Gazette Faces, Vol. 12
Here’s your latest round-up of the facially comatose fodder adorning our regional newspapers. When the going gets tough, the tough get Gazette Faces.
Chainsaw thieves put public in danger (Morcambe Visitor)
Dog suffered ‘life threatening’ injuries after attack in Skinningrove (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
I reckon the parrot did it.
Westcroft Leisure Centre welcome garden branded ‘a tip’ (Sutton Guardian)
Conservative councillor Peter Geiringer, who regularly uses the centre, said the area in front of it is “absolutely horrible”.
He said: “We can spend £11.4m on the centre, but why can’t we spend a bit on gardening? It’s the first thing people see and it’s horrific.”
Tenant guilty of breaching anti-social behaviour injunction (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Billingham scientist urges others to join cancer fight (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
TV appeal over Torquay Dinosaur World till theft (Torquay Herald Express)
A Gazette Face snatched from the jaws of… erm.
Tenants evicted over drunkenness, loud music and abusive language (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Pensioner blasts ‘misleading’ car park sign (Welwyn Hatfield Times)
Farming family: ‘Great Ayton housing proposal would devastate our livelihood’ (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Heartless burglars steal from children (Morcambe Visitor)
Middlesbrough charity shop wrecked by arson (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
‘I drank every day, 24/7, round the clock’ (Middlesbrough Evening Gazette)
Sounds alright to me. Not sure why he’s looking so miserable about it.
Thanks to Graham Parker and @jrlc48.
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