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North Yorks Enquirer

Monthly Archives: August 2018

Former Whitby MP’s Homes Searched by Operation Midland Detectives

Former Whitby MP’s Homes Searched by Operation Midland Detectives – Crime and Parliamentary Affairs correspondent TIM HICKS draws together some interesting threads connecting the Scarborough and Westminster historical paedophila inevstigations. ~~~~~ Just six weeks after Lord Brittan‘s death, Metropolitan Police Detectives [...]

March 10, 2015 Police

Michael BECKETT [LibDem]: “Solving Problems & Getting Things Done!”

A Letter to the Editor from Michael BECKETT – the Liberal Democrat Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Scarborough & Whitby constituency, introduces himself and presents his case for election. ~~~~~ Dear Editor, I appreciate the opportunity to introduce myself in [...]

March 10, 2015 Letters

Potash: CNP Calls For Public Inquiry

Public Inquiry Needed To Determine Controversial North York Moors Potash Mine Plan [PRESS RELEASE] The Campaign for National Parks has called for a public inquiry to examine plans to develop the world’s largest potash mine in the North York Moors. [...]

March 10, 2015 North York Moors National Park Authority

“And Still Protecting Establishment Paedophiles?”

In a satirical spirit, the North Yorks Enquirer presents the thirty-first in a continuing series of so-called  “Photoons” – cartoons developed from digital photographs – highlighting the more amusing aspects of current affairs in North Yorkshire and beyond. Readers are [...]

March 8, 2015 Photoons

Quiet, Please! Democracy Is Sleeping!

A Letter to the Editor from Amanda SMITH, writing as a member of the public in response, perhaps, to recent misinformation in the Whitby Liar. Amanda is one of only four members of Whitby Town (Parish) Council who possesses an [...]

March 7, 2015 Whitby Town

NYP: Efit Issued After Boy Approached In Catterick Garrison

NYP: Efit Issued After Boy Approached In Catterick Garrison Detectives investigating an incident in Catterick Garrison in which an 11-year-old boy was approached by a man, have issued an efit of a person they want to identify. [...]

March 7, 2015 Appeals

Cllr Lindsay BURR – Another ‘Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free-Card’?

Cllr Lindsay BURR – Another ‘Get-Out-Of-Jail-Free-Card’? an “In My View” article by NIGEL WARD, updating readers on the Rydale District Council (RDC) response to my Formal Request for an investigation into the discrepancies in the Register of Interests of Councillor [...]

March 6, 2015 Ryedale District Council

“Fox On The Run”

In a satirical spirit, the North Yorks Enquirer presents the thirtieth in a continuing series of so-called  “Photoons” – cartoons developed from digital photographs – highlighting the more amusing aspects of current affairs in North Yorkshire and beyond. Readers are [...]

March 4, 2015 Photoons

Ian McInnes [Labour]: “Let’s Do It!”

A Letter to the Editor from Ian McINNES – the Labour Party Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Scarborough & Whitby constituency, appealing for readers support in his bid to deliver real change for Whitby and Scarborough. ~~~~~ Dear Mr Editor, [...]

March 4, 2015 Letters

Spot The Difference #1 Scarborough UTC

Featuring in our very first Spot The Difference competition is Peter Wilkinson. Peter is a director of Scarborough UTC Limited, which is the company formed to deliver Scarborough’s new University Technical College (UTC). Partners in the UTC are the University [...]

March 3, 2015 Scarborough Borough Council