25th February 2018
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School closure threat, library move and scrapped cars …

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Front Page (6)• Education cuts are back on agenda as the council looks to save almost a million pounds.

• Council staff are accused of working on football matters that should be done voluntarily.

• There is uncertainty over the future of 60 North Recycling, posing problems for car scrappage.

• Plans for an Italian restaurant have been frowned upon by planners.

• Enviroglass man reflects on 20 years on the trade.

• Tanker charges will rise by 83 per cent.

• The business of using lumpsuckers to clean sea lice off farmed salmon is being examined.

• Read our Music Matters feature, compiled for the first time by Jamie Hatch.

• A new book on otters has been released.

• Read our extensive sports coverage, including the sports award results.

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