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Daily Star
Googlebox Steph and Dom Parker's B&B kitchen 'one of the most disgusting'month, also claimed Steph let her dachshund Chichi sit on worktops used to prep
Googlebox Steph and Dom Parker's B&B kitchen 'one of the most disgusting'
Daily Star / Posted an hour ago
month, also claimed Steph let her dachshund Chichi sit on worktops used to prepare guests’ cream teas. He spoke as Dover District Council gave the Salutation just one out of five in its food hygiene rating system – meaning “major improvement” is... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour leadership campaign in Salford to rapturous receptionRamsgate in which around 500 people took part. The UKIP incumbent had stood do
Jeremy Corbyn launches Labour leadership campaign in Salford to rapturous reception
Manchester Evening News / Posted 4 hours ago
Ramsgate in which around 500 people took part. The UKIP incumbent had stood down from both that seat and his role in the district council. In the higher level district council election, UKIP won.Supporters of Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn during... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Jeremy Corbyn blasted the media for ignoring this Labour by-election victoryor not clearly marked. Ukip candidate Roy Potts also stood two weeks earlier i
Jeremy Corbyn blasted the media for ignoring this Labour by-election victory
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 hours ago
or not clearly marked. Ukip candidate Roy Potts also stood two weeks earlier in a by-election for the much larger Thanet District Council. He defeated Labour candidate David Green by 295 votes to 281, on a 20% turnout. Cllr Potts' victory means... Read more
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Louth Leader
Louth Town Council could face £3,000 bill for potential by-electionto now be called, then that’s a substantial cost on the ratepayer of £3,000 plu
Louth Town Council could face £3,000 bill for potential by-election
Louth Leader / Posted 10 hours ago
to now be called, then that’s a substantial cost on the ratepayer of £3,000 plus.” Before March this year, East Lindsey District Council covered the costs of parish council elections but now - as part of ELDC’s bid to save £6 million over the... Read more
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Louth Leader
Green waste collections ‘could cost £60’service operated by ELDC - with one proposal involving a potential charge of ar
Green waste collections ‘could cost £60’
Louth Leader / Posted 13 hours ago
service operated by ELDC - with one proposal involving a potential charge of around £60 per year. Since 2014, the district council has provided the fortnightly service all year around on a subscription basis, with those who use the service... Read more
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Express and Star
Cannock Hospital car park scheme in doubt « Express & StarCannock Chase District Council has been looking to extend the car park off Beec
Cannock Hospital car park scheme in doubt « Express & Star
Express and Star / Posted 17 hours ago
Cannock Chase District Council has been looking to extend the car park off Beecroft Road for over a year. The authority recently submitted a proposal to extend the site from 200 spaces to over 270. The plans included demolishing two bungalows. But... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Warning to public as carcass of whale washes up at St John's Point beauty spotAgency confirmed last night that the Receiver of Wreck had been informed and wa
Warning to public as carcass of whale washes up at St John's Point beauty spot
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
Agency confirmed last night that the Receiver of Wreck had been informed and was working with Newry, Mourne and Down District Council. The agency advised members of the public to keep at a safe distance from the whale's body, for their own... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Kesgrave woman overclaimed £7,600 from Department of Work and Pensionsshe had received an inheritance after a property in Edinburgh had been sold. G
Kesgrave woman overclaimed £7,600 from Department of Work and Pensions
Ipswich Star / Posted 17 hours ago
she had received an inheritance after a property in Edinburgh had been sold. Goldsmith had informed Suffolk Coastal District Council about the money, but had not put it on the relevant forms for her Employment Support Allowance... Read more
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NZCity
Wild weather lashes much of the countrycaused surface flooding on the Cardrona Valley Road and minor rockfalls on the
Wild weather lashes much of the country
NZCity / Posted 19 hours ago
caused surface flooding on the Cardrona Valley Road and minor rockfalls on the Crown Range, according to Queenstown Lakes District Council. Some flights were cancelled at Queenstown Airport due to severe weather and some ski areas closed after... Read more
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Sabah Daily Express
'Govt unfair to 15,000 workers'reporters during a meeting with the Cuepacs President and a briefing to improve
'Govt unfair to 15,000 workers'
Sabah Daily Express / Posted 20 hours ago
reporters during a meeting with the Cuepacs President and a briefing to improve the service schemes at a hall in Semporna District Council, here, Friday. Also present were Sabah Cuepacs President Maiman Muntial and District Officer Dr Chacho... Read more
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guardian-series
Planning applications for Epping ForestA summary of planning applications submitted to Epping Forest District Council
Planning applications for Epping Forest
guardian-series / Posted 20 hours ago
A summary of planning applications submitted to Epping Forest District Council in the week up to July 15 are listed below. For more information or to make comments, visit www.eppingforestdc.gov.uk. A full list of planning applications is available... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Council deny concerns that goats brought in to protect Cromer beauty spot are destroying iton Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. P
Council deny concerns that goats brought in to protect Cromer beauty spot are destroying it
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
on Melbourne slope in Cromer to help with keeping the slope vegetation clear. Picture: MARK BULLIMORE North Norfolk District Council unleashed eight Bagot billies - Britain’s oldest breed of goat - on the town’s cliff tops as part of a new... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Louise James stands for the New Pylmouth District CouncilSaturday, 23 July 2016, 11:08 amPress Release: Supplied via Mediacom press rele
Louise James stands for the New Pylmouth District Council
Scoop.co.nz / Posted yesterday
Saturday, 23 July 2016, 11:08 amPress Release: Supplied via Mediacom press release distributionAn interesting candidate Louise James is putting her name forward to stand for the New Plymouth... Read more
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Spalding Today
See the future of South Holland in Spalding and Crowlandand economic growth in South East Lincolnshire, including the areas covered by
See the future of South Holland in Spalding and Crowland
Spalding Today / Posted yesterday
and economic growth in South East Lincolnshire, including the areas covered by Boston Borough Council and South Holland District Council, is being drawn up for the period up to 2036. The public can get involved in its preparation by coming to a... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Only 4 nominees so farOnly four people have put their hands up so far for dozens of local government
Only 4 nominees so far
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Only four people have put their hands up so far for dozens of local government roles in Otago's district council areas. Nobody has been officially nominated yet for mayoral, council or community board roles in the Central Otago and Queenstown-Lakes... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Council to look at bus stop issuesnot have lighting, shelter or a seat, raises health and safety issues. The bus
Council to look at bus stop issues
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
not have lighting, shelter or a seat, raises health and safety issues. The bus stop in Bond St was moved by the Waitaki District Council to Sanday St in June to accommodate an increased demand for parking in Bond St. The stop is used by... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bones,fat upset park usersmess of animal bones and fat has been dumped at Maniototo Park several times re
Bones,fat upset park users
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
mess of animal bones and fat has been dumped at Maniototo Park several times recently, which is disturbing for park users, district council staff say. Central Otago District Council parks and recreation manager Mat Begg it appeared the mess was... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Good public transport key to congestionSimple building more and more roads will not solve Queenstown's congestion chao
Good public transport key to congestion
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
Simple building more and more roads will not solve Queenstown's congestion chaos, the district council's leader says. Queenstown Lakes District Council chief executive Mike Theelen believes "desirable'' public transport and other modes of transport... Read more
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Otago Daily Times
Bridge construction proceeds with abutment pile drillingthe river after that. Mr Dowsett said the bridge's design was now complete and
Bridge construction proceeds with abutment pile drilling
Otago Daily Times / Posted yesterday
the river after that. Mr Dowsett said the bridge's design was now complete and had been signed off by the Queenstown Lakes District Council. However, the NZTA was consulting with the council over detailed design work for the existing bridge once... Read more
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The Comet
Plan to turn Letchworth’s first purpose-built pub into flats rejected while Whitwell housing application is deferredplan to build flats on the site of Letchworth’s first purpose-built pub was rej
Plan to turn Letchworth’s first purpose-built pub into flats rejected while Whitwell housing application is deferred
The Comet / Posted yesterday
plan to build flats on the site of Letchworth’s first purpose-built pub was rejected last night. North Herts District Council planners turned down the proposal to turn the former Black Squirrel pub in Gernon Road into 18 flats, citing... Read more
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Daily Mail
Rod Stewart settles into new £4.6m home after years of renovationa landscape gardening business. He and Penny are also regulars at the Chelsea F
Rod Stewart settles into new £4.6m home after years of renovation
Daily Mail / Posted yesterday
a landscape gardening business. He and Penny are also regulars at the Chelsea Flower Show (left) In January, Epping Forest District Council approved plans for a five-a-side pitch on the site, which will have a car park with 20 spaces next to it and... Read more
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This is West Country
Sedgemoor invited to join Taunton Deane and West Somerset mergerbetween Taunton Deane and West Somerset Councils have taken another twist - aft
Sedgemoor invited to join Taunton Deane and West Somerset merger
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
between Taunton Deane and West Somerset Councils have taken another twist - after a last-ditch attempt to involve Sedgemoor District Council in a possible union. Taunton Deane Council is due to vote on whether to opt for a merger with West Somerset... Read more
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Herts Advertiser
Three swans dead from suspected botulism at Verulamium Lakebotulinum) produced from silt in warmer temperatures. A number of dead ducks h
Three swans dead from suspected botulism at Verulamium Lake
Herts Advertiser / Posted yesterday
botulinum) produced from silt in warmer temperatures. A number of dead ducks have been spotted in recent weeks but the district council will not confirm the deaths are caused by botulism. Now three swans, which were retrieved by Swan Rescue... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Dates announced for public to have a say on new homes sites in Suffolk Coastal Suffolk Coastal District Council 's HQ will host the public sessions People
Dates announced for public to have a say on new homes sites in Suffolk Coastal
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
Suffolk Coastal District Council 's HQ will host the public sessions People in east Suffolk will be able to give their views on specific sites allocated for 7,900 homes... Read more
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Louth Leader
Fulstow and North Somercotes applications are rejectedcarport on a plot at South Lodge, off South Road in North Somercotes. The coup
Fulstow and North Somercotes applications are rejected
Louth Leader / Posted yesterday
carport on a plot at South Lodge, off South Road in North Somercotes. The couple’s planning application was refused by the District Council on the grounds that the proposed property would be ‘significantly harmful to the rural countryside character... Read more
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Horncastle Today
Fulstow and North Somercotes applications are rejectedcarport on a plot at South Lodge, off South Road in North Somercotes. The coup
Fulstow and North Somercotes applications are rejected
Horncastle Today / Posted yesterday
carport on a plot at South Lodge, off South Road in North Somercotes. The couple’s planning application was refused by the District Council on the grounds that the proposed property would be ‘significantly harmful to the rural countryside character... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Villagers' bins left full due to 'mechanical problem' with lorryof The Avenue were confused to find that their bins had been neglected by waste
Villagers' bins left full due to 'mechanical problem' with lorry
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
of The Avenue were confused to find that their bins had been neglected by waste collectors working for Vale of White Horse District Council, who were spotted returning to the village this morning one day after their scheduled round. Gavin Walton,... Read more
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chad
Spitting to be banned in Mansfield?could be banned in parts of Mansfield as part of tougher new legislation that i
Spitting to be banned in Mansfield?
chad / Posted yesterday
could be banned in parts of Mansfield as part of tougher new legislation that is expected to come into force. Mansfield District Council will discuss imposing a public spaces protection order (PSPO) at the monthly meeting on Tuesday in an effort... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Villagers' bins left full due to 'mechanical problem' with lorryof The Avenue were confused to find that their bins had been neglected by waste
Villagers' bins left full due to 'mechanical problem' with lorry
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
of The Avenue were confused to find that their bins had been neglected by waste collectors working for Vale of White Horse District Council, who were spotted returning to the village this morning one day after their scheduled round. Gavin Walton,... Read more
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Derbyshire Times
Eight great days out in Derbyshire over the Summer holidaysHolidays are upon us, so here’s a lit of ways to keep the kids entertained. Li
Eight great days out in Derbyshire over the Summer holidays
Derbyshire Times / Posted yesterday
Holidays are upon us, so here’s a lit of ways to keep the kids entertained. Live a life of leisure North East Derbyshire District Council bumper load of boredom-busting activities taking place at its leisure centres until the end of August, with... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Former March and Wisbech St Mary man who shot wife and daughter before turning gun on himself did not have a firearms licencecolleagues from the East Midlands Major Crime Team in order to provide answers
Former March and Wisbech St Mary man who shot wife and daughter before turning gun on himself did not have a firearms licence
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
colleagues from the East Midlands Major Crime Team in order to provide answers around what has happened. “Along with South Holland District Council and the British Red Cross we will be providing support to anyone adversely affected by this trage... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Iceland one step closer in securing spot at Chichester Retail Parkand Lidl just south Iceland looks to be one step closer in securing a place at
Iceland one step closer in securing spot at Chichester Retail Park
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
and Lidl just south Iceland looks to be one step closer in securing a place at Barnfield Retail Park after Chichester District Council permitted a change in conditions for the unit. These conditions previously prevented a clothing or food... Read more
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chad
Weekly bin plan rejectedAshfield District Council chiefs have promised to discuss potential changes to
Weekly bin plan rejected
chad / Posted yesterday
Ashfield District Council chiefs have promised to discuss potential changes to its bins policy following the EU referendum result. A bid by opposition councillors have called for weekly bin collections for ‘residual waste’ to be introduced after the... Read more
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chad
Councillors vote to cut their paymentsAshfield District Councillors have voted to cut their allowances to save the au
Councillors vote to cut their payments
chad / Posted yesterday
Ashfield District Councillors have voted to cut their allowances to save the authority almost £30,000 a year. At a meeting of the full council on Thursday Council leader Cheryl Butler said she welcomed the findings of the study carried out by the... Read more
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Gazette
Pokemon, press releases and housing tours - my week with Stroud District CouncilWork experience at Stroud District Council By Danielle Bradbury Monday 10th J
Pokemon, press releases and housing tours - my week with Stroud District Council
Gazette / Posted yesterday
Work experience at Stroud District Council By Danielle Bradbury Monday 10th July On my first day at Stroud District Council I participated in a lot of tasks. I had a quick tour in the department I would be working in and I was fascinated by how... Read more
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The Comet
‘A complete lack of sympathy’ – Baldock and Letchworth groups react to North Herts District Council’s approval of draft Local Plan North Herts District Council offices in Letchworth. Groups campaigning to pr
‘A complete lack of sympathy’ – Baldock and Letchworth groups react to North Herts District Council’s approval of draft Local Plan
The Comet / Posted yesterday
North Herts District Council offices in Letchworth. Groups campaigning to preserve Green Belt around Baldock and... Read more
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Ipswich Star
Feisty swan ‘annihilates’ eight model boats on Needham Lake... Queen asked to sort the fowl-tempered bird outtemper. Earlier this year placards were put up at Needham Lake warning visitor
Feisty swan ‘annihilates’ eight model boats on Needham Lake... Queen asked to sort the fowl-tempered bird out
Ipswich Star / Posted yesterday
temper. Earlier this year placards were put up at Needham Lake warning visitors about the aggressive bird, but Mid Suffolk District Council have claimed the swan is not a risk to the public. Many visitors to the lake have reported incidents of the... Read more
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Chichester Observer
25 North Mundham homes approved despite ongoing sewage concernshas been approved – despite unresolved concerns over foul water drainage. In a
25 North Mundham homes approved despite ongoing sewage concerns
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
has been approved – despite unresolved concerns over foul water drainage. In a meeting on Wednesday, July 20, Chichester District Council permitted the erection of the new houses on land south of Stoney Lodge, School Lane, as well as associated... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Agonising 10 week road closure ahead for Harwell villagecounty councillor Stewart Lilly said his authority's highways team had been lef
Agonising 10 week road closure ahead for Harwell village
This is Oxfordshire / Posted yesterday
county councillor Stewart Lilly said his authority's highways team had been left to clear up the pieces of the district council's planning approval. He said: "The road closure has been the cause of much frustration, anger and concern... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Agonising 10 week road closure ahead for Harwell villagecounty councillor Stewart Lilly said his authority's highways team had been lef
Agonising 10 week road closure ahead for Harwell village
Oxford Mail / Posted yesterday
county councillor Stewart Lilly said his authority's highways team had been left to clear up the pieces of the district council's planning approval. He said: "The road closure has been the cause of much frustration, anger and concern... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
How Singida Women Benefit From Horticultureregion in a bid to boost the entire region's economy through horticulture is ga
How Singida Women Benefit From Horticulture
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
region in a bid to boost the entire region's economy through horticulture is gaining desirable momentum after Mkalama District Council, in collaboration with Helvetas Tanzania joined hands to support women groups. Horticulture is sharply... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
GBV - How Police Must Handle Children Cases21 of 2009," the social welfare officer explained. Mr Victor Kabuje, the Head o
GBV - How Police Must Handle Children Cases
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
21 of 2009," the social welfare officer explained. Mr Victor Kabuje, the Head of Community Development Department at Tarime District Council said the training will enhance child rights protection efforts in the region. "This is a milestone because... Read more
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Chichester Observer
Airshow commemoration plans to go ahead next monthall welcome to attend. The community is then invited on Monday August 22 to jo
Airshow commemoration plans to go ahead next month
Chichester Observer / Posted yesterday
all welcome to attend. The community is then invited on Monday August 22 to join emergency services and members of Adur District Council outside the Shoreham Centre in Pond Road for a minute of silence at exactly 1.22pm, marking one year since... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
New Kendal playpark given the green lightin Kendal is to be built after the summer holidays. Rinkfield Area Community G
New Kendal playpark given the green light
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
in Kendal is to be built after the summer holidays. Rinkfield Area Community Group has been working with South Lakeland District Council to secure a new playground similar to the one on Sandylands. The Rinkfield park has now been given the... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
Stunning images of the Lake District taken by a droneand surveys for selling houses, business premises and land.” Simon has provide
Stunning images of the Lake District taken by a drone
West Moreland Gazette / Posted yesterday
and surveys for selling houses, business premises and land.” Simon has provided aerial photography for Eden Valley District Council Tourism, Carlisle Airport, Bendrigg Trust, Davis & Bowring Estate Agents, Lakeland Trails and the North of... Read more
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Aylesbury Today
£190,000 fine after customer scarred for life by falling flat pack at Aylesbury’s B&M storefined £190,000 and ordered to pay full costs of £9,500 at a hearing on Tuesday.
£190,000 fine after customer scarred for life by falling flat pack at Aylesbury’s B&M store
Aylesbury Today / Posted yesterday
fined £190,000 and ordered to pay full costs of £9,500 at a hearing on Tuesday. The prosecution, brought by Aylesbury Vale District Council, alleged that the company failed to adequately assess the risks of displaying large and heavy items in the... Read more
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chad
Ashfield District Council to take over housing stock from Ashfield Homes in SeptemberControversial plans to bring the control of housing stock back into the hands o
Ashfield District Council to take over housing stock from Ashfield Homes in September
chad / Posted yesterday
Controversial plans to bring the control of housing stock back into the hands of Ashfield District Council is planned to happen in September - six months earlier than planned. The management agreement between Ashfield District Council and Ashfield... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Travellers face eviction from Thorpe Marriott parkMarriott are due to be evicted this morning. The action follows an emergency m
Travellers face eviction from Thorpe Marriott park
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
Marriott are due to be evicted this morning. The action follows an emergency meeting of Taverham Parish Council, Broadland District Council and Norfolk Police yesterday where a plan was agreed to deal with the encampment, just off of Pendlesham... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Cromer council deny concerns that goats brought in to protect beauty spot are destroying itthat goats brought in to protect a beauty spot in Cromer were actually in dange
Cromer council deny concerns that goats brought in to protect beauty spot are destroying it
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted yesterday
that goats brought in to protect a beauty spot in Cromer were actually in danger of causing its destruction. North Norfolk District Council unleashed eight Bagot billies - Britain’s oldest breed of goat - on the town’s cliff tops as part of a new... Read more
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This is West Country
New figures reveal Mid Devon residents owe £1.7 million in unpaid council taxearlier you seek free advice, the quicker and easier the problem will be to sol
New figures reveal Mid Devon residents owe £1.7 million in unpaid council tax
This is West Country / Posted yesterday
earlier you seek free advice, the quicker and easier the problem will be to solve.” A spokesman for Mid Devon District Council said: "On March, 31 2016, Mid Devon District Council residents did owe £1.7m in unpaid council tax. "That... Read more
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