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North Yorks Enquirer

Monthly Archives: October 2020

Appeal re Scarborough Sexual Assault

Appeal re Scarborough Sexual Assault Police investigating a sexual assault in Scarborough are appealing for information about the incident. It happened on Aberdeen Walk , Scarborough between 8am and 8.15am yesterday (29 January). A man approached a young woman who [...]

January 30, 2020 Appeals

“Fixed It!”

In a satirical spirit, the North Yorks Enquirer presents the one-hundred-and-ninety-seventh 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 far beyond. Readers [...]

January 29, 2020 Photoons

Leeming Bar Parking Ban Closes All Roads

Leeming Bar Parking Ban Closes All Roads Guest Author ANDY STRANGEWAY picks up the tattered remnants of the disastrous Leeming Bar PSPO (PMSL). ~~~~~ Residents of Leeming Bar, business owners on Leeming Bar Industrial Estate, Pembroke Caravan site and Coneygarth Truck [...]

January 27, 2020 Hambleton District Council

Remaining In Vehicles Is NOT Anti-Social Behaviour

Remaining In Vehicles Is NOT Anti-Social Behaviour Guest Author ANDY STRANGEWAY bangs another nail in the coffin of the Leeming Bar PSPO. ~~~~~ Remaining in vehicles is not anti-social behaviour despite the fact that Hambleton District Council (HDC) have claimed it [...]

January 25, 2020 Hambleton District Council

Urgent Appeal re missing York woman

Urgent Appeal re missing York woman Officers are asking for information to help locate a 47-year-old woman from York. MICHELLE PALLISTER (pictured below) was last seen at around 1am today (Thursday 23 January 2019) at her home address in Queen [...]

January 24, 2020 Appeals

The Ripper’s Lorry Murders 8: Hammersmith & Leicester

The Ripper’s Lorry Murders 8: Hammersmith & Leicester by TIM HICKS & CHRIS CLARK ~~~~~ Until now, the conventional wisdom was that all of Sutcliffe’s attacks were launched from his car. Chris however was convinced that this was not so [...]

January 22, 2020 Police

MWTC CCTV – Inadequate Evidence Of Crime

Guest Author ANDY STRANGEWAY highlights the unlawful operation of Closed Circuit Television Cameras (CCTV) by Market Weighton Town Council. These legislative failures are common to many local authorities – not necessarily all of those within the Borough of Scarborough, but [...]

January 21, 2020 North Yorkshire Police, Scarborough Borough Council

Terms of Endearment?

Terms of Endearment? Harbours correspondent ALLAN ROBERTS brings some much-needed clarity to the lack of consultation over the management of Scarborough Harbour. ~~~~~ Scarborough Harbour Representation and its faults Having witnessed the Deputy Harbour Masters comment to the effect that [...]

January 19, 2020 Scarborough Borough Council

Queen’s Police Medal for Scarborough Detective

Queen’s Police Medal for Scarborough Detective by TIM HICKS ~~~~~ Introduction I read with disbelief the articles below concerning the award of the Queen’s Police Medal (QPM) to Detective Sergeant (DS) Angelina (Angie) Carey (Retired): Scarborough News article here Yorkshire [...]

January 17, 2020 North Yorkshire Police, Police

Bullspit!

Bullspit! Enquirer harbours correspondent ALLAN ROBERTS reports on Tuesday’s discussion of dredging in Cabinet. ~~~~~ As a person with an interest in the Council, and in particular Scarborough Harbour, I sat down to watch the webcast of the Cabinet meeting [...]

January 16, 2020 Scarborough Borough Council