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Grimsby Telegraph, April 23, 2014


Van Gaal and Simeone Among Leading Contenders

DAVID Moyes' miserable reign as Manchester United manager came to an end yesterday - sacked less than one season into the job. Moyes signed a six-year deal with the Red Devils when he succeeded the retiring Sir Alex Ferguson last summer.

Smaller Teams to Have Their Input

Formula One FORMULA One's big hitters have promised their smaller rivals they will not smash them out of the ballpark at crucial talks surrounding the sport's financial future. Following confirmation earlier this month from FIA president Jean Todt that his plans for a cost cap from next year had been abandoned, four teams - Force India, Sauber, Caterham and Marussia - penned a strongly-worded letter to the Frenchman expressing their outrage. F1's Strategy Group - comprising Ferrari, McLaren, ...

Bidders Compete Over Prime Development Site ; Firm Offer On Table for Birds Eye Site As Bidding Opens for Former Tip

see what else they could do with the site having spoken to their designers and architects. "So it is in a stalemate until we have that. But the owners are keen to let everyone know the site is still for sale."

Surinder's Marathon Mission Gathers Speed

GRIMSBY woman Surinder Fowler is reaching the home straight of her latest fundraising mission. After completing the London Marathon in five hours 54 minutes she has two more fundraising dates to complete.

Louth Musician to Play London ; in Brief

WE HAVE been asked to point out that the Angel concert performed by Patrick Hawes is being staged in London, and not as previously reported. The performance will take place on Monday, June 9, at St John's, Smith Square, at 7.30pm.

Adults Switch On to New Skills ; in Brief

ARE you switched on to technology? A free six-week computer course for adults aged 19 and over will be starting on Tuesday, May 6, from 1pm to 3.30pm, at the Scartho Community Learning Centre, in Pinfold Lane, Grimsby. The centre will also host an 11-week photo editing course for beginners from Thursday, May 8, from 1pm to 3.30pm.

Welcome Spring with Green Man ; in Brief

THE Green Man will be making his annual return to West Rasen Heritage Centre to welcome in the spring. The spring fair and 13th annual event will take place on Monday, May 5, between 1pm and 4pm, with fun for all the family.

Invitation to Visit Battle Ground ; in Brief

A RESEARCH group is calling on Grimsby people to join them on a pilgrimage to Arnhem, Holland, the scene of some of the bloodiest fighting of the Second World War. Operation Market Garden was aimed at cutting the war short by achieving a swift crossing of the Rhine and capturing Berlin by the end of 1944. However, the plan failed when the Allies encountered stiffer resistance than expected.

Double Birth - by Royal Appointment! ; Twins Presented to Countess of Wessex at Ward Opening

A PROUD Grimsby dad has spoken of his delight at being able to show off his newborn twins to a member of the Royal family. Former Tollbar school pupil Andy Hanson and his wife Louise were presented to Sophie, Countess of Wessex, as she opened the new neo-natal unit at Frimley Park Hospital in Surrey. Their boys, Nathan and James, were born on March 4, weighing just 4lb each, and they were born in the same maternity hospital as the Royals' babies, near the couple's now home in Camberley, Surrey.

Boy, 6, in Critical Condition Following Ditch Crash

THE six-year-old boy injured in a single vehicle crash at Stallingborough is in a critical condition in hospital. He was one of six people in a BMW X3 which went into a ditch on South Marsh Road, at about 1.30pm on Wednesday, April 16.

In Grimsby: We're Not Skint! ; in Brief

AFTER news Grimsby will be featuring in the next series of controversial Channel 4 documentary Skint, we're asking you to help us prove that our town is not a depressing place to work, live and enjoy. We revealed yesterday how Channel 4 and production company Keo will be screening footage shot in the town, in what they claim is an examination of how people "still feeling the effects of de- industrialisation" cope. However, in the meantime, we want to show the world all that's great about Grim...

'We Are Striving to Do Best We Can'

BOSSES at a care home provider for people with mental health issues say they are "on a learning curve" and "striving to do the best they can" following three damning inspections. Carmand operates five homes across North East Lincolnshire, three of which have been criticised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for failing to meet national standards.

Amber House

AMBER HOUSE essential training, such as safeguarding vulnerable adults, infection control, first aid and food hygiene. ? In November 2013, a member of staff had restrained a resident when they had not been trained to use safe restraint techniques.

Used 'Unlawful Force to Restrain Patients'

? Continued from page one infection control, first aid and food hygiene. ? Employees themselves had been injured during incidents and "lack of training" had been cited as a possible cause. ? One resident had been subject to deprivation of liberty safeguards - forcibly restricting their freedom - but it had not been reported to the CQC. Many of the issues highlighted in the reports are attributed to the fact that Carmand's staff work at its five locations - includinHumberston, Cleethorpes and ...

Ryder 'Thrilled' to Join Up with Essex ; Cricket

NEW Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder has signed for Essex until the end of the season. The 29-year-old will join the LV=County Championship Division Two side from the start of May, to play in all formats of the game.

'Manager Should Have Been Given More Time'

Football GARY Neville is disappointed with the way Manchester United have handled the sacking of David Moyes. The Scot was dismissed yesterday after nearly ten months in charge at Old Trafford which have seen the club go from being Premier League champions to failing to qualify for next season's Champions League.

Fresh Theft Investigation Appeal ; in Brief

A DISTINCTIVE red Ducati 1200cc motorcycle was stolen from Binbrook. Lincolnshire Police are today appealing for information from anyone who saw the rare motorcycle, which was taken from a property in Back Lane some time since 6pm on Wednesday, April 9. Offenders forced their way into the house through a rear window and discovered the keys to the Ducati Multistrada.

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