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Articles from Loughborough Echo (Loughborough, England) (March 4, 2020)

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'I've done every job in music - it's been a long road' Award-winning producer, DJ and multi-instrumentalist Jax Jones tells us what to expect from his sold-out gig at Rock City in Nottingham this Friday. Jax Jones 1144
'Passengers refused to move shopping bags for wheelchair' Petition launched to change law as bus drivers powerless to help. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 469
23 people convicted in massive drugs operation. 273
5IVE LIVE! Scott Robinson, one of the founding members of 5ive, talks to KEVIN COOPER about playing with Queen, and 5ive's forthcoming tour - The Boys Are Back! KEVIN COOPER 1608
A big adventure! PEPPA PIG'S BEST DAY EVER! 434
A&E waiting times in the spotlight; IN BRIEF. 208
Activists glue doors of town bank shut; Greenpeace advocates have a day of action. NICK DAWSON 378
All change at Download... 905
ALL GEEK TO ME; THE LATEST GAMING, COMICS & FILM NEWS. 283
ALSO SHOWING. 427
Arrests after site is searched by police; IN BRIEF. 224
Artist Kirsty has her first book published. 395
Augmented reality project in town; IN BRIEF. 180
Birthday performance in Sound of Music. 173
Borough's Council Tax to rise by 3.63pc; Increase agreed at full council meet. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 323
BOUTIQUE BANGERS. 274
Bradgate Park in spotlight. 297
Call Mel or Ivan now 0345 053 6770 Loughborough town centre regeneration plans unveiled; 'Bedford Square Gateway Project' will cost in region of PS1.9m. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 520
Call to end Universal Credit pay delays; IN BRIEF. 301
Can you help Uni' with research? 326
Catering trio reach the grand final of student chef challenge. 332
CLEAR AND PRESENT DANGER; Horror thriller is a sadistic pleasure as Elisabeth Moss takes on a see-through stalker. 483
Cliffe Hill workers taking part in a local quarry competition? 406
College students take the plunge. 227
Coun Ted Parton found innocent and is reinstated by Conservative Party. 713
Council tenant living in caravan because home 'unsafe' to live in; Protest over subsidence issues at the Longcliffe Road property. AMY ORTON 561
Dafydd's Everest challenge. 205
DARK WATERS[...]. 228
Dijkstra plotting a path to secure Olympic gold. 536
District council set to get tough on village HMOs; But new ruling will not come into force for 12 months. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 546
Dodecanese presentation. 600
Don't be defined by a number. If you want to wear a bikini, go for it! After a rocky road with alcoholism and depression, Denise Welch is healthier and happier than ever. GABRIELLE FAGAN finds out more. GABRIELLE FAGAN 1116
DON'T MISS. 252
Doorman was racially abused; Labelled Al Quaeda member. CIARAN FAGAN 362
Double the fun with these cult classics... BAYONETTA AND VANQUISH: 10TH ANNIVERSARY BUNDLE PEGI 18 XBOX One, PS4 ... .. GAME ON With Cheryl Mullin 599
Drink driver crashed into parked car; Given 12 month driving ban. TOM MACK 346
Easter appeal by bank to give treats to children; For underprivileged children. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 260
Evening with the Yorkshire Shepherdess. 208
Events galore for the year ahead... 619
Family Open Day at RNIB College; IN BRIEF. 163
First trust-wide careers event held for three schools. 274
Five Loughborough players make initial 24-strong GB squad for Tokyo Olympics; RUGBY. 200
Flood fears over Garendon. 272
floor couture; LESLEY TAYLOR shows how to add wow factor to your flooring. LESLEY TAYLOR 687
Former Radio 1 DJ is jailed for stash of indecent images; Stood for Lib Dems in Loughborough 2010 General Election. STUART ABEL 559
Friends enjoy interesting talk. 558
From the archive 50 YEARS AGO. 488
Gadget to help you pass wind on an airplane; Design by Cotes company. ADRIAN TROUGHTON 306
Get involved in a spring clean for Charnwood; Part of national campaign. DAVID GODSALL david.godsall@reachplc.com 321
Gun crime highest level in a decade; IN BRIEF. 267
HEALTH NOTES. 303
Holiday home from home? Many people now rent out their own properties to make extra cash while they're not there. LISA SALMON finds out more. LISA SALMON 865
I feel for anyone using the A512 route at this time. Colin Morgan 375
Illegal mobile home site raided; Burgled property, drugs and a stun gun found at premises. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 623
Interesting talk for society. 555
It's time to trust your exercise instincts; THE INTUITIVE FITNESS TREND IS ALL ABOUT LISTENING TO HOW YOUR BODY FEELS, RATHER THAN COUNTING THE AMOUNT OF CALORIES YOU'VE BURNED. LIZ CONNOR REPORTS. LIZ CONNOR 859
JASON MANFORD ANNOUNCES MAMMOTH 2021 TOUR. 208
Kyle wins Grantham qualifier to make championship finals. 205
Lesley joins the Sister Act cast. 238
LGBT+ nominations sought. 228
Life expectancy stalls and falls; Charnwood figures revealed. CLAIRE MILLER, ANNIE GOUK 555
Lightning win opening home match of season. 645
Loughborough Foxes win to book spot in cup final. 214
Maths research centre launches. 209
Medical detection dogs charity gets cash boost. 190
Midweek victory consolidates Quorn's grip on top spot. 240
More ops being cancelled at the county's hospitals; Highest number being cancelled since 2002. CLAIRE MILLER 467
Multiple success for Loughborough College athletes. 260
National Garden talk. 176
National League title joy for Charnwood Warriors; Division Three crown won with two games to spare. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 529
NOT ONLY ROCK 'N' ROLL; MILLION DOLLAR QUARTET. 963
NOW BOOKING. 264
NOW BOOKING; LARKINS Nottingham. 299
On the oche to record season's high of 180s; DARTS. 644
Pension increase is not so generous. Mike Jones 235
Photo shows Johnson family wedding. 204
Photographic competition. 498
PLANNING APPLICATIONS. 2513
POLE POSITION; Two hundred years after the discovery of the white continent, polar tourism is booming, says SARAH MARSHALL. SARAH MARSHALL 882
Police investigate Sileby incidents; IN BRIEF. 152
PS20m Uni revamp complete; Work carried out on two key campus buildings. TOM PEGDEN 731
Pub raiders steal charity collections; IN BRIEF. 257
Relief road is completed; Serving 100s of new homes. ROBIN JOHNSON 347
Rotarian awarded prestige honour for international work; IN BRIEF. 154
RUSSELL GRANT mirror. 730
School team put best feet forward... 306
Schools advice after families go in isolation over virus fears; Precautions for coronavirus. ADRIAN TROUGHTON 561
SCREEN DREAMS. 235
Shock as Grace Dieu Manor School to close; Nursery to remain, but sad times for school. ANDY RUSH andy.rush@reachplc.com 401
Society toasts St David's Day. 153
Stannard looking to continue unbeaten run in the ring. 265
Students reach National Skills Challenge Finals. 304
Study into excessive wealth. Report 364
Swimming group toasts welcome cash donations; Grants totalling PS6,380 awarded to Shepshed Dolphins. PETE WARRINGTON peter.warrington@reachplc.com 328
TAKE THREE. 179
Taxi firm's boost to Diabetes UK. 161
Top tips to take the stress out of the everyday commute... 422
Town 4th XI stop free scoring rivals in their tracks to keep faint promotion hopes alive. 452
Town business steps in to help The Carillon Memorial Trust. 364
Town council invites applications to become town councillors. 154
Town Ladies 3rd XI secure vital win in fight against relegation; hockey. 421
Transport appeal. 253
Unicorn teams seem likely to battle it out with each other for Division One title; TABLE TENNIS. 352
University study into desk working. 264
Vaccines message delivered to Parliament. 323
Villagers welcome PS12m health centre proposals; 'Investment is really important as the village grows'. BEN REID 460
VILLAGES; If you would like to contribute to Village News, contact Andy Rush on 01509. 8243
Vulnerable adults' lonely issues. 263
WHAT'S ON. 781
Why do men die before their wives...? THE FUNNY SIDE OF LIFE WITH OUR HICK FROM THE STICKS MIKE LOCKLEY. MIKE LOCKLEY Obituary 847
Why illnesses from the past are making a comeback; With measles, Dickensian diseases such as scarlet fever, whooping cough, and tuberculosis rearing their heads and life expectancy rates down, MICHELE O'CONNOR asks why our health seems to be getting worse, not better. MICHELE O'CONNOR 989

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