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  1. RESIDENTS in Otley have slammed an "idiotic" new one-way system for causing traffic chaos.Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Wharfedale Observer

    Complaints have been flooding in ever since the scheme, for Charles Street, Nelson Street and Walkergate, went live last weekend. Intended to improve traffic flow in the town, the change has so far had the opposite effect, causing tailbacks and, at times, gridlock.

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  2. Nick Rawsthorne of Huddersfield Rugby Union ClubRead the original story w/Photo

    5 hrs ago | IcChuddersfield

    Winger Nick Rawsthorne is set for a debut on Saturday as Huddersfield RU go hunting a fourth National II North victory in five matches at Otley. Signed last week from Yorkshire Carnegie, the 18-year-old will step in at Cross Green providing he comes through a late test on a hamstring injury suffered while playing for the Falcons.

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  3. Gardner set to make Salem comebackRead the original story w/Photo

    14 hrs ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    A YEAR after damaging his knee in the act of scoring a try at home to Moortown, Bradford Salem's director of rugby Sam Gardner is set to return to action tomorrow. Gardner, who had to undergo a complete knee reconstruction, is among those vying for a place on the bench at Sheffield Medicals in SSE Yorkshire Division Two.

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  4. Pupils from Leeds learn to save lives in a heartbeatRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Pupils in Leeds were among thousands who took part in the UK's biggest ever life-saving skills training event. Youngsters at around 50 schools learned CPR as part of Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust's project to teach the vital skills to around 11,800 children, on European Restart a Heart Day.

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  5. Patients left upset by changes to main hospital bus serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wharfedale Observer

    Since the end of August the 965 First service has stopped taking passengers up to the Otley facility between 10am and 4pm on weekdays. A meeting with passengers this week heard that some people with mobility problems were being forced to either pay for a taxi, endure a painful walk, or miss their appointment altogether as a result.

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  6. 'End of an era' for historic Otley landmarkRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wharfedale Observer

    The fate of the Leeds Road tannery and its iconic tall chimney has been sealed since planners decided, in 2011, that it should make way for housing. The property, whose rich 125-year history saw it begin life as Albion Works and manufacture the famous Wharfedale printing machines, was finally knocked down this week.

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  7. Residents can have their say on fundsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wharfedale Observer

    COUNCIL house tenants in Otley and Yeadon are being urged to take advantage of a new fund for improving local estates. Leeds City Council has set aside A 3 million to be used on making environmental improvements - covering everything from recycling facilities to parking - on council estates.

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  8. Riverside wall set for repairRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | Wharfedale Observer

    Councillor Colin Campbell has welcomed news that work on repairing a retaining wall by the River Wharfe, Otley, has finally begun Concerns have been raised for some time about the retaining wall in front of the formal part of Wharfe Meadows Park, beside Otley Bridge, due to its base being eroded by the River Wharfe. Leeds City Council sent a crew out this week to begin the task of securing the structure's base and repointing it, and will repair the riverside steps at the same time.

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  9. 14 bars and pubs in Cardiff where you're guaranteed a great pintRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 21 | IcNetwork

    Fancy a pint of decent beer? Craft beer even? Want to avoid the chains ? Here are 15 of the bars in the capital where you can enjoy a seriously good beer Some are new craft beer specialists, serving hoppy, fruity, flavour-filled beer that's a million miles away from watery lager. And then there are the classics, the stalwarts of the Cardiff pub scene where you can still bank on getting a good pint.

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  10. Leeds singer visits schools in RwandaRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Oct 20 | Yorkshire Evening Post

    The singer from Otley will visit the Asante Ministries charity, which she has helped support through various fundraising concerts. The charity aims to help build schools and supply teachers with the equipment they need.

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  11. Two Leeds fire stations saved from axeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Rawdon and Otley fire stations were both earmarked for the axe three years ago under proposals to relocate services to Menston. But West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Authority have halted the move following "significant difficulties" trying to find a site for the new station.

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  12. Fire stations in Otley and Rawdon saved as plans to relocate to Menston are abandonedRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    The two stations were to have closed under plans to relocate to Menston - but West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service was forced to think again after it struggled to find a suitable site. The fire service said it had revised its plans because of difficulties in finding a suitable site for a new station in Menston.

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  13. Silsden Fire Station searching for for new 'on-call' recruitsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Keighleynews.co.uk

    Crew Commander Pete Hanson, left, and Firefighter Andy Burden at Silsden Fire Station, which is looking for new on-call recruits Crew Commander Pete Hanson, left, and Firefighter Andy Burden at Silsden Fire Station, which is looking for new on-call recruits Crew Commander Pete Hanson, left, and Firefighter Andy Burden at Silsden Fire Station, which is looking for new on-call recruits Crew Commander Pete Hanson, left, and Firefighter Andy Burden at Silsden Fire Station, which is looking for new on-call recruits West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service issued its appeal for additional retained fire fighters, now known as "on-call fire fighters" last Thursday.

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  14. Neil Mitchell believes Stourbridge RFC's forward power is key against OtleyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | IcLichfield

    Stourbridge RFC's forward power holds the key to their game against Otley, according to director of rugby Neil Mitchell. Stourbridge's forward power holds the key to tomorrow's clash with visitors Otley, according to director of rugby Neil Mitchell.

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  15. Level trade at Skipton gimmer lamb highlightRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Cravenherald.co.uk

    EWE lambs - all 5,320 of them - were in the spotlight for their annual show and sale day at Skipton Auction Mart. Standalone shows for Masham, Dales Mule and Swaledale ran alongside the third seasonal fixture for North of England Mule gimmer lambs.

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  16. IMAGES: Farmers markets are in rude healthRead the original story

    Wednesday Oct 15 | Harrogate Advertiser

    It's easy to presume that farmers markets have been around forever, yet this new breed only began to appear on our streets and in town market places 17 years ago. Bath Farmers Market is widely credited with being the first but such claims are generally challenged and it would be no surprise if there had been a farmers market that had already been up and running for hundreds of years.

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  17. Fearless fundraiser Ryk is feeling top of the worldRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Oct 14 | Yorkshire Evening Post

    WHEN it comes to gruelling charity missions, Ryk Downes can rightly lay claim to being the granddaddy of them all! The fearless fundraiser and Leeds city councillor has just completed the last of four exhausting challenges - including climbing Mount Kilimanjaro in five days and completing Sunday's Yorkshire marathon - all for his little grandson Cory.

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  18. Otley want to make happy hour go with a swingRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    There will be junior rugby from 12.30pm and a two-course lunch in the clubhouse before the main attraction starts at 3pm. In addition, there will be a live band, an outside bar, barbecue, bouncy castle, Army display and competitions, while after the game there is a happy hour from 5pm prior to the Super League Grand Final being shown on the big screen.

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  19. Fire service is searching for staffRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    WEST Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service is searching for on-call firefighters to serve communities across the Bradford district. New recruits are needed on a standby basis to provide daytime cover across Silsden , Ilkley and Otley , with recruitment also taking place in Mytholmroyd, Mirfield, Slaithwaite, and Featherstone.

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  20. James White is unavailable for Otley tomorrow as he is getting marriedRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 9 | Thetelegraphand Argus

    There will be junior rugby from 12.30pm and a two-course lunch in the clubhouse before the main attraction starts at 3pm. In addition, there will be a live band, an outside bar, barbecue, bouncy castle, Army display and competitions, while after the game there is a happy hour from 5pm prior to the Super League Grand Final being shown on the big screen.

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