As a general principle we don’t delete things, but they may disappear from view. Here are a few handy tips for finding something that you know has been published, but which may have disappeared off the home page radar.
As things appear they usually pop onto the home page, since they’re normally important and need to be seen first. As other things materialise they push things off the radar into the great heap of the older news category. Since there’s only so much space on the home page to be had, the old stuff disappears behind the scenes. However, they are still there – you just have know how to find them.
The Search box on every page lets you type any free-format text, and then hit Enter.
All matches for your words or phrase will be shown as a list of posts, from which you can then pick the one you want. You may have to scroll through the list, depending on what you’ve searched for.
All posts have at least one appropriate Category, for example, Bassetlaw District Council. If you know (roughly) what category the thing you’re after may have been then try selecting it from the Category list.
All posts within the Category you have selected will be shown as a list of posts, from which you can then pick the one you want. Some categories have more posts than others, so you may have to scroll through them.
If you can’t remember what it was about, but know roughly when it was published, then try the Archives. All posts have a published date so, for example, if you know that something appeared around Christmas then try selecting December from the Archive Calendar.
All posts for the month / date you have selected will be shown as a list of posts, from which you can then pick the one you want. Some months have more posts than others, so you may have to scroll through them.