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Vice mayor, councilors schedule mobile vaccinations in 3 districts. Aug 15, 2022 416
Elderly Bulawayo residents urged to apply for 50 percent rates rebate scheme. Aug 15, 2022 262
Byo parking firms insists it's a Zimbabwean and not SA-based company. Aug 15, 2022 553
FEATURE: Harare's agonising traffic control system. Aug 15, 2022 586
Bulawayo City introduces 'punishing' 72-hour water shedding. Aug 15, 2022 295
Pomona dumpsite pickers: The first victims of shady waste-to-energy deal. Aug 15, 2022 676
Stalls on Sani Abacha Street Completely Demolished. Aug 15, 2022 365
What the new local government set-up will look like in Karachi. Aug 15, 2022 1052
Workers brought to Mariupol from Russia see no promised pay. Aug 14, 2022 345
Cebu City Council urges schools: Boost security. Aug 14, 2022 485
City Mayor presents annual budget worth Rs4.40 bln for fiscal year 2022-23. Aug 14, 2022 241
Rs4.409b Capital Metropolitan govt budget presented and passed. Aug 13, 2022 373
Councils must tap into mobile money opportunities. Aug 13, 2022 1253
Peshawar mayor unveils Rs4.49bn budget. Aug 13, 2022 529
City makes Eurovision Song Contest shortlist; birmingham in battle with six other uk cities to host event. ELLIE IORIZZO News Reporter Aug 13, 2022 427
The final meeting of Elgin's community task force on policing showed opposition. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Aug 13, 2022 729
Seven UK cities shortlisted to host Eurovision. Aug 13, 2022 256
Coventry's Children's Services finally rated 'good' a decade after Daniel Pelka murder; PRAISE FOR SOCIAL WORKERS AND SENIOR LEADERS. ELLIE BROWN Local Democracy Reporter Aug 13, 2022 643
Lane closures on major city road due to water works; LENGTHY DELAYS EXPECTED ON ONE OF COV'S BUSIEST ROUTES. DANNY THOMPSON Aug 13, 2022 514
How charities are helping those affected. Aug 12, 2022 407
Water crisis cripples Bulawayo hospitals, clinics. Aug 12, 2022 844
Elgin residents show support for reopening Lords Park pool. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Aug 12, 2022 363
Naperville council to vote on rifle sale ban: Handguns removed, other changes made to proposal. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com Aug 12, 2022 390
Could term limits be tossed in Des Plaines? Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com Aug 12, 2022 426
New Resilience Center to Provide Expanded Opportunities for Aurora Students. Submitted by City of Aurora Aug 12, 2022 259
Council rallies behind local contractors' woes. Aug 12, 2022 298
News digest: The Interior Ministry reports some unusual requests. Aug 12, 2022 1047
'They won't change it unless there's a death'. KRISTY DAWSON Reporter kristy.dawson@reachplc.com Aug 12, 2022 585
News City 'interested' in hosting Eurovision, but how much...? council boss keen but didn't say how much operation could cost. THOMAS CRAMP Aug 12, 2022 473
Public Notices. Public notice Aug 12, 2022 661
Council defends summer holiday food voucher cut. ELLIE BROWN News Reporter Aug 12, 2022 420
Trading Standards seize large volume of illegal vapes. DANNY THOMPSON News Reporter Aug 12, 2022 452
Public Notices. Public notice Aug 12, 2022 593
GRAVE CONCERN; Councillor blasts 'unjustifiable' triple fee for residents to bury loved ones. MICHAEL KENWOOD Aug 12, 2022 261
GRAVE CONCERN; Councillor blasts 'unjustifiable' triple fee for residents to bury loved ones. MICHAEL KENWOOD Aug 12, 2022 261
So much for tree preservation order; LETTER S. Aug 12, 2022 223
Notice served on group of travellers. Aug 12, 2022 197
Trading Standards seize illegal 'highly addictive' vapes aimed at Coventry schoolchildren; Coventry City Council has warned vapes with high nicotine levels are ending up in the hands of kids. By, Danny Thompson Aug 11, 2022 471
Council defends summer holiday food voucher cuts for Coventry's poorest children; Kids on free school meals got a fifth less this year. By, Ellie Brown Aug 11, 2022 492
Former Newport pub could be converted into 'truly outstanding' community space and apartments; The bold plans have now been put to Newport City Council's planning committee. By, Jonathon Hill Aug 11, 2022 528
Roads, water and sewer works to transform Cowdray Park. Aug 11, 2022 780
In JB, cops nab two men minutes after scuffle with city council enforcement officer over traffic ticket. Aug 11, 2022 240
PS1m traveller site has never been used. Aug 11, 2022 175
PS3.2m grant to tackle rogue landlords and crime hotspots; Government cash to clean up supported housing sector ruining areas. JANE HAYNES News Reporter Aug 11, 2022 691
City bids to host 2023 Eurovision. Aug 11, 2022 222
City council staff could strike in equal pay row; Union to ballot workers over 'delays' by local authority. RHI STORER Local Democracy Reporter Aug 11, 2022 576
Jobs fair could see from 2022 volunteers. Aug 11, 2022 187
Chakwera's Tonse blocks Prophet Mbewe's movement Blantyre launch. Aug 11, 2022 191
Airport and police launch tough new crackdown on rogue parking operators; Vehicles have been left for long periods of time on residential streets close to Manchester Airport, despite claims they would be stored securely. By, Charlotte Cox & Brett Gibbons Aug 10, 2022 676
Hollywood-style 'Walk of Champions' plan for Anfield; Reds hope to add bronze plaques to pavement outside the ground. By, David Humphreys Aug 10, 2022 407
Airport and police launch tough new crackdown on rogue parking operators; Vehicles have been left for long periods of time on residential streets close to Manchester Airport, despite claims they would be stored securely. By, Charlotte Cox & Brett Gibbons Aug 10, 2022 676
Airport and police launch tough new crackdown on rogue parking operators; Vehicles have been left for long periods of time on residential streets close to Manchester Airport, despite claims they would be stored securely. By, Charlotte Cox & Brett Gibbons Aug 10, 2022 676
Cowboy parking firms plague streets and fields around Manchester Airport; Cheshire Police crackdown launched after onslaught of complaints about cars parked on residential streets. By, Charlotte Cox & Gary Porter Aug 10, 2022 789
Returning Coventry bin drivers to undergo two months of training on full pay; It's been slammed as a "waste of taxpayer money". By, Ellie Brown Aug 10, 2022 454
Coventry councillors paid more than £1 million in a year -full costs breakdown; Elected members received a total of £1,075,410.19, new figures show. By, Ellie Brown Aug 10, 2022 1031
Cheeky Londoner blasted by council after using its tap to fill up their paddling pool; London could be placed under a hose pipe ban in a matter of weeks. By, Jacob Phillips Aug 10, 2022 376
Airport and police launch tough new crackdown on rogue parking operators; Vehicles have been left for long periods of time on residential streets close to Manchester Airport, despite claims they would be stored securely. By, Charlotte Cox & Brett Gibbons Aug 10, 2022 676
Cowboy parking firms plague streets and fields around Manchester Airport; Cheshire Police crackdown launched after onslaught of complaints about cars parked on residential streets. By, Charlotte Cox & Gary Porter Aug 10, 2022 789
Strategies of developing local govt, municipal, city council:. Aug 10, 2022 1088
Councilors acknowledge Times' role in shaping Davao's history. Aug 10, 2022 215
Leaders demand action over cuts to London trains. LYELL TWEED Aug 10, 2022 474
Victory in campaign for more cops to tackle yobs. Aug 10, 2022 439
COUNCIL SORRY FOR DELAY TO A55 SIGNS FOR TOURIST SPOTS. Aug 10, 2022 274
Council workers could strike over equal pay; union ballots members as it presses for 'full and fair compensation'. RHI STORER News Reporter Aug 10, 2022 447
'One step forward and two back' - verdict on asylum seeker policy. Aug 10, 2022 279
Leisure plan set for approval. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Aug 10, 2022 547
Affordable homes plan for Millbay; new neighbourhood will be part of regeneration scheme. Aug 10, 2022 530
Nokomis city council discussed easements, water access. Ellen Christner Correspondent Aug 10, 2022 726
Council hears pitch for professional disc golf course Council: Lake resident questions chicken ordinance. Susan McGrath Pana News Group Editor Aug 10, 2022 837
Zaporizhia officials deny mass evacuation rumors. Aug 9, 2022 202
New orphanage set up. Aug 9, 2022 410
Lapu dad wants tricycle fare rate in the city reduced. Aug 9, 2022 320
Mandaluyong job order employees to receive higher pay -- Mayor Abalos. Aug 9, 2022 193
Annual or four-yearly elections? THOUGHT of the day Cllr Richard Bingley, the leader of Plymouth City Council. Aug 9, 2022 508
Sticky issue: Extra funding to clean up gum on pavements; BREAKING CHEWS: PS20,000 AREA BOOST. DEBORAH HALL deborah.hall@reachplc.com @DeborahHall15 Aug 9, 2022 690
Controversial new McDonald's in Coventry will create over 120 new jobs; The fast food giant also promises to invest significantly in the local area. By, Danny Thompson Aug 9, 2022 546
More swastika graffiti scrawled near entrance of popular Coventry park; Last month police revealed they were treating the graffiti racially aggravated criminal damage. By, Danny Thompson Aug 9, 2022 505
Firm behind new Coventry homes 'dismayed' at claims children's lives could be put in danger; "We are frankly dismayed by these comments, which we feel are, at best, irresponsible". By, Ben Eccleston Aug 9, 2022 906
Official complaint about city councillor being looked into by council; City solicitor looking into reports about cabinet member's links to stalled development. By, Tom Duffy & Liam Thorp Aug 9, 2022 485
Newcastle snooker club bids for late hours as council boss claims it could become 'destination venue'; City council officials are still opposing the Ballerz Snooker Lounge's plans, despite the club having struck a deal with Northumbria Police. By, Daniel Holland Aug 9, 2022 537
Come and get permits, Harare tells urban farmers. Aug 9, 2022 636
House making people's lives a misery is shut. Aug 9, 2022 219
New leisure centre plan looks set to be approved. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Aug 9, 2022 538
Government's asylum seeker policy criticised. Aug 9, 2022 312
Hard work of team displayed in colourful blooms. AARON MORRIS Reporter aaron.morris@reachplc.com Aug 9, 2022 581
Cash for city to remove chewing gum stains. Aug 9, 2022 226
Village hopes its tally of Bloom awards will grow. AARON MORRIS Reporter aaron.morris@reachplc.com Aug 9, 2022 461
New PS16m rail station car park slammed as the 'worst designed ever' 'TIGHT' AND 'NARROW' MULTI-STOREY SEES JUST OVER A THIRD OF SPACES USED REGULARLY. ELLIE BROWN Local Democracy Reporter Aug 9, 2022 581
Council told to tone down naming of IRA atrocity. BRENDAN HUGHES Aug 9, 2022 229
Biazon, Muntinlupa City Council sign resolution extolling FVR. Aug 8, 2022 265
City council grapples with budget crisis. KATIE TIMMS katie.timms@reachplc.com @katietimms94 Aug 8, 2022 433
Gateshead tenant 'left freezing' in own house because of cracks in walls; Despite several visits from the council, one Gateshead tenant claims she is left freezing in her own home during colder months as a result of cracks in the walls. By, Austen Shakespeare Aug 8, 2022 562
Newcastle confirms Eurovision hosting bid days before shortlist of cities is revealed; Newcastle City Council has officially confirmed that the city will make a bid to host the Eurovision Song Contest. By, Simon Duke Aug 8, 2022 682
Washington Village hosts Britain in Bloom Judges for 2022 finals; After months of preparation and hard work, 18 volunteers have showcased their displays in Washington Village. By, Aaron Morris Aug 8, 2022 752
D-Day for £22m Newcastle leisure centre with plans set to take major step forward this week; It will include a swimming pools, a sports hall, fitness studios and a gym, a library, community rooms, a café, and a children's soft play area. By, Daniel Holland Aug 8, 2022 635
CCPO to revisit security measures after killing of scholar in Bulacao. Aug 8, 2022 652
Mandaluyong City mayor hikes JO workers' pay to aSS10K/month. Aug 8, 2022 205
Mliswa blasts July Moyo for Harare's worsening water problems. Aug 8, 2022 376
Much hyped devolution funds spawning corruption, says report. Aug 8, 2022 409
Bulawayo's underground water contaminated by raw sewage. Aug 8, 2022 349
Council leader brands right to buy policy 'evil'. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Aug 8, 2022 506
City buildings targeted for rooftop solar systems. Aug 8, 2022 665
Harare City Council Cancels Pomona Waste-to-energy Deal. Aug 7, 2022 246
Asylum-seeker policy under fire. Aug 7, 2022 302
Baguio plans to impose 'congestion fee' on tourists who bring vehicles. Aug 7, 2022 277
Rogue Coventry landlord banned from renting out homes; Carmelo Borsellino has been banned by Coventry City Council after breaking a number of housing legislation laws. By, Morgan Johnson Aug 7, 2022 371
The people who turned run down £1 houses into amazing dream homes; We take a look at some of the most spectacular transformations of Liverpool's £1 houses. By, Liam Thorp Aug 6, 2022 1300
New Coventry station car park slammed as 'worst designed ever' as spaces go unfilled; One user described it as the "worst designed car park ever". By, Ellie Brown Aug 6, 2022 708
Sunderland to get thousands to remove chewing gum from city streets; Chewing gum marks on the streets of Sunderland could be a thing of the past soon. By, Sam Volpe Aug 6, 2022 359
New link road to hit autumn target; 'cones, cars, queues' to come to end. DANIEL CLARK Daniel.Clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Aug 6, 2022 581
Waterfront and port at the heart of PS43m plan; lido and new innovation centre to 'level up' city. DANIEL CLARK Daniel.Clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Aug 6, 2022 446
Residents and firms to get safety drill update. Aug 6, 2022 352
George Wajackoyah: Look beyond rhetoric and the fog of war. Aug 6, 2022 384
Magalong thumbs down ordinance regulating busking in Baguio. Aug 6, 2022 426
Russian occupiers prepare cages to stage 'show trial' of POWs in Mariupol. Aug 6, 2022 201
Republicans pick Milwaukee for national convention. SCOTT BAUER Associated Press Aug 6, 2022 414
Elgin officials say there has been no talk of closing Lords Park pool permanently. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Aug 6, 2022 363
Refugees could face being left without homes. JAMES ROBINSON Local democracy reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Aug 6, 2022 339
New art to honour mining history. Aug 6, 2022 243
Plans for new pit wheel ready to roll. Aug 6, 2022 243
Creators highlight difficulty of finding new home. Aug 6, 2022 307
Part of new Liverpool Lime Street cycle lane ripped up after four days; Council moves quickly to amend key junction after 'death trap' fears. By, Liam Thorp Aug 5, 2022 500
Road closures and traffic changes as work continues on new HMRC offices in Newcastle's Pilgrim Street; Market Street will close as part of the changes. By, Sam Volpe Aug 5, 2022 458
Newcastle City Council leader Nick Kemp brands right to buy scheme 'evil'; The scheme helps tenants buy their council homes and is set to be extended to housing association tenants. By, James Robinson Aug 5, 2022 626
Councillors slam asylum seeker policies with some 'afraid to speak out'; Some asylum seekers told members they felt their voices weren't being heard. By, James Robinson Aug 5, 2022 418
Mombasa and Kwale siblings face off in elections. Aug 5, 2022 727
Council must get to grips with airport issue; LETTER S. Aug 5, 2022 266
PS200m council bid for improvements to roads. DANIEL CLARK Daniel.Clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Aug 5, 2022 827
Improving life for the elderly. Gina Agapiou Aug 5, 2022 542
St. Charles commissioners generally receptive to new building proposal. Eric Schelkopf Shaw Local News Network Aug 5, 2022 482
Council spent PS5m on extra bin collections for city residents. ELLIE BROWN News Reporter Aug 5, 2022 839
City council spent almost PS2m to help bring 'hidden gem' to life. ELLIE BROWN FISHER News Reporter Aug 5, 2022 257
Brum bids for Eurovision; city was last to host competition in 1997. KIRSTY BOSLEY News Reporter Aug 5, 2022 239
Bully for Brum, but Sandwell traders left high and dry; THE GAMES HAVE CAPTURED THE HEARTS OF BRUMMIES AND THE NATION, BUT HAVE LOCAL BUSINESSES AND SHOPS CAPTURED THE TRADE FROM TOURISTS AND VISITORS? IN BIRMINGHAM RESTAURANTS SEEM GENERALLY UPBEAT, BUT IT'S A DIFFERENT STORY FOR SANDWELL TRADERS NEAR THE AQUATICS CENTRE... NATHAN CLARKE Local Democracy Reporter Aug 5, 2022 520
Makati LGU, DOST hold meeting for city's smart, green initiatives. Aug 5, 2022 566
Improving life for the elderly. Aug 5, 2022 532
MECO commends Lapu Council for urging ERC to OK application. Aug 5, 2022 235
Stakeholders walk for Block 10 Diamond Park. Naomi Leepile Aug 4, 2022 324
Lapu Council approves Ahong's SB worth P252M. Aug 4, 2022 178
Councilor warns public on the deadly risks of eating pufferfish. Aug 4, 2022 850
City Council to be asked to hold special session for P50M aid for quake-hit areas. Aug 4, 2022 443
Council suspends its garden waste service for month. ANITA MERRITT anita.merritt@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Aug 4, 2022 532
Homes plan gets backing despite wish to make it more sustainable. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Aug 4, 2022 500
Local people and councillors consider area's regeneration. Aug 4, 2022 407
Providing support to brightest prospects; OPINION. Aug 4, 2022 309
Get the basics right before grand schemes; LETTER S. Aug 4, 2022 229
Baguio City council eyes congestion fee for tourists with vehicles. Aug 4, 2022 166
Innovation hub for Byo young informal traders. Aug 4, 2022 367
Cont Mhlanga burial programme announced. Aug 4, 2022 367
Massive City Centre South th project finally set to happen; OUTLINE PLANS FOR THE HUGE REGENERATION SCHEME WERE FIRST APPROVED A DECADE AGO. ENDA MULLEN News Reporter Aug 4, 2022 1587
Public Notices. Public notice Aug 4, 2022 205
Sunderland city centre apartments by the train station could still be built; A previous planning application had been turned down. By, Chris Binding Aug 4, 2022 367
Council spent almost £2 million bringing Coventry's 'hidden gem' back to life; The authority's own company is running the new attraction. By, Ellie Brown Aug 4, 2022 309
Popular cat café wins fight to stay open after owner told she couldn't keep cats; Locals raised £,8000 to keep the business going while the cats were gone. By, Hannah Neary Aug 4, 2022 538
Dismantling of Soviet-era monument in Riga to be started in coming weeks. Aug 4, 2022 260
Work starts on restoration of Newport's iconic bridge. Aug 4, 2022 403
City needs to sell itself to the world; Letters. Aug 4, 2022 278
Black cab fares to rise for first time in 10 years. THOMAS CRAMP News Reporter Aug 4, 2022 667
Council homes to lose gas supply in pilot project. Aug 4, 2022 376
Locals grab bull by horns in bid to save it for future. Aug 4, 2022 474
future. Olympic bid not ruled out - but massive investment is needed. Aug 4, 2022 724
Second attempt to secure riverside project funding. GRAEME WHITFIELD Journal Editor graeme.whitfield@reachplc.com @Graemewhitfield Aug 4, 2022 556
City Council sitting on health time bomb in Glen View. Aug 4, 2022 849
Strategies of growing local government, municipal, city councils. Aug 3, 2022 1129
London council blasted after Leicester Square Greggs loses late-night sausage roll battle; Greggs' new Leicester Square branch lost a bid to sell hot food past 11pm. By, Hannah Neary Aug 3, 2022 593
Work on Newport's Transporter Bridge restoration and visitor centre finally starts after delays and rising costs; The much-anticipated work was originally due to start last year. By, Ryan O'Neill Aug 3, 2022 661
Iloilo councilor pushes probe on 'mercy killings' of dogs; council snubs proposal. Aug 3, 2022 178
Coventry taxi drivers could be banned from vaping amid claims it is 'unsafe and unprofessional'; E-cigs at the wheel could be forbidden under the council's amended licensing rules for cabs in the city. By, Ellie Brown Aug 3, 2022 703
Travellers served eviction notice after setting up camp at Coventry common; Coventry City Council say they need to move on. By, Danny Thompson Aug 3, 2022 221
Exactly what will happen to Washington's most treasured possession as Sunderland council make a final decision; The public artwork forms part of a £4m regeneration of the area. By, Chris Binding Aug 3, 2022 373
Leeds to Bradford transport improvements complete. Aug 3, 2022 429
Chancellor's praise for 'brilliant business' in Coventry. ENDA MULLEN News Reporter Aug 3, 2022 499
City fails in bid for funds for bus service. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Aug 3, 2022 419
'We want new ice rink built' COUNCIL LEADER HEEDS APPEAL. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Aug 3, 2022 515
Ice rink row shows flaws in 'third party' deals; OPINION. Aug 3, 2022 317
Bulawayo borehole water not safe to drink. Aug 3, 2022 323
Hassan Al Thawadi: 'Qatar 2022 will leave a transformational legacy for our region'. Qatar Tribune Aug 3, 2022 579
334 apartments coming to Wheaton. Katlyn Smith ksmith@dailyherald.com Aug 3, 2022 460
Chief says boys struck before:. Aug 3, 2022 456
Police chief says suspects had vandalized Pheasant Run site before. Eric Schelkopf Shaw Local Aug 3, 2022 334
After 112 years, YMCA razed. Kevin Schmit kschmit@dailyherald.com Aug 3, 2022 385
Witt council hears from mission, water coop. Ellen Christner Aug 3, 2022 432
Bulawayo suburbs run dry. Aug 3, 2022 202
BCC, TTI make close to US$40 000 from parking system. Aug 3, 2022 361
Crash and fuel spillage shut road. Aug 3, 2022 174
Man who binned PS200m of Bitcoin in final bid to dig it up. RYAN O'NEILL Reporter ryan.oneill@walesonline.co.uk Aug 3, 2022 1085
City landlord has sights on new taproom venue. JONATHON HILL Reporter jonathon.hill@walesonline.co.uk Aug 3, 2022 751
Man hopes to dig up landfill in hunt for his Bitcoin fortune. RYAN O'NEILL Reporter ryan.oneill@walesonline.co.uk Aug 3, 2022 983
Proposals to turn former pub site into housing land. Aug 3, 2022 267
Govt to pay Shs5m to families that lost relatives. Aug 3, 2022 288
Lapu-Lapu City finalizing list of OCA recipients. Aug 3, 2022 291
Chickens in toilets, fish in water tanks: Shah Alam health inspectors discover bizarre health hazards during inspections. Aug 3, 2022 216
LATEST COMPANY NEWS. Aug 3, 2022 24291
Man who binned Bitcoin worth £200m assembles team he says can find it in landfill; James Howells has been battling for nearly a decade to be allowed to dig up a landfill site where the USB drive was tossed. By, Ryan O'Neill Aug 2, 2022 1222
'Dismay' as Coventry MP puts £3k+ Council Tax bill on expenses; Coventry North West MP Taiwo Owatemi has now stopped claiming and will pay her "fair share". By, Ellie Brown Aug 2, 2022 375
Full cost of Coventry bin strikes revealed as council rubbishes union pay deal claims; Cllr George Duggins (pictured) said any Unite members claiming victory are 'living in a parallel universe'. By, Ellie Brown Aug 2, 2022 909
Sunderland pub left to rot for five could be bulldozed and replaced with housing; The derelict building has had a 'negative impact' on the area. By, Chris Binding Aug 2, 2022 324
Sunderland jobs to be created as part of huge riverside business park expansion; More details emerge as the plans are officially submitted. By, Chris Binding Aug 2, 2022 387
Crypto investor's bid to find '£149m of Bitcoin thrown in landfill' using robots; James Howells claims he threw away a hard drive by mistake in 2013 containing Bitcoin with a current value of £149 million, and he is hoping to search a Newport landfill site for it. By, Tim Hanlon Aug 2, 2022 423
Widow and kids 'sent to Coventry' as hotels 'throw out families for Commonwealth Games'; Before being informed about shifting to Coventry, Fatima raised issues over lack of cleanliness and dusty condition of the carpet of the room causing breathing issues for her daughter. By, Anisah Vasta & Charlie Duffield Aug 2, 2022 938
Thanks to all who made SAILGP such a success! COUNCIL LEADER OFFERS CITY'S APPRECIATION. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Aug 2, 2022 575
Des Plaines council clears the way for controversial apartment building. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com Aug 2, 2022 402
Des Plaines council clears the way for controversial apartment building; officia. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com Aug 2, 2022 422
Bats delay plans to demolish old school. Aug 2, 2022 399
Approval for HMO despite local objection. Aug 2, 2022 254
Bulawayo to honour centenarians. Aug 2, 2022 348
PWDs shake off begging bowl mentality. Aug 2, 2022 332
Crackdown on short-term lets in capital. CRAIG PATON Aug 2, 2022 195
Mayor, tehsil, UCs chairmen to stage protest in front of KP PA. Aug 2, 2022 237
Hundreds to save on their energy bills in pilot retrofit project; PLANS WILL SEE GAS SUPPLIES CUT OFF. KATE KNOWLES Local Democracy Reporter Aug 2, 2022 407
School's bid for classroom extension blocked by council. ELLIE BROWN News Reporter Aug 2, 2022 299
Leaf them alone! Weeping birch grown by boy from a sapling Phantom Planter hits out after city council removes trees from parks. SHAUNA CORR Environment Correspondent Aug 2, 2022 460
Mayor, chairmen to stage protest in front of KP PA. Aug 1, 2022 276
Construction of walkways between malls underway. Marvin Motlhabane Aug 1, 2022 329
Corro reelected president of Philippine Councilors' League-Muntinlupa. Aug 1, 2022 421
Couple tormented by noisy sex and screaming on their street at all hours; Jackie and Michael Scott claim they hear the "screams" and lewd acts going on at all hours close to their home in the Holbeck area of Leeds, which used to be a red-light district until two years ago. By, Samuel Port & Kelly-Ann Mills Aug 1, 2022 551
Posh Coventry school's plans for new classrooms and library thrown out by council; There were fears Bablake and King Henry VIII's plans would "harm" a conservation area. By, Ellie Brown Aug 1, 2022 404
Chancellor praises Coventry gigafactory plans but tight-lipped over government help; Nadhim Zahawi was in Coventry visiting Aurrigo, a company which makes driverless pods. By, Enda Mullen Aug 1, 2022 498
Homeless mum and kids 'told to go to Coventry' as hotels 'clear out families for Commonwealth Games'; Fatima and her family were involved in a fatal gas explosion leaving one of her daughters with second and third-degree burns. By, Anisah Vasta & Jaspreet Kaur Aug 1, 2022 1148
Residents at wits' end with 'noises and screaming' from people having sex on street; Michael Scott said 'they don't give a damn'. By, Samuel Port & Steven Smith Aug 1, 2022 642
Demolition of historic school building delayed after 'unexpected' discovery of bats; The council must now get a licence before any work can start, delivering a blow to its plans to demolish the building over the summer holidays. By, Ryan O'Neill Aug 1, 2022 498
Nick Kavanagh was not suspended earlier due to police advice; More information has emerged about communications between the police and council. By, Tom Duffy Aug 1, 2022 885
Plans for bike training facility for kids at Everton Park; An artificial road network will help kids understand different types of junctions. By, Sam Hall Aug 1, 2022 444
Residents at wits' end with 'noises and screaming' from people having sex on street; Michael Scott said 'they don't give a damn'. By, Samuel Port & Steven Smith Aug 1, 2022 642
State Security Service detains for Riga councilor for activities in Russia's interests. Aug 1, 2022 381
3 council bars corruptly sold. Aug 1, 2022 340
City boss told not to share 'sensitive' information with Mayor; revealed in kavanagh case judgement. TOM DUFFY ECHO Reporter tom.duffy@reachplc.com @tabduffy39 Aug 1, 2022 437
Review into city's future tall storeys; claim document could lead to accusations liverpool is 'closed for business'. ELLIOT RYDER ECHO Reporter elliot.ryder@reachplc.com @elliot_ryder Aug 1, 2022 545
Homeless pods still waiting for council approval. JONATHON HILL Reporter jonathon.hill@walesonline.co.uk Aug 1, 2022 573
Prolonged water cuts rile residents. Aug 1, 2022 633
Bin strike finally ends after seven months of tough negotiations. ELLIE BROWN Local Democracy Reporter Aug 1, 2022 319
Residents say street filled with fly-tipped rubbish every few days. ELLIE BROWN News Reporter Aug 1, 2022 332
ZACH KITSCHKE: FROM JOURNALIST TO CMO OF GRAPHIC DESIGN PLATFORM CANVA. Moustakas, Tiffany Aug 1, 2022 507
THE MODERN-DAY COMPANY TOWNS OF ARKANSAS: Fortune 100 giants Tyson Foods and Walmart have heavy influence over two cities within 20 miles of one another, tucked into the northwest corner of the state. Paschal, Olivia Aug 1, 2022 6295
Modular homes await council approval as first tenants are about to move in. Aug 1, 2022 495
Retail park at Derriford is approved by council; M&S AND ALDI WILL BE TENANTS AT SEATON BARRACKS SITE. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Aug 1, 2022 792
Harare council plans to name streets, schools after former mayors and other notable residents. Aug 1, 2022 255
Liverpool lays down skyline law amid 'closed to business' criticism; Liverpool council has laid out its vision for 'tall buildings' but a property expert worries more 'hoops to go through' could lead to stagnation. By, Elliott Ryder Jul 31, 2022 1250
City Centre South -the history of a massive project that's finally set to happen; Outline plans for the huge regeneration project were first approved ten years ago. By, Enda Mullen Jul 31, 2022 1608
Creation of a women's council pushed. Jul 31, 2022 561
Baguio City council seeks to protect pines as 'heritage trees'. Jul 31, 2022 163
Missile Strike on Odesa Region From Territory of Crimea - AFU. Jul 31, 2022 200
Commonwealth Games 2022: Why the cycling is taking place in London instead of Birmingham; This made a lot of people angry. By, Rafi Mauro-Benady Jul 31, 2022 461
Pint-sized 'cycle lane' appears outside pub. Jul 31, 2022 246
Ex-deputy council leader 'guilty of Islamophobia' BANNED BY LABOUR FOR 12 MONTHS. Daniel Holland Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 31, 2022 473
Cebu City dad: Start PWD office's operations, support services for indigent PWDs. Jul 30, 2022 587
Full details of pay rise that has ended the Coventry bin strike -including Christmas bonuses; Unite and Coventry City Council have been locked in dispute for months. By, Paul Suart Jul 30, 2022 580
James Yap keen on PBA return, bares Willie Marcial. Jul 30, 2022 220
'Iconic' Hemmens a step closer to $6M addition. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 30, 2022 687
'Iconic' Hemmens a step closer to $6M addition Addition: Auditorium size deemed appropriate. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 30, 2022 687
'Iconic' Hemmens in Elgin one step closer to $6M addition. Rick West rwest@dailyherald.com Jul 30, 2022 687
Councillors back plans to reopen city music venue. DANIEL HOLLAND Local Democracy Reporter daniel.holland@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 30, 2022 410
Travellers move on to popular city green. DANNY THOMPSON News Reporter Jul 30, 2022 198
CITY COUNCIL LEADER TELLS OF AMBITIOUS PLANS TO BUILD ON LEGACY OF COMMONWEALTH GAMES; Brum could make bid for Olympics in future. JAMIE GARDNER News Reporter Jul 30, 2022 660
Plan to turn restaurant into new club and bar. Jul 30, 2022 263
Oceansgate chief is interim freeport boss. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @wtelfordherald Jul 30, 2022 506
Sacked officer gave boss 'incorrect information' over Elliot Lawless land deal; The judgement reveals Mr Kavanagh's involvement in the Percy Street and Falkner Street sites contributed to his dismissal. By, Tom Duffy Jul 30, 2022 966
Club does a lot for community. Jul 30, 2022 266
Darryl Yap on courtesy call with Mayor Joy Belmonte. Jul 29, 2022 378
Housing project for 5,000 ISFs completed in Valenzuela City. Jul 29, 2022 364
Tenants set to move into controversial Newport homes within days despite lack of planning approval; Urgent approval is required to ensure the homes are not removed. By, Jonathon Hill Jul 29, 2022 683
Catalogue of errors that led to city council energy contracts mess; Mazars investigation has outlined where Liverpool Council went wrong. By, David Humphreys Jul 29, 2022 807
Iconic Liverpool nightclub set for restaurant transformation; The venue was the place to be on the 90s clubbing scene. By, Storm Newton Jul 29, 2022 494
Student accommodation plans given green-light at former Louis Café in Sunderland; Revised plans to create 16 student apartments on the site where Louis Café still stands on Park Lane have been approved. By, David Huntley Jul 29, 2022 576
Top Newcastle councillor banned from Labour Party for 12 months after being found 'guilty of Islamophobia'; Joyce McCarty, who was Newcastle City Council's deputy leader for a decade, has been suspended. By, Daniel Holland Jul 29, 2022 592
Coventry bin strike ends after seven months of negotiations; The city council has said it is "disappointed" at how long it's taken to strike a deal. By, Ellie Brown Jul 29, 2022 421
Greggs in Leicester Square loses battle to sell sausage rolls all night; The bakery giant has lost a battle to sell hot food all night in the West End. By, Hannah Neary Jul 29, 2022 505
Londoners furious as cyclists keep dumping bikes outside their homes; A London council fears the abandoned bikes are a safety hazard for walkers. By, Hannah Neary Jul 29, 2022 562
Oakland city makes bid for Cambodian's freedom. Jul 29, 2022 319
1976; The Castle rocks to Status Quo, tragic death after boy hit by ball, stay away from mystery powder say police and much more made the news 46 years ago this week... Jul 29, 2022 742
City council to acquire leasehold on Brains pubs. Jul 29, 2022 309
Nice city ... we'll take it; GOVERNMENT SET TO INCREASE CONTROL OVER COUNCIL. LIAM THORP ECHO Reporter liam.thorp@reachplc.com @LiamThorpECHO Jul 29, 2022 365
News Claims chief was forced out 'false'. Jul 29, 2022 156
Former chief slammed in report over energy gaffe. Jul 29, 2022 406
CLEAN UP YOUR ACT; facility for homeless is given rap Dilapidated hotel which charges council PS2800 A MONTH per room is warned. ANNIE BROWN Associate Editor Jul 29, 2022 1835
COMMENT: BCC must strive to restore city to its former glory. Jul 29, 2022 423
Councillors back plans for new live music venue; new lease of life for o2 academy. DANIEL HOLLAND Local democracy reporter daniel.holland@reachplc.com Jul 29, 2022 403
Reggae nights cancelled over noise. Jul 29, 2022 184
Black cab taxi fares set to rise. THOMAS CRAMP Local Democracy Reporter Jul 29, 2022 388
Hotline set up in parking row. Jul 29, 2022 165
ATMOSPHERIC Dalymount Park PLAN B IS THE WAY TO BOH SAYS LAMBERT; FAI CUP FIRST ROUND IS THERE A GIANT-KILLING ON T E THE CARDS? MARK McCADDEN Jul 29, 2022 469
COUNCIL WALKING ON BROKEN GLASS; >>>>Recycling hit by staff sickness >>>>Belfast is worst performing area. SHAUNA CORR Environment Correspondent Jul 29, 2022 481
Irish-English street signs policy is now set to go live. MICHAEL KENWOOD Jul 29, 2022 171
Cow and knight sculpture among sites aiming for special cultural status. ELLIE BROWN News Reporter Jul 29, 2022 360
Big screen set to promote SAILGP. Jul 29, 2022 300
Country park no longer needs council subsidies; SELF-SUFFICIENCY AT MOUNT EDGCUMBE. HERALD REPORTER news@plymouthherald.co.uk @Plymouth_Live Jul 29, 2022 658
Cebu Citizens-Press Council applauds signing of FOI ordinance in Cebu City. Jul 29, 2022 279
Des Plaines to honor two lifesaving cops. Russell Lissau rlissau@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2022 330
Elgin moving toward keeping cops in local schools. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2022 471
Elgin moving toward keeping police officers in local schools. James Fuller jfuller@dailyherald.com Jul 29, 2022 471
Nyakach lawmaker charged with fraud. Jul 28, 2022 228
Megawide, Cebu City to sign supplemental MOA for carbon modernization. Jul 28, 2022 241
NBI-7 probe on alleged 'garbage plunder' in Cebu City to continue. Jul 28, 2022 304
Digital hubs take place of phone boxes across city; new units will offer ultra-fast wifi and free uk phone calls. LIAM THORP ECHO Reporter liam.thorp@reachplc.com @LIAMTHORPECHO Jul 28, 2022 326
Muntinlupa City Council OKs Laguna Lakeshore Road Network Project. Jul 28, 2022 401
Sunderland apartments will lift a tired part of the city centre and bring derelict buildings back to use; Plans and designs have been submitted. By, Chris Binding Jul 28, 2022 316
Councillors back plan to reopen O2 Academy as NX Newcastle after new owners drop 4am proposals; The Westgate Road venue is due to reopen this autumn after a £2.5m refurbishment. By, Daniel Holland Jul 28, 2022 511
Leicester Square's giant Greggs faces backlash as Met Police fear 'crime and disorder' issues if it opens late; The bakery chain wants to stay open late in London's bustling West End. By, Hannah Neary Jul 28, 2022 640
Lead council commissioner denies he forced Tony Reeves from his job; Mike Cunningham says 'buck stops' with former CEO over energy failings, but denies there was bad blood. By, Liam Thorp Jul 28, 2022 694
Liverpool council chief criticised in long awaited energy failure report; Independent investigation critical of ex-chief executive and highlights 'significant failings' that will cost city millions. By, Liam Thorp Jul 28, 2022 1100

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