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Canadian First Lady Sophie Gr goire-Trudeau, U.S. First Lady Michelle Obama, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and U.S. President Barack Obama wave from the south portico of the White House during a welcoming ceremony Ice cracks from the wall of the Perito Moreno Glacier located at Los Glaciares National Park, southwest Santa Cruz Province, Argentina, on March 10, 2016. With 250 km2 ice formation, and 30 km in length, the Perito Moreno is one of 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes mountain range. WALTER DIAZ / AFP/Getty Images An ice bridge cracks from the wall of the Perito Moreno Glacier located at Los Glaciares National Park, southwest Santa Cruz Province, Argentina, on March 10, 2016. With 250 km2 ice formation, and 30 km in length, the Perito Moreno is one of 48 glaciers fed by the Southern Patagonian Ice Field located in the Andes mountain range. WALTER DIAZ / AFP/Getty Images A partial solar eclipse is seen behind passenger capsules of the Singapore Flyer on Wednesday, March 9, 2016, in Singapore. The last eclipse happened in Singapore in January 2009, and the next solar eclipse, an annular one, will occur on Dec 26, 2019. Bystanders watch a solar total eclipse through cloudy conditions in Palembang on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. ABDUL QODIR / AFP/Getty Images Dancers perform as a solar total eclipse occurs in Matantimali, Central Sulawesi on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. . / AFP/Getty Images An Indian fisherman prays to a partial solar eclipse seen in the sky over Bay of Bengal in Konark, 60 kilometers (37 miles) from eastern Indian city Bhubaneswar, India, Wednesday, March 9, 2016. People watch a total total solar eclipse in Palu, Central Sulawesi on March 9, 2016. A total solar eclipse swept across the vast Indonesian archipelago on March 9, witnessed by tens of thousands of sky gazers and marked by parties, Muslim prayers and tribal rituals. NANANG / AFP/Getty Images Jean-Baptiste Redde (R), aka Voltuan, holds a palcard reading “El Khomri soap opera, uglier the life” as people gather during a demonstration on the Place de la Republique in Paris, on March 9, 2016, as part a nationwide day of protest against proposed labour reforms. France faced a wave of protests against deeply unpopular labour reforms that have divided an already-fractured Socialist government and raised hackles in a country accustomed to iron-clad job security. THOMAS SAMSON / AFP/Getty Images Artist Justus Becker and Oguz Sen paint a mural featuring drowned Syrian refugee boy Aylan Kurdi on March 9, 2016 in Frankfurt am Main. The mural replicates the photograph of tiny Aylan’s lifeless body on the beach at Bodrum after he drowned on the crossing to Greece, that rapidly went viral on social media and caused a global outcry as it put a human face to the dangers refugees risk trying to reach safety in Europe. Arne Dedert / AFP/Getty Images A model takes part in a rehearsal before the Ellery fashion show during the 2016-2017 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection on March 8, 2016 in Paris. MARTIN BUREAU / AFP/Getty Images A boy stands among tents during a foggy morning at a makeshift camp at the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of Idomeni on March 8, 2016, where thousands of refugees and migrants are trapped by the Balkan border blockade. European Union leaders on Monday hailed a “breakthrough” in talks with Turkey on a deal to curb the migrant crisis but delayed a decision until a summit next week to flesh out the details of Ankara’s new demands. DIMITAR DILKOFF / AFP/Getty Images A Greek Orthodox monk holds a box at Our Lady of Hamatoura Monastery in northern Lebanon on March 08, 2016, containing the remains of a boy reportedly killed by the Mamluks and found in the ruins of the monastery. The monastery’s history goes back to the fifth century. It faced destructions and persecutions during the Mamluk and Ottoman eras and was restored in 1994 BAZ / AFP/Getty Images A woman carries an umbrella to shield herself from the rain while walking down stairs at Begbie Square in New Westminster, on Monday March 7, 2016. Darryl Dyck / THE CANADIAN PRESS People release sky-lanterns on the eve of International Women’s Day in Manila on March 7, 2016. The event calls for the end of all forms of discrimination and violence against women and girls. NOEL CELIS / AFP/Getty Images A man pulls children on a sledge through fresh snow fallen on the clock park, a sculpture by artist Klaus Rinke made of 24 station clocks, in Duesseldorf, western Germany, on March 7, 2016. Maja Hitij / AFP/Getty Images A child stands among a razor-topped fence close to the gate at the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of Idomeni, on March 7, 2016, where thousands of migrants and refugees wait to cross the border into Macedonia. EU leaders held a summit with Turkey’s prime minister on March 7 in order to back closing the Balkans migrant route and urge Ankara to accept deportations of large numbers of economic migrants from overstretched Greece. DIMITAR DILKOFF / AFP/Getty Images The Northern Lights, or Aurora Borealis, shine over the Sycamore Gap at Hadrian’s Wall in Northumberland, northeast England early Monday March 7, 2016. Owen Humphreys / PA via AP An eagle of the Guard from Above company, grasps a drone during a police exercise in Katwijk, on March 7, 2016. The bird of prey can get drones from the air by catching them with his legs. KOEN VAN WEEL / AFP/Getty Images Hindu women collect water from the Pushkar lake to pour on idols of Lord Shiva, on occasion of Mahashivratri festival in Pushkar, India, Monday, March 7, 2016. Hindus across the world are celebrating Mahashivratri, or Shiva’s night festival believed to be the day when Shiva got married. Rajesh Kumar Singh / AP Photo A boy plays with a Spiderman doll next to the razor wire around the fence between Greece and Macedonia at the northern Greek border station of Idomeni, Monday, March 7, 2016. Greek police officials say Macedonian authorities have imposed further restrictions on refugees trying to cross the border, saying only those from cities they consider to be at war can enter as up to 14,000 people are trapped in Idomeni, while another 6,000-7,000 are being housed in refugee camps around the region. Vadim Ghirda / AP Photo Incandescent lava bombs are ejected to the upper slopes of the volcano Tungurahua during an eruption as seen from Guadalupe, Ecuador, late Saturday, March 5, 2016.Tungurahua is 16,480 feet (5,023 meters) high and has been active since 1999. Dolores Ochoa / AP Matthijs Buchli of Holland (R) crashes and takes out USA s Matthew Baranoski in heat three of the Men s Keirin during Day Five of the UCI Track Cycling World Championships at Lee Valley Velopark Velodrome on March 6, 2016 in London, England. Bryn Lennon Canada s team performs their Free Routine during the Synchronized Swimming Olympic Games Qualification Tournament at the Maria Lenk Aquatics Center in Rio de Janeiro, Sunday, March 6, 2016. The tournament is also a test event for the Rio 2016 Olympics. Felipe Dana / AP An Afghan man, shows off his horse riding feat to attract people for a ride on Nadir Khan hill in Kabul, Afghanistan, Sunday, March 6, 2016. Rahmat Gul / AP Models wear creations for Givenchy s Fall-winter 2016-2017 ready to wear collection presented in Paris, France, Sunday, March 6, 2016. Francois Mori / AP The Tungurahua volcano spews a column of ash during an eruption seen from Huambalo, Ecuador, Saturday, March 5, 2016. Tungurahua is 16,480 feet (5,023 meters) high and has been active since 1999. Dolores Ochoa / AP Migrants mob a truck bringing donated firewood at the northern Greek border station of Idomeni, Sunday, March 6, 2016. Greek police officials say Macedonian authorities have imposed further restrictions on refugees trying to cross the border, saying only those from cities they consider to be at war can enter as up to 14,000 people are trapped in Idomeni, while another 6,000-7,000 are being housed in refugee camps around the region. Vadim Ghirda / AP Voters, some of whom waited more than five hours, stand in line that stretched well over one half-mile long to get into a Democratic caucus location at Deering High School, Sunday, March 6, 2016, in Portland, Maine. Several thousand voters showed up to choose between Democratic presidential candidates Hillary Clinton and Bernie Sanders, who re vying to represent the party in the general election. Robert F. Bukaty / AP Jacquita Gomes, 54, Grace Subathirai Nathan, 28, and Melanie Antonio, from left, and other relatives of passengers and crew of the ill-fated Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 release balloons with the names of those who were on board, during a commemorative event in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, Sunday, March 6, 2016. The event marked the second anniversary of the jet s March 8, 2014, disappearance. Joshua Paul / AP The synchronized swimming team of Japan performs during the teams’ free routine final of the FINA Synchronized Swimming Olympic Games Qualification Tournament at the Maria Lenk Aquatic Centre in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, on March 6, 2016. YASUYOSHI CHIBA / AFP/Getty Images Indian women dry their saris after taking a dip at Sangam, the confluence of the Rivers Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati, in Allahabad on March 6, 2016. SANJAY KANOJIA / AFP/Getty Images Sadhus (Hindu holy men) stand near the Pashupatinath Temple on the eve of the Hindu festival Maha Shivaratri in Kathmandu on March 6, 2016, on the eve of the Hindu festival Maha Shivaratri. Hindus mark the Maha Shivratri festival by offering special prayers and fasting. PRAKASH MATHEMA / AFP/Getty Images A model presents a creation for Mugler during the 2016-2017 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection on March 5, 2016 in Paris. MARTIN BUREAU / AFP/Getty Images A Cornish Rex breed cat attends the Catsburg 2016 International Cats show in Moscow on March 5, 2016. DMITRY SEREBRYAKOV / AFP/Getty Images The sun sets behind US Navy ship USS Blue Ridge (LCC-19) docked at the Manila Pier in Manila on March 5, 2016. Blue Ridge is the oldest deployable warship of the US Navy and is the third ship named after the Blue Ridge Mountains. NOEL CELIS / AFP/Getty Images A boy looks on sat on the railway tracks at the overcrowded makeshift camp at the Greek-Macedonian border near the Greek village of Idomeni, on March 5, 2016, where thousands of refugees and migrants wait to cross the border into Macedonia. EU president Donald Tusk struck an unusually upbeat note on the migrant crisis on March 4 as Turkey raised the possibility of taking back non-Syrian asylum seekers. LOUISA GOULIAMAKI / AFP/Getty Images An aerial view shows a traktor covering an asparagus field with foil, near Beelitz, Germany, Friday March 4, 2016. The foil protects the asparagus from frost. Ralf Hirschberger / dpa via AP A worker displays paper pandas created by French artist Paulo Grangeon in front of the Grand Palace in Bangkok, Thailand, Friday, March. 4, 2016. The exhibit is part of the World Wide Fund’s project where the 1,600 paper pandas symbolize the last pandas still present in nature. Sakchai Lalit / AP Photo Models present creations for Issey Miyake during the 2016-2017 fall/winter ready-to-wear collection on March 4, 2016 in Paris. BERTRAND GUAY / AFP/Getty Images

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PORT HOPE — Alastair Macpherson has travelled the world and photographed the likes of Bill Clinton, Queen Elizabeth and countless celebrities — but a photo of Port Hope’s lighthouse has landed him on the pages of ‘Canadian Geographic’. Mr. Macpherson’s photo was selected from thousands of entries to appear in the magazine’s April’s Wicked Weather special collector’s edition — 100 Best Weather Pictures of 2012. The 37-year-old photographer shot the lighthouse near the end of the day in September, “when the sun was setting and the light was perfect. “It’s not normally what I would shoot,” he said. “I had tried a few times to get this shot.” “Getting the photo in ‘Canadian Geographic’ is gre He submitted his photo to ‘Canadian Geographic’ before the year was out and received word in early April his photo was selected. In the magazine, it reads in the caption under the photo, “it’s just down the road from Toronto, but Port Hope can seem much farther away from the din of metropolitan life.” This isn’t the first time Mr. Macpherson’s photos have appeared in national or international publications; they’ve also appeared in ‘The New York Times’, ‘The Daily Telegraph’, ‘The New York Post’, ‘People’, ‘Rolling Stone’ and ‘Hello’ — to name a few. In 2011, a photo by Mr. Macpherson of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge during their visit to Canada was published on the cover of ‘Maclean’s’ magazine. “Getting the photo in ‘Canadian Geographic’ is great for Port Hope,” he said. “With this photo, I was really happy to show a different angle of Port Hope.” Born and raised in Scotland, Mr. Macpherson received an advanced diploma in photography and is a member of the British Institute of Professional Photography. In the past, he has based his work out of London, England, Manhattan and, more recently, Toronto. But when the word came he and wife Katy would be first-time parents to the now three-and-half-month-old Ella Blue, the couple settled down in Port Hope in the summer of 2012. “Port Hope is a fantastic spot. We fell in love with the town after one visit,” he said “It’s a great place to raise kids. It’s a nice place to have a family.” He noted Lake Ontario’s beauty and Port Hope’s historic buildings as a “photographer’s dream.” He and Katy like the old buildings found in Port Hope so much, they bought a home that was built in 1860. “It’s a lot different than living in Manhattan or Toronto,” he said. “But we love it.” Now settled in the small lake-side municipality, Mr. Macpherson plans to start his own photography business in Port Hope. To view more of Mr. Macpherson’s photos, visit www.macphersonimages.com [1] or search Alastair Macpherson Photography on Facebook. References ^ www.macphersonimages.com (www.macphersonimages.com)

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Worker.The Post spoke to McLean from her home in Niagara-on-the-Lake.Below, what it s like to be Marla McLean, in her own words:I don t think our honeymoon will be happening soon.We finish here at the end of October, but like all actors, we re gypsies, so we might be moving on to other work.Our plan is to go to Paris at some point and wander the streets, but that may have to be next year.I grew up in Nova Scotia.I was born in Sydney, Cape Breton, grew up in Dartmouth, and spent my summers in Prince Edward Island.I had a couple of favourite movies growing up.One was Funny Girl with Barbra Streisand.The other was The Usual Suspects.I ve seen it far too many times to say out loud.Boots are my go-to accessory.if you throw those on with a dress, you re good to go.You can tackle the world.There are so many actors who inspire me.Sharry Flett and Mary Haney.Their work ethic is exceptional.Their detail and passion on stage is inspiring to watch.I look at those women and think, If I could be 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wasn t the last thing I bought, but it s something I keep coming back to.I m learning to cook.I m teaching myself, and I am a great sous-chef to my new husband.Edited from an interview with David Rockne CorriganLady Windermere s Fan plays at Shaw s Festival Theatre through October 19.Enchanted April runs June 25 October 26.For more information, visit ShawFest.Sondra Gotlieb: It s twilight of the doorknobs as our whole house falls apartWe live in a three-story house, but most of our friends of our ancient age have cleverly moved to condos.Apparently nothing goes wrong in a condo, and if it does, there s always a helpful handyman who lives downstairs to put things right, tout suite.But in our 100-plus-year-old house, we never know what to do when our latest problem strikes.There have been problems since we purchased it a generation or so ago.Occasionally we just let it go as long as it s not the toilet overflowing or the water not running.Our family on both sides has never been handy 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01-Feb-2016 to 01-Apr-2016 (EST) Southeast – Charleston, SC Charleston, SC, USA Full Time EOE/AAP/M/F/Vets/Disabled. DFWP. LOCATION?

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Austin Champ 1954. This champ is just for spares, the body is rotten. It is complete apart from windscreen back seat. There is no carb or dist, there is no paper work for it. 550. Northumberland. 01670 787582 David Barnes Large Image [1] [2] 29 January ’16 Cherished Vehicle Insurance understands the passion that military vehicle owners & collectors have for their vehicles, which is why for 2015 we have enhanced our products. Cherished Military Vehicle Insurance can provide cover to suit the needs of today s ex-military vehicle enthusiast, with a range of benefits. Click More Info for full details Cherished Vehicle Insurance 0333 003 8161 More Info [3] Built by Kooblekar Skunkwerkes in Albuquerque New Mexico. The car was built on a 1973 VW Beetle chassis and is street legal and titled in the state of Washington. The car has a large 1913cc engine which is excellent running condition. 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Shropshire and Mid Wales wake to blanket of snow « Shropshire Star

Parts of Shropshire and Mid Wales woke to the first proper snow of the year today as motorists across the UK were facing another day of treacherous driving. A man died in a car crash on the Shropshire border at 8.50pm last night [1] . Council gritters were out on the roads in the early hours of today but there were no school closures reported this morning. A mix of rain and snow were forecast for Shropshire today, with highs of 5C. It comes after weather warnings were issued by the Met Office for large swathes of the country, with up to 10cm of snow expected in some areas, although early signs were that Shropshire had escaped the worst of the conditions. Snow in Priorslee, Telford, this morning Yellow alerts cover all of Scotland, Northern Ireland and Wales, as well as south-east England, the Midlands, Yorkshire and Humber regions and the north-east. Around 5cm to 10cm of snow was likely to land on higher ground in Wales, the South West, Scotland and Northern Ireland, and up to 4cm on lower ground. Icy patches are predicted just as widely, with the Met Office website warning drivers they could face “difficult” conditions. A Met Office spokeswoman said: “Friday will see bands of cold and wintry showers moving southwards, with gale-force winds in places such as East Anglia and Kent.” Shropshire weather on Twitter: On Thursday, two schools in Northumberland were reportedly closed because of severe weather conditions, as wintry conditions spread across the UK. Network Rail said it had thousands of rail engineers working “day and night” to prevent delays in travel. References ^ A man died in a car crash on the Shropshire border at 8.50pm last night (www.shropshirestar.com)

What Constitutes Noise Pollution?

By: Jeff Durham – Updated: 8 Jan 2016 | *Discuss [1] Noise levels can be a real problem in any neighbourhood and there are many issues surrounding noise pollution in a residential area that are covered by Government Legislation [2] . These include what you can and cannot do, what steps you could take to minimise the problems caused by potentially excessive noise, and what action could be taken against you if you don t reduce your noise levels. In terms of the problems excessive noise can cause, most disagreements and arguments between neighbours can often be avoided if they are forewarned about potential occasional situations which are likely to result in excessive noise. However, while excessive noise can be the result of a planned situation, sometimes it s completely unplanned or somewhat out of your control. Even in these situations, there are still some precautionary measures you can take. Parties, Loud Music and Excessive Noise Reasonable neighbours are not usually killjoys and most of us will want to have a party celebration at some time or another. The best way of avoiding any problems with your neighbours is to tell them in advance that you are Planning A Party [3] , what time it s going to start and, more importantly, what time you re planning to end it (or at least the time by which you ll ensure that they won t be disturbed by excessive noise usually related to loud music but also by rowdy conversations and boisterous behaviour). In terms of the ending time, it s not unreasonable to expect your neighbours to agree to a finishing time of the noisy element to a party to, say, by 11pm or midnight. That s not to say you can have the volume at whatever level you want, as there are strict laws surrounding that issue. Ending at midnight also doesn t mean that the party can t continue beyond that time, but you ll need to keep the music and the noise down to a reasonable level so as not to disturb neighbours. You also need to take even greater care and be more sensitive to your neighbours if you re planning on holding the party outside in the garden, where noise travels more easily and where its impact is felt even greater. Better still, why not invite the neighbours? DIY Projects Once again, you should let your neighbours know that you are planning a DIY project where both manual and/or power equipment such as hammers and electric drills are being used. Everybody needs to do a bit of DIY now and then so they should be reasonable enough to understand. Agree working hours with your neighbours. You should be courteous enough not to begin any earlier than 8am and not to finish beyond 8pm. These are reasonable requests to make yet if your immediate neighbours have young children, you might wish to consider only carrying out DIY projects at weekends when the children are off school. Alarm Systems Both burglar and car alarm systems can cause extreme noise pollution and can be one of the biggest causes of agitation among neighbours. Most modern alarm systems come fitted with cut off devices these days which silences the alarm after, perhaps, 20 minutes or so. Obviously, the problems caused by alarms going off usually arise when they are beyond your control. You re likely to not even be at home to switch the alarm off manually, but there are still precautionary measures you can take, such as leaving a spare set of keys with trusted friends, family members or even other neighbours who can gain entry to a car or house and immobilise the device on your behalf. If you arrange for this, be sure to let your local council and local police station know the contact details for the people who have been entrusted with this task. Both the police and council do have the authority to immobilise alarm systems themselves by whatever means necessary, and this can incur extra expense to you. Incessant Dog Barking [4] constitutes noise pollution and this is covered in more depth in another article contained on this website. Who to contact Depending on the nature of the noise, the time of day it occurs and the circumstances surrounding it, if matters can t be resolved and get out of hand, you should contact either the Environmental Health Department of your local authority or the police – in which case dial 101. You should not dial 999 unless it is an emergency. Your first port of call should be your neighbour, try to approach your neighbour in a calm manner in order to explain the issues you have. Don’t try to raise your concerns while the noise is taking place as your more likely to be angry and more prone to arguing. If your neighbour is unwilling to compromise and the noise pollution continues you can take the matter further and contact your local authority, as they have a duty to take the matter seriously and investigate further, and if necessary take court action. You can submit a complaint to your local authority at www.gov.uk [5] , where you will also find information about how to deal with noisy neighbours. For more information about the law on noise pollution in your area, you should check out your local authority s website to ensure that you are complying with the law or you could face heavy penalties. You might also like… Share Your Story, Join the Discussion or Seek Advice.. My neighbour smokes grass, and the fumes are so bad that they pervade my house. I cannot sleep upstairs anymore and even smell it in my garden. It surely must be harming me. What can I do. jan – 8-Jan-16 @ 12:46 AM Poppy – Your Question: My neighbour has a white transit van which he uses for his business. He also has two cars, one of which is in the garage and one in the drive. He has marked a space in the road for his van and as we are all a pretty friendly lot we all try not to park in “his space”. The problem arises when he goes away for such as the whole Christmas holiday. He takes one of the cars but instead of putting the van in the drive or in front of the garage he leaves it in the road. We live in a cul-de-sac and there are six other properties to consider but obviously he never gives it a thought. We know from past experience that he has a “short fuse” but would like to bring our feelings to his notice. Our Response: The only really effective answer to this would be to talk to him about it directly. He may not realise that it’s an inconvenience. You could ask if people could park on his drive while he’s away if he doesn’t want to park his own van there. Also check with the local council to seeif there are any local bylaws or conditions prohibiting the parking of commercial vehicles oh the public highway. ProblemNeighbours – 4-Jan-16 @ 12:28 PM My neighbour has a white transit van which he uses for his business.He also has two cars, one of which is in the garage and one in the drive. He has marked a space in the road for his van and as we are all a pretty friendly lot we all try not to park in “his space”.The problem arises when he goes away for such as the whole Christmas holiday.He takes one of the cars but instead of putting the van in the drive or in front of the garage he leaves it in the road.We live in a cul-de-sac and there are six other properties to consider but obviously he never gives it a thought.We know from past experience that he has a “short fuse” but would like to bring our feelings to his notice. Poppy – 3-Jan-16 @ 6:04 PM We have a rented property next door. We did have a contact number for the Landlady – she has either changed her number or is ignoring our calls/text messages. The noise is no longer from music but from noisy conversations, people arriving and leaving loudly and sitting in the garden to talk at 1am.Our Local Authority have told us they only help when the noise is coming from equipment.This seems contrary to the information on this website.Do we have grounds to challenge the LA to take some action?Is it possible to enforce Landlords to not re-let the property to students again? Thank you! EL – 31-Dec-15 @ 1:25 PM My neighbours do this day and night. Slamming doors. Stomping as they don’t seem how to walk properly. Gatherings in their kitchen which is right next to my bedroom upstairs. I approached him once before about it and he said it’s because he has two young kids. But the way I see it is that just because you have kids, doesn’t give you the right to bang doors, stomp about and whatever else all day everyday. Is there much I can do about this? It’s been happening for many months now. I am on Disability for severe Anxiety and it is really causing me to have some real problems with health. KReus – 27-Dec-15 @ 11:55 PM My neighbor has parties with bass music loud friends shouting and banging of back doors till 3 and 4 am I have sent numerous logs to envoirmental health been to landlord which is a housing association logged with police who have been round spoken to them personally but she doesn’t take any notice this is affecting our health badly can someone please advise what else we can do we have been here 20 years this neighbor was moved next to us because she was a problem at her previous one Bear – 25-Dec-15 @ 11:54 PM I have had intermittent bass music banging of back doors till 3am for the last 5 years with my neighbor her friends are loud and shout I have done numerous log sheets with envoirmental health police have been round and landlord has been but still she Carries on its now affecting our mental health we have lived here 20 years I have tried speaking to her but it makes her worse we know they were a problem at there previous address what else can we do please some one advise Bear – 25-Dec-15 @ 11:43 PM The neighbours are completely unaware of the noise that they make on pretty much a daily basis and in most from their TV that I can hear from half the house.This is usually around a 5db increase from when everything is quiet, approaching them is not in the equation as they won’t listen.Is there anything that can be done in terms if the police to curb this? C – 25-Dec-15 @ 11:16 PM bleako – Your Question: I live above a indian takeaway which is open 7days aweek normally from 5 till they shut at midnight some times I know this as that’s the last time I hear the bang from the door laughing shouting and anything else they care to throw at me is there anything I can do,i do like to go to bed early sometimes but then get woken up from the noise. Our Response: This is one of the issues with living above takeaway premises. You could try contacting your council about this, they may be able to advise on licensing and opening hours etc. ProblemNeighbours – 14-Dec-15 @ 12:51 PM I live above a indian takeaway which is open 7days aweek normally from 5 till they shut at midnight some times I know this as that’s the last time I hear the bang from the door laughing shouting and anything else they care to throw at me is there anything I can do,i do like to go to bed early sometimes but then get woken up from the noise. bleako – 13-Dec-15 @ 6:13 PM z – Your Question: My neighbour does diy till 9pm Monday through to Friday, it’s extremely noisy.is he allowed to do this, are these within lawful hours? Our Response: Usually DIY noise during the day does not consitute noise pollution but if this has been going on for some time, a few weeks for example, then you should first try talking to the neighbour, and if that does not resolve the situation raise a complaint to your environmental health officer. ProblemNeighbours – 11-Dec-15 @ 12:48 PM My neighbour does diy till 9pm Monday through to Friday, it’s extremely noisy…is he allowed to do this, are these within lawful hours? z – 10-Dec-15 @ 7:53 PM Dave – Your Question: Our neighbour plays darts on a regular basis. He has been playing darts now from just after 10pm and is still doing it now at 00.30 what can we do ? Our Response: Is it noisy/affecting you because of the noise? If this is regular and excessive, firstly ask them if they can put their dartboard somewhere else (where you might not hear it as much) and if they can keep the noise down. If that does not work, make a complaint to the environment health department at your local council. ProblemNeighbours – 10-Dec-15 @ 10:19 AM Our neighbour plays darts on a regular basis.He has been playing darts now from just after 10pm and is still doing it now at 00.30 what can we do ? Dave – 9-Dec-15 @ 12:35 AM fagashlil – Your Question: My neighbour has chickens and a noisy cockerel that is screaming all day long. It starts at first light and I cannot take any more. I look after my father who has dementia and this constant noise is trying my patience. What can I do about it? Our Response: There may be little you can do about this, especially if you live in a rural area. Check to see whether there are any covenants or local conditions that prevent the keeping of chickens. You could also try contacting your environmental health officer who will be able to advise you about whether it’s possible for them to take action or not. ProblemNeighbours – 8-Dec-15 @ 11:47 AM My neighbour has chickens and a noisy cockerel that is screaming all day long.It starts at first light and I cannot take any more.I look after my father who has dementia and this constant noise is trying my patience.What can I do about it? fagashlil – 7-Dec-15 @ 7:05 PM Splash – Your Question: Ours is a particular problem. Our Parish Council has equipped a children’s playground on the other side of our garden fence. At times the noise level generated by 20 or so screaming,, shouting and squealing children is unbearable, driving us to the brink of insanity. The Council’s attitude amounts to ‘Well, you’ll just have to put up with it.’ We claim that the noise, lasting sometimes from early till dusk, constitutes a denial of our human rights, i.e to live in peace in our own home. Advice would be welcome. Our Response: The council is probably correct, this would not normally constitute noise pollution. Was the playground there when you purchased your property? If not, were you consulted when planning permission was sought? ProblemNeighbours – 7-Dec-15 @ 12:23 PM Ours is a particular problem. Our Parish Council has equipped a children’s playground on the other side of our garden fence. At times the noise level generated by 20 or so screaming,, shouting and squealing children is unbearable, driving us to the brink of insanity. The Council’s attitude amounts to ‘Well, you’ll just have to put up with it.’ We claim that the noise, lasting sometimes from early till dusk, constitutes a denial of our human rights, i.e to live in peace in our own home. Advice would be welcome. Splash – 5-Dec-15 @ 11:50 AM We live in a 2 bed flat above neighbour where you have to climb stairs which are above his living room. We had a few gripes from him about us going up the stairs but hey what can you really do about going downstairs to work and upstairs when home. Recently he has stepped up his complaint due to squeaky board in kitchen floor but again does he suggest we float above the stairs and the floor?? We are not noisy people and are out for at least 10 hours a day working.We do stay up till about 12ish but most evenings sitting watching TV and making cups of tea etc. Apart from that we go out a couple of saturdays per month and we may come home and speak for ten minutes or so before going to bed. We recently raised issue with landlord and he may fix kitchen floor but since then we have a council complaint and a complaint via the owners of the whole site. Mainly noise complaints to do with foot steps, dropping things (which puzzles us) and saturday night noise. The concern is he will continue to complain. More than willing to have noise levels measured to prove him wrong but can he really complain about a few minutes on a saturday night. My last recollection is that when I had a noisy neighbour who had dogs and loud music we had to spend many months recording the noise and making notes of dates and times etc but nothing came of it. What can happen to us if he keeps complaining how can we disprove him and show he is just obsessed with small insignificant very rare instances? Tilts – 19-Nov-15 @ 7:47 PM We live in a 2 bed flat above neighbour where you have to climb stairs which are above his living room. We had a few gripes from him about us going up the stairs but hey what can you really do about going downstairs to work and upstairs when home. Recently he has stepped up his complaint due to squeaky board in kitchen floor but again does he suggest we float above the stairs and the floor?? We are not noisy people and are out for at least 10 hours a day working.We do stay up till about 12ish but most evenings sitting watching TV and making cups of tea etc. Apart from that we go out a couple of saturdays per month and we may come home and speak for ten minutes or so before going to bed. We recently raised issue with landlord and he may fix kitchen floor but since then we have a council complaint and a complaint via the owners of the whole site. Mainly noise complaints to do with foot steps, dropping things (which puzzles us) and saturday night noise. The concern is he will continue to complain. More than willing to have noise levels measured to prove him wrong but can he really complain about a few minutes on a saturday night. My last recollection is that when I had a noisy neighbour who had dogs and loud music we had to spend many months recording the noise and making notes of dates and times etc but nothing came of it. What can happen to us if he keeps complaining how can we disprove him and show he is just obsessed with small insignificant very rare instances? Tilts – 19-Nov-15 @ 7:37 PM Steve- Your Question: We live in a residential area with a small industrial estate beside us, one of the industrial units distributes frozen food to businesses and homes, this company regularly has deliveries from 5am onwards with refrigerator trucks with very noisy compressor units running at high noise levels whilst the truck is being unloaded approx 1 hour each time, my question is ‘is there a time restriction for delivery vehicles in residential areas’ ? Our Response: Check with your local planning office – it’s difficult if an industrial area is adjacent to a residential one, so you may find that there are some regulations or specific conditions in place. ProblemNeighbours – 13-Nov-15 @ 2:37 PM We live in a residential area with a small industrial estate beside us, one of the industrial units distributes frozen food to businesses and homes, this company regularly has deliveries from 5am onwards with refrigerator trucks with very noisy compressor units running at high noise levels whilst the truck is being unloaded approx 1 hour each time, my question is ‘is there a time restriction for delivery vehicles in residential areas’ ? Steve – 12-Nov-15 @ 6:52 AM does anyone k now how i can trace where a ground source heat pump is in a neighbouring property.we have the vibration and noise 24/7 but worse in the winter.we can feel the pump when sitting down on chairs and under the bed and the compressor coming on and off.we are detached but assume it is coming from a garden which backs on to us and there is a run of about 20 houses – there are various outbuildings and sheds in most of these gardens which are long about 250 yards. we have checked with the usual utilities and no pumps so assume it couldbe a gshp – not a ashp as we can see into the gardens and there are none. any suggestions as to how we can trace this to the source and get it insulated would be helpful, sleepless – 7-Nov-15 @ 10:38 AM Hi, I have a problem neighbour. She is shouts at her 3 kids most evenings which i can clearly hear through the walls and anytime from 6.30 am her yappy little dog barks until someone gets up every morning. On top of this she randomly plays music at any time of day. last weekend she played music with the window open but it was very loud in my house. She then decided last Sunday eve at 10pm to play dance music for 20 mins really loudly and shouted at her kids to go to bed! I phoned the out of hours service at the council but they said they would make a decision on how and what action to take if any. The Police and Council won’t do anything about her. She is abusive to me and my family if she sees us in the garden or street. please help!! jules – 3-Nov-15 @ 10:13 PM My neighbour has a cat rescue centre next door and has approximately 60 cats. She does not have a proper cage set up only a chicken wire cage about 10 ft high over a concrete area in her garden . Trouble is the smell as she has about 20 litter trays . She leaves the rubbish of cat litter and food pouches but her binand obviously during the night foxes rip it up dragging it all around our garden. We have repeatedly asked her to deal with the smells and rubbish and have contacted the Enviromental health at our local council but it’s still on going for about 5 years now and I’m at my wits end as the smell during the summer is over powering and we then cannot use our garden. Any ideas would be welcome Jandy – 1-Nov-15 @ 1:51 PM My neighbour is making my life ,like a living hell.She lives in the downstairs flat I live above. She is slamming doors at 2am ,then coughing very loudly.When she is on the phone, talks very loud,I have to turn the my tv; To drown out her voice.Aswell, she has a oxygen contrentror, all I hear is thud,thud thud .Day and night.I can’t use ear plugs!??I suffer from depression. I just want some peace and quiet to live in my own housing association flat. Please someone give me some advice I can’t speak for her; As she manipulates the situation. Pattyann – 31-Oct-15 @ 1:34 PM My son would like an outdoor party for Halloween but we have very unfriendly neighbours who are bound to complain. Is there any laws guiding us on what time parties are allowed until? Obviously by 11ish I would make them turn the music down very low but lots of 17/18 year olds have very deep voices which carry. We are planning to be in so there is no trouble but I just can’t see the point in inviting people if they aw going to be turned away 10 minutes after it starts jillywilly – 19-Oct-15 @ 7:06 PM I think you comments of carrying DIY work out at the weekends to be totally wrong !!!! The weeend is when after a hard week at work just want to relax and de-de stress and heres a web site advising to use the weekend – no wonder we are all stressed out!!!!!! Thom – 8-Oct-15 @ 10:13 AM I really do not know who to contact about this. However there is a car that has been parked on the opposite side of the road from my house for about 3-4 months now. I do not think it is abandoned, but I have never seen anyone get in or out of it and it hasn’t moved in this time. I am starting to think it is a SORN however it is parked on the street. It is stopping anyone from parking outside of my house and has done for the period that it has been out there, the time frame I gave could be longer I didn’t notice it wasn’t actually being moved until this time frame. I have no clue who it belongs too because I have never seen anyone in it! It is parked so no car can park behind or infront of it. I mean it might be taxed but is there a way to find out because if it isnt I am going to get it moved, because it is getting ridiculous it is parked so at least 4 house cannot park outside there own homes (one of them might own the car). Others may not mind but I have people round and that have to park like 3-4 house down. My area isnt the best so I cannot go knocking on doors in fear of retaliation. Confused and annoyed – 25-Sep-15 @ 7:31 PM dee – Your Question: Im in a housing association house my neighbours too they are excessively noisey the have parties till 4/5 am they have a large American bulldog that barks at all hours of the day and early hours of the morning scaring me as it wakes and startles me at times that doesn’t help my heart as I’m in chronic heart failure in the garden it will bark if I’m out at me and my small dog the parties are loud annoying go on for hours and no care or consideration for myself or my daughter. they also throw junk food garden lights broken items and their wine and bottles over the fence plus throw LARGE amounts of bottles into their glass bin this will be done at 2/3am most mornings it is killing me with stress putting up with it I was told by my housing officer they are gypsies they put 3 bins out on bin day placing bins in my garden which is disrespectful I’ve tried talking to them about it the laugh and shun me I’m a single parent and very ill what can I do to improve my living situation Our Response: Your housing association should be taking more steps to help you with this difficult neighbour. As you’ll see from our articles, the environmental health department can help with regards to the noise and nuisance issues with a variety of means such as a noise abatement notice or even an ASBO. These remedies are sometimes shortlived, and if your health problems are an issue, perhaps your housing association would be able to re-house you? ProblemNeighbours – 14-Sep-15 @ 2:26 PM References ^ *Discuss (www.problemneighbours.co.uk) ^ Government Legislation (www.problemneighbours.co.uk) ^ Planning A Party (www.problemneighbours.co.uk) ^ Incessant Dog Barking (www.problemneighbours.co.uk) ^ www.gov.uk (www.gov.uk)

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