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Local Issues and Matters / Re: who is telling who fibs?
« Last post by Johnny Bongo on July 16, 2018, 10: PM »
Talking of fibs.........

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=258819814895271&id=135369980573589

I mean if you are going to lie at least make it believable.  'On my way home from the gym' my ar*se.

I assume that the 'evidence' as to who fly tipped was a letter with the address of the accused!   Here's an interesting thing.  On Sunday morning, I went up to my allotment at the South end of Kingsley Avenue. These allotments are known as Stranton Allotments.  After parking the car and walking through the pedestrian / bike entry point, I noticed that someone had dumped 'more' rubbish on the right side, the bottom of G lane.  A man got out of his car, saw the mess and vented his fury, as it was his allotment that the rubbish was next to.  Upon talking to him and commenting that there was other stuff dumped yesterday, he stated that he had found an envelope with the address of the possible fly tippers and that he had reported this to HBC.  'Excellent'  I thought....they will be prosecuted...and so they should be!  He gave me the address, which I then decided to drive past.  Guess what....there was a skip in the driveway!  Can you perhaps see how the event happened?  I reckon that some 'skip rat' (for want of a better name...you know what I mean!) had taken several bags from the skip and immediately rode (as they usually have bikes) past the allotments, whereby they emptied the bags to see if there was anything worth selling (usually for drugs!).  They would not have sorted through the bags at the skip, as it was on a drive...and the residents may take offence at this, so it was 'sorted' at the nearest convenient spot.  So, SAB, please note that just because you have found an addressed letter, does not necessarily mean that the addressee is a fly tipper!  This 'skip ratting' happens regularly, even opposite my house a few weeks ago and I have no problem with people finding a 'use' for anything that would be otherwise sent to landfill.  However, when people deliberately leave a mess, be it bags of skip rat rubbish, dog s%&t, commercial waste (ie, plasterboard), then they deserve to be prosecuted and (if found guilty) given the maximum possible sentence.         
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: who is telling who fibs?
« Last post by mk1 on July 16, 2018, 08: PM »
Talking of fibs.........

https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=258819814895271&id=135369980573589

I mean if you are going to lie at least make it believable.  'On my way home from the gym' my ar*se.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: HBC'S Latest Edition of Pravda
« Last post by Lucy Lass-Tick on July 16, 2018, 05: PM »
Wish I'd got one - could do with something to line the cat's litter tray.
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Local Issues and Matters / HBC'S Latest Edition of Pravda
« Last post by fred c on July 16, 2018, 05: PM »
Hartbeat has dropped through letter box with usual, faint odour of bulls**t, true to form on opening it the odour was indeed bulls**t.....

A double page spread on Brenda Harrisons role as the Chair of Chidrens Services, truth be told she is likely to prove a more than capable Chair of that committee, it's good to see a councillor who is qualified in dealing with children being recognised for her skillset.

There's also a double page spread of the Boy in a Mans Body, who as we know gets around the ward regular, posing with a couple of lads laying paving and others collecting rubbish, it's plain to see he is eminently qualified in that respect, he also advises we should all work together to care for 'Our Patch'.

There's also a full page showing the towns transformation, with photo ops by Cranney, The Leader and The Boy in a Mans Body at Seaton Carews new Play Area.

The Leader, Cranney and the Sculptor at The Boy on A Bike.

The 3 photo op again featured The Leader and Cranney.......

As for the Independent Councillors contribution to the Towns Transformation, apart from the list of ward surgery's they are conspicuous by their absence, it really is embarrassing to realise how far up the LabMob's ar** the current administration is, public money being spent on Labour Party Propaganda.....

Only in Hartlepool and only on the LabMob
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Sustainable Transport.
« Last post by Bluenose on July 16, 2018, 02: PM »
Have recently written to our esteemed MP to see what he is proposing to do about towns  poor transport links . Maybe a good question to ask  as follow up  " where has the money gone"
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Caption Competition
« Last post by fred c on July 16, 2018, 01: PM »
Gnashers amazed they have actually started the Tunnel over to the Haedland
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Sustainable Transport.
« Last post by pieface on July 16, 2018, 11: AM »
What exactly is it?
Tees Valley have apparently given the council £1.6 million from the sustainable transport fund. What have they spent it on?
Then there's approximately quarter of a million from a Government Access fund to promote yet more 'sustainable transport'.
OK I give up what was it spent on ?
In a town where bus services virtually disappear after tea time, is apparently one place it isn't being spent!


I think they spent it on a tin of white paint used to half the size of cycle paths widths so cars can park on them as everyone needs cars to travel around hartlepool with the poor transport services on offer. Other "new" cycle paths are in an unfinished state and end dangerously.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: who is telling who fibs?
« Last post by isolde on July 16, 2018, 10: AM »
quote..''The newspaper says officials did so as Labour HQ disapproved of some of Corbynís left-wing messages.''

Read more at: https://inews.co.uk/news/labour-staff-deceived-corbyn-facebook/


this is exactly what his suporters  should be allowed to see.
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Hurworth Burning
« Last post by isolde on July 16, 2018, 10: AM »
it must be, with a water tanker, that means its very near the the reservoir?
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Local Issues and Matters / Re: Church St opens.
« Last post by isolde on July 16, 2018, 10: AM »
I am told by a business on church st that the navy have put alot of money into it?
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