Paul Jude Hardy (born October 18, 1942) is an American attorney from Baton Rouge, in the U.S. state of Louisiana, who was the first Republican to have been elected lieutenant governor of the U.S. state of Louisiana since Reconstruction. He served in the second-ranking post under Governor Buddy Roemer from to
[This is Nottingham] - They rang the parish council and were told the land was owned by farmer John Hardy and his brother, who then gave permission to dig up the pipe. The next day, they hired a mini digger, returned to the pipe and set to work. Sections of the piping came
[The Guardian] - "I'm glad we are getting our hands dirty and not just shutting ourselves away in our churches on Sundays," says Open Door's chairman, the Rev John Hardy. Suffolk closed six of its 17 recycling centres. So far only Newmarket has been "saved"
[CTV.ca] - On Sunday, Forbis and Tilby plan to walk the red carpet in dresses made by Calgary designer Paul Hardy and get their hair and makeup done by a stylist they've already enlisted. Their publicist has advised them to bring energy bars to the show
[This is Nottingham] - Paul Hardy died at Lowdham Grange prison on January 13 aged 51. He was serving 12 years for his part in a multi-million pound operation which flooded Notts with class A drugs. Gary Hardy, who is serving 20 years at Full Sutton jail in Yorkshire
[Mansfield Chad] - Paul Hardy was a key figure in the trial which also saw his brother and 'drugs general' Gary given a 20-year term. He died at Nottingham's Queen's Medical Centre on 13th January. An inquest last week was told the 51-year-old suffered a haemorrhage
[Mansfield Chad] - In this week's top story, we report on the death of Paul Hardy, member of the notorious Ashfield drugs clan headed by his brother, Gary. We also report on the shocking news children as young as nine have been banned from local schools over booze.