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Poetry: Not Again

Not Again. I daren’t switch the radio on

for fear of hearing about another one. Continue reading

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The Money At The Guildhall

Previously seen inside the House of Commons, awarded four and five stars from critics, The Money by Kaleider, came to Hull last night for Heads Up Festival, to play out inside our own corridors of power at the Guildhall.  

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Fighting for Future of Newland Avenue Primary School

A group of local residents have been left feeling upset and disappointed, after the council did not consult them over the sale of Newland Avenue Primary School.   The group, calling themselves Newland Avenue Community Action Group, firmly believe that Newland Avenue does not need any more shops or accommodation, but instead, needs vital space for community activities. Continue reading

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Northern Trawl – Have you ever debated the correct term for a bread bun?

Seeing poet Kate Fox was doing research for a northern/poetry/comedy show and a ‘How Northern are You? quiz, I read through the list of questions she was trying out for size. It included things like: ‘Have you ever debated the correct term for a bread bun?‘ A highly contentious opener and ‘Do you feel compelled to insert the exact Northern town of a Northern celebrity, after any mention of them?‘ e.g.”Michael Parkinson” ‘He’s from Barnsley you know,’ Continue reading

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Vote Green Vote Michelle Dee For Marfleet

Good Friday good, for many reasons: namely my nomination to be a Green Party candidate in the election Thursday 7 May 2015. I will be standing as a paper candidate in the Marfleet Ward of Hull. I will be conducting an online campaign and actively raising the awareness and understanding of Green policies. Continue reading

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