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1. MP Ed Balls faces police probe after "˜fail-to-stop" crash in Leeds - Yorkshire Evening Post
Shadow Chancellor and Leeds MP Ed Balls is facing a police probe after he collided with a parked car and drove off – without contacting the owner.Mr Balls, the MP for Morley and Outwood, damaged a Peugeot 306 as he left the Labour rooms in Morley in his car, but failed to get in touch with the vehicle’s owner or leave his insurance details.An inquiry has now been launched by West Yorkshire Police into an allegation that he committed a criminal offence by failing to stop at the scene of an accident.
URL: http://www.yorkshireeveningpost.co.uk/news/latest-news/top-stories/mp-ed-balls-faces-police-probe-after-fail-to-stop-crash-in-leeds-1-6563027 - 109KB - 16 Apr 2014
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2. The GROSS British Bake Off: Baker creates an ashtray cake, fungal toe cookies and bloodied ear...
A Hertfordshire baker has created an array of gory treats including fungal toe cookies complete with corns or chilblains, severed ear cake pops - with wax - or blackened lung cake.
URL: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/femail/article-2305824/The-GROSS-British-Bake-Off--Baker-creates-ashtray-cake-fungal-toe-cookies-bloodied-ear-cake-pops.html - 190KB - 09 Apr 2013
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3. The story of fight to save our railways - Local - Whitby Gazette
It is half a century ago when the face of railway travel across Whitby and district changed forever when the decision was made public to close two of its busy railway lines.The infamous Dr Richard Beeching who was recruited by the Government from a very successful business career at ICI, was tasked with making railways profitable again.His report published in 1963 recommended taking an axe to a third of the country’s rail network, 5,000 miles of track including hundreds of branch lines, 2,363 stations and tens of thousands of jobs.Despite furious vocal opposition from in and around Whitby, British Rail issued formal closure notices for all three lines in February 1964Labour peer Lord Faulkner, who is deputy leader in the House of Lords, told the Whitby Gazette: “Unsurprisingly, the Whitby Gazette claimed a great victory and believed that is campaign had saved all three services.“Three weeks later, however, jubilation turned to despair when Minister of Transport Ernest Marples announced that then Middlesbrough to Whitby line would be reprieved but closure of the other two would go ahead.”As the general election approached, Peter Hardy, Labour candidate for Scarborough and Whitby produced a letter written by Harold Wilson on September 15 which said that the two threatened lines to Whitby fell within the manifesto pledge on major closures - that if Labour won the election the two threatened lines would be reprieved.The Prime Minister’s letter was later exposed as a hoax - the Gazette reported at the time of the “rail letter callous hoax” and to this day, no one has admitted to sending it.Cabinet records also show, according to the book, that the closure of the two lines to Whitby and a number of others at the same time went ahead because Labour had decided to go back on their election manifesto commitment to halt major closures.On 22 December, Conservative Whitby and Scarborough MP Sir Alexander Spearman made one last effort to save the two lines.....
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/the-story-of-fight-to-save-our-railways-1-5824941 - 115KB - 16 Jul 2013
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4. A day in the life of Whitby's transport chief - Whitby Gazette
Never before has Whitby been held in such high esteem among Britain’s corridors of power.In October last year, the town’s MP was elevated to the position of Minister for Transport, but in his new role does Robert Goodwill still have Whitby’s needs at heart?“I think a constituency keeps your feet on the ground,” Robert told the Whitby Gazette’s Karl Hansell when the pair met in London last week. “One of the strengths of our parliamentary system is you really can’t ignore what’s going on back home.”Overnight Robert’s responsibilities rocketed from the 75,000 constituents of Whitby and Scarborough to multi-billion pound projects such as the new high speed rail network, road safety and aviation for the entire country.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/a-day-in-the-life-of-whitby-s-transport-chief-1-6512432 - 115KB - 23 Mar 2014
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5. Exclusive look at HS2 vision for city - The Star
A VAST raised railway line passing above Meadowhall and dwarfing the Tinsley Viaduct - this is the first image of how the new High Speed Railway might look in Sheffield.
URL: http://www.thestar.co.uk/features/exclusive-look-at-hs2-vision-for-city-1-6498663 - 99KB - 19 Mar 2014
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6. Town became a pawn in World War gamble - Whitby Gazette
Death emerged from a heavy blanket of North Sea fog on the morning of December 16 1914.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/what-s-on/out-about/town-became-a-pawn-in-world-war-gamble-1-6473779 - 105KB - 03 Mar 2014
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7. Piers saved for future generations - Local - Whitby Gazette
Action is being taken to secure the future of Whitby’s piers after almost £5million of funding was pledged from the Environment Agency.After what borough councillor Joe Plant described as five years’ hard work, he received the “fantastic news for Whitby” that the agency was set to award £4.8m towards repair work for Whitby’s two piers, including installing new sea defences.“It was a lot of time and hard work, but I am pleased to say £4.8m is the right result. The repairs are a really long time coming and finally we can say the work is being put in.”The repairs have been identified and applied for through the Whitby Coastal Defence Strategy 2. However, the hard work is not over yet for Coun Plant and the working party as experts must now be commissioned to discover what work needs to be done.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/piers-saved-for-future-generations-1-5851659 - 111KB - 13 Jul 2013
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8. Exclusive: MP and Home Office failed to act on Rotherham grooming 11 years ago - Yorkshire Post
ROTHERHAM's horrific abuse concerns were raised with the Home Office and the town's MP but never acted on, The Yorkshire Post can reveal.
URL: http://www.yorkshirepost.co.uk/news/main-topics/general-news/exclusive-mp-and-home-office-failed-to-act-on-rotherham-grooming-11-years-ago-1-6913834 - 137KB - 07 Feb 2015
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9. Photographer flees to home country - Local - Whitby Gazette
A PHOTOGRAPHER who is alleged to have stolen over £1,000 from his own gallery is believed to have fled to his home country of Lithuania.A warrant has been issued for the arrest of Arunas Staponas (27), who had been living on Church Street in Whitby, after he failed to answer bail on 31 January.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/photographer-flees-to-home-country-1-5417458 - 108KB - 16 Feb 2013
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10. Historic homes doomed by landslide - Local - Whitby Gazette
A ROW of Victorian terraced houses are set to be demolished following a landslide on Tuesday morning.The 150-year-old former jetworkers’ cottages are located in Aelfleda Terrace, off The Ropery, and have been condemned after land slipped away through the night, leaving the buildings precariously balanced.Alan Tomlinson, of Flowergate, is a former Aelfleda Terrace resident and now lets the property to holidaymakers. He said: “It’s heartbreaking to see it just like this. It’s lucky that it didn’t happen in the middle of the day and there was nobody in it.”An emergency meeting was held at the harbour master’s office on Tuesday afternoon, where shocked homeowners were informed that their properties were set to be demolished.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/historic-homes-doomed-by-landslide-1-5172749 - 109KB - 28 Nov 2012
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11. Christmas wrecked by raiders - Local - Whitby Gazette
A WHITBY family has been left heartbroken this Christmas after thieves broke into their house while they slept and stole the presents from under their tree as well as taking their new car.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/christmas-wrecked-by-raiders-1-5258625 - 109KB - 29 Dec 2012
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12. Internet snooping on job seekers: not just creepy but a shocking waste of money –...
The Government's attempts to computerise the chaotic Job Centre system have taken a turn for the farcical today, with the announcement that in future it will use online cookies – tracking code that enables snoopers to follow your internet searches – to follow job seekers around the internet, and make sure they are actually looking for jobs. The Job Centres will know how many searches you've done on the government jobs website, and if you've turned down any viable opportunities. You can turn off the cookies, but then your benefit advisor can "sanction" you, making you attend "mandatory work activity" – i.e. free shelf-stacking that takes away low-skilled jobs, making it even harder for people to get out of being unemployed.
URL: http://blogs.telegraph.co.uk/technology/willardfoxton2/100008569/internet-snooping-on-job-seekers-not-just-creepy-but-a-shocking-waste-of-money/ - 53KB - 20 Dec 2012
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13. Mine company pledges £1.5m investment for rail services - Business - Whitby Gazette
Extra train services will be put on in Whitby - on the condition that the potash mine is given the go-ahead.York Potash, the firm behind the controversial mine earmarked for development at Sneatonthorpe, has pledged to plough £1.5 million worth of funding into putting on four extra return train services per day.They would be on the timetable all year round and run on the Esk Valley railway line from Middlesbrough to Whitby.Existing services would not be affected and the new services would coincide with shift change times at the proposed mine at 6am, 2pm and 10pm.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/business/mine-company-pledges-1-5m-investment-for-rail-services-1-5848870 - 113KB - 12 Jul 2013
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14. You can't get out of a borrowing crisis by borrowing more
Some have pointed to a paradox in what I argue. I both agree with the government that you cannot get out of a state borrowing crisis by borrowing more, and propose that more credit in the private sector would be a good thing to get the economy moving. These statements need not be contradictory.
URL: http://johnredwoodsdiary.com/2012/06/12/you-cant-get-out-of-a-borrowing-crisis-by-borrowing-more/ - 259KB - 08 Aug 2012
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15. Heritage lighting confusion - Entertainment - Whitby Gazette
MEMBERS of Whitby Town Council have questioned the “extortionate” prices quoted to replace heritage lighting in Whitby.North Yorkshire County Council say that it would cost between £900 and £1,000 to replace each of the decorative wall brackets and lanterns that are found in yards such as White Horse Yard.These lanterns date back hundreds of years, but due to significant budget cuts the county council said they can only afford to replace them with standard street lights, which cost around £250.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/lifestyle/entertainment/heritage-lighting-confusion-1-4709232 - 109KB - 07 Jul 2012
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16. Region to host Tour de France - Local - Whitby Gazette
THE world’s most famous cycling race is coming to the region in 2014, it has today been announced.Yorkshire will host the Grand Départ, the huge and prestigious opening few days racing, of the 2014 event, bringing the iconic race to the north of England for the first time.Gary Verity, chief executive of Welcome to Yorkshire, the agency behind the county’s bid, said: “Today is a proud day for everyone involved in the bid and the county as a whole. We are honoured that the race organisers, the Amaury Sport Organisation (ASO), have selected Yorkshire to be the host location of the 2014 Grand Départ.
URL: http://www.whitbygazette.co.uk/news/local/region-to-host-tour-de-france-1-5227985 - 109KB - 15 Dec 2012
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