Your Say

Your Say

MAYOR: Fear role is toothless

I have read with interest the statements by all of the prospective North of Tyne Mayoral candidates and what they will achieve and do if elected.

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PLASTIC: Grass trend is madness

PLASTIC: Grass trend is madness

I wonder if the volunteers who filled more than 40 bin bags of plastic rubbish from Tynemouth Longsands (News Guardian, April 11) have been to Morrison’s in Hillheads Road recently?

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COUNCIL: Listen to the alternatives

COUNCIL: Listen to the alternatives

North Tyneside Council is a listening council and it has delivered on a lot of projects, which have been driven by residents, community groups and, of course, the Whitley Bay Spanish City/Dome regeneration.

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WATER: Put it into public hands

WATER: Put it into public hands

In response to the letter about how expensive water bills have become (News Guardian, March 28), many of us believe the answer is to take the water companies back into public ownership, rather than giving shareholders the profit made from our bills.

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FUEL: Wood is sustainable

FUEL: Wood is sustainable

In response to the letter from Mike Coates (News Guardian, March 7), I too have read about the dangers of wood burners that have ridiculously been described as a ‘craze’ and dangerous.

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FESTIVAL: Delighted by the response

FESTIVAL: Delighted by the response

We would like to say a huge thank you to all of the schools, teachers, parents and youngsters who have come on board with the Whitley Bay Poetry Festival and worked really hard to share their ideas.

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FACTORY: A blot on the landscape

FACTORY: A blot on the landscape

A recent article requested former employees of the Fish Quay’s Tyne Brand factory to contact the heritage centre with any ‘relics’ they may have on what had been a historic industry, once a significant employer (News Guardian, February 21).

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BRIDGE: Conserve the history

BRIDGE: Conserve the history

A recent article told us that the Lower Borough Road footbridge, suggested by a member of the public as very suitable for Listed status, had not gone forward for such listing (News Guardian, February 14).

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