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Gas supply in Withernsea may not be restored until Monday

Residents of a Yorkshire coastal town could face another night without heating. Northern Gas Networks confirmed that there was no guarantee Withernsea's gas supply would be restored before Monday after water entered the pipeline on Saturday evening. The

yesterday, 16:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

Interns wanted at RSPB sites

The RSPB is looking for people in Yorkshire with a passion for wildlife to join its 2017 volunteer internship programme. The Volunteer Visitor Experience Internship provides the chance for anyone wanting to gain experience in a visitor-related job in con

Saturday, 08:24 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Grain column with Emma Croft

Following a quiet few days as the trade slowly returned to work last week, normality appears to have resumed this week and the value of old crop UK feed wheat appears to be on the rise. Old crop feed wheat for spot collection is currently trading in the

Friday, 19:10 in Yorkshire & Humber

Warning over animal charity scam

Fraud and cybercrime experts are warning the public to be on their guard, following reports of social media platforms are being used to attract members of the public to donate money to animal welfare charities overseas that do not exist. The National Fra

Friday, 12:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

Slideshow: Early morning snow hits east coast

The East coast woke up to a carpeting of snow this morning as an Arctic blast swept the country. Here, we showcase some of your photographic efforts in our snow-themed slideshow.

Friday, 12:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

Tidal surge still expected this afternoon

Residents of Yorkshire's coastal towns are being warned to stay on alert for flooding later today. Although the expected surge from this morning's high tide did not occur, the Environment Agency has warned there is the possibility of tidal flooding at 4p

Friday, 12:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

READERS’ PHOTOS: Bridlington wakes up to snow

Friday the 13th was unlucky if you are not a fan of the winter weather, as Bridlington woke up to a covering of snow. After a dusting overnight, a heavier flurry fell from 7am, leading to attractive scenes across the area, but difficult driving condition

Friday, 09:31 in Yorkshire & Humber

UPDATE: Bridlington escapes flooding after morning’s high tide

East Riding of Yorkshire Council has operational teams to Bridlington ahead of this afternoon’s high tide. Staff, vehicles and equipment, including sandbags and pumps, have been deployed to the harbour area, with further resources on standby at the counc

Friday, 09:31 in Yorkshire & Humber

Tyre check warning to region’s motorists

Safety charity TyreSafe is urging motorists across East Yorkshire to ensure their tyres are suitable for the adverse driving conditions. The last time Britain experienced heavy snowfalls and record low temperatures was the winter of 2010/2011 – and long

Thursday, 16:05 in Yorkshire & Humber

Headlands School in touch with world of work

Headlands School has launched its very own window on the world of work thanks to a grant from the Bridlington Renaissance Partnership. Students can use new touch-screen technology at the school to find out more about career pathways, local opportunities

Thursday, 16:05 in Yorkshire & Humber

Flood alert issued for Bridlington

A flood alert has been issued for Bridlington seafront over the next 24 hours. The Environment Agency has said: “Strong northerly winds may result in wave action and windblown spray during this period, with large waves possible increasing towards peak sp

Thursday, 15:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Head to leave ‘amazing’ school

The search is on for a new headteacher at Bridlington School, after Sarah Pashley announced she is moving on. She is leaving to become principal at Ron Dearing UTC in Hull, a brand new school which is sponsored by high-profile businesses and will special

Thursday, 13:42 in Yorkshire & Humber

Magical event for fans of Harry Potter books

It will be Hogwarts hour at Bridlington’s two libraries next month. Both are holding Harry Potter Book Night events on Thursday, February 2, with sessions featuring activities, readings and games exploring the adventures of the young sorcerer. The sessio

Wednesday, 19:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

THE RELUCTANT RUNNER: The threat of diabetes in a decade

It seems many things which terrify me begin with a ‘d’. Dentists, driving, death...and you can add diabetes to that list after I met Keren Miller, who works as a diabetes specialist dietician. Following on from Harry the Health Trainers’ revelation that

Wednesday, 13:25 in Yorkshire & Humber

University students urged to get vaccinated against meningitis and septicaemia

Public Health England (PHE) are urging all new university students to get vaccinated against deadly meningococcal disease. The appeal comes after the latest PHE figures showed that less than a third (29.5%) of all young people leaving school last summer

Wednesday, 12:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

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