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Pupils’ walk aids charities

Students, teachers and parents from Harrogate’s Ashville College braved torrential downpours to complete its traditional annual 20km sponsored walk and raise more than £11,000 for charity. This year the proceeds of the event, which again saw the...

yesterday, 15:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

Two men stabbed in Harrogate - police linking attacks

TWO men suffered stab injuries i n Harrogate last night  during two attacks which police believe are linked. TWO men suffered stab injuries i n Harrogate last night during two attacks which police believe are linked. Police were called to Unity Grove...

yesterday, 09:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

Making voices heard

Wow! The 8th, 9th and 10th of this month have been some of the most incredible, stand out, memorable days this year. My brother and I jetted off to Dublin for the Special Olympics Europe Eurasia Governance workshop. Here our committee, the Inclusive...

yesterday, 08:34 in Yorkshire & Humber

The power of public speaking

I wasn’t expecting to be mesmerised by the Wetherby Speakers Club, writes columnist Caroline Green. It promised to be a completely new experience for me, as I knew nothing about public speaking, having successfully skirted around the subject all my...

Friday, 15:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

Wetherby road reopens ahead of schedule

Work on to rebuild a wall on a major route in to Wetherby has been finished ahead of schedule. Workmen moved in this summer to repair the wall along Boston Road, that was damaged in the Boxing Day floods of 2015. To allow the works to be completed...

Friday, 13:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Crime Matters column with Supt Paula Booth

For those of you who have been a victim of burglary, you will know first-hand that gut-wrenching feeling of your home and property being violated by strangers. It’s truly sickening and frightening, and it leaves a deep sense of anxiety that can stay...

Friday, 12:02 in Yorkshire & Humber

Motorists warned of long delays as concrete block causes havoc on Yorkshire motorway

The Highways Agency has closed off one lane of the A1 this morning after a large concrete block caused major chaos. Keep up to date with the latest news here...

Friday, 09:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

Invictus Games honour

On September 18 myself and five other retired members of the WRAF embarked on what was to be a most amazing experience, writes Edna Hilditch BEM and Royal British Legion Wetherby branch President. We had all applied to become a volunteer on the...

Friday, 07:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

New jobs as EYG home improvement glazing solutions opens Scarborough showroom and Newark depot

EYG home improvement glazing solutions is creating new jobs across the North as it celebrates the rapid growth of the business including a showroom in Scarborough and a depot in Newark. JOB OPPORTUNITIES: For EYG job vacancies visit...

Thursday, 18:11 in Yorkshire & Humber

Pupils’ top designs on 21st birthday celebrations

The Pavilions of Harrogate are celebrating their 21st birthday and ran a competition for local students asking for designs for a card to mark the occasion. The winner was Olivia Hawksworth in 8S at St Aidan’s. The judges were also so impressed with...

Thursday, 14:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Meet the inspirational Harrogate teacher defying her terminal diagnosis

Former Harrogate teacher, Dr Barbara Hibbert is defying the odds. Last October she was given six months to live, but one year on and she’s still working with some of the UK’s most challenging schools, volunteering with various organisations and...

Thursday, 13:14 in Yorkshire & Humber

Fog warning issued across Yorkshire as Met Office warn commuters to take extra care on roads

Motorists in Yorkshire are being warned to take extra care this morning as the region is covered in a blanket of fog. The Met Office has issued a warning which covers the whole of the county... here is what we know.

Thursday, 12:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man dies on Harrogate railway line after being hit by train

A man has died after being hit by a train in Harrogate, but police say they are not treating his death as suspicious. The British Transport Police (BTP) said officers were called to Harrogate station "following reports of a person being struck by...

Thursday, 10:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Railway line re-opened in Harrogate after emergency incident on tracks

Fire crews, ambulance staff and several police cars were seen dealing with an incident by the railway line in Harrogate last night (October 18). At around 10pm police and fire crews were seen on Skipton Road and a train heading to Leeds had been...

Thursday, 10:03 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sandringham Park shines in top awards

A Wetherby park that was blighted by vandalism and anti-social behaviour has been shortlisted for two national awards. Sandringham Park is in the running for the Groundworks Best Contribution to Community Cohesion Award and the Fields in Trust UK’s...

Thursday, 08:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

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