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Archive – October, 2018

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More than 400 suspected stolen animals located – Rural Taskforce investigation underway

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More than 400 animals – including dogs, sheep, goats, rabbits, turkeys, ducks and chickens – have been seized as part of the investigation, and are being looked after in secure locations. Officers from North Yorkshire Police’s Rural Taskforce located a man in suspicious circumstances on land in the Thirsk area at about 4pm on Friday […]

Man seriously injured in B1363 collision near York

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The collision occurred at about 7.30am and involved a Jaguar, which was travelling south, and a VW Polo. The male driver of the Jaguar suffered serious injuries, and was taken to hospital by air ambulance. Officers are appealing for anyone who saw the collision, or either of the vehicles involved prior to it, to get […]

Large public sector procurement bodies join forces to support suppliers

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YPO launched its ‘Meet the Buyer’ days in May 2018, inviting suppliers from across the UK to meet with YPO category buyers to discuss contract opportunities and share ideas for innovative procurement. Since its launch, YPO has meet with over 100 different organisations that supply products and services in energy, ICT, food, HR, fleet, marketing, […]

Advice issued to residents of Clifton Moor, Haxby, Wigginton and Strensall following fire at B&M store

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Emergency services are in attendance and the A1237 has been closed between the Wigginton roundabout and Tesco. Due to thick smoke, visibility is limited and driving conditions are hazardous. Motorists are advised to avoid the area. Advice has been issued to residents in the Clifton Moor, Haxby, Wigginton and Strensall areas to stay indoors and […]