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AFTER 16 years, the wait for answers still goes on for the family of Keith Mangan.

It's impossible to imagine what the time has been like since Keith was taken hostage whilst on a back-packing holiday in Kashmir with his wife Julie.

So news that a new probe into his disappearance has been launched is to be welcomed.

This is a family that has been torn apart emotionally since 1995, waiting for that one phone call that would end their torment.

And last year Keith's dad Charlie died, never discovering his son's fate. Perhaps now this new investigation can bring some desperately needed answers. We hope and pray that every effort can be made to find out what happened - moves which could either deliver new hope or bring closure to all that loved Keith. THESE are good times for manufacturing right now. And that's sending positive ripples through the local supply chain. But there is plenty of work that needs to be done to maximise every opportunity that comes to our door.

Words of warning from Nifco UK boss Mike Matthews today raise alarm bells over imminent shortages as the sector booms. Coming from such a well-respected Teesside boss, it's concerns industry needs to listen to.
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Title Annotation:Letters
Publication:Evening Gazette (Middlesbrough, England)
Article Type:Editorial
Date:Apr 25, 2012
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