI Teaming for 'Ghosts' and ...
The UK's Grimm Up North has partnered with the BFI to host a series of screenings in unique and atmospheric venues across Greater Manchester as part of their national Gothic season, and here are the details of what's ahead.
Payday loans debt led rugby player Matthew Allott to kill himself
A rugby player who started growing cannabis to pay back cash owed to payday loan companies killed himself after his home was burgled and the plants stolen.
Police who pulled off pensioner's false leg for breaking into...
Police who pulled off pensioner's false leg for breaking into his OWN home agree to pay A 45,000 in compensation Peter Williams also dislocated his shoulder and fractured an elbow as officers after officers dragged him away from his own house A one-legged pensioner had his false leg pulled off and suffered serious injuries when police officers ... (more)
Wed Nov 27, 2013
Clare's Law will inform those who are at risk
Clare's Law is just another 'tool in the kitbag' in the fight against domestic violence according to the top cop in charge of battling the crime in Herts.
Crunch time for controversial 200 million Cutacre development
The huge A 200 million industrial and retail development could bring thousands of jobs to Bolton - but those against the scheme want the developers to fulfil their earlier promise of converting the land into a country park.
Tue Nov 26, 2013
Fraudster brothers get to KEEP their property portfolio as...
They obtained loans for A 700,000 by lying about their income and outgoings on mortgage applications before snapping up houses Fraudster brothers have been allowed to keep hold of their property portfolio - because the houses are no longer worth what they paid for them.
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Murder victim's parents back new law
THE parents of a teenager who was killed by her boyfriend are relieved that a new law has been passed to enable people to check their partner's police record.
Mon Nov 25, 2013
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Clare's Law set for national launch
The scheme was named after Clare Wood, who was murdered by her ex-boyfriend George Appleton at her home in Salford in February 2009 Clare's Law was trialled for 12 months from September 2012 to allow women to check police records to see if a partner has a violent past.