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NEW POWERS TO STOP NOISY NEIGHBOURS

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Noisy neighbours could be given on-the-spot fines and have hi-fi equipment seized, as the government responds to mo...
Noisy neighbours could be given on-the-spot fines and have hi-fi equipment seized, as the government responds to mounting pressure to give local authorities tougher powers to deal with noise, reports The Daily Telegraph (P1).

A consultation paper is to be issued at the end of the month based on proposals from the working party on neighbourhood noise, set up in October last year.
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