19 April 2024

Funding woes

The issue of event organisers struggling to find enough funding has been in the news a fair bit of late. Just over a week ago, ...
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A new era

Well, the cat’s out of the bag now! Zoe and I own this paper. Blimey. It’s a challenge that’s daunting and exciting in equal measure, ...
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A fast-moving situation…

A week is a long time in nuclear waste shenanigans, isn’t it? Ever since this whole thing exploded into our regional consciousness, it’s been playing ...
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Be informed

Last Wednesday, as we were going to press with the January 25 edition, our reporter Rebecca was heading to Hessle to attend the press briefing ...
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Sigh… January

It’s the eleventy-third of January and it feels like there’s no end in sight to this month… January really does have that unique quality as ...
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Work in progress

The Gazette team enjoyed dragging the gazebo out for one last time this year at the Withernsea Christmas lights event. Boy, it was cold – ...
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The impact of local sport

If you’ve been down the far end of Queen Street in the past week, you’ll notice we have our new signage up. I’d like to ...
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Frightening news

Well, this is it – the last editorial I’ll be writing from number 1, Seaside Road. Next week we’ll be producing the paper from 2, ...
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Moving times

I said I wasn’t here this week, and I’m not… but by the magic of modern technology I’m still able to write and send this ...
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Devoid of values

We don’t usually have really negative stories on the front page. As a community newspaper we try to highlight the good things that local people ...
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