● 'Drivers in The Groves are responsible citizens not 'rats'' AT a time when travelling on buses is not recommended due to social distancing, the City of York Council has not helped with recent decisions on roadworks and road...
● Man Utd transfer round-up: Sancho bid prepared and Red Devils eye £40m defender Less than 10 days remain until the transfer window slams shut and United boss Ole Gunnar Solskjaer is readying a bid for to secure his priority...
● What Is The Death Rate For Covid-19 Coronavirus? What This Study Found The study calculated the infection fatality rate (IFR) for different age groups, sexes, and races in Indiana.
● Greater Manchester Residents urged to lobby MPs on welfare imports A LEADING animal welfare charity is urging Greater Manchester residents to lobby their MPs as the Agriculture Bill returns to the Commons next week.
● Keira Knightley explains why The Beatles are now her parenting secret weapon It used to be all about Paw Patrol, but Keira says it is now The Beatles who are the best tool for entertaining her eldest daughter – even thought...
● First look inside new Silkash estate homes in Westhoughton PROSPECTIVE home-owners can now take a look around brand-new homes at the Silkash estate in Westhoughton.
● Doug Flutie Maximum Football 2020 Review: The Good, The Bad, And The Bottom Line Doug Flutie Maximum Football 2020 aims to be a Madden alternative, but does it accomplish its goal?
● First coronavirus patient in Bolton takes part in trial THE FIRST Covid-19 patient has been selected to take part in a new trial at Bolton NHS Trust.
● Bolton NHS Trust nominated for technology awards in coronavirus fight Technology used by the Bolton NHS Foundation Trust in the fight against coronavirus has been shortlisted for a award.
● Bolton's Amazon team help a North West charity A CHARITY helping seriously and terminally ill children in the North West has received a £1,000 donation from the Amazon team in Bolton.
● A demolished garage is found flytipped in Westhoughton countryside A huge pile of rubble, from what appears to be a garage, was found flytipped in Dobb Brow in Westhoughton earlier this week.
● Coronavirus horror: Fears of new London lockdown as infections explode in capital CORONAVIRUS restrictions were imposed yesterday in additional UK regions, sparking fears that other areas including London would come next.
● UFC 253 Stats Preview: Head-To-Head Look At Israel Adesanya Vs. Paulo Costa UFC middleweight champion Israel Adesanya faces Paulo Costa in the main event of tonight's UFC 253 ESPN+ streaming pay-per-view card
● How To Delegate Effectively While the benefits of delegation may be clear, actually delegating is not always an easy thing to do.
● Baroness takes a ride on York zero emissions bus fleet TRANSPORT minister Baroness Vere visited York to take a ride on one of First Bus's fleet of zero emissions vehicles.
● Three arts venues which missed out on council funding set to get boost THREE arts organisations which recently missed out on council funding are now set to share almost £725,000.
● The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice urgently appeals for storage space A SOUTH Side hospice is appealing for storage space, after they were inundated with donations over summer.
● More than £2m allocated to target vacant and derelict land in Glasgow MORE than £2m has been allocated to Glasgow for work to bring vacant and derelict land back into use.
● Glasgow's cleansing team donate to Drumchapel foodbank GLASGOW’S cleansing department has donated £500 to Drumchapel’s food bank to help them feed the city’s most vulnerable residents.
● Pilot scheme giving first time buyers in Scotland loans up to £25k to continue A PILOT scheme that provides first-time buyers with loans of up to £25,000 to help them get on the property ladder is being continued next year,...
● Kate Forbes: Chancellor should not decide what jobs are worthy of support CHANCELLOR Rishi Sunak should not be able to decide what is a “viable job”, Scotland’s Finance Secretary has said.
● Bike theft reports soar as South Side cyclists warned to 'remain vigilant' SOUTH Side cyclists have been warned to remain vigilant by police after a spate of bike thefts in the area.
● Govan thug ambushed stranger after being refused a cigarette A THUG helped ambush a stranger after being refused a cigarette.
● NHS Louisa Jordan £400k shut-down contract awarded OPPOSITION politicians have questioned a decision to appoint a firm to manage the shut-down of Glasgow’s emergency Covid hospital at a cost of more than £400,000.