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Remember the £225,000 South American hot prospect Rodrigo Vilca who Newcastle signed in 2020?

Now 22, it remains to be seen whether Vilca will get a chance at Newcastle United this season Rodrigo Vilca made his first appearance of pre-season with a half hour run out at Gateshead on Saturday afternoon. The South American, who arrived from Peruvian side Deportivo Muncipal on deadline day last year, showed some handy touches and made a couple good dribbles forward but it came as Newcastle's Under-23 side trailed 4-1 at the International Stadium.

chroniclelive.co.uk ,  7h 2
Remember the £225,000 South American hot prospect Rodrigo Vilca who Newcastle signed in 2020?

Cyclists’ gruelling 280-mile bike ride raises funds for Jo Cox Foundation

Cyclists rode from West Yorkshire to London across five days to raise cash for the foundation. Seventy mixed-ability cyclists have raised around £12,000 for the Jo Cox Foundation after cycling 280 miles from Yorkshire to south London. The cyclists set off on the trail, dubbed the Jo Cox Way, from West Yorkshire on Wednesday, and after encountering gruelling weather, a 3am wake-up call from a fire alarm at a hotel and multiple bike punctures, arrived in Flat Iron Square just after 1.30pm on Sunday.

guernseypress.com ,  7h 0
Cyclists’ gruelling 280-mile bike ride raises funds for Jo Cox Foundation

Murder probe after man found ‘surrounded by group of males’ dies

Detectives have launched a murder investigation following the death of a man found by police not breathing and surrounded by a group of males in High Wycombe. Thames Valley Police said officers were on patrol in the Buckinghamshire town, when they saw the victim, aged in his 50s, “on the floor” in Micklefield Road at about 12.20am on Saturday.

thecourier.co.uk ,  1d 0
Murder probe after man found ‘surrounded by group of males’ dies

Heartbroken family's plea as cops investigate 'unusual case' of missing Cheshire man

Huw Williams' relatives admit they 'fear the worst' as the search continues for the 25-year-old The heartbroken family of a 25-year-old who has not been seen for almost three months admit they 'fear the worst' as the search for him continues. Police looking for Huw Williams say it represents an 'unusual case' after revealing officers have not found any signs to indicate where he may be.

stokesentinel.co.uk ,  2d 6
Heartbroken family's plea as cops investigate 'unusual case' of missing Cheshire man

What next? Judge rules you can't call work colleagues a grandparent, even if they are one

A JUDGE has ruled referring to a work colleague as a grandparent counts as age discrimination even if they are one. Anne Dopson sued her employer after a colleague wrote a car review where she was described as a "grandmother". The former sales director - who was 62 at the time - told the employment tribunal the reference had been a "dig at my age" and "raised a laugh in the office".

express.co.uk ,  3d 11
What next? Judge rules you can't call work colleagues a grandparent, even if they are one

Alan Tate speaks out on Swansea City’s managerial situation with Steve Cooper replacement yet to be found

Swansea City caretaker manager Alan Tate has said the sooner a permanent successor for Steve Cooper comes in the better in an interview with Wales Online, with the new season just over a week away. Swans legend Tate has currently taken temporary charge of the Championship outfit during the latter stages of their pre-season period, as he attempts to stabilise the ship in Wales with the current squad left reeling from this summer’s events.

footballleagueworld.co.uk ,  3d 0
Alan Tate speaks out on Swansea City’s managerial situation with Steve Cooper replacement yet to be found

Corrie praised for 'white privilege' debate over racist policeman storyline

Corrie fans were impressed by the chat after shocking racial profiling incident Coronation Street viewers were impressed after the soap included a debate about 'white privilege.' As part of a storyline about racial profiling, which saw a policeman pull over footballer James Bailey and his brother Michael as they took a sports car for a test drive, the show featured a discussion about inequality.

manchestereveningnews.co.uk ,  4d 3
Corrie praised for 'white privilege' debate over racist policeman storyline

Burnham father and son praised for clearing fly-tipping at their own expense

A father and son have been praised by the Burnham community for clearing a case of fly-tipping in the village at their own expense. Matt Keating and his dad Steve Keating, co-owners of their business General Waste and Refuse Removal, saw a post on the Burnham Facebook groups on Monday about fly-tipping in Nashdom Lane in Burnham.

maidenhead-advertiser.co.uk ,  4d 1
Burnham father and son praised for clearing fly-tipping at their own expense

New owners and relaunch for Blackburn Rovers fan site BRFCS

Today marks the new Macron home and away shirts going on sale at the refurbished Roverstore and fans returning to Ewood Park after 17 months. Elsewhere, online forum BRCS is expanding, and has been given a new look, after a change of ownership. Set up in 1996, the site was most recently run by Glenn Pegden and Steve Birtwell, and clocks up 750 daily visitors and has 14,793 active users.

lancashiretelegraph.co.uk ,  4d 0
New owners and relaunch for Blackburn Rovers fan site BRFCS

1,500 books for Cambs children thanks to MP's Read to Succeed campaign

1,500 books were given to schoolchildren across East Cambridgeshire and Fenland as part of an annual reading campaign. Pupils in Littleport, Ely and Mepal were among those to receive new books thanks to MP Steve Barclay's Read to Succeed campaign. Read to Succeed was launched by the MP in 2016 – and has enjoyed spectacular success.

elystandard.co.uk ,  4d 0
1,500 books for Cambs children thanks to MP's Read to Succeed campaign

Passing time doing nothing

David (turned out nasty), Steve (nice bloke), Jonathan (went a bit wrong but okay now), Lyndon (known as Effort, not a bad lad, even though the front room of the house in which he lived was full of televisions his dad had somehow acquired and I don’t think he was a Rediffusion engineer), Andrew (not me, lost it big time, “in and out of the psychy ward” as my mum would say) and Andrew (me, lost it big time...).

rotherhamadvertiser.co.uk ,  5d 0
Passing time doing nothing

Who is Steve Whitehurst and does he have the biggest penis in the world?

STEVE Whitehurst was accused of shoplifting after staff saw a suspicious bulge in his jeans — but it turned out to be his 10in todger. Steve showed security his member after a female manager raised the alarm. Steve Whitehurst was accused of shoplifting after staff saw a suspicious bulge in his jeans

thescottishsun.co.uk ,  5d 0
Who is Steve Whitehurst and does he have the biggest penis in the world?

Stoneworks reopens: "Let's talk about tomorrow rather than yesterday"

After the nightmare that bars faced in 2020 and the first half of 2021 it was always to be expected that a few teething problems would arise upon their return. The Stoneworks Bar in Church Street did not escape them when it reopened last week; staff had not been behind the bar in 15 months and a few minor issues were only to be expected.

peterboroughmatters.co.uk ,  5d 0
Stoneworks reopens:

Volunteers of Barrow rotary club host 'thank you' event to give back to volunteers and NHS staff during

VOLUNTEERS are giving back to key workers and other volunteers by putting on a free night of entertainment. A 59-year-old retired man from Barrow, Steve Driver, has organised the event to say a big thank you to all the volunteers from the three Rotary clubs, council and members of the NHS from the Alfred Barrow Medical centre who worked tirelessly through the Covid-19 pandemic.

nwemail.co.uk ,  5d 0
Volunteers of Barrow rotary club host 'thank you' event to give back to volunteers and NHS staff during

Small business focus: Donna Christie has never looked back after swapping oil wells for wellness

Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Donna Christie, owner of SDC Wholelife, based near Alford. How and why did you start in business? Since leaving school in 1980 I’ve had a variety of roles within the oilfield service and hospitality sectors, where I’ve gained administrative and management skills, but I’ve always had a niggling gut feeling that I should do more, be more and help others succeed.

pressandjournal.co.uk ,  5d 0
Small business focus: Donna Christie has never looked back after swapping oil wells for wellness

Watch as extremely rare 'dust devil' tornado sweeps through car park

This was the moment an extremely rare mini tornado swept through a car park. Steve Newman was with his son when they spotted the extremely unusual weather phenomenon outside Nantwich Town FC. Steve then grabbed his phone to record footage of the strange occurrence which is known as a 'dust devil', an upward spiralling vortex of air which occurs when the ground is dry.

stokesentinel.co.uk ,  6d 5
Watch as extremely rare 'dust devil' tornado sweeps through car park

Mini-tornado in Nantwich caught on video

Steve Newman was with his son when they spotted a mini-tornado at the car park of Nantwich FC A father and son captured the moment they spotted a rare weather phenomenon in Nantwich. Steve Newman was with his son when they spotted a mini-tornado at the car park of Nantwich Town FC.

cheshire-live.co.uk ,  6d 8
Mini-tornado in Nantwich caught on video

Pervert swimming coach guilty of sexual offences against children

Tom Piggott had tried 'to lie his way out of the situation'. A pervert swimming coach has been found guilty of sexual offences against children. Aspiring swimmer Tom Piggott, 21, denied two counts of raping a child, three counts of sexual assault on a child, two counts of inciting a child to take part in a sexual act, and three counts of making indecent images of children.

dailyrecord.co.uk ,  6d 0
Pervert swimming coach guilty of sexual offences against children

Former Today show weatherman Steve Jacobs finds a mysterious rabbit on the beach - after spotting the infamous 'Bondi fox' strolling around Sydney

Steve Jacobs has a knack for spotting wild animals in urban environments. On Monday, the former Today show weatherman came across a white rabbit on his local beach. . It comes after Steve revealed he was finally lucky enough to witness Bondi's wild fox for the very first time, after hearing rumours of the 'sly little character' for ages.

dailymail.co.uk ,  6d 0
Former Today show weatherman Steve Jacobs finds a mysterious rabbit on the beach - after spotting the infamous 'Bondi fox' strolling around Sydney

Oxford United's squad numbers for next season - and why Steve Seddon picked 42

By James Roberts Senior sports reporter OXFORD United’s No 3 shirt seemed the obvious choice for Steve Seddon after he completed his move from Birmingham City last week. But instead of inheriting the jersey vacated by Josh Ruffels, his predecessor at left back, he chose 42 instead.

witneygazette.co.uk ,  6d 0
Oxford United's squad numbers for next season - and why Steve Seddon picked 42