King’s Lynn have swooped to sign former Ipswich racer Cameron Heeps to replace Ty Proctor. Proctor asked to be left out of the side on Tuesday after a string of low scores and wants time away from riding to try and put things right. Heeps started the season with Lynn’s rivals but suffered a shoulder injury last month and the Suffolk outfit had were left with no choice but to make signings to ease their injury crisis.
A car has rolled over on a key route into King's Lynn during rush hour this morning. Emergency services have been called to Wootton Road near the Tesco petrol station. Fire crews from King's Lynn and Massingham were called at 7.46am to release the vehicle occupants.
Tamir Rice's mom slams activist Shaun King for 'profiting off her son's death' and brands him an 'imposter' and a 'white man acting black'
The mother of Tamir Rice, a black 12-year-old who was shot and killed by a white police officer in November 2014, called out activist Shaun King on Tuesday King had posted a new episode of his podcast entitled 'I spoke to Samaria Rice this past week,' and detailed his thoughts of the conversation
The march will take place on 28 August – the 58th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington Nearly six decades after the March on Washington that saw Martin Luther King Jr deliver his iconic “I Have A Dream” speech, the civil rights hero’s eldest son will be leading a march against voter suppression.
The Grammy-winning pop duo's version of "Boys in the Street" is a snapshot of queer childhood trauma that's both heartbreaking and hopeful. Chad King is hopeful audiences will come away from his band’s latest musical project with a renewed awareness of the struggles many LGBTQ people continue to face in 2021.
This week sees the end of an era in Lynn High Street with Artertons furniture store finally closing its doors after 30 years. The showroom is empty and Colin and Amanda are getting ready for a well earned rest. But first they say they would love to see customers and friends there on Monday or Tuesday for a glass of sparkling wine to say goodbye - or au revoir!
Martin Luther King III and Al Sharpton will hold a nationwide march against voter suppression on Aug. 28 - the 58th anniversary of the 1963 March on Washington. The event, dubbed the "March On for Voting Rights," comes as legislatures across the country move to tighten up voting rules.
Northern Ireland centenary: Gordon Lucy on a country that was not expected to survive but is still here after 100 years
King George opened the parliament of Northern Ireland on this day in 1921. Gordon Lucy recounts the history of NI since then In 1921 few people expected Northern Ireland to survive. Nationalists and republicans anticipated its early collapse. Some unionists feared the same. Both pessimistic unionists and ‘optimistic’ nationalists and republicans seriously underestimated the determination, resolve and mettle of James Craig, Northern Ireland’s first prime minister, to ensure the survival of the new institutions.
The barrier has been at the site temporarily as a trial measure since January last year The King’s Parade anti-terror barrier will be permanent - although changes to its design could be made. A barrier was installed at the entrance to the iconic street popular with tourists and students in January last year on the advice of Cambridgeshire Constabulary’s counter-terrorism team.
The king and queen had been advised not to travel to Belfast this day 100 years ago, writes Lord Lexden At 11am on a grey, overcast morning, a 21- gun salute rang out across Belfast Lough as the Royal Yacht Victoria and Albert, with King George V and Queen Mary on board, approached Donegall Quay in the City’s Harbour at the end of an overnight journey from Holyhead, accompanied by a magnificent naval escort.
The estate of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has reached an agreement with HarperCollins Publishers for rights to his archive The estate of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. has reached an international agreement with HarperCollins Publishers, which released his first book more than 60 years ago, for rights to his archive.
Full page in Belfast Telegraph was devoted to official opening of new Northern Ireland parliament in 1921
You had to turn to page five of an eight-page Belfast Telegraph on June 22, 1921 to read about the official opening of the new parliament. Then, adverts were more important than editorial, but the gravity of the event was recognised courtesy of an entire page being devoted to proceedings.
The Des Moines Police Department has announced an arrest in the death of a junior high student who was shot to death on Jan. 1, 2020. Sign up for our Newsletters Woods was gunned down across the street from King Elementary School four hours into the new year in 2020.
Turns out that sensible planning was ditched in favour of competition and really showing off It's arguably one of London's most iconic views; two collosal yet totally different railways stations, built within spitting distance of one another. King's Cross and St Pancras square up to each other like old rivals, Pancras Road in the middle the only dividing element, reports the Londonist.
The four-year-old was sent off a 50-1 chance in the Group One sprint won by Roger Teal’s Oxted, but finished one place in front of better-fancied stablemate Liberty Beach, who had landed the Temple Stakes at Haydock in which Keep Busy was only fifth. The John Quinn-trained pair will have all the major five-furlong races for the rest of the season on their agendas.
Four years on. No progress, so plans resubmitted. Plans to demolish an historic Exeter city centre pub and replace it with student flats have been given the go-ahead for a second time. In October 2017, the scheme for The King Billy was approved by Exeter City Council’s planning committee, which in addition to the student flats, would also see a commercial unit and a restaurant or pub at street level.
Last month I was extremely privileged to join with a panel of 6 esteemed historians in a meeting with HRH The Prince of Wales in Belfast City Hall. The location was significant because almost exactly 100 years previous, King George V (Charles’ great grandfather) visited Belfast to open Northern Ireland’s first parliament in the same building.
Everton striker King holds free soccer clinics: Parents' wallet shouldn't decide if child plays or not
Departing Everton striker Josh King is holding free soccer clinics in his native Norway. King has made the move as he believes football is becoming too expensive for junior players and their families in Norway. He told VG: "I do not think money or the parents' wallet should be what decides whether a child is allowed to join a football school or a football team.
‘To all dads everywhere, we wish you a very special Father’s Day’ The Queen has paid tribute to her father, King George VI, and her late husband, Prince Philip, on Father’s Day. A black and white photograph of Her Majesty, her father, husband and Prince Charles was shared on the official Royal Family Twitter account on Sunday.
This is the first Father's Day without Prince Phillip who passed away aged 99 on April 9 The Queen has marked the first Father's Day without Prince Philip in a heartfelt tribute on The Royal Family Instagram page. In a sweet throwback post shared on social media on Sunday 20 June, The Queen is pictured alongside her father, King George VI, her late husband, Philip, as well as their young son, Prince Charles.