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Fears oil drilling site 'could blight area'
Plans to expand an oil and gas drilling site in East Yorkshire could "blight" the area, according to local councillors and residents.
Rathlin Energy is considering adding six more wells to its site near West Newton.
It said it was committed to a public consultation before deciding whether to apply for planning permission.
If it is approved, the site could see up to 25 oil tankers driving in and out daily over a 20-year period.
Harry Clark, who lives in nearby New Ellerby, said: "It's gone from being a single development to being potentially something that could blight this whole area and turn it from what is an agricultural area into an industrial area."
East Riding of Yorkshire Council has told the firm it does not need need an Environmental Impact Assessment for the proposed expansion scheme.
But three Conservative councillors have written to the authority's chief executive asking it to reconsider the decision.
They cited concerns about the impact of a "significant numbers of HGVs travelling on country lanes".
Rathlin Energy declined to comment when approached by the BBC.
However, a statement on the company's website said it was "committed to facilitating public engagement on its plans in advance of the formal submission of the planning application".
Stolen Yorkshire farm dog believed to be in Lancashire
A dog stolen from a farm in East Yorkshire is believed to be about 130 miles away somewhere in Lancashire, say police.
Humberside PoliceCopyright: Humberside Police
Three springer spaniels were stolen from an outside kennel on a farm at Thornholme near Burton Agnes between 23:00 on Thursday 11 February and 06:00 on Friday 12 February, according to Humberside Police.
Two of the spaniels have since been found, but one, known as Keedy, is still missing and thought to be in Preston, Lancashire, police said.
The dog is described as a two-year-old male, liver and white in colour with one black paw.
A spokesperson for the Humberside force said: "We believe Keedy could possibly be in or around the areas of Manchester, Wigan or Preston.
"We are now appealing for anyone with any information that would lead us to reunite the remaining missing dog with their elderly owner, who is naturally very distressed and worried about them."