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End of the road for rude place names in region; 'BAFFLING' NEW RULES. James Harrison Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com @JHARRISONLDR Oct 24, 2021 452
Man 'cut off wheel clamp with angle grinder and headbutted cop' during row with bailiff; After the bailiff fitted a clamp to the wheel of Woodward's van, he allegedly fetched a cordless grinder from inside, and started removing it. By, David Powell Oct 22, 2021 530
Respected county councillor dies after contracting Covid. ROB HARRIES Reporter robert.harries@walesonline.co.uk Oct 22, 2021 455
PS3.47m to help struggling families through the winter. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter Oct 22, 2021 322
Mini-tornado wreaks havoc after rampaging through sleeping Cornwall town overnight; Four people were rescued from the roof of their submerged car in the village of St Kew on Wednesday evening. Locals in Widnes, Cheshire, also posted videos of the damage created by the tornado. By, Shabir Noorzai & Chiara Fiorillo Oct 21, 2021 537
PS8m plan to construct 59 homes. Oct 21, 2021 155
'Most divisive' housing scheme wins permission. GARETH LIGHTFOOT Local democracy reporter Oct 21, 2021 605
Calls for more to join growing group giving biodiversity a boost. Oct 20, 2021 385
County may need mayor for chance of PS1bn funding; mixed reaction from parties. HANNAH RICHARDSON News Reporter Oct 20, 2021 736
Road closure 'massive inconvenience for us' village.rs fear 'RIDICULOUS TRAFFIC AND DIFFICULT SCHOOL RUNS'. SHANNEN HEADLEY News Reporter Oct 20, 2021 534
'Legacy' rules could hamper green efforts. james harrison Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Oct 20, 2021 354
Council looks at carer wage rise costs. Oct 20, 2021 418
E-scooter hire scheme extended until March. Oct 20, 2021 290
Reassurance over truck drivers for road gritting. Oct 20, 2021 184
Support fund to ease shock of cut of PS20 Universal Credit uplift. Oct 20, 2021 349
Essex Lottery invites good causes to come on board. Oct 20, 2021 542
Council's recycling plans are put on hold. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter Oct 19, 2021 356
Council faces 'difficult choices'. GARETH LIGHTFOOT Local Democracy Reporter gareth.lightfoot@reachplc.com Oct 18, 2021 485
Underpass crime fears recognised; objectors voice their concerns at replacement crossing. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 18, 2021 402
New homes will be built on County Durham street despite neighbours' parking complaints. By, Gareth Lightfoot, Local Democracy Reporter Oct 18, 2021 241
Plans to reopen rail station. James Robinson Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Oct 17, 2021 467
Councillors fight school closure plan. Oct 17, 2021 157
Underpass plans 'not set in stone'. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 16, 2021 434
Council is urged to return council tax exemptions. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 16, 2021 463
Underpass crime fears recognised; objectors voice their concerns at replacement crossing. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 16, 2021 401
Special needs school's plan to switch location; APPROVAL WOULD ALSO ALLOW FEMALE PUPILS. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 15, 2021 406
Covid spike in 10 to 19-year-olds behind rising rates. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter Oct 15, 2021 389
Objectors lose battle over plans for HQ car park. GARETH LIGHTFOOT AND ADAM CARE Reporters Oct 15, 2021 652
All ready to tackle the icy weather. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter Oct 14, 2021 355
Roads consultation left residents 'disadvantaged'. ANITA MERRITT anita.merritt@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Oct 14, 2021 673
Alderman warns democracy 'is in a dangerous place'. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Oct 14, 2021 284
Board of Supervisors approve close of local airport in California due to lead concerns. Oct 14, 2021 205
Board of Supervisors approve close of local airport in California due to lead concerns. Oct 14, 2021 189
Controversial car park plans at Durham council HQ have moved a step closer; An independent inspector has said part of The Sands should lose its protected status as common land. By, Gareth Lightfoot, Local Democracy Reporter & Adam Care Oct 14, 2021 796
Project on the hunt for county's best treasures. Oct 14, 2021 319
PS47m of savings will be needed at county council. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter Oct 14, 2021 715
Nappies scheme wins backing. Oct 14, 2021 160
Assisted living flats officially opened. Oct 13, 2021 382
Council funding system is 'comprehensively broken' county leader says action needed in short term and through fundamental review. HANNAH RICHARDSON News Reporter Oct 13, 2021 496
Duke makes historic visit to the 1620s house with links to his own family. Oct 13, 2021 708
FROM NEWTS TO SALMON, SANDMARTINS TO GRASSLAND, THE 29 PROJECTS WHICH HAVE BEEN GIVEN FUNDING. Oct 13, 2021 1552
Public's chance to have a say on underpass. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Oct 13, 2021 375
Underpass plan up for debate; council. INVITED PEOPLE TO HAVE SAY AT MEETING. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@trinitymirror.com @JHARRISONLDR Oct 13, 2021 370
Louth County Council 'Further Information' [...]; Public Notices. Public notice Oct 13, 2021 209
Fingers on the pulse of community. Alex Burghart POINTS OF VIEW MP for Brentwood and Ongar Oct 13, 2021 305
Bizarre 'two-and-a-half second' 10ft-long cycle lane branded a 'waste of money'; The short cycle lane was installed by the council in Stapleford, Nottinghamshire, to encourage green transport -but has instead caused an angry backlash by local residents and cyclists. By, Bradley Stokes & Chiara Fiorillo & Lana Adkin & Joel Moore Oct 12, 2021 679
'Unidentified treasures' to be protected in County Durham pilot scheme; Residents are being asked to nominate their favourite local gems across County Durham to be celebrated and protected. By, Daniel Hall Oct 12, 2021 363
County's team expected to restart fraud probes. Oct 12, 2021 285
PS1 travel plan for under-19s just the ticket. JAMES HARRISON Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 12, 2021 449
Chance for town to be a slicker city. JOHN KIERANS The Beast from the East Oct 12, 2021 181
New plans to 'bus back better' councils collaborate to improve services. DANIEL CLARK Daniel.Clark@reachplc.com @HEDANIELCLARK Oct 12, 2021 561
Upset over plans to demolish 'iconic' art deco house; PROPERTY WAS DESIGNED BY FAMOUS WELSH ARCHITECT. STEVE BAGNALL Daily Post Reporter steve.bagnall@reachplc.com Oct 11, 2021 360
'Wind farm will destroy vistas' COUNCIL OPPOSES PLAN FOR AWEL Y MOR MASSIVE TURBINES. RICHARD EVANS Oct 9, 2021 1066
Walking and cycling plans are unveiled. DANIEL HALL Reporter daniel.hall@reachplc.cpm Oct 8, 2021 289
Step closer to culture crown; county durham bid reaches next stage of competition. MARIA CASSIDY Reporter maria.cassidy@reachplc.com Oct 8, 2021 712
WEXFORD COUNTY COUNCIL We Ennis [...]; Public Notices. Public notice Oct 8, 2021 223
IT'S A KNOCKOUT BLOW FOR THE NOTORIHOUSE; Council rules against McGregor's extension. GORDON DEEGAN Oct 8, 2021 406
Walkway scheme comes under fire from residents. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Oct 7, 2021 432
Surging energy bills 'shocking for our schools'. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Oct 7, 2021 340
'Build this underpass and people will move'. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 7, 2021 427
Plans to improve County Durham walking and cycling infrastructure to be discussed; Durham County Council will discuss plans to improve infrastructure in three towns to double the number of cycling journeys and substantially increase walking. By, Daniel Hall Oct 6, 2021 348
School term dates for five years confirmed by councils. HANNAH RICHARDSON hannah.richardson@reachplc.com Oct 6, 2021 570
Council's new HQ to be let while third site is looked for. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Oct 6, 2021 646
Council tax to double for second-home owners in Pembrokeshire. Oct 6, 2021 429
Concerns over Covid tests. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter Oct 6, 2021 362
Warning over road improvement delays due to lack of staff. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 Oct 6, 2021 474
School crossing patrol wardens issued with bodycams to deter abuse from drivers; Small minority of drivers are impatient and sometimes even abusive towards the crossing patrols, claims local councillor. By, Ben Turner & Brett Gibbons Oct 5, 2021 280
Cricket club in bid to sell drink over seven days. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 4, 2021 408
Pembrokeshire's ruling body votes to make second home owners pay twice as much council tax; It is the third council in Wales to bring in the premium. By, Ruth Mosalski Oct 4, 2021 443
Foodies get ready to descend on town for delicious events; A popular food festival returns this weekend - and it's bound to be busy. JAMES ROBINSON takes a look at the preparations. JAMES ROBINSON Oct 2, 2021 574
Schools warned to expect huge energy bills hike. DAN O'DONOGHUE Reporter daniel.odonoghue@reachplc.com Oct 2, 2021 464
Talks begin about future of landmark retail centre. ELGAN HEARN Local Democracy Reporter newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Oct 1, 2021 367
Council 'may have broken planning rules'. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy eporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 1, 2021 403
Road through town closed to cars. Oct 1, 2021 212
Locals not bowled over by cricket club's licence bid. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Oct 1, 2021 380
Works aim to prevent more floods. KATIE-ANN GUPWELL Reporter katieann.gupwell@walesonline.co.uk Sep 30, 2021 387
Permission for 'market' style dining area granted. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 30, 2021 407
Permission is given to restaurant to go al fresco. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Sep 29, 2021 373
'Horrendous decline in health and wellbeing of certain parts of Essex'. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 Sep 29, 2021 483
Appeal for more people like Jo to provide havens for young people. Sep 29, 2021 781
Grassroots cultural groups support UK City of Culture bid; ADVERTISING FEATURE THE COMPELLING AND PEOPLE-BASED ARTS PROJECTS IN COUNTY DURHAM HOPING TO HELP CLINCH THE COVETED TITLE. Sep 25, 2021 947
Council to discuss plans for county's military heritage. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 25, 2021 628
Grassroots cultural groups support UK City of Culture bid; ADVERTISING FEATURE THE COMPELLING AND PEOPLE-BASED ARTS PROJECTS IN COUNTY DURHAM HOPING TO HELP CLINCH THE COVETED TITLE. Sep 25, 2021 957
City of Culture bid team praise BBC investment. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 25, 2021 541
Grassroots cultural groups support UK City of Culture bid; ADVERTISING FEATURE THE COMPELLING AND PEOPLE-BASED ARTS PROJECTS IN COUNTY DURHAM HOPING TO HELP CLINCH THE COVETED TITLE. Sep 25, 2021 966
Time to show the world how we're bursting with creativity; Why should Durham be awarded the accolade of UK City of Culture 2025? The people who know best are its people. Nicole Goodw in spoke to some of them. Sep 24, 2021 1059
Plans are brewing for new houses on farm site. HERBERT SODEN Local Democracy Reporter herbert.soden@ncjmedia.co.uk Sep 24, 2021 333
Police issue pub closure notice after 'public order incidents'. Sep 24, 2021 211
Council bids for PS10.72m grant to build social housing. Sep 23, 2021 420
Pension fund 'well ahead' of target to reduce investments in fossil fuels. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Sep 23, 2021 771
Early Years sector needs to be funded properly for all. BECKY SHEAVES Sep 23, 2021 818
School shut as half of staffand pupils test positive. JONATHON HILL Reporter jonathon.hill@walesonline.co.uk Sep 22, 2021 293
Couple make use of scheme for environmentally-friendly heating. Sep 22, 2021 388
Primary school shuts days into term when almost half of pupils test positive for Covid; Forty per cent of pupils and 50 per cent of staff have tested positive for Covid-19 at Cradoc Primary School in Brecon over the last couple of weeks, leaving the local authority no choice but to send everyone home. By, Jonathon Hill & Alahna Kindred Sep 21, 2021 650
Whole school closes days into new term after almost half of pupils test positive for Covid; Forty per cent of pupils and 50% of staff have tested positive over the last couple of weeks since term resumed at Cradoc Primary School in early September,. By, Jonathon Hill Sep 21, 2021 558
Should we all muck in on cleaning? JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter Sep 20, 2021 348
Durham County Council finances 'still in a good place' after Covid; The pandemic is believed to have cost the council around £14m. By, Gareth Lightfoot, Local Democracy Reporter Sep 20, 2021 470
Kenilworth train station ticket office closes temporarily as search begins for new tenant; West Midlands Railway and Warwickshire County Council say they are working to get it reopened. By, Danny Thompson Sep 20, 2021 345
' ' I have no help and no support... I don't know what the future holds; PARKINSON'S SUFFERER TOLD SHE MUST LEAVE HOME AND DOG IF SHE WANTS CARE. James Robinson Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 19, 2021 792
The grassroots cultural scene supporting County Durham's bid for UK City of Culture 2025; ADVERTISING FEATURE The compelling and people-based ARTS PROJECTS in COUNTY durham hoping To help clinch The COVETED TiTle. Sep 18, 2021 1538
'Many benefits' of home working. Sep 18, 2021 392
Concern over health funding for 'traumatised' Afghan refugees. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Sep 18, 2021 543
Concessions made in bid for restaurant expansion. JAMES HARRISON Reporter Sep 18, 2021 417
Row erupts over complaint about Jews at school event; PRINCIPAL'DISAPPOINTED'AS RESIDENT SINGLES OUT RELIGIOUS GATHERING. MARI JONES Daily Post Reporter mari.jones@reachplc.com Sep 18, 2021 420
The grassroots cultural scene supporting County Durham's bid for UK City of Culture 2025; The compelling and people-based ARTS PROJECTS in COUNTY durham hoping To help clinch The COVETED TiTle ADVERTISING FEATURE. Sep 18, 2021 1526
Restaurant compromises in permission bid. Sep 18, 2021 192
GREEN ALERT! Algae bloom turns outdoor pool vivid hue and forces early closure. AARAN LENNOX Daily Post Reporter aaran.lennox@reachplc.com Sep 17, 2021 317
Camp set up outside County Hall over pension fund. Sep 16, 2021 310
Campaigners' joy as 50m-high Consett incinerator plans are thrown out; Planning bosses said the scheme would be 'a significant and unacceptable landscape impact". By, Gareth Lightfoot, Local Democracy Reporter Sep 15, 2021 639
Campaign to support celebrating safely launches. Sep 15, 2021 504
A return to the principles that once won red seats is vital; The Labour Party suffered unprecedented defeats in some of the region's so-called 'red wall'seats at the last general election, and its standing in Northumberland has suffered too in recent years. JAMES HARRISON spoke to the county's Labour group leader Scott Dickinson about what he thinks the party needs to do to reverse that trend. Sep 15, 2021 627
Delays to school building means students stuck learning at home. JAMES ROBISNON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 15, 2021 602
Leader of bruised Labour aims to build consensus. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 15, 2021 601
Opportunity for residents to help mould future of library service; Letters. Sep 15, 2021 422
Fears over house crisis in county. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 14, 2021 510
Jim shines a light on Dark Sky adventures; Engineer tells of working in Moffat and St Helena. Sep 10, 2021 1344
Cleanliness claims 'just don't wash' says council. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Sep 10, 2021 349
Health chiefs are expecting Covid wave after event. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter Sep 10, 2021 466
Couples' big day could be in latest branch of gin bar; venue has applied for permission to hold weddings. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 286
Free car parking plan scaled back. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 425
'Incinerator' applicant vows to appeal decision. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 454
Station that will form part of line revival approved. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 400
City and county shone in the national spotlight for race. Sep 9, 2021 243
Council expects to go over its budget again. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Sep 9, 2021 440
'Incinerator' applicant to appeal decision. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 436
200 homes agreed - and more may follow. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter Sep 9, 2021 394
Cash injection to fund observatory telescope. JAMES HARRISON Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 9, 2021 363
Plans for new station in Ashington approved. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Sep 9, 2021 446
Hospital redevelopment approved. Sep 9, 2021 269
Villages. Sep 8, 2021 5920
Dirty nappies in recycling means 5,500 tonnes is going to landfill; CAMPAIGN TO EDUCATE PARENTS. TOM MACK News Reporter Sep 8, 2021 379
Two years' free parking plan for revived railway is dropped. JAMES HARRISON Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Sep 8, 2021 453
Science and tech park expansion on the table. Sep 8, 2021 253
PS25,000 council cash boost for Kielder Observatory. Sep 8, 2021 184
Incinerator plans are up in smoke; residents celebrate as council vote down centre. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Sep 8, 2021 366
Special educational needs situation is 'unprecedented' OPERATIONS TEAM EXPANSION NECESSARY. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 Sep 8, 2021 382
Fired-up residents out to protest 'incinerator'. Sep 7, 2021 228
Free tree scheme returns to spruce up the county. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Sep 7, 2021 302
Plant a tree for free as part of county plan. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Sep 7, 2021 278
Tributes are paid to stalwart councillor; OVER 20 YEARS OF SERVICE. THOMAS QUAYLE thomas.quayle@reachplc.com @tommy_quayle Sep 7, 2021 463
Discover the grassroots cultural scene across County Durham as the county bids for UK City of Culture 2025; The compelling and people-based arts projects in County Durham hoping to help clinch the coveted title. By, Angela Upex Sep 7, 2021 1558
Get into gear and support top cyclists as tour comes to county again. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com Sep 6, 2021 332
Temporary home at hotel. Sep 5, 2021 293
Stunned pensioner told to pay PS20m council tax. Sep 3, 2021 373
Legal bid to stop unit for adults with 'significant' behaviour issues; ITS CLIENTS WILL INCLUDE PEOPLE DETAINED UNDER MENTAL HEALTH ACT BUT FIRM SAYS COMMUNITY'S OPPOSITION IS JUST 'A WITCH HUNT'. MARI JONES Daily Post Reporter mari.jones@reachplc.com Sep 3, 2021 516
Allowances review due. Sep 2, 2021 265
Next steps agreed for bikes and walking plan; councillors approve proposals to boost healthier travel options. DAVID OWEN News Reporter Sep 1, 2021 436
Green light given to bid for play park changes. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Sep 1, 2021 384
Fears over coronavirus despite the big take-up. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Sep 1, 2021 404
Vaccine warning after deaths rise in county; FEARS GROW FOR UNVAXXED AND RETURN OF SCHOOLS. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Sep 1, 2021 381
Council to test new way of fixing pothole problem. Aug 31, 2021 353
Delay 'is on the wrong track'. JAMES HARRISON Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 31, 2021 442
Rail service worries remain. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 31, 2021 472
Rules for taxis up for debate. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 31, 2021 407
Drinking increase fears as glass recycling rockets. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Aug 30, 2021 410
Call to enforce lakeside rules. Aug 30, 2021 201
Taxi zones and rules in the spotlight. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 28, 2021 436
Council is inundated with offers of support to help Afghan refugees. PAUL SUART News Reporter Aug 28, 2021 292
Household glass collection trial hailed a success. JAMES HARRISON Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 28, 2021 266
County council defends putting farm forward for possible development. PAUL GREAVES paul.greaves@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Aug 26, 2021 610
Plea to landlords as four district councils will take in refugees. Aug 26, 2021 195
Devon first in line for devolution powers. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Aug 26, 2021 686
Work starts on building much-needed facility to manage household rubbish. Aug 25, 2021 420
WHAT COUNTY COUNCIL SAID. Aug 25, 2021 177
In trouble for sprucing up our gardens. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 25, 2021 556
More motorhomes set up illegally on North Wales coast; OVERNIGHT CAMPERS INVADE RHYL SEAFRONT. STEVE BAGNALL Daily Post Reporter steve.bagnall@reachplc.com Aug 25, 2021 401
'Don't punish us for garden works'. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com @JHARRISONLDR Aug 25, 2021 515
Homes plan for 'eyesore' brickworks. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter @JHARRISONLDR Aug 24, 2021 520
Tourist train is stopped in its tracks - for now. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Aug 24, 2021 460
Go-ahead for holiday home after appeal; 'higher-end' accommodation backed after objections overruled. GARETH WYN WILLIAMS Local Democracy Reporter garethwyn.williams@reachplc.com Aug 24, 2021 567
Row rages over closure plan of outdoor centre. PAUL SUART News Reporter Aug 24, 2021 1143
Plans for island train derailed as public consulted; there has been plenty of backlash around the proposals. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 24, 2021 460
A vole lot of love for Ratty. TONY HENDERSON Reporter @Hendrover Aug 23, 2021 696
Claims 'divorce deal' will cost PS2.5m are denied. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 23, 2021 502
Town businesses hit in pocket by power cut. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 23, 2021 647
Help is now available for for uniforms. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 21, 2021 546
More than 1000 new Covid cases in a day. DANIEL CLARK Local Democracy Reporter Daniel.Clark@reachplc.com Aug 21, 2021 569
Social care deal between council and NHS is over. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 20, 2021 432
'We've got talent and a lot to celebrate in County Durham' NICOLE GOODWIN has been speaking to supporters of County Durham's bid to be named City of Culture about what it means to them. NICOLE GOODWIN Aug 20, 2021 1085
'Don't let changes to bus provision isolate families'. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@reachplc.com Aug 19, 2021 676
Petition launched to prevent farm becoming a housing development. PAUL GREAVES paul.greaves@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Aug 19, 2021 706
Sleepwalking to disaster as it's business as usual; LETTERS&OPINION. Aug 19, 2021 156
Not amused over arcade plan. EMILY GILL Local democracy reporter echo.newsdesk@reachplc.com Aug 18, 2021 541
10,000 illicit cigarettes are seized in shop swoop. Aug 17, 2021 192
Officer to tackle homes crisis. Aug 17, 2021 170
Sniffer dog finds stash of illegal tobacco; IN BRIEF. Aug 17, 2021 202
Misinformation at public forums vexes local boards, big tech. DAVID KLEPPER and HEATHER HOLLINGSWORTH Associated Press Aug 17, 2021 923
Drive for car clubs serving every Welsh community. RHODRI CLARK newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Aug 16, 2021 679
New discussions over Holy Island land train. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com Aug 16, 2021 432
Drive for car clubs serving every Welsh community. RHODRI CLARK newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Aug 16, 2021 694
Terminally ill cancer mum's delight as she buys council home to secure son's future; Eileen, 35, snaps up house as legacy for 14-year-old Seamus. LOUISE WALSH Aug 16, 2021 699
New role will get empty homes into use. Aug 15, 2021 225
Celeb castle security plans given go-ahead. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 14, 2021 471
The Welsh Assembly that might have been. MARTIN SHIPTON Political editor-at-large newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Aug 12, 2021 688
'End this madness' pleads councillor; and colleagues refuse 69-house plan 12 votes to nil. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 12, 2021 529
'Great day' as rail route revived for test journey. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 12, 2021 374
Bradshaw opposed to suggestion of a unitary authority for county. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Aug 12, 2021 557
Councils have ignored concerns about traffic; LETTERS&OPINION. Aug 12, 2021 672
No shock people are disenchanted with politics; LETTERS&OPINION. Aug 12, 2021 374
Investing to innovate -how Durham County Council is supporting businesses; Local authority provides a business support service to help businesses thrive in the aftermath of the pandemic. By, Vicky Robson Aug 12, 2021 734
County Durham Growth Fund awards £5.4 million to local businesses; Hundreds of new jobs created after companies across the county receive cash boost. By, Vicky Robson Aug 12, 2021 1021
A new exhibition showcases the history of town's market; 800 years of town site is celebrated. STAFF REPORTER Aug 11, 2021 334
Public health chiefs praise teams as they receive honorary degrees. Aug 11, 2021 265
'Significant failings' led to cancer patient's death. MARK SMITH Health correspondent mark.smith@walesonline.co.uk Aug 10, 2021 549
Council defends plans to close outdoor centre. PAUL SUART News Reporter Aug 10, 2021 673
Cancer patient died after 'numerous significant failings' by health board and council; The Public Services Ombudsman for Wales said it was a 'tragic case' which involved 'an alarming, systemic misdiagnosis'. By, Mark Smith Aug 10, 2021 554
'I'm not just a safe pair of hands' CRICKET-MAD NEW CHIEF EXECUTIVE OF DENBIGHSHIRE COUNTY COUNCIL ON WHAT HE'LL BRING TO THE ROLE. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 9, 2021 1082
'Blanket-ban' on dogs condemned. RHIANNON JAMES Reporter rhiannon.james@walesonline.co.uk Aug 7, 2021 298
Heartbreak for school after theft. JAMES ROBINSON Reporter james.robinson@ncjmedia.co.uk Aug 7, 2021 426
Rivals driving on with bitter row about restaurant. KALI LINDSAY Reporter Aug 7, 2021 494
Councillor blasts tourist town's 'ludicrous' sea wall; EMERGENCY SERVICES CAN'T ACCESS BEACH IN PARTS OF EUROPE'S DENSEST HOLIDAY AREA. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 7, 2021 474
How US Embassy bombing changed government's perspective. Aug 7, 2021 315
Contractor picked to build stations on new rail line. NICOLE GOODWIN Reporter Aug 6, 2021 415
Call to lower speed limit on bypass. Aug 6, 2021 226
Dog ban criticised by RSPCA. Aug 6, 2021 153
Pleas to cut speed limit to curb 'terrible noise' on bypass spurned; FED-UP NEIGHBOURS TELL OF 'FLAT OUT'LATE-NIGHT BIKERS ...BUT COUNTY COUNCIL SAYS IT'S NOT BAD ENOUGH TO ACT. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 6, 2021 505
Contractor for rail re-opening plan confirmed. NICOLE GOODWIN Reporter nicole.goodwin@reachplc.com Aug 6, 2021 408
Electric shock; Festival cancelled again over Covid-19 as council refuses to grant licence. MICHELLE TOWNSEND Aug 5, 2021 384
Call for an end to traffic nightmare with roadworks behind schedule. ANITA MERRITT anita.merritt@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Aug 5, 2021 607
Action group reveals what Essex can do to fight climate change. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 Aug 4, 2021 801
Scheme 'a blight on Shenfield for years and years to come'. Aug 4, 2021 533
Made in Devon scheme boasts new website; IN BRIEF. Website overview Aug 4, 2021 332
Plans to build holiday lets at farm attraction. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 4, 2021 336
Expansion plan for eaterie not appetising to all. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 3, 2021 466
MUM PETITIONS AGAINST 'DANGEROUS' UNISEX changing rooms; All council leisure centres allow males and females to mix. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 3, 2021 585
PS2.5m cash hanging in balance for kids' centre; GRANT FUNDING SUBJECT TO DEADLINE BUT BUILDER IS IN ADMINISTRATION. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Aug 3, 2021 485
Restaurant expansion plan not to pub's taste. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Aug 3, 2021 398
Louth County Council, We, Anord Mardix [...]; LEGAL Notices. Aug 3, 2021 169
Drive-thru restaurant plan shelved. KALI LINDSAY Reporter Aug 2, 2021 354
We could secure ourselves a place on world's stage; This month, County Durham submitted its bid to be UK City of Culture 2021. ALISON CLARK, head of culture, sport and tourism at Durham County Council, explains how this status will benefit people across the region and why culture is a force for good in all of our lives. Jul 31, 2021 660
New vision for historic landmark is unveiled. COREENA FORD Business writer coreena.ford@reachplc.com @Scoopford Landmark overview Jul 31, 2021 776
Councils accused of 'neglecting duties' by not inspecting AirBnB properties; 'ANGRY' CLLR SAYS AUTHORITIES NEED MORE STAFF TO TACKLE HUGE TASK. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 31, 2021 418
Restoration of castle's hidden gems. POPPY KENNEDY Reporter poppy.kennedy@reachplc.com Jul 30, 2021 451
County cash plea from councillor sparks anger. Jul 30, 2021 221
Urgent appeal for foster carers after rise in children in care. LAURA MEHERS News Reporter Jul 30, 2021 335
Taiwan's Kinmen County to hand out cash, vouchers as COVID relief. Jul 29, 2021 234
Concern over markings at accident black spot road. PHILIP CHURM Local Democracy Reporter philip@radioexe.co.uk @TheChurm Jul 29, 2021 629
We all fear for future of the planet, so why has county's recycling rate plummeted? figures show a worrying fall of more than 10% in past decade. TOM MACK News Reporter Jul 28, 2021 918
Pedestrian crossing recreated inside charity's centre. Jul 28, 2021 440
Criticism of decision not to sign up to ethical care charter. Jul 28, 2021 531
Shenfield library plan set for green light despite opposition; planning committee likely to give go-ahead for library and nine flats. PIERS MEYLER Local democracy reporter piers.meyler@reachplc.com @meyler123 Jul 28, 2021 542
Nuclear waste from all over UK could be dumped in Lincolnshire; former gas terminal identified as potential new dumping site. PAUL WHITELAM & LUKE GREEN paul.whitelam@reachplc.com @PaulWhitelam_LE Jul 27, 2021 582
CONTROVERSIAL 102-HOME SCHEME PUT ON HOLD BY WELSH GOVT. Jul 26, 2021 439
Campaigners welcome detention opposition. KALI LINDSAY Reporter kali.lindsay@reachplc.com Jul 24, 2021 582
A world leader on energy; COUNCIL LEADER'S VIEW ON AREA'S TIDAL DREAMS. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 24, 2021 533
New digital high streets programme to boost local shopping launches in Warwickshire; The new initiative aims to help businesses across the county recover from the impact of COVID-19. By, Rachel Hains Jul 24, 2021 784
Conwy bids to join culture club. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 22, 2021 300
County's budget shortfall grows to almost PS50m. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Jul 22, 2021 451
Progress made on link road plan to aid development. OLLIE HEPTINSTALL Local Democracy Reporter ollie@radioexe.co.uk @OliHepy Jul 22, 2021 599
Council formally bids for PS12m to fund 16 projects. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 22, 2021 470
Initiative will help businesses prove they are selling products from county. WILLIAM TELFORD william.telford@reachplc.com @businesslive Jul 22, 2021 468
Tragic lack of vision and opportunity for waterside; Letters. Jul 21, 2021 237
Extra PS5m to be invested on county roads; residents urged to suggest improvements for areas. COREY BEDFORD News Reporter Jul 21, 2021 412
'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
Plea to remain 'sensible and cautious'. JAMES HARRSION Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 21, 2021 258
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 465
Durham has its sights set on 2025 culture title. SOPHIE FINNEGAN Reporter Jul 20, 2021 755
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
STAFF OUTBREAK AT HOLIDAY PARK. Jul 20, 2021 272
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Huge increase in home schooling. Jul 20, 2021 466
Venues showed creative side; Venues were forced to shut and we were told to stay home but there should be plenty of contenders for Culture Awards 2021. DAVID WHETSTONE picks out a few. DAVID WHETSTONE Jul 19, 2021 1505
'Everyone should be cremated and thrown in the sea', says councillor in heated debate; The comments were made by the Welsh councillor during a discussion on whether to approval an extension to a local burial site. By, Jez Hemming & Emily Sleight Jul 19, 2021 376
Venues showed their true creative side; Venues were forced to shut and we were told to stay home but there should be plenty of contenders for Culture Awards 2021. DAVID WHETSTONE picks out a few. Jul 17, 2021 1218
Cuts to rail services would 'be detrimental'. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 17, 2021 437
PS21m funding boost for town; MONEY FOR BLYTH IS ON TOP OF PS11M ALREADY GRANTED. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com Jul 17, 2021 552
Rail cuts plan would see 24 services lost across region. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@ncjmedia.co.uk Jul 16, 2021 371
Special needs school could cut down travelling. JAMES HARRSION Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 16, 2021 450
Parents in backpack protest on steps of County Council. CLAIRE HARRISON Jul 15, 2021 450
SOUTH DUBLIN COUNTY COUNCIL The [...]; Public Notices. Public notice Jul 15, 2021 413
City road changes could be made permanent. DANIEL CLARK daniel.clark@reachplc.com @DEVONLIVENEWS Jul 15, 2021 958
Disappointment as plan for PS330m incinerator is given the green light; campaigners and some councillors opposed plans for power station site. DAN MARTIN News Reporter Jul 14, 2021 499
Rise in number of children missing from education. Jul 14, 2021 530
Decision looms as space running out at cemetery; COVID DEATHS SPUR PLAN TO ADD 1,600 BURIAL PLOTS. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 13, 2021 524
Parents urged to speak out about problem parking near schools. CLAIRE HARRISON News Reporter claire.harison01@reachplc.com Jul 13, 2021 290
Council bosses dismiss councillor's airport's 'renaming' idea. Jul 12, 2021 294
Please let my sign stay put; cafe owner told it blocked path. KELLEY PRICE kelley.price@reachplc.com @kelleyprice_gaz Jul 8, 2021 517
'Game-changing' car battery plant given green light. JAMES HARRISON Local Democracy Reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 8, 2021 571
Only one objector to 20mph scheme. RHODRI CLARK newsdesk@walesonline.co.uk Jul 8, 2021 660
Reminder for jet skiers to follow marine code; COUNCIL HITS OUT AFTER SHOCKING VIDEO OF SEA BIRD DISTURBANCE. STEVE BAGNALL Daily Post Reporter steve.bagnall@reachplc.com Jul 8, 2021 373
'Game changer' battery factory set for county. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 8, 2021 461
Councillors challenged in climate change protest. Jul 8, 2021 569
Rail line and station handed over ahead of train services restarting. Jul 8, 2021 588
Work on first phase of PS17.5m school plan starts. Jul 7, 2021 574
Youngsters offered the chance to work for county council. Jul 7, 2021 373
'Gigaplant' green light could create 8,000 jobs. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter jnl.newsdesk@ncjmedia.co.uk @JHARRISONLDR Jul 7, 2021 419
Plans for new history centre get PS1.2m lottery grant boost. SOPHIE FINNEGAN Reporter sophie.finnegan@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 711
The traffic mayhem to come if homes go ahead; RESIDENTS' PICTURE HIGHLIGHTS THEIR ROAD FEARS. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 486
Tech glitch turns council meeting into 'shambles' KEY SPEAKERS IN REMOTE SESSION LOSE AUDIO FEED. JEZ HEMMING Local Democracy Reporter jez.hemming@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 447
'Enjoy our county - and conserve it'. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 381
Battery gigaplant go-ahead. JAMES HARRISON Local democracy reporter james.harrison@reachplc.com Jul 7, 2021 446
Welcome to Northumberland - but love it like it's your own. HANNAH GRAHAM Reporter hannah.graham@reachplc.com Jul 6, 2021 620
'Roadmap' for council meetings in person. Jul 5, 2021 307

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