A SLIGHTLY brief briefing, featuring more jewellery arrests, an imaginary man named Terry and Harrogate’s imminent appearance on the BBC. And boy, do we mean imminent!
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Two more jewellery raid arrests: Details
Harrogate schoolkids sing live on BBC in about an hour or so: Tra la la!
It was all Terry’s fault, says drink driver: But police never found Terry
People are punching each other too often, says magistrate: Stop it.
A library in a pub! Two Carlsbergs and a Dostoyevsky please.
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Chill out, says Town boss to troops facing relegation battle: Just enjoy yourselves, lads.
Love clarinets? Here’s a review (though the pixellation gremlins have been gnawing the picture again): Julian Bliss review
Gig Scene - our local music supremo and longest serving writer Graham Chalmers rounds up all the audio news that matters: Right here.
TWEETS OF THE DAY...
Who on Earth would ever be in Harrogate, wonders Jessie in our round up of Harrogate’s tweets of the day. Though we compiled it at around 11am, so if you’ve tweeted anything interesting since then, we’re very sorry.
This is the bit where we round up other Harrogate happenings on the web. But hardly anybody’s in today, so we didn’t manage it. Nor did we remake our logo. Ah well - hometime!
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