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Two Labradors rescued from a car during the heatwave have made a full recovery.

Pair of rescued Labradors deserve loving home

After having read the Free Press (1 November) regarding the appalling and cruel treatment of those two female Labradors Penny and Zoe, no one should be allowed to keep dogs, cats, rabbits or any animal for that matter if they’re cruel to them.
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Last year's scooter rally weekend.

Scooters landed with parking tickets at rally

Over the past several years, it’s been a delight to see the well-behaved scooter fraternity visit Bridlington for the weekend jamboree in late October. It has brought in good business for the tourism sector. Everyone has nothing but good comments to make about this brilliant band of visitors to our town.
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Bus timetables need to be clearer.

Bus timetable fails to highlight school service

I’ve had two appointments at Bridlington Hospital. The first at 3.30pm, and as anyone would, I checked the times. The bus leaving at 3.05pm was ideal, but no bus turned up, which I was told it wouldn’t as the bus picks school children up instead.

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Councillor's recent trip to Brussels provides European Parliament insight.

Brussels trip provides European Parliament insight

Bridlington councillor David Robson visited the European Parliament building in Brussels last week. The UKIP councillor, who represents the Bridlington South ward on East Riding of Yorkshire Council, sent these observations about his trip.

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Is the 'pain' of the Hilderthorpe construction works worth the 'gain'?

Weighing up the full cost of regeneration scheme

There was a quote attributed to our local county councillor a few months ago that prompts me to write. He said that the Hilderthorpe construction work, and all the problems it caused, represented “pain” that would be worth the “gain”.

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Brid could benefit from a new pier

Brid could benefit from a new pier

Well, Withernsea is definitely getting one, Hornsea is thinking about one, and Bridlington? Zilch! I am of course referring to the new seaside icon, the pier.
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Thefts at Flamborough Allotments are a frequent problem.

Allotment thefts are 'cruel' and 'selfish'

Yet again, on 3-4 August, several sheds on the allotments at Flamborough were broken into and machines and other items stolen. This happens with monotonous regularity at about this time of year.
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