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Sea cadets on parade at Cenotaph

Scarborough Sea Cadets had a weekend to remember for the rest of their lives as they travelled to London for the National November Ceremonies. The 36 cadets and 12 staff enjoyed a fun-packed schedule with Sunday’s parade at the Cenotaph in front of the Q

today, 11:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

Town centre takeaway could have licence revoked

Scarborough councillors are being asked to revoke the licence of a town centre takeaway after allegations that it repeatedly stayed open past its permitted hours. Samanta in St Thomas Street was visited by police officers in August and September who foun

yesterday, 13:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

‘When, not if’ - Tour de France will return to Yorkshire, says director

Christian Prudhomme, the director of the Tour de France, has said it is a case of “when, not if” the race will return to Yorkshire in the future. And Sir Gary Verity, chief executive at Welcome to Yorkshire and mastermind behind the boom of cycling in Yo

yesterday, 11:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scarborough will host finish of first day of Tour de Yorkshire

Scarborough will once again host the dramatic conclusion to a day's racing in the Tour de Yorkshire. It was announced this morning that the first leg of the 2017 tour on Friday April 28 will start in Bridlington and end in Scarborough. The race takes the

Friday, 15:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bereaved mum launched a prolonged attack on taxi-driver

A bereaved mum launched a prolonged attack on a taxi-driver after he had tried to find her a cash machine so she could pay her fare. Chesterfield magistrates’ court heard how booze-fuelled Lucy Beresford, 39, of Nelson Close, Middleton-by-Wirksworth, att

Friday, 15:21 in Yorkshire & Humber

Five top tips for a perfect Christmas

Here motivational coach and speaker Jane Mann provides five tips for a perfect Christmas. Jane Mann, who left school without qualifications but worked to become senior vice president at the Bank of America, now holds group coaching sessions and writes ar

Friday, 13:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Revealed: Full route for 2017 Tour de Yorkshire cycle race

THE 2017 Tour de Yorkshire will finish with the toughest stage in the race’s brief history, it was announced today. The three-day race will conclude on April 30 with a 194.5-kilometre stage from Bradford to Fox Valley near Sheffield including eight categ

Friday, 13:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

Royal Mail Christmas posting dates - make sure your cards arrive on time!

It’s not just Santa who spreads festive cheer at Christmas time, Royal Mail does too! Posties deliver millions of cards and Christmas presents every year in the UK and senders will need to pay attention to the Royal Mail’s Christmas posting schedule if t

Friday, 13:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

High Tides - December 2nd - December 9th

SCARBOROUGH FRI 02 05.32am 17.41pm 5.6(m) SAT 03 06.07am 18.14pm 5.5(m) SUN 04 06.45am 18.51pm 5.4(m) MON 05 07.27am 19.34pm 5.2(m) TUE 06 08.18am 20.27pm 5.1(m) WED 07 09.19am 21.31pm 4.9(m) THU 08 10.30am 22.43pm 5.0(m) FRI 09 11.42am 23.54pm 5.1(m)

Friday, 11:11 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bank staff take a dip for Children in Need

Staff from Lloyds bank in Scarborough braved the cold North Sea when they took on a sponsored swim challenge for Children in Need. The brave swimmers raised £1,600 including matched funding from Lloyds and would like to thank all of their customers who h

Friday, 10:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

New volunteer police cadet unit opens in Scarborough

Twenty-one young people from the Scarborough area have begun the first stages of their Volunteer Police Cadet career. North Yorkshire Police’s first Scarborough Volunteer Police Cadet Unit opened last week, providing local youngsters with an opportunity

Friday, 08:02 in Yorkshire & Humber

TV chef joins GMP’s Christmas campaign

An award-winning TV chef is joining Greater Manchester Police’s 2016 Christmas campaign, giving tips on how to create the perfect recipe for a safe and happy Christmas. Adam Reid, one of the winners of this year’s Great British Menu has backed the Forces

Thursday, 16:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Song for Christmas: search on for entries

Last year, many schools around the Scarborough area submitted their wonderful video performances of pupils singing their festive tunes. These were available to watch on our websites in the run-up to Christmas, to the great joy of schools, parents and our

Thursday, 16:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Best-seller Joanna Trollope and Alan Johnson to star at Books by the Beach

Best-selling author Joanna Trollope, politician Alan Johnson and crime writer Ann Cleeves are some of the top name heading to town. They are in the line-up for the fourth Books by the Beach festival which will run from Wednesday April 26 to Monday May 1

Thursday, 11:46 in Yorkshire & Humber

Car crashes into property

A car crashed into a property in a Scarborough road this morning. North Yorkshire Police said officers were called at 9.25am to Springhill Road. A Citroen Xsara had caused damage to the property but there no injuries to anyone in the car.

Wednesday, 16:14 in Yorkshire & Humber

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