Multifuel Energy Limited (MEL) is holding several public exhibitions in early July to give local residents an opportunity to view early stage plans on proposals for a second multifuel power station at the Ferrybridge ‘C’ Power Station site.
There was plenty of fun to be had at this years Selby family fun day, and this exclusive Selby Times slideshow shows why.
This exclusive Selby Times video illustrates why this years Selby family fun day has been called the best yet.
North Yorkshire Police is appealing for witnesses and information after a number of vehicles were broken into and stolen in the Selby district during the early hours of Monday June 17.
Selby police are appealing for witnesses and information about the theft of charity bags from Hemingbrough.
Plans have been submitted to Selby District Council for the erection of some horse stables on Redhouse Lane, Drax.
A developer has applied for outline planning permission to build a new housing estate in Barlby.
Selby District Council has adopted a strategy to bring empty homes back into use.
The independent Local Government Boundary Commission for England is asking people across Selby district to comment on its draft proposals for new council ward boundaries.
Nigel Adams MP is urging Selby District residents to help the Conservatives in their bid to secure the first EU referendum in 40 years.
Drax Group Chief Executive, Dorothy Thompson, has been appointed a Commander of the Order of the British Empire in the Queen’s Birthday 2013 Honours List for Services to the UK Electricity Industry.
Thieves stole a car from Steincroft Road in South Milford last Friday (June 14) between 11-11.30pm.1 comment
Fire crews were called out to an incident in Gordon Street, Goole at 12.33pm last Friday (June 14).
Two sleeping males were rescued from a house fire in Selby on Saturday afternoon.
Thieves spent two hours stripping equipment from a pick-up which had been left at a garage overnight.
There was something remarkably fishy going on at a Selby takeaway and restaurant last week.
A ray of hope has been given to Selby communities blighted by onshore wind farm applications as the Government announces changes to its planning policy.3 comments
A graduate who was piecing his life back together after some tough times died of a tragic accidental drug overdose, an inquest heard.
She’s got bigger brains than Albert Einstein, a more impressive intelligence than Stephen Hawking - and she’s only 15 years old.
East Riding councillors, cyclists and other interested parties have been checking out a potential new route for a cycle path between Snaith and Goole.
A business guru was invited to a meeting with the Prime Minister to discuss how the Government can help British exporters.
A woman accused of stealing Ariel clothes washing gel worth £2.99 from B and M Bargains at the Three Lakes Retail Park will go on trial at York Magistrates’ Court on October 9.
The NHS is urging people in Selby who have never given blood before to donate blood as part of National Blood Week.
A Selby district councillor has kicked off a campaign opposing plans for an incinerator to be built on the Kellingley pit site.
Selby’s Andrea Lake, an Access student at Doncaster College, just keeps winning competitions.
A drink-driver who took a car and drove it without a licence or insurance in April is being sent to York Crown Court to be sentenced.
“If you lose the community spirit, you lose the heart of your village.”
A Selby care home will open its doors to the public as part of a national event which aims to show people the thriving community spirit present in many of Britain’s care homes.
Selby Library is shouting about the services it offers to visually impaired people as part of a county-wide initiative.
A Selby Times reader of 53 years has sung the praises of the paper’s subscription scheme.
A Selby man has admitted to an £18,000 benefits fraud which saw him claim benefits despite owning his own home.
Selby police are urging the public to come forward following a large fight in the town in the early hours of this morning (Friday June 14).
Drink and drug drivers have been warned that North Yorkshire Police will be out looking for them this weekend as their summer crackdown continues.
Police are warning people in the Selby area to be on their guard against doorstep callers after an 18-year-old man was arrested on Thursday (June 13).
Budding Selby soldiers are invited to attend an Army recruitment event in the town next week.
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North Yorkshire Police is appealing for the public’s help to trace a Selby man who is wanted in connection with an assault.
Firefighters were called to an incident in Hook Pasture Lane, Old Goole, at 8.33pm on Wednesday June 12.
Police and firefighters were called out to a road traffic collision which happened on Rawcliffe Road at Airmyn at 2.34pm yesterday (Thursday June 13).
A New Lane resident has been slammed with a fine for parking outside her own home.
A woman who has been encouraging wildlife into her four acre garden for over 35 years is holding a Wildlife Day on Saturday June 15 at Stillingfleet, just outside Selby.2 comments
The body of a woman which was discovered in a field at Monk Fryston has been formally identified as that of 51-year-old Brenda Geraldine Field of South Milford.
North Yorkshire Police are appealing for the occupants of a light-coloured Vauxhall Zafira who stopped and spoke to a 14-year-old girl in the village of Escrick, to contact them.
Little soldiers from Fieldside Day Nursery in Great Heck got rough and ready at a cadet-style boot camp.
Selby police are appealing for the victim of a theft of lead to come forward after the recovery of a quantity of lead was recovered.
Firefighters were called out to deal with a horse trapped in a muddy ditch.
North Yorkshire Police’s new Chief Constable Dave Jones is hosting a webchat between 5pm and 6.30pm this coming Monday (June 17).
A Sherburn woman who was jailed for aborting her baby a week before it was due has had her sentence reduced.
North Yorkshire Police’s mobile safety cameras for week commencing, Wednesday June 12, are listed below.
Two medical lab assistants will walk 22 miles from Goole Hospital to Scunthorpe Hospital on Saturday.
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Weather for Goole
Wednesday 19 June 2013
Temperature: 11 C to 23 C
Wind Speed: 12 mph
Wind direction: West
Temperature: 11 C to 16 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: East