WARNING! The Food Standards Agency warns of bacteria found in frozen vegetable products – lots of products recalled. Complete list here: https://bit.ly/2N5Tuoe If you have purchased any of these items, you are advised DO NOT EAT them.
Come April 1st, there will be several price increases. For further information, please visit our ‘Alerts’ page. If you act now, you might be able to avoid them!
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Julia Mulligan, North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner, has announced that £3 million is to be spent to improve the 999 and 101 telephone services. To find out more, please visit our ‘Topical News‘ page.
North Yorkshire Police, are today launching their Freeze on Fraud campaign to raise awareness of online fraud and help reduce the risk of people falling victim to this ever increasing type of crime. Over the next few weeks, we will be releasing a series of short videos about fraud, featuring top tips from DI Hodgeon, Head of Fraud at NYP, and also some real life victim stories. For further details, please visit our ‘Alerts’ page.
Frosty mornings means scraping car windows and warming the engine before driving off. However, take care and do to leave your vehicle unattended or it could be someone else driving off in it, instead of you!
For details on how to prepare your car for winter driving, follow this link. For further advice on how to get weather updates, notification of incidents and other warnings, please go to our ‘Topical News’ page.
As winter approaches, it’s time to think about seasonal safety checks. EDF Energy has provided some advice about gas safety checks and Citizens Advice has produced a leaflet concerning your rights with regard to the energy market. For further details, follow this link.
Car theft has risen by 30% in recent years. Rather surprising considering all the new technology incorporated into car security. So, is the technology failing or are thieves becoming smarter and able to bypass the security features? To find out more follow this link.