Saturday 26th May 2018,
North Yorks Enquirer

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BREAKING: Massive ERYC Breach of Kids’ Data on Eve of GDPR

BREAKING: Massive ERYC Breach of Kids’ Data on Eve of GDPR By kind consent of East Riding of Yorkshire Councillor Andy STRANGEWAY [Ind.], the Enquirer shares with readers news of a massive breach of the new General Data Protection Regulation [...]

May 24, 2018 East Riding of Yorkshire Council

A Coast to Boast About? Oh, Really?

A Coast to Boast About? Oh, Really? by Guest Author BOB ROBERTS ~~~~~ May 1st saw the start of the annual beach ban of dogs on the bathing beaches across the Borough of Scarborough. The Environment Agency (EA), having commissioned [...]

May 16, 2018 Scarborough Borough Council

HUGO FEARNLEY – Press Release

The office of HUGO FEARNLEY, Scarborough & Whitby Prospective Parliamentary Candidate for the Labour Party at the next general election, has issued the following Press Release in response to the sitting Conservative MP Robert GOODWILL‘s scathing attack on the instigators [...]

May 1, 2018 Misc

Fearnley to fight Scarborough & Whitby for Labour

Fearnley to fight Scarbough & Whitby for Labour PRESS RELEASE Two hundred local Labour Party members met in Scarborough on 7th April to select a candidate for election to Parliament. Hugo Fearnley, 36, a local man who runs a business [...]

April 14, 2018 Misc

Bridlington Golf Club – Who is Lying?

Bridlington Golf Club – Who is Lying? by Guest Author, East Riding of Yorkshire campaigner, Andy STRANGEWAY, who is an Independent Councillor at East Riding of Yorkshire Council. This new exclusive information adds to the in-depth coverage of the proposed [...]

April 7, 2018 East Riding of Yorkshire Council

To Market, to Market, to Buy a Fat Pig

To Market, to Market, to Buy a Fat Pig Guest Author ALLAN ROBERTS of Scarborough has been following a member of the public’s efforts to unravel the mystery of the Scarborough Public Market website, with its 21st-century “Click & Collect” [...]

April 5, 2018 Scarborough Borough Council

SBC – Electoral Ward Boundary Revisions

SBC – Electoral Ward Boundary Revisions Scarborough Borough Council has announced the outcome, following public consultation, of the review of ward boundaries throughout the Borough. This will result in a Council of only 46 elected members. The present Council comprises [...]

April 4, 2018 Scarborough Borough Council

SBC Leader Embraces Madness

SBC Leader Embraces Madness The Enquirer is grateful to the Councillors who kindly drew attention to the following ‘Notebook: Lifestyle’ column in The Guardian (3rd February 2018, and Sunday’s Observer), by Helen PIDD, which we are happy to reproduce for [...]

February 5, 2018 Scarborough Borough Council

Farmer Bob’s Extracontextual ‘Fess-Up

Farmer Bob’s Extracontextual ‘Fess-Up Insignificantly, Scarborough & Whitby Conservative MP Robert Goodwill has been passed over in the Prime Minister’s latest Cabinet re-shuffle. In an uncharacteristic gesture of candour, Mr Goodwill has shared his personal post-sacking ruminations with readers of [...]

January 20, 2018 Misc

The Whitby Secondary School Saga

The Whitby Secondary School Saga The Enquirer’s education and governance contributor MIKE WARD comments on the crossroads reached in Whitby education with the departure of the town’s two secondary school Headteachers – Keith PRYTHERCH and Sue WHELAN – concurrent with [...]

January 17, 2018 North Yorkshire County Council