The Aireborough Advertiser has thrown down a challenge to Deputy Prime Minister, John Prescott, to explain why a woman whose husband was presumed lost at sea 26 years ago has been told she must divorce him before re-marrying. It has
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The Aireborough Advertiser – a free monthly newspaper in West Yorkshire – now has a website at www.freezone.co.uk/mediaworldpr. The site, set up by the paper’s proprietor, journalist Graham Smith, contains news, views, features and some information about the Advertiser itself
A new free newspaper is hitting the streets in West Yorkshire. Journalist Graham Smith has set up the Aireborough Advertiser, which covers the Yeadon, Guiseley and Rawdon area near Leeds/Bradford Airport. It’s a magazine-style paper printed on A4 paper and
Journalist Graham Smith is challenging Deputy Prime Minister John Prescott to “do the honourable thing” and allow Sheila Doone to marry the man who has been at her side through the emotion of an undersea survey of the sunken Gaul.
Page 1 of 2 There is new hope for a woman who has been told she must divorce her dead husband before she can remarry. A search of the sunken trawler The Gaul is under way – which may provide