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Mr Mullan said: “It was a lot quieter than usual last night. Amazingly, people were still trying to go down the pier.

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The Whitby Gazette was the unlikely publication with the scoop that principal photography is now underway for Paul Thomas Anderson's as-yet-untitled new film (bunch of pics here).

This project is a Universal and Focus Features are behind it, reportedly winning the deal after a fierce bidding war with Fox Searchlight.

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Once a traditional farmhouse dating back to the 17th Century (1691) with an original working range, flagstone floors and open beams the Stables restaurant is still every bit both traditional and rustic.

The Whitby Gazette was founded on 6 July 1854 by Ralph Horne, a local printer, bookseller, stationer, bookbinder, paperhanger and shipowner, who was also a member of the Whitby Literary and Philosophical Society.

It was originally published as the Whitby Gazette: Horne's List of Visitors, and was little more than a list of visitors to the seaside town. “Mr Fred” Horne had taken over as Editor and Chairman respectively.We are an excellent choice if you are looking for a hotel in Whitby with a difference.We have a courtyard of en-suite rooms decorated to a high standard.Councillor Mike Cockerill, cabinet member for flood protection at Scarborough Borough Council, said he was pleased by the flood protection afforded to Whitby by its piers, despite major work being needed to restore them.Prior to yesterday’s tidal surge, talks between the borough council, Whitby Town Council, North Yorkshire County Council and utilities companies have been ongoing in order to plug a £3.5m shortfall to meet the estimated £8.6m costs to refurbish the structures.Life moves at a slower pace in the seaside Yorkshire town of Whitby, with headlines on the Whitby Gazette homepage at the time of writing including ‘My Yorkshire-themed dish in battle for Golden Apron’ and ‘Five things we learned from Workington v Whitby Town’.

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