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Final effort to save Elgin's DC Cook building fails. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2021 555
Final effort to save DC Cook building fails. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2021 523
Council insists kerbside collections will happen after criticism at delay. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Jul 29, 2021 827
Falklands veteran says he could not honour comrades; CITY COUNCIL DENIES WAR MEMORIAL WAS CLOSED TO PUBLIC. Jul 29, 2021 516
Plymouth bid to be UK's answer to Hollywood! perfect backdrop to lights, camera, action! WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald the dream Jul 29, 2021 550
Final effort to save building fails. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2021 351
Midland scheme bought for PS16m by Americans. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent Jul 29, 2021 485
Bridge closures experiment has 'proven divisive'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 29, 2021 605
Mum's fury as play area left a no-go zone; used needles and condoms found. JOSH SANDIFORD News Reporter Jul 29, 2021 437
Coffee van breaks new ground after bitter blow. JANE CORSCADDEN Jul 29, 2021 219
Opening days show city is in good place post-pandemic. Jul 29, 2021 202
Frustration at delay with city bottom of the recycling table. Jul 29, 2021 358
Casino wrong for city - councillor. Jul 29, 2021 209
City to take in Afghan translators and families. Jul 29, 2021 373
Anger as battle to halt police station plan fails. Jul 29, 2021 430
Wolverhampton City of Culture bid. Jul 29, 2021 256
Clean Air Zone 'made PS1.5m' for city in two weeks; 44,000 fines - though most yet to be paid. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 29, 2021 780
Council 'paints over cracks' with lane markings on crumbling road. Jul 29, 2021 452
'Segment' plan to prevent rat runs through city centre; Area within middle ring road to be split into seven zones. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 29, 2021 472
Work starts on major industrial scheme. Jul 29, 2021 292
Council could OK sale of DC Cook building Sale: City would have to replace roof, do other work. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 28, 2021 443
Council could OK sale of DC Cook building. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 28, 2021 443
Watchdogs make appearance at tense special city council meeting. Taylor Vidmar Correspondent Jul 28, 2021 636
Nokomis council to consider resolution to help local business Council: Next meeting will look at Water Tower Antenna Agreement. ELLEN CHRISTNER CORRESPONDENT Jul 28, 2021 464
Marion City Council Ordinance clamps down on 'perpetual' yard sales, expands Sunday package liquor sales. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer Jul 28, 2021 439
Council OKs staff promotions at HUB. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer Jul 28, 2021 326
Fate of DC Cook building in Elgin could be decided Wednesday. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 28, 2021 443
The 9 reasons Rolling Meadows council gave ex-city manager for his firing. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 28, 2021 607
Seberang Perai City Council reopens branch office after Covid-19 cases among staff. Jul 28, 2021 562
Seberang Perai mayor says can still enforce Covid-19 SOPs post-Emergency. Jul 28, 2021 278
Take a look. Jul 28, 2021 157
'We are not at the pandemic's end, but getting there'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel. holland@reachplc.com Jul 28, 2021 646
HEARTS' HEAD IS IN CROWDS. ROBBIE COPELAND Jul 28, 2021 241
23,000 at Ibrox; Gers-Livi crowd boost GERS GIVEN CROWD BOOST. ANDY NEWPORT Jul 28, 2021 268
CULTURE CLASH; Now Bangor vies with Conwy in race to become next UK Culture Capital. GARETH WYN WILLIAMS Local Democracy Reporter garethwyn.williams@reachplc.com Jul 28, 2021 547
Pothole misery: Council 'painting over the cracks' new white lines appear on erdington road left covered in 'craters'. NICK HORNER News Reporter Jul 28, 2021 431
We're not at pandemic's end, but getting there; caution is urged as region makes 'real headway'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 28, 2021 612
Calls for end to 'experiment'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 28, 2021 559
Coventry garden waste bin collections suspended again. ENDA MULLEN News Reporter enda.mullen@reachplc.com Jul 28, 2021 261
We didn't know of timetable changes; LETTERS Get in touch - tell us what YOU think Email: letters@coventrytelegraph.net Twitter: @coventrytelegraph Facebook: facebook.com/coventrytelegraph. Jul 28, 2021 235
Council gave list of 9 reasons for firing Firing: City council said it found manager's claims of retaliation 'without merit'. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 28, 2021 595
new bid to save biscuit factory; McVitie's urged to construct another plant. RECORD REPORTER Jul 27, 2021 192
Bringing great hall back to life; DEVONPORT'S PRIDE AND JOY HAS BEEN GIVEN TRANSFORMATION, SAYS JO CLARKE. JO CLARKE Jul 27, 2021 427
15 litter louts fined by court. Jul 27, 2021 332
Repairs are bringing Hoe sites back to life; STORM DAMAGE IS BEING PUT RIGHT BY CITY COUNCIL. ELLIOT BALL elliot.ball@reachplc.com @elliotball_ Jul 27, 2021 379
Penang Island City Council creates 100 temp vacancies as pandemic assistance. Jul 27, 2021 280
City councils in Penang announce regulatory waivers to help small businesses, hawkers. Jul 27, 2021 474
City council ponders its 'next steps' in bridge works. Jul 27, 2021 306
Plan: Annual funding for Century Walk art, upkeep Naperville: Chirico's plan backed by four members of city council. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com Jul 26, 2021 575
20 classes' worth of Elgin's 'power boost' Academy: Program is 'beyond our wildest expectations'. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 26, 2021 581
'Networking with a power boost': Elgin Area Leadership Academy prepares for 20th. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 26, 2021 594
Work to restart at market after two-year delay. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 26, 2021 535
Look inside Cov's new rail station as work steams ahead. NAOMI DE SOUZA Community Reporter Jul 26, 2021 602
New film shows how city centre has developed; ARCHITECTURAL HERITAGE IS EXPLAINED. JO CLARK news@plymouthherald.co.uk @Plymouth_Live Jul 26, 2021 330
CPP sweeps all seats in Bokor City Council polls. Jul 26, 2021 325
Grainger Market work to restart. Jul 26, 2021 257
Mayor calls for MPs plan rethink. HERBERT SODEN Local democracy reporter herbert.soden@reachplc.com Jul 26, 2021 242
NMS and City hall on the spot over rogue asakris. Jul 25, 2021 592
STATION MASTER; Now it's full steam ahead for the man behind city's premier venue for conferences, exhibitions and events. JON ROBINSON BusinessLive Reporter Conference news Jul 25, 2021 1042
Travellers force club to cancel kids' camp. Jul 25, 2021 226
More questions to answer over Brum Clean Air Zone; YOU SAY. Jul 25, 2021 237
Council's plan to tackle traffic near schools is parked. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter dan.holland@reachplc.com Jul 24, 2021 612
Councillor says sorry over his online expletive. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter Jul 24, 2021 407
Dirty takeaway shut down. Jul 24, 2021 212
Vacant space could become 14 homes. Jul 24, 2021 209
Texts. Jul 24, 2021 222
Hotline ANDY NEWPORT ANSWERS YOUR CALLS. Jul 24, 2021 637
Explorers aim to finish epic quest; RETRACING SHACKLETON'S LAST JOURNEY. HERALD REPORTER Jul 24, 2021 347
Free tickets to Brum Games for all city children in care. Jul 24, 2021 308
Transport chief reveals the next city areas to get 20mph zones; COUNCIL HOPES TO DELIVER THE SCHEME IN AUTUMN AFTER A PUBLIC CONSULTATION. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 24, 2021 490
Anger as cars and city homes left covered in sand. NICK SMITH News Reporter Jul 24, 2021 253
Aldermen delay decision on hiring assistant manager. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 24, 2021 492
New city administrator ready to help make St. Charles a better place. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com Jul 24, 2021 433
Elgin police to unveil gang/youth intervention program. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 24, 2021 389
Four aldermanic candidates:. Jul 24, 2021 410
St. Charles narrows alderman search to four candidates. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com Jul 24, 2021 151
Johor Baru city council denies issuing statement on Covid-19 vaccine registration under special quota. Jul 23, 2021 211
Pond warning as toxic algae can prove lethal for dogs. Jul 23, 2021 250
PS26m repairs for velodrome stay on track. NIALL GRIFFITHS Local Democracy service Jul 23, 2021 439
Closures of roads around schools dropped; SUMMER PROJECT NOW DELAYED UNTIL AUTUMN. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 23, 2021 619
Wolverhampton throws hat in ring for City of Culture. Jul 23, 2021 265
Whitehall to intervene in city special needs crisis; MOVE COMES AS AFTER TOP COUNCIL CABINET MEMBER RESIGNS HER POST. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 23, 2021 404
Anger as battle to halt police station plan lost. EMILY COLLIS News Reporter Jul 23, 2021 576
Young need cheap public transport, says report; call to help generation whose lives were damaged by lockdown. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 23, 2021 407
Du Quoin council settles on updated ethics ordinance. Renee Trappe rtrappe@localsouthernnews.com Jul 23, 2021 485
'TOXIC' CULTURE; CITY'S LABOUR PARTY BLASTED OVER CLAIMS OF BULLYING, MISOGYNY AND INTOLERANCE. LIAM THORP Political Editor liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO Jul 22, 2021 407
PS22m project turns The Strand into a leafy lane. Jul 22, 2021 163
Newport joins other cities in competing for culture title. Jul 22, 2021 485
City is 'hostile' to travellers, says councillor. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel,.holland@reachplc.com Jul 22, 2021 636
Council children's boss resigns after damning report; Government set to intervene to oversee crisis. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 22, 2021 715
Cathedral to host Christmas market. Tamlyn Jones Business Correspondent Jul 22, 2021 405
Sprinkler not connected two years after Grenfell. Josh Sandiford News Reporter Jul 22, 2021 601
STORM CROWDS; Celtic allowed 18,500 supporters at Parkhead to see Hammers match But on same day Ibrox will host just 8,500 fans in friendly with Brighton Council defend their decision but Rangers chiefs are seething EXCLUSIVE GERS FUME AT CROWD LIMITS. ANDY NEWPORT Jul 22, 2021 509
City accused of being 'hostile' to travellers. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 22, 2021 522
Residents' rage over 'rubbish mountains'. NICK HORNER News Reporter Jul 22, 2021 387
Focus must now be on serious issues raised by Ofsted. Jul 22, 2021 269
Coombe Abbey hit by Covid staff isolation. PAUL SUART News Reporter Jul 22, 2021 420
Parents express fears over gaps in fence close to city play park. PAUL GREAVES paul.greaves@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 22, 2021 681
City and Torbay table joint bid for culture accolade. Jul 22, 2021 347
Plan for Harlequins site returns as developer wants to axe hotel part. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 22, 2021 693
Why are operators banned from new city bus station? LETTERS&OPINION. Jul 22, 2021 281
Millbay Boulevard plan features 150 homes. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Jul 22, 2021 539
Police oversight handed to civilians. Mark Guarino The Washington Post Jul 22, 2021 973
Stormwater improvement project commended by U.S. Senator Duckworth. Submitted by Grant Paplauskas Jul 22, 2021 602
Anderson probe is into alleged witness intimidation of council chief executive; REVELATION AS FORMER MAYOR BRINGS JUDICIAL REVIEW OVER LEGAL FEES. ELEANOR BARLOW Press Association Jul 21, 2021 392
PS550 per parking space charge mooted for city. Jul 21, 2021 469
Drive to introduce tram buses. DAN MARTIN News Reporter Jul 21, 2021 511
'I hope that this memorial walk will provide a place for hope and reflection' COVID REMEMBRANCE AT BEAUTY SPOT HAS BEEN PAID FOR BY PS60,000 DONATIONS. COREY BEDFORD News Reporter Jul 21, 2021 728
Newport submits bid to be City of Culture 2025. JOSHUA KNAPMAN Reporter joshua.knapman@walesonline.co.uk Jul 21, 2021 603
Council bans animal prizes. Jul 21, 2021 219
Cut city bus fares to PS1, says leader. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 21, 2021 557
Special needs crisis needs 'drastic action' PLEA MADE TO EDUCATION SECRETARY. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 21, 2021 436
Councils need to match diversity. Jul 21, 2021 292
Forbes in call for PS1 city bus fare. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 21, 2021 386
Drivers parking in cycle lane are fined by police; they had been warned not to park outside homes. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Jul 21, 2021 468
Plans for 'green' upgrade of St Budeaux Square; scheme consultation launched. ED OLDFIELD Local Democracy Reporter edward.oldfield@reachplc.com @ed_oldfield Jul 21, 2021 351
Plan for serviced apartments; SITE OF FORMER WATERSTONES SHOP CHOSEN. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Jul 21, 2021 480
Unnecessary to create more parish councils; Letters. Jul 21, 2021 468
Chester city council honors retiring K-9 Sabo Council. Don Berry Contributing writer Jul 21, 2021 592
City council to build new homes at three sites. ALEX SEABROOK Local Democracy Reporter alex.seabrook@reachplc.com Jul 20, 2021 438
Liquor code modified for not-for-profit clubs. Curtis Winston Contributing Writer Jul 20, 2021 234
Consultant: Removing dam could cost Batavia taxpayers millions. MARK FOSTER Shaw Media Jul 20, 2021 712
City losing out on funds due to new rules - Forbes. Jul 20, 2021 334
LEFT HIGH AND DRY; GRENFELL FEARS AS TOWER BLOCK SPRINKLER STILL NOT CONNECTED TO WATER SUPPLY AFTER 2 YEARS. JOSH SANDIFORD News Reporter Jul 20, 2021 512
WHY THE DELAY? Jul 20, 2021 244
City is missing out on urgent funds; government rules on economic growth mean newcastle is being unfairly penalised, mps warn. JONATHAN WALKER Political Editor jonathan.walker@reachplc.com @jonwalker121 Jul 20, 2021 614
Coventry bids for PS20m to invest in outdoor public spaces. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 20, 2021 320
Development will cast a shadow on city's historic area. Richard Foster Jul 19, 2021 719
Councils to keep Covid safety measures in place. HERBERT SODEN Local Democracy Reporter Jul 19, 2021 513
Thanks for all the laughs, Tom; COMEDIAN AND TV HOST TOM O'CONNOR DIES AGED 81 Liverpudlian teacher who turned comic was TV gold. TOM BRYANT Jul 19, 2021 1000
BILL FOR GERS TITLE RAMMY HITS PS90,000; Square statue damage adds to costs. GARY CARTER reporters@dailyrecord.co.uk Jul 19, 2021 263
Hundreds of children victims of drug gangs; boys and girls as young as 10 exploited and assaulted. JEANETTE OLDHAM News Reporter Jul 19, 2021 472
Thanks for all the laughs, Tom; COMEDIAN AND TV HOST TOM O'CONNOR DIES AGED 81 Liverpudlian teacher who turned comic was TV gold. TOM BRYANT Head of Showbiz Jul 19, 2021 1012
Developers in talks over prime waterfront site; companies keen to take over hoe plot for hotel-led scheme. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Jul 19, 2021 562
Covid dangers 'far from over', city leader warns. PHILIP CHURM Philip.Churm@reachplc.com Jul 19, 2021 562
Over 100 townhouses coming to Charlestowne Mall area? Eric Schelkopf Shaw Media Jul 19, 2021 434
Naperville approves plans for Iron Gate Motor Condos. Lauren Rohr lrohr@dailyherald.com Jul 19, 2021 547
How the taxpayers' money was spent for the past year. Jul 19, 2021 770
THAT'S HALL, F OLKS; Historic aircraft will leave city as Science and Industry Museum closes Air & Space Hall. DAISY JACKSON newsdesk@men-news.co.uk @MENNEWSDESK Jul 18, 2021 631
Saturday Soapbox. Jul 17, 2021 507
The Soapbox: Why Krumstok walked the plank, and other issues. Daily Herald Editorial Board Jul 17, 2021 522
Plans progress for civic centre site. CHRIS BINDING Local democracy reporter Jul 17, 2021 585
New strain 'is not to blame for cases rise'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 17, 2021 570
We must save our wildlife. Jul 17, 2021 301
9000 is tough to figure; Hoops' dismay at 20k fans snub Celts dismayed with half a world away. FRASER WILSON Jul 17, 2021 249
Judge council by its environmental deeds. Jul 17, 2021 303
'No evidence' of new variant driving cases; delta strain is still the dominant one, says health chief. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 17, 2021 570
Campaigners continue battle over homes plan. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 17, 2021 679
Big gigafactory plan for city hits major milestone. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter Jul 17, 2021 560
Bin collections missed due to Covid outbreak. NICK HORNER News Reporter Jul 17, 2021 369
U-turn on grass cutting doesn't please everyone; RESIDENTS ANNOYED AS CLIPPINGS LEFT. ANDY PHILLIPS andrew.phillips01@reachplc.com @mrandyphillips Jul 17, 2021 570
"If you have love in your heart and space in your home, you can foster" - Meet the loving foster parents who have given 22 children a place to call home in Manchester; Parvin Sameja, 58 and her HUSBAND Shabeer, 62 Say their EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE aS devoted FOSTER PARENTS HAS taught them to be kind, tolerant and ACCEPTING of every child no matter who they are. Jul 16, 2021 1245
Gilbert proves NI Protocol can work; Movement of giraffe no tall order for NI Protocol. BRENDAN HUGHES Political Correspondent Jul 16, 2021 227
WHAT THE COUNCIL SAY. Jul 16, 2021 295
Amazon expands operations in city; permission given for new van park. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Jul 16, 2021 542
Dumped sofa lands pair with criminal record. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Jul 16, 2021 274
Garden waste collections in Cov suspended due to Covid. DANNY THOMPSON News Reporter Jul 15, 2021 302
First passengers set to use city's new PS8m bus station. Jul 15, 2021 369
Council leader: City 'has really pulled together' to emerge from pandemic. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Jul 15, 2021 724
Hub opens to help young jobseekers. Jul 15, 2021 348
Travellers move on to new city site; IN BRIEF. Jul 15, 2021 294
Those behind marine park need recognition; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Jul 15, 2021 243
Plea to 'think again' over Covid masks. ELLIOT BALL elliot.ball@reachplc.com @elliotball_ Jul 15, 2021 576
'Exciting times ahead' for culture scene in city; council leader hints at plans for new arts venue. ELLIOT BALL elliott.ball@reachplc.com @elliotball_ Jul 15, 2021 481
Removal starts on DC Cook roof. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 15, 2021 172
Workers start removing part of DC Cook building roof. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 15, 2021 172
Masterplan to transform area after 2022 Games; Museum of Athletics could be on cards for Perry Barr. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 15, 2021 548
Raceway ordered to leave site over knotweed. Jul 15, 2021 307
Council fines itself 82 times for infringing Clean Air Zone; Tory questions after polluting bin lorries are driven into the city centre. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 15, 2021 581
City hands Clean Air Zone fines ... to itself; Hypocrisy charge as polluting refuse trucks break rules 82 times. Mark Cardwell Local Democracy Reporter Jul 15, 2021 157
'We'll consider all views before pedestrianisation'. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 15, 2021 713
Gers hit out at Holyrood fan snub for Arsenal clash; Gers slam Holyrood over snub. ANDY NEWPORT Jul 15, 2021 286
Dons hope 5500 fans can watch Euro debut. ALAN MARSHALL Jul 15, 2021 208
City council approves new police antenna. Ellen Christner Correspondent Jul 14, 2021 351
Old football field, new water plant focus of city council Council: Water rates may still go up at a later date. Taylor Vidmar Correspondent Jul 14, 2021 814
Council OKs staff promotions at HUB Council:. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer Jul 14, 2021 329
City backs $1 million grant for ReaderLink. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer Jul 14, 2021 154
Herrin Chamber names new executive director Chamber:. SUBMITTED BY CHERYL TRENCH Herrin Chamber of Commerce Jul 14, 2021 312
The hiring of a new police officer and full-time dispatchers was unanimously app. CURTIS WINSTON Contributing Writer Jul 14, 2021 369
City council to revise animal control ordinance Council: Lake lot confusion. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor Jul 14, 2021 911
Chester council approves spending for FY 2021-22 Council: New tractor approved for cemetery. Don Berry Contributing writer Jul 14, 2021 552
PS186m Factory arts centre on budget - but still a risk; rising costs due to brexit and covid will not halt project. NIALL GRIFFITHS newsdesk@men-news.co.uk @MENNEWSDESK Jul 14, 2021 602
Zoomer councillor says chiefs 'bore for Scotland'. JON HEBDITCH Jul 14, 2021 174
Council bosses promise clarity on traffic ban. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 14, 2021 550
Council sends 82 fines to itself for not paying Clean Air Zone charge; council's own vehicles hit with penalty notices. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 14, 2021 635
Town housing review plan 'premature' says city council. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 14, 2021 459
Fenced off and empty..what's happening to Traveller site in Cov? TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 14, 2021 674
Blaze of criticism for council's PS500k diversion fund scheme. BRENDAN HUGHES Jul 14, 2021 297
Covid absences see bin collections delay; 5 MINUTE BRIEFING. Jul 14, 2021 153
Plymouth Science Park celebrates launch of Plymouth Health Innovation Alliance. Jul 14, 2021 404
Covid-19: Only fully vaccinated stallholders may operate at hawker centres, markets, says Kuching South City Council. Jul 14, 2021 211
Court D!ancels Mykolaiv City Council Decision Granting Russian Status Of Regional Language. Jul 13, 2021 215
Call for 'vision' in plans for city leisure centre. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 13, 2021 740
FUTURE'S GREEN; COUNCIL LEADER REVEALS NEW VISION FOR PERRY BARR AFTER COMMONWEALTH GAMES. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 13, 2021 733
Council told: dream big. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 13, 2021 758
Seberang Perai's Mak Mandin Market closed for 10 days after one trader positive for Covid-19. Jul 13, 2021 198
City manager sues mayor Sues: We've 'put board on notice,' city manager's attorney says. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 13, 2021 666
Rolling Meadows city manager sues mayor, alleges 'personal vendetta'. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 13, 2021 433
'A personal vendetta': Rolling Meadows city manager sues mayor alleging employme. Christopher Placek cplacek@dailyherald.com Jul 13, 2021 677
Birmingham Wheels told to leave over knotweed. Jul 12, 2021 314
Pregnant mother takes council to court over rat-infested home. ZOE CHAMBERLAIN News Reporter Jul 12, 2021 575
Claim 'bogus HS2 workers' dumped tyres at scrapyard. ANISAH VASTA Jul 12, 2021 276
Auditors concern over council's fire PS500k fund carve-up. BRENDAN HUGHES Jul 12, 2021 202
Almost 200 new Covid cases recorded. EDWARD CHURCH edward.church@reachplc.com @Plymouth_Live Jul 12, 2021 343
Neighbors launch last-ditch effort to save historic DC Cook building. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 12, 2021 647
Elgin council split over DC Cook building Building: The property isn't in a TIF district. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 12, 2021 718
Elgin council split over DC Cook building. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 12, 2021 718
Neighbors launch last-ditch effort to save historic DC Cook building. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 12, 2021 730
Businessman buys 127 acres of land to stop future housing development; Jonathan James has bought the parcel of land known as Fenton Fields with his daughter and business partner for more than £1 million -it has previously been earmarked for housing. By, Joe Burn & Graeme Murray Jul 12, 2021 579
From club to apartments. Jul 12, 2021 175
Though alcoholic, father was responsible -- Awinja. Jul 11, 2021 431
>>>> Pokemon festival on way to city. Jul 11, 2021 275
PAST PAPERS. Jul 11, 2021 173
500 jobs axed so council can cut costs. PETER A WALKER Jul 10, 2021 200
Crematorium blaze breaks out during funeral service; Probe launched into basement fire. SALLY HIND Jul 10, 2021 262
Fears over 3 homes on site of bungalow; plan approved despite concerns about over-intensive development. MARK CARDWELL News Reporter Jul 10, 2021 381
Council's plea to government over 4,000 homes from Cov. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter claire.harrison01@reachplc.com Jul 10, 2021 609
Taxi shortage is causing chaos with medical dates; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Jul 10, 2021 235
"If you have love in your heart and space in your home, you can foster" - Meet the loving foster parents who have given 22 children a place to call home in Manchester; ADVERTISING FEATURE Parvin Sameja, 58 and her HUSBAND Shabeer, 62 Say their EXTENSIVE EXPERIENCE aS devoted FOSTER PARENTS HAS taught them to be kind, tolerant and ACCEPTING of every child no matter who they are. Jul 9, 2021 1260
PS9.1m depot will move city closer to carbon neutral status. COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford Jul 9, 2021 439
Supermarket plan lodged that would bring 40 new jobs. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@nreachplc.com Jul 9, 2021 423
'Significant' rise in sightings of rats across city. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 9, 2021 598
Cafe turned into pop-up jab spot. Jul 9, 2021 269
Cov council reports PS9.2m underspend during tough Covid year. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 9, 2021 537
Crackdown as fly-tipping in Cov hits record high. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 9, 2021 507
Takeaway boss opened beyond lockdown curfew; conviction for owner after he fails to pay PS1,000 fine. SONIA SHARMA Reporter sonia.sharma@reachplc.com Jul 9, 2021 331
Shop caught selling fake wine keeps booze licence; FORMER BOSSES HAVE NOW SOLD SHOP. MARK CARDWELL Jul 9, 2021 331
Pub reprimanded over Covid breach; 5 MINUTE BRIEFING. Jul 9, 2021 284
PS42,000 in fines for city's 'rebel' coffee shop; FINLA: 'DESPICABLE AND OUTRAGEOUS', SAYS JUDGE. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Jul 9, 2021 452
Public Notices. Public notice Jul 8, 2021 939
Officials paid an outragous amount. Jul 8, 2021 193
Number of rat reports rose by 600 last year. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 8, 2021 455
Council push to reopen vital respite care service. MOLLY DOWRICK molly.dowrick@reachplc.com Jul 8, 2021 545
Vandalism leads to CCTV upgrade; SECURITY AT TINSIDE LIDO IS IMPROVED. EVE WATSON eve.watson@reachplc.com @Plymouth_Live Jul 8, 2021 345
Travellers refuse to go to council-run camp; DEADLOCK AS GROUP STAYS PUT FOR NOW AT SALTMILL. CARL EVE carl.eve@reachplc.com @carlevecrime Jul 8, 2021 700
Racing will bring speed of Sound thrills. Jul 8, 2021 184
Bid to progress Marsh Barton housing plan. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 8, 2021 984
Ridgeline housing plan thrown out by council. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 8, 2021 520
Giant scoreboard and screen set to grace St James; Exeter City. Daniel Clark Jul 8, 2021 404
Bar in Covid probe after punter licked whipped cream off stripper's behind; The Butterfly Lounge in Glasgow is accused of hosting a "Thirsty Tuesdays" event during Covid restrictions in which a stripper performed for a large crowd inside the Scottish venue. By, Tara Fitzpatrick & William Walker Jul 8, 2021 473
Major scheme planned for former nightclub site. Jul 8, 2021 218
PS3.6m to transform vacant Smithfield site for 2022 Games. Jul 8, 2021 276
Huge salaries of officials. Jul 8, 2021 169
Brand new hotel is coming to stay. Jul 8, 2021 394
Pub probed after punter licks cream off male stripper's bum. Jul 8, 2021 271
City bar may lose its licence after lockdown breach. LIAM THORP Political editor liam.thorp@trinitymirror.com @LIAMTHORPECHO Jul 8, 2021 272
Cafe owners face jail unless they pay £42,000 for refusing to close in November lockdown; Finla Cofee in Plympton was called 'despicable and outrageous' by a judge for breaking lockdown rules and serving food and drink to be consumed in the shop. By, Carl Eve & Adam Barnett Jul 7, 2021 483
Library to begin program with MCHD. SUBMITTED BY NOKOMIS PUBLIC LIBRARY Jul 7, 2021 151
'Horrible ugly-looking' Hendon social club to become new apartments; 13 new homes will be built at the former Ivy Leaf Club. By, Chris Binding, Local Democracy Reporter Jul 7, 2021 539
More than 5,000 children off school as they self-isolate. Jul 7, 2021 643
Firms are urged to enter eco awards. Jul 7, 2021 408
Pop-up vaccination centre set up in cafe. Jul 7, 2021 279
Just one fine paid in 3 years over bird feeding ban. TOM DAVIS Local Democracy Reporter Jul 7, 2021 481
Park renovation programme is restarted in city; work on improving play parks scheduled to begin. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 434
Vaccination centre set up in cafe. Jul 7, 2021 174
Derriford makes plea for locals to get vaccine; 'SMALL BUT SLOWLY RISING' NUMBER OF COVID PATIENTS. EVE WATSON eve.watson@reachplc.com @_evewatson Jul 7, 2021 431
Travellers have returned to Tothill Park. Jul 7, 2021 185
Council excuses for problems are laughable; LETTER S Get in touch - tell us what you think Email: yoursay@plymouthherald.co.uk Post: Unfortunately our office is shut so we are unable to accept posted letters. Jul 7, 2021 280
Partnership bids to cut city rough sleeping to Zero. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 6, 2021 582
PS2m upgrade for city's play parks set to be restarted. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter Jul 6, 2021 397
Tram shelter could be set for a tasty transformation. Jul 6, 2021 319
'It is not pie in the sky': Ending rough sleeping; chairman determined to meet 2022 goal in city. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 6, 2021 620
Simulation Technology Used to Double Vaccination Program as Part of Community Outreach. Jul 6, 2021 254
Canadian coffee house set to replace Pizza Hut. Jul 6, 2021 412
Harking Back. Jul 6, 2021 983
Council approves ordinance to allow dispensaries. Curtis Winston Contributing Writer Jul 6, 2021 363
Council OKs purchase of fire car. Curtis Winston Contributing Writer Jul 6, 2021 238
The Manchester leisure centres helping local communities recover from lockdown; ADVERTISING FEATURE HOUGH End LEISURE CENTRE is among THE 25 MCRACTIVE SITES OFFERING MANCUNIANS THE CHANCE to LEAD a HEALTHIER LIFESTYLE. Jul 5, 2021 807
First 'bee bus stop' creates buzz in city. REEM AHMED Reporter reem.ahmed@reachplc.com Jul 5, 2021 718
Residents come last, says city's civic society. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Jul 5, 2021 531
Motorists hit out at 'crippling' impact of massive roadworks; mixed reaction to city centre revamp. ALAN WESTON ECHO Reporter alan.weston@reachplc.com @alanweston Jul 5, 2021 451
Glimmer of hope with important changes. Jul 5, 2021 349
Call for the public to help lay rules for development. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Jul 5, 2021 347
Anger over garden job by council. MARK CARDWELL Local Democracy Reporter Jul 5, 2021 473
Arrest made as bonfire removed. CONNOR LYNCH Jul 5, 2021 333
EMCO: Those who fled Taman Nagasari told to return home immediately. Jul 4, 2021 213
'We're not just doing this as a short-term fix' Key part of first phase of city centre roadworks completed. NICK TYRRELL Local Democracy Reporter nick.tyrrell@trinitymirror.com @NCTYRRELL Jul 4, 2021 1087
Feedback is in - and plans submitted for PS36m eye hospital. Sophie Finnegan Reporter sophie.finnegan@reachplc.com Jul 4, 2021 670
Newcastle is country's most infected area. Ian Johnson Reporter ian.johnson01@reachplc.com Jul 4, 2021 518
Council called cops about my husband's guns to smear him; WORKER LAUNCHES LEGAL ACTION AGAINST BOSSES Wife hits out after armed response unit sent to family home. Gordon Blackstock Jul 4, 2021 772
Owners take action as pub illegally used for worship. Jul 4, 2021 219
Nissan unveils EV36Zero -- a $1.381bn electric vehicle hub. Jul 4, 2021 1650
From Mbotela to Maringo to Jericho, Nairobi fights to shake off its colonial past. Jul 4, 2021 1794
The suburbs in 60 seconds. Jul 3, 2021 425
Man living in car with dog for 7 months after council said he 'wasn't a priority'; Sharky, aged 60, says his long-running battle with Coventry City Council has "messed his life up" and has caused him to go on anti-depressants. By, Nick Smith Jul 3, 2021 544
Working group plotting city's course towards greener future; Newcastle has set itself the ambitious target of achieving net-zero carbon emissions by 2030 - 20 years ahead of the Government's national aspirations. With only eight and a half years to go, the city needs to take dramatic action to achieve this goal. Jul 3, 2021 1082
Campaigner's anger at lack of parking debate. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 644
Figures show city is now country's Covid hotspot. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 821
Convicted stalker councillor has 'lenient' prison sentence doubled. KIERAN MURRAY Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 655
No fines for term-time holiday for city families; COUNCIL CHANGES ITS POLICY. KATIE TIMMS katie.timms@reachplc.com @katietimms94 Jul 3, 2021 435
Woman 'on hold' for 17 hours to renew bus pass; council apologises after customer service failure. EDWARD CHURCH Edward.Church@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 562
Term-time holiday call is return to some sense. Jul 3, 2021 306
Stalker councillor has 'lenient' jail sentence doubled; MAN WHO PRETENDED TO HELP VICTIM WAS TORMENTOR. KIERAN MURRAY Reporter kieran.murray@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 609
Crusader's fury at free parking for disabled row. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 569
Newcastle 'now the worst part of England for Covid' infection rates have overtaken those in north west. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 3, 2021 778
City tip set to shut for 18 months. Jul 3, 2021 235
Fears raised over road dubbed 'triangle of death'. TOM DAVIS Jul 3, 2021 274
bonfire fund is a 'carve-up' DUP & Sinn Fein lead deal to release PS500,000. BRENDAN HUGHES Jul 3, 2021 286
City Council's clean-up work at lakeside 'oasis'. Jul 3, 2021 194
Former Amed Co-Mayors On Trial For Introducing Co-Presidential System. Jul 3, 2021 224

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