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Helping Hand To Motorists Ahead Of Vehicle Excess Duty Chganges

Helping Hand To Motorists Ahead Of Vehicle Excess Duty Changes

Government changes to the Vehicle Excess Duty (VED) will see a radical overhaul of how cars are taxed as of 1st April meaning the cost of ownership could increase. Local Vauxhall retailer, Evans Halshaw, is highlighting how these changes will impact on motorists.

The updated road tax measures will affect buyers of new cars as the revision of the vehicle tax bands could see motorists pay more for VED from April 2017. With that in mind, Evans Halshaw is recommending that motorists in the market for a new car consider buying it before the changes come into force.

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Urgent Care Plans Approved By East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group

Urgent Care Plans Approved By East Riding of Yorkshire Clinical Commissioning Group

The future of urgent care services in the East Riding of Yorkshire have today been confirmed, with three urgent care centres open 365 days per year set to be introduced in Beverley, Bridlington and Goole, replacing the current minor injury units across the region.

The decision was also made to create an integrated community and intensive rehabilitation centre in Beverley, which will be supported by Time to Think beds, meaning current community hospital beds in Bridlington and Withernsea will close. A number of Time to Think beds will be located in Holderness and Bridlington.

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HU17.net Magazine Issue 339

HU17.net Magazine Issue 339

HU17.net Magazine Issue 339 is out and features a selection of content from the HU17.net Web Site. The magazine can be purchased by emailing sales@hu17.net

This issue features local news, sport and has an extensive collection of photos from Aladdin, the production put on by Beverley Minster Primary School.

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Commissioner Keith Hunter Publishes His Strategy For Local Policing

Commissioner Keith Hunter Publishes His Strategy For Local Policing

Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter has published his first Police and Crime Plan, setting out his strategic aims for the community safety landscape in the Humberside Force area for the next four years.

With 35 years experience Mr. Hunter says that he will be drawing on all his knowledge and experience to deliver the best service possible when it comes to policing.

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MPs Condemn Decision To Close MIU And Call For Referral To Secretary Of State For Health

MPs Condemn Decision To Close MIU And Call For Referral To Secretary Of State For Health

Graham Stuart MP and Sir Greg Knight MP have jointly condemned East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group for failing to listen to the voices of people in the East Riding.

In a blow to all those who campaigned to save the Minor Injuries Units in Hornsea, Withernsea and Driffield, the CCG has announced today is set to go ahead with the closures in all three towns.

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Labour To Protest As Tory Under Funding Leads To MIU Closures

Labour To Protest As Tory Under Funding Leads To MIU Closures

Local campaigners will make a last ditch appeal to the East Riding Clinical Commissioning Group, to reverse its decision to close Hornsea MIU, when it meets on Tuesday.

Proposals to be considered at the meeting include the closure of the seaside town’s Minor Injuries Unit, a move which has been approved in spite of a 10,000 signature petition and overwhelming local opposition.

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