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Police are warning the public to be vigilant after a trailer was stolen from a farm in Hirst Courtney.
A leading Northern Rail boss has reacted angrily to plans for its the National union of Rail Maritime and Transport Northern employees to strike.
A campaign group has been launched to fight plans for a controversial £200 million ‘incinerator’ which residents fear will spew out toxic emissions.
Goole MP Andrew Percy has issued a referendum pledge, guaranteeing that if re-elected as part of a majority Conservative Government at the next election, he will resign the Conservative whip if the party’s promise of a referendum is not met.
Police have issued a warning following a burglary in Snaith over the weekend.
Crews are still in attendance after a fire at an industrial unit in Sherburn-in-Elmet started on Sunday evening.
Free handball sessions for pupils proved so popular that afterschool training has been introduced.
Belles’ u10s and u12s clinched their league titles in style with 18 wins out of 18 and a cup each.
Hemingbrough United held their annual presentation night at Drax Sports & Social Club with a host of special awards given out.
Cyclists saddled up for Doncaster Wheelers’ presentation evening.
Manager John Buckley could not fault his Doncaster Rovers Belles players despite a 3-1 Continental Cup defeat to Everton last night.
Clay shooters travelled from all over the UK recently to the district for a championship event.
Saturday night proved alright for music lovers as glamourous girl band The Saturdays made it a weekend for music lovers to remember at Doncaster Racecourse.
Visitors to a wildlife haven are set to be enchanted by a special addition.
Boy band sensations One Direction - featuring Doncaster’s Louis Tomlinson have announced a huge 2014 world tour.
York’s museums will celebrate the city’s rich history starting this weekend to mark International Museum Day (May 18)
JUST when it seemed that BMW owned Mini UK had run out of ideas for further developing their impressive range the company has just come up with the seventh family member the all new Mini Paceman which is a coupe interpretation of the Countryman and which has entered a new premium sales sector for Mini writes Bryan Longworth.
Goole’s hottest new entertainment venue is getting ready for a busy weekend when live music makes its way to The Venue.
Raising £801 for Alopecia UK were mother and son team Sally and Tom Halliday of High Street in Hook.
Goole woman Lucy Brunyee, has raised over £1,300 for Cancer Research UK, after having her head shaved.
Selby District Council has given the go ahead to erect a single storey extension at Queen’s Margaret School in Escrick.
This week’s Thought comes from David Ward
Residents congregated at Hambleton Chapel to raise funds for charity with a coffee morning.
Cliffe Village Institute hosts its annual plant stall at 10am on Monday May 27 at the institute. There will be a large selection of plants on sale and refreshments, including cream teas, will be available. Donations of plants will be most welcome and can be brought along to the institute at 7.30pm on Sunday 26th May or after 9am on the day of the sale. The money raised from the sale will go towards the planned upgrade of the institute toilet facilities so please come along and support us if you can.
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Weather for Goole
Tuesday 21 May 2013
Temperature: 8 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 13 mph
Wind direction: North
Temperature: 4 C to 14 C
Wind Speed: 21 mph
Wind direction: North west