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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 2nd February

A look back at the past week, with our weekly round up of Yorkshire Dales News published on Daelnet.

Controversial Chief Constable steps down

Friday 02 February 2007
NORTH Yorkshire's controversial Chief Constable Delia Cannings, who has announced that she it to take early retirement at the age of 53, will leave a puzzling legacy for the county's hard-pressed council tax payers.
 

Cyberspace business seminars for N. Yorks

Thursday 01 February 2007
A NEW style of business seminar which allows the owners of small North Yorkshire businesses to get top- class professional advice without leaving their desks has proved so successful that two more have been organised.
 

Countryside group celebrates centenary

Thursday 01 February 2007
A YORK hotel turned the clock back to the beginning of the 20th century this week as the Country Land and Business Association (CLA) celebrated its 100th anniversary and revealed the winner of its historic photo competition.
 

Campaign group seeks young dales environmental heroes

Wednesday 31 January 2007
THE Yorkshire Dales Society and Craven Branch of CPRE are offering an award of £500 to a young person who has made, or is making, a valued contribution to the life, work and environment of the Yorkshire Dales.
 

Yorkshire short film wins top award

Tuesday 30 January 2007
A YORKSHIRE based female filmmaking duo are celebrating the news that their film - shot partly on location in the Worth Valley - has won the grand prize in a major Short Movie Awards competition in the United States.
 

Drive to keep traffic moving on notorious Dales road

Tuesday 30 January 2007
A MAJOR campaign to improve safety and keep the traffic moving on a notorious stretch of Yorkshire Dales road - one of the steepest in England - is being mounted and will see information leaflets handed to truckers across the country.
 

County pledges £430,000 for Dales affordable homes

Monday 29 January 2007
AFFORDABLE housing in the Yorkshire Dales has received a boost as North Yorkshire County Council announces its intention to pledge almost £500k towards the cost of providing affordable homes in one of the county's most expensive property areas.
 

Quad bike campaign driven home in Craven

Monday 29 January 2007
A RECENT campaign aimed at improving safety for farm workers using quad bikes across the Craven district has paid dividends according to the Health and Safety Executive.
 


 


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