Cambridge City Council has acted to protect residents from antisocial behaviour by prosecuting two people for breaching noise abatement notices.
Equipment was seized from an address at Indells, Hatfield last week as the result of a local initiative to tackle noise nuisance.
A public house in Selby has been prosecuted by Selby District Council for failing to comply with food hygiene regulations and breaching noise regulations.
A couple have been ordered to pay a total of more than £1,700 in fines and costs for breaching a noise abatement notice by allowing their two dogs to persist in barking noisily.
A Hull woman has been successfully prosecuted for failing to clear, as well as burn waste in her garden after numerous letters and notices were served.