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3 Scheme to hold events in car park A LICENSING application has been submitted to Barnsley Council to allow more events to be held on the County Way car park. This year it was used for the Love Music, Hate Racism one-day music festival. That was seen as a success and the Christmas lights switch on event is likely to be held on the car park. The licensing application includes permission for performance of plays, sporting events, boxing or wrestling, live music and dance as well as the sale of alcohol. Town centre manager Ann Untisz said: “Given the success of the site as a venue, it was felt prudent to ensure that the site is licensed for all elements of activity, making the site an adaptable events space.” The application was for renewal of an existing licence.

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TWO Barnsley MPs have been given prominent positions in the Labour leader Ed Miliband’s shadow team. John Healey is the new shadow health secretary and Michael Dugher is a shadow minister for defence. Mr Healey, who is MP for Wentworth and Dearne, said he was delighted because the NHS was ‘at Labour’s heart’. “The government’s plans will damage care for patients and dismantle the NHS as our national health service. I look forward to working with Ed Miliband to show clearly and quickly what the Tory plans will mean for people and their families.” Barnsley East MP Mr Dugher said it was a privilege to be appointed shadow minister. “Supporting our armed forces and keeping the country safe are the first duties of any government. With the Strategic Defence and Security Review about to be published, Labour needs to ensure our armed forces have the equipment and support they need to continue doing the magnificent job that they do.” Mr Healey finished second in the shadow cabinet poll with 192 votes from Labour MPs.

£2k to help troops MORE than 300 people attended a concert at Highstone

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Mayor’s lunch is axed A CIVIC lunch hosted by the Mayor after every council meeting is another casualty of the government’s spending cuts. The Labour councillors have voted in favour of scrapping the lunch, which takes place after every meeting of the ‘full council’ roughly every six weeks. Leader of the council Steve Houghton said: “It’s not just a bit of lunch for elected members, it’s a civic function where we can invite people and thank them on behalf of the community for the work they do. “But we’ve got to look at various ways of cutting costs.” Last week it was revealed councillors are planning to

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this issue. I have no problems with the PCSOs — I don’t really know what else they can do.” Insp Mitchell said the police were working in partnership with the council’s park services department and other groups to deal with the issues. She said: “Following the attack on a 12-year-old boy we researched our system and it revealed there were 31 incidents between June and September. “A lot of the incidents were basically loutish behaviour but there were also reports of potential drug taking. “There were also a lot of complaints about broken glass and bottles on the grass which has the potential to be extremely dangerous. Locke Park continues to be a police priority and we will continue to patrol the area throughout the night.” The next Town and Kingstone SNT community meeting will be on Thursday, October 28, at the town hall at 7pm.

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TWO fire crews were attacked with bottles and bricks while attending skip and wheelie bin fires. Fire officers from Barnsley station are now examining video footage following the incident on Kenworthy Road, near Locke Park, at 8pm last Wednesday. None of the firefighters were injured but one of the fire engines was damaged. Paul Salter, of South Yorkshire Fire and Rescue said: “I have examined the fire engine and it must have taken something the size and weight of a house brick to do that damage.”

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New retailers to create 150 jobs BY MIKE COTTON MORE than 150 permanent and temporary jobs are coming to Barnsley, it was announced this week. The Mall Barnsley says seven new retailers are moving in before Christmas, creating 40 jobs. The seven new stores will include Paper Kisses, Designer Kidz and GimmieGizmo. The Mall said it cannot release the names of the other four retailers yet for legal reasons. And the Office of National Statistics is starting recruitment for people to help compile the next census in March next year. The ten-year study will create 35,000 temporary jobs nationally, with about 110 in Barnsley. Organiser Colin Mockler said recruitment had already started for census co-ordinators, who will supervise teams of up to 15 collectors. The collector jobs will be advertised soon. Interest can be registered online via www.censusjobs.co.uk or via the JobCentre.

Bring on the Wall: Clinging on during a visit to Doncaster Road Primary with climbing expert Ben Heason are pupils Justina Gjolla, Rhys Sutton, Joe Scargill and Daniella Egley.

Jobseeker figures fall THE number of Barnsley people claiming Jobseekers’ Allowance fell last month to a 20-month low. According to figures 6,592 claimed the benefit in September, 4.5 per cent of the working-age population. The national average is 3.5 per cent and the regional average 4.1. It’s the lowest number of claimants since January 2009, when it was 6,228, or 4.3 per cent of the population. The figure has dropped every month in 2010 except August, when it rose by 20 claimants. Coun Phil Birkinshaw welcomed the news, but said it was likely to be the ‘quiet before the storm’.

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Festive fashion: left, plaid jacket £70, shirt £22, tie (two pack) £12, jeans £38, belt £15, knitted hat £10, leather gloves £22, shoes £65, second left, red dress £45, scarf (with matching hat) £10, jewelled ankle boots £45, second right, jumpsuit £35, feather cape £25, faux fur earmuffs £6, sequin bag £18, gloves £8, cocktail ring £10, right, tuxedo jacket £64, fairisle scarf £14, hand warmers £10, shirt £26, bow tie £8, jeans £38, shoes £80, all from Next. even tights. Key colours for the party season are metallics, black and, of course, red, while top fabrics include luxurious lace, sumptuous velvet and leather. Naturally most women want a party dress for the festive season and there are plenty of styles to choose from, including sophisticated cocktail numbers, cute chiffon designs and 50s style full skirts. Detail is added in lace trims, jacquard prints, feathers, frills and plenty of sparkles. For those wanting something a little less girly, the jumpsuit provides a feminine yet sexy alternative. Meanwhile for a more sophisticated look, pencil skirts remain on trend. Shoe lovers will be head over heels for the party season's footwear fashions which include gold studded court shoes, jewel-embellished ankle boots and metallic platform sandals. To finish off the look, accessories are making a real statement in dramatic jewellery, bow headbands, fully sequinned clutch bags and long elegant gloves. For men party wear is all

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Students celebrate school STUDENTS from Springwell Community School at Athersley celebrated their new school by creating a documentary. The film was shown as part of the ‘topping out’ ceremony — where the building reaches its highest point and showed the new school’s development since April. It included interviews from students expressing excitement over moving to their new building. Headteacher Josie Thirkell said: “The staff and pupils are amazed by the growth and size of the new school and cannot wait to be in there next June.”

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FURY AS ROBINS ‘IMPERSONATOR’ JOINS SPORTING ROW

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BARNSLEY FC is taking legal advice over comments purporting to be from manager Mark Robins on the social networking site Twitter. The message from the Robins ‘impersonator’ came after a row erupted on Twitter between Barnsleyborn former Test cricketer and now talkSPORT radio presenter Darren Gough and Derby footballer turned 5Live pundit Robbie Savage. It was the latest trade of insults between the two stations. Savage described Gough’s pre-match tactics talk before England’s game against Montenegro as ‘painfully bad’. Gough and his talkSPORT colleagues, including Stan Collymore, hit back with Twitter comments of their own. It became a tit-for-tat debate, with Savage telling Gough to stick to cricket because he knew ‘f all about football’. Hundreds of people posted their support for either side – and a message from ‘Mark Robins’ was posted to Savage which read: ‘Darren Gough is a good man and a great bowler but he’s not a football pundit end of’.

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Legal action: Barnsley FC manager Mark Robins who is being ‘impersonated’ on the social networking site Twitter. It is believed that there has been a Twitter account in the name of a ‘Mark Robins’ which has posted comments on Barnsley’s performances this season. An Oakwell statement read: “Barnsley Football Club would like to make it absolutely clear that Mark Robins does not have a Twitter account and has not made the comments attributed to him. The Football Club has requested its immediate removal and is currently taking legal advice regarding this issue.” I A large picture of Gough in a Barnsley shirt has featured heavily in the

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