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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 02 November

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

Nature slams chief scientist over badger cull demand

Friday 02 November 2007
ONE of the world's leading scientific journals, Nature, has slammed the Government's chief scientist, Sir David King, for recommending a cull of badgers.

Amateur artist displays in Northallerton

Friday 02 November 2007
A LOCAL Dales amateur artist is holding an exhibition in Northallerton Town Hall later this month - and he has invited some of his friends to exhibit too.

CLA accepts supermart Ombudsman

Thursday 01 November 2007
ALTHOUGH many country organisations expressed disappointment at the Competition Commission's report on the big four supermarket chains, the Country Land and Business Association has accepted one of its proposals: the appointment of an Ombudsman to adjudicate on disputes between the superstores and suppliers.

Views sought on GP out of hours services

Thursday 01 November 2007
PEOPLE across the Richmondshire district of the Yorkshire Dales are to be asked for their views on the state of out of hours health services.

November events at the Dales Countryside Museum

Wednesday 31 October 2007
FILMS and exhibitions will provide plenty for visitors to see at the Dales Countryside Museum in Hawes throughout November.

Kids enlisted in fight against litter

Wednesday 31 October 2007
SCHOOLCHILDREN are being enlisted into the fight against litter across one part of the Yorkshire Dales.

Clamp-down on super market powers?

Tuesday 30 October 2007
THE Competition Commission, which investigates business practices judged to be again the interests of ordinary consumers, is said to on the verge of taking tough action against the four big supermarket chains, Tesco, Asda, Sainsbury's and Bradford-based Morrison's.

"Eureka" moments for Dales business

Tuesday 30 October 2007
BUSINESS owners in North Yorkshire are being invited to conjure up their "Eureka moment" to expand their future profits, helped by some of Britain's top entrepreneurs.

Building in greenbelt necessary, says countryside guardian

Monday 29 October 2007
ENGLAND'S greenbelt, on of the most successful planning measures in the past 100 years, is under the greatest threat it has ever faced, according to leaked reports in yesterday's newspapers.

Organic food is better concludes massive survey

Monday 29 October 2007
ORGANIC food is substantially more healthy and beneficial, according to a massive pan-European survey based on a farm owned by Newcastle University.


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