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Yorkshire Dales News - Weekly Round Up

Week Ending Friday 10 July 2009

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

Swine Flu: Do your bit and get a ‘Flu Friend’

Friday 10 July
PUBLIC health chiefs in North Yorkshire are urging people to find a ‘Flu Friend’ as part of their preparations should they get swine flu.
 

You’ve been Googled! - Speeding biker jailed for perverting the course of justice

Friday 10 July
A MOTORCYCLIST who was clocked speeding at 84mph in the Craven area has been sent to prison for five months for perverting the course of justice.
 

Richmondshire seeks graduates

Thursday 09 July
A NEW initiative to encourage graduates to work in Richmondshire is being launched later this month.
 

Tories to save rural post offices

Thursday 09 July
THE CONSERVATIVE Party pledged yesterday that it would save rural post offices, which have been drastically culled by the Labour government under a formula which is based on cost rather than social need.
 

Vital meeting to re-open Skipton-Colne railway

Tuesday 07 July
A PARTY of rail enthusiasts was leaving Skipton by train today for a vital meeting with MPs in London to press the long-supported case for the re-opening of the 11-mile Skipton-Colne railway line.
 

New Ranger for the Three Peaks

Tuesday 07 July
IAN MIDDLETON has a huge job on his hands – and the results of his work will been seen by hundreds of thousands of people.
 

Ingleborough Pony extends to Skipton during Settle-Carlisle works

Monday 06 July
AN ADDITIONAL bus service is to be put in place during upcoming engineering works on the Settle-Carlisle railway line.
 

Bike-handling course aims to improve safety

Monday 06 July
BIKERS are to be given the chance to improve their bike-handling skills this week when North Yorkshire Police team up with the Institute of Advanced Motorists.
 


 


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