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Should drivers give way to cyclists when turning left?

Fresh calls have been made for changes to the Highway Code which could improve the safety for cyclists at road junctions.

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Warning over speeding ticket email scam

Warning over speeding ticket email scam

Action Fraud have received thousands of reports about the emails, which have been sent by cyber criminals to victims .

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Councillor Stephen Parnaby OBE, leader of the council, and Maria Kamper, manager of The Promenades Shopping Centre, at Langdale Wharf Car Park in Bridlington.

Free parking in town in the run up to Christmas

Free Christmas parking returns to Bridlington and the rest of the East Riding from this weekend.

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Jean Bishop with Cllrs Thelma and Malcolm Milns

Creating a buzz at new post office

The ‘Bee Lady of Hull’ was the special guest as Bridlington’s revamped post office was officially opened.

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Chris Wright with Cllr Stephen Parnaby

Marina another step closer

Plans for a marina in Bridlington have overcome another hurdle.

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Cyber Monday adds £1bn to shops’ four-day sales boost

Cyber Monday adds £1bn to shops’ four-day sales boost

An estimated £1.1bn was spent yesterday as 15 million people rushed to get their hands on a “Cyber Monday” bargain.

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GB Energy Supply customers face higher bills this winter

GB Energy Supply customers face higher bills this winter

After going bust over the weekend, 160,000 GB Energy Supply customers face being hit with higher bills this winter.

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Shops ‘could be a thing of the past by 2050’

Shops ‘could be a thing of the past by 2050’

High Street retailers could be consigned to history by 2050 as virtual reality takes over the way we shop, experts predict.

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Shoppers grab their 'bargains' early on Black Friday.

The grim reality of working in a shop on Black Friday

Retail life can be exhausting. Shifts aren’t your friend – they hate you and your social life. And customers probably don’t like you very much, either.

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Cllr David Robson, for South Ward, says the council have at least considered moving the coach park to South Cliff Gardens near the harbour.

Is Bridlington coach park set for move to seafront?

A councillor has expressed concern over the future of South Cliff Gardens which he believes are prime for development.

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Building work at the site of the new Aldi Store on ST Johns Street Bridlington.
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All quiet from Aldi on their new store

Workmen and machinery are on site - but Aldi is remaining tight-lipped on when its new Bridlington store will be ready.

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The Bridlington team at Rockcity in Hull

An adventure of a lifetime

A group of job seekers are setting sail on adventure they hope will lead to a bright future.

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1,100 jobs at risk as another high street staple set to disappear

1,100 jobs at risk as another high street staple set to disappear

Another major retailer is to disappear from UK high streets, as struggling office stationery brand Staples has been offloaded by its American owner.

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Johnston Press bolsters hyper-local social offering with funding from Google-supported initiative

Johnston Press today announces that it has won a six-figure grant from the Digital News Initiative Innovation Fund (DNI Innovation Fund), which is supported by Google, to drive forward development of a mobile platform that provides location-specific, trending content while combining the authority and reach of established news publishers.

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Marton Road post office, with contractors getting work completed ahead of this week's reopening.

Post office set to reopen

A bigger, better post office with longer opening hours and more services reopens in Bridlington tomorrow.

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Bridlington's Marks & Spencer store could be one at risk of closures, according to the Local Data Company. Picture, Google Maps.

Bridlington Marks & Spencer store at risk, say analysts

Bridlington's Marks & Spencer store could be one of dozens across the country that are at risk of closure.

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Coun Jane Evison at Bridlington's new tourist information centre

Duo in the running for White Rose joy

Bridlington’s new tourist information centre is on a shortlist of six at the White Rose Awards.

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Brexit makes small businesses even more crucial to our economy

Brexit makes small businesses even more crucial to our economy

Marmite-gate might be over, but it has highlighted the increased responsibility being placed on the shoulders of small business owners in the UK.

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Will Bridlington get more parking wardens?

More parking wardens on the way to Brid?

Drivers, beware – there could be more parking wardens being brought into Bridlington next summer.

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The former Burger King site in Esplanade - the adjacent fish and chip shop is unaffected by the plans

Burger King site can become arcade

Bridlington’s former Burger King restaurant can be converted into another seafront amusement arcade - because councillors felt it was better than seeing the site stand empty.

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