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Voters encouraged to make sure their voice is heard in the General Election

Voters across the borough of Burnley are being encouraged to have their say in the forthcoming General Election.

Polling day is Thursday 12th December and anyone aged 18 or over on the day can take part, as long as they are on the electoral register.

People can vote in person at their local polling station, by post or by proxy, that is authorising someone else to vote on their behalf.

The borough’s acting returning officer Mick Cartledge said: “The most important thing is that people use their vote.

Takeaway director fined for noise nuisance

A company director has been ordered to pay a total of £2,650 after a court heard an Indian takeaway shop had “made life hell” for one of its neighbours.

Muhammad Jahid Miah, a director of Hawali Indian Ltd, pleaded guilty to 19 charges relating to failing to prevent a statutory noise nuisance under the Environmental Protection Act 1990.

He was ordered to pay £1,000 compensation to the resident, as well as £1,370 costs, a £30 victim surcharge and a £250 fine.

The prosecution, which was heard at Burnley Magistrates’ Court, was brought by Burnley Council.

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