THE GUARDIAN : 19th August
Readers absorb less on Kindles than on paper, study finds

W F Howes : 19th August
W.F. Howes launches eBook service for libraries 
UK’s leading publisher of unabridged audiobooks, and subsidiary of Recorded Books Inc., today announced the launch of a new eBook service for libraries across the UK and Australia.

Horncastle News : 19th August
Lincolnshire | Future of libraries has still to be decided admits council 

Huddersfield Examiner : 19th August
Villagers’ Meltham Library plan could save Kirklees Council 80% 
“There’s no support for going it alone.  We don’t accept the no funding proposal; we need professional support from Kirklees’ library services.” : 19th August
Grayling denies prison crisis amid another damning report
Staff reductions and an ever-growing prison population also means many prisoners are kept in their cells up to 23-hours a day. This leaves them unable to access prison libraries or education services, or even do physical exercise.

Exmouth Journal : 19th August
Devonshire Council considering views on libraries

North Devon Journal : 19th August
Libraries’ future uncertain as public consultation ends

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