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Líam Heppell

Líam Heppell

Liam founded this site as Selby Online back in 2000. His first experience of local journalism was covering the Selby Floods in November 2000.

Time away working in the world of Local Government has given Liam a unique insight into how the organisations that shape the lives of those who govern us work, and what makes those in charge tick.

Now back at the site he created, now rebooted as TheSelebian, Liam combines his day to day editor duties with writing on local government matters in Selby.

Lengthy tailbacks and traffic misery as NYCC shuts bypass during major structural repairs.

Progress made on Selby anti-social teens but Easter incidents prove more work to be done.

Private hire taxis are being used to take Selby area 999 patients to hospital, an investigation by TheSelebian has revealed.

News that Selby is to set take a staring role in a world class sporting event has been given an enthusiastic welcome throughout the town.

Radio listeners across the Selby area have a new way to listen to their local stations this morning as North Yorkshire's DAB transmitter goes live.

A garbled Christmas message from the occupants of Selby Town Hall makes sense for the first time tonight after being quietly corrected by Council contractors.

Police in Selby are appealing for witnesses to come forward after a burglary at a town centre jewellers.

Selebians returning to work after the Christmas break are set to pay more for the privilege of getting to work by train.

Councillors who sit on an influential local NYCC committee have raised concerns that opportunities to debate important matters for the Selby area could be being missed.

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