My vicious boyfriend beat me up and was in ‘secret school of abusers’ – but there is a way out

A mum has told of how she was beaten up by her vile boyfriend who made her believe she was ‘soft’ and ‘bruised easily’. Amy (not her real name), from Wigan, first thought they were play fighting, but was left with ‘massive bruises’ and would drop to the floor after he would give her a… Continue reading My vicious boyfriend beat me up and was in ‘secret school of abusers’ – but there is a way out

Pep Guardiola has been given a rare opportunity in Man City vs RB Leipzig – Daniel Murphy

Pep Guardiola must be rubbing his hands together because a chance like this doesn’t come along often for him. After watching his Manchester City side climb to the top of the table for the first time this season with a victory over Watford on Saturday, the manager has been further treated with the next fixture… Continue reading Pep Guardiola has been given a rare opportunity in Man City vs RB Leipzig – Daniel Murphy

Buck O’Neil, Gil Hodges and Minnie Miñoso Elected to Hall of Fame

The Baseball Hall of Fame has six new members, with Buck O’Neil, Gil Hodges, Minnie Miñoso, Tony Oliva, Jim Kaat and Bud Fowler being elected on Sunday by a pair of committees assigned to review earlier eras of the sport’s history. The robust group included several people who had been seen as snubs in the… Continue reading Buck O’Neil, Gil Hodges and Minnie Miñoso Elected to Hall of Fame

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Police report ‘aggressive’ and ‘inexperienced’ driver who ends up in ditch

An “inexperienced” motorist who had passed his test a fortnight ago rolled his car into a ditch off the A580 after driving aggressively. The driver, who was lucky to escape the car uninjured, veered off the A580, ploughed into a bush and rolled over on Sunday evening. He has been reported by Greater Manchester Police… Continue reading Police report ‘aggressive’ and ‘inexperienced’ driver who ends up in ditch

Police seize Mercedes after driver races another car in Peter Street

A driver had his white Mercedes car seized by Greater Manchester Police after racing another car down Peter Street on Sunday evening. The motorist had previously been warned by officers for driving in an antisocial manner when he was stopped in Deansgate at the end of September and, on this occasion, taking into consideration his… Continue reading Police seize Mercedes after driver races another car in Peter Street

Today’s top Greater Manchester stories – Sunday, December 5, 2021

A 90-year-old woman was left languishing in hospital for more than a month amid staff shortages in social care, heating issues which forced Royal Bolton Hospital to turn away emergency and maternity patients have now been fixed and latest figures show at least 33 people died while homeless in Greater Manchester last year. Here are… Continue reading Today’s top Greater Manchester stories – Sunday, December 5, 2021

‘Probably the best team in the world’: What it’s like to face Pep Guardiola’s Man City

Watford goalkeeping hero Daniel Bachmann says Manchester City are a “different kettle of fish” to Premier League title rivals Chelsea. The Austria international faced both teams in the space of three days at Vicarage Road, and was in no doubt that there is a gulf in class between Pep Guardiola’s reigning champions and Thomas Tuchel’s… Continue reading ‘Probably the best team in the world’: What it’s like to face Pep Guardiola’s Man City

Police and crime scene investigators outside house in Bury after man found ‘lying injured’ in front garden

A man was reportedly found lying injured outside a house in Radcliffe this morning, December 5. It is understood that the emergency services were called to the property on Chelsea Avenue. A man is believed to have been found lying on the grass with blood on his head, but this has not yet been confirmed… Continue reading Police and crime scene investigators outside house in Bury after man found ‘lying injured’ in front garden