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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 05 September

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

Firefighters Need your Scrap Cars

Friday 19 September 2008
FIREFIGHTERS across the Hambleton District are in need of scrap cars to practice life saving rescue techniques.
 

North Yorkshire's foster carers go on 'safari'

Friday 19 September 2008
FOSTER carers and their children have been out and about on a wildlife "safari"…in deepest North Yorkshire.
 

Europe unites behind seatbelt safety message

Wednesday 17 August 2008
North Yorkshire Police joined forces with colleagues across Europe last week (8-14 September) to drive home the dangers of not wearing a seatbelt.
 

New art goes on show

Wednesday 17 August 2008
A former session musician with the pop band Hue and Cry is showing off her artistic skills in another medium at the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority’s Yoredale offices in Bainbridge.
 

Broadband investment: CLA slams Government

Wednesday 17 August 2008
A GOVERMENT decision not to fund the next generation of broadband technology will deliver a damaging blow to rural business, says the Country Land and Business Association which represents thousands of landowner, framers and small rural businesses.
 

Badger Sett Disturbance

Wednesday 17 August 2008
North Yorkshire Police are appealing for information following a recent Badger Sett disturbance in the Settle area.
 

Confused rail users pay over the odds

Tuesday 16 August 2008
Railway passengers in Yorkshire are paying over the odds for many of their journeys because they are confused about the cheap deals on offer, according to a newly created website specialising in rail fares.
 

Rescuers Honoured by Police

Tuesday 16 August 2008
North Yorkshire Police held an inaugural awards ceremony recently for the countys Search and Rescue Teams.
 

Oil price threatens countryside deaths – official

Monday 15 August 2008
THE huge increase in world energy prices could mean the deaths of thousands of people in the countryside this winter if the weather turns bad, according to a startling prediction from the Government-appointed Commission for Rural Communities.
 


 


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