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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (January 1, 2020)

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'Suspicious' man has been identified; IN BRIEF. 121
4% COUNCIL TAX RISE - AND PS80M WORTH OF CUTS. 810
A car built for road use, easy to drive and good handling. PETER HAYWARD 528
All the very best for the new year; If you're waiting for the January sales to treat yourself to some tech, here are my favourite buys from the last 12 months. tech now With Justin Connolly 715
ALSO SHOWING. 380
Always welcome at John Storer Gardening Club. 135
Amy is crowned winner of event decorator of the year; Scoops accolade in English Wedding Awards. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 216
An honorary degree for Dame Judith; Uni graduation ceremonies. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 692
Apprenticeship scheme continues to be a success; Housebuilder has been running it since 1970s. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 350
Belton man is awarded BEM. 238
Camera club reflect on busy autumn. 290
Cast of Aladdin pop into Rainbows Hospice. 135
Cat to lose leg after being caught in trap; Owner facing vet bill of up to PS4,000. MAIA SNOW 446
Charnwood Voices are in fine voice; IN BRIEF. 274
Charnwood's physical activity programme returns. 188
Choristers are sought for a 'Singing in Harmony' course. 363
Community rallies round for family; Christmas Day house fire sees pet dogs lost. CIARAN FAGAN AND ANDY RUSH 653
Dishwasher fire at home in Cotes. Maia Snow 290
doctor's NOTE. 160
Echo price increase. 101
Extra donation of PS5,000 made to the toy appeal; Generous gift for the Charnwood charity. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 255
Extra toll on deaths during the winter. 365
First train arrives at Gateway terminal; IN BRIEF. 306
Fledgling company is proving a hit... 292
Food labels change could be healthier; IN BRIEF. 253
FOOTBALL RESULTS & FIXTURES. 248
Former Shelthorpe man Stephen Mear awarded CBE. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 495
four reasons to...eat swede. 132
From the archive. 468
Hangover has made me think again. THE FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE WITH OUR HICK FROM THE STICKS MIKE LOCKLEY 651
Have your say on county budget plan. 147
HEADPHONES. 203
HEALTH NOTES. 224
I was eaten alive by the whole fame game; ALEX REID TELLS GABRIELLE FAGAN HOW ACTING HELPED HIM AFTER BEING THRUST INTO THE CELEBRITY WORLD. GABRIELLE FAGAN 979
I'm saying to our new PM, let's get fair funding done; County leader on what he wants from new Government LOUGHBOROUGH ECHO WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 1, 2020. AMY ORTON hinckleytimes@rtrinitymirror.com 650
Inspirational personalities.... North West Leicestershire Sport and Health Awards. 383
ISL championship joy for Loughborough trio; Inaugural season comes to an end in Las Vegas. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 234
Jailed for sexually assaulting patients. 160
JOINT CUSTODY; HEALTH& lifestyle WEAR AND TEAR AFFECTS MILLIONS OF US - BUT THERE'S STILL LOTS WE CAN DO TO STAY HEALTHY, SAYS ABI JACKSON. ABI JACKSON 976
Last gasp goal denies Dynamo deserved victory. 287
Loughborough graduate's Andy Murray documentary. 153
Loughborough Half Marathon set for March; Organised by Living Without Abuse charity. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 224
Man in River Soar search is safe. 179
Many thanks to all voted for me. 301
Matharu takes first place at Barrow's Boxing Day event. 307
Menopausal study by the University; Five minutes' exercise a day beneficial. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 327
Missed penalty sees Shepshed Dynamo drop points and lose first place; FOOTBALL. 532
More drugs being seized in county; IN BRIEF. 182
More than 440 children homeless in 12 months; Councillor: 'Shocked by so many people being in such a position'. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 406
New book by BBC journalist. 163
New lip reading classes planned this year. 270
New principal appointed to East Leake Academy; He has been the acting principal since September 2019. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 410
Now we are back in 1954. 369
Number of bus users is increasing; IN BRIEF. 163
Pac to where the decade began. GAME ON With Cheryl Mullin 1349
PLANNING APPLICATIONS. 1415
Police offer tips after a spate of parcel thefts in the area. 215
Police sergeant preparing for Marathon run; For cause close to his heart. 355
Profits up for airport owners; IN BRIEF. Financial report 268
Rainbow laces sales success. 362
RUSSELL GRANT. RUSSELL GRANTco.uk/ horoscopes 729
Seasonal treats enjoyed by the children at Steps... Centre manager praises generosity of benefactors. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 319
Set to get new post office after waiting over a year; Barrow-upon-Soar residents will be celebrating. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 317
Siblings design new sign for Dishley; They won competition by councillors. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 277
Sisters are doing it for themselves. 484
SMART SPEAKER. 141
SPIES IN DISGUISE (PG) ... 219
Students design festive tree. 286
Sustainable activities galore at Fruit Routes; 'Event has started to become generational'. 394
TABLET. 151
Take precautions with your health; IN BRIEF. 270
Talking about tea... IN BRIEF. 152
Tech message play. 241
Ten hidden triggers in your home for allergies; everyday things can cause sniffles and irritations, says HELEN WHITEHOUSE. 813
THE BIRDIE DANCE; Every year thousands of migrating cranes take a break beside a lake in west Sweden - and show off their dance moves. CHARLIE ELDER caught them in action. CHARLIE ELDER 926
These vital first aid skills could save your child's life; health & lifestyle As research shows more than half of parents don't know how to do CPR on a child, an expert tells LISA SALMON the most important first aid skills that parents need to learn. LISA SALMON 944
Town opticians wins branch of the year award. 188
Trucking tickets; IN BRIEF. 117
Trust invites folk on canal walks to stay happy and healthy. 241
Uni project to save costs for car makers; IN BRIEF. 102
Views sought on well-being strategy; IN BRIEF. 193
Whitewash win for the Spot On Waifs and Strays; DARTS. 605
Window win for 'Sew Retro' Businesses get into festive spirit for Best Dressed Window contest. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 159
Winter wonderland at RNIB College. 227

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