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The benefits of an aspirin a day really do outweigh the risks, according to new research. Although regular use of the drug increases the risk of stomach bleeds by about a half, there is no valid evidence these are fatal, say scientists. But a daily pill
A Bridlington woman who subjected 11 horses to shocking neglect has been barred from keeping equines for a decade. Jacqueline Hill, of Haslemere Avenue, appeared before Scarborough Magistrates’ Court on Wednesday (30 November). RSPCA inspector Karen Colm
A former Bridlington woman has written a book about her life in the East Riding area. Amanda Pilz has penned an autobiography covering her traumatic childhood and the long-term effects of a family breakdown. She also offers hope and encouragement to peop
The 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will begin in Bridlington. Just like the first race two years ago, the three-day event will begin outside The Spa on Friday, April 28. We’ve worked hard to design a course which showcases Yorkshire’s stunning scenery as well as
Your guide to what's one the big screen across the region this week. Pocklington Arts Centre 01759 301547 Inferno: Fri, Sat, Tue: 19.30; Britain on Film. Railways: Mon: 19.30, Tue: 13.00 . Bridlington Forum 01262 676767 Moana: Mon - Thur: 13.30, 16.30, S
The Bridlington Sports Awards are back - and entries are open now. We are looking to highlight the star performers from our area and reward the dedicated volunteers who go the extra mile to support local sport. The trophies will be handed out at a ceremo
A large bowl of Kellogg’s Frosties can contain NINE TEASPOONS of sugar - the same as a can of fizzy drink, a survey shows. Almost six in ten breakfast cereals (58 per cent) are too sweet - with a shocking difference in levels found in the SAME brand depe
Parents admit they would struggle to identify the signs of meningitis, spot if their child was being bullied - or even perform CPR on a baby or child, a study has found. Millions also lack confidence in how to feed their newborn and how to monitor their
Witnesses to a violent assault outside a Bridlington nightclub last night are being urged to contact police. Detectives are appealing for independent witnesses following the assault outside Utopia at around 4am on Sunday (November 27). Police say two men
Homeowners are being urged to be on their guard as cold weather threatens to spark a plague of rats over Christmas. Weather forecasters expect a polar vortex from the Arctic to send temperatures plummeting in the next few weeks. And pest experts fear a c
A Christmas Festival of Food and Drink will see more than 60 food and drink stalls show off the best of seasonal local produce. The event will take place at Beverley Minster from 10am to 3.30pm and will feature Christmas flower arranging, cooking demonst
East Riding of Yorkshire Council is investing its pension fund into firms that manufacture weapons, a councillor has revealed. Cllr Andy Strangeway, who is a ward councillor for Pockilington Provincial, says the council’s pension fund is being invested i
A new East Riding College student art project has taken inspiration from Bridlington’s Victorian past. The Victorian era was part of Bridlington’s heyday and saw the completion of the South Pier, the opening of the Spa and the introduction of donkey ride
Barclays is rolling out contactless cash withdrawals across the UK, becoming the first British bank to allow customers to withdraw money without inserting their bank cards. Customers will be able to take out up to £100 at in-branch cash machines just by
Bridlington Spa hosted a special evening of entertainment as part of the BBC’s Children In Need appeal. The highlight of the night was when more than 200 Bridlington schoolchildren formed part of a national choir which performed for millions of TV viewer
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