News from Scarborough Evening News
Senior Tory councillor Mike Jordan joins Yorkshire Party in protest at Government’s devolution stance
A senior Conservative councillor has quit and joined the Yorkshire Party in protest at Ministers’ handling of the ongoing devolution saga, The Yorkshire Post can reveal. Mike Jordan, who has served on Selby District Council since 2007, and on North...
Fire crews from across North Yorkshire were called to a barn fire near Scarborough today. Crews from Whitby, Scarborough and Filey used two hose reels to put out the blaze at the building in Harwood Dale along with ceiling hooks, pitch forks and farm...
North Yorkshire vet paralysed in bull attack vows to walk again as rescue mission features in TV series
A vet is planning to do a sponsored walk using a zimmer frame in aid of two organisations that helped him when he was left paralysed after a bull he was treating attacked him. Chris Cundall, 63, was called to a farm close to his Scarborough practice...
Although travelling to tropical countries can be exciting, it always carries some risk of potentially falling ill. For the most part, getting sick on holiday is usually limited to a dodgy stomach bug, but in some cases this can be a lot more serious....
More than 12 million British nationals visit Spain every year, and although most visits are trouble-free, the Foreign Office is now warning visitors about the risk of ‘balconing’. What is ‘balconing’? ‘Balconing’ involves the act of jumping into into...
Welsh rock band Stereophonics thrilled the crowd at Scarborough's Open Air Theatre last night as the theatre's barnstorming summer season continues. The band, who have notched up six number one albums, were preceded by support acts Atlantic Machine...
For centuries dock leaves have been used by many as a simple way to stop the pain of nettle stings, but do they actually help or is it simply a placebo effect? There are numerous home remedies which all claim to be the best way to cure nettle stings,...
SCARBOROUGH Take a look at this week's high tide times for Scarborough: FRI 20 10.42 23.31 4.8(m) SAT 21 11.49 00.37 4.7(m) SUN 22 12.57 ***** 4.8(m) MON 23 01.40 14.01 4.8(m) TUE 24 02.36 14.56 4.8(m) WED 25 03.23 15.44 4.9(m) THU 26 04.05 16.27...
Businesses in Helmsley are shouting out about some of their ideas as they celebrate this weekend’s town crier competition. The Helmsley Invitational National Town Criers Competition for The Magna Carta Trophy, on Saturday (21 July), is the first to be...
A former Pickering town clerk has been jailed for 17 years for raping a teenager in the 1990s – while he was a teacher at a top school. James Andrew Husband, known as Andrew, has been found guilty of and sentenced for five counts of indecent assault...
School’s out for summer and the team behind West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s £60m CityConnect programme are encouraging more people to cycle and walk during the holidays. At 14km the award-winning CityConnect Bradford Leeds Cycle Superhighway is...
Scarborough Seafest is celebrating its 20th anniversary, this weekend, with a fun-filled maritime-themed weekend. The three-day event at South Bay will give visitors a chance to dive into years of fishing history in the North East alongside more than...
Will the weather in Yorkshire this weekend be bright and sunny or bleak and grey? Here’s the weather forecast for Yorkshire over the next three days. In general, temperatures will still be warm, reaching peaks of around 24C, with it also feeling quite...
120th Bishop Wilton Show Top of Garrowby Hill (post code YO42 1TD) Attractions at the show this Saturday (21 July) include the usual classes, children’s sports, a fun dog show, stunt bike riding, horse classes, tug of war, vintage car display and...
The winner of crime writing’s most wanted accolade, the Theakston Old Peculier Crime Novel of the Year, will be announced in Harrogate today. The shortlisted six were whittled down from a longlist of 18 titles. They are: Mick Herron: Spook Street Val...
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- 23:26 Novichok victim Charlie Rowley leaves hospital
- 23:26 Khalid Ali: Westminster plot bomb-maker jailed for life
- 23:26 UK weather: Driest start to summer on modern record
- 23:26 Michel Barnier questions Theresa May's Brexit White Paper
- 23:25 Mortgage misery: The homeowners facing repossession
- 23:25 Six ways China could retaliate in a trade war
- 23:25 Smart meters to cut energy bills by just £11, say MPs
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- 06:47 Gareth Shaw: If you’re not claiming marriage allowance, why not?
- 06:47 Susan Dalgety: Embrace legacy of Otis and Elvis in the name of freedom
- 06:47 Child-friendly gigs praised by parents
- 06:47 Brian Wilson: There’s a sinister side to Sturgeon’s new Catalan friend
- 06:47 Rare 50p coin sells for staggering £840 on eBay
- 06:47 Stephen Jardine: I was wrong about the future of restaurants
- 06:47 Watch: Moment police raid Nuneaton home and find thousands of...
- 06:47 Thatcher ‘Eurosceptic’ speech was never meant to be anti-EU,...
- 06:47 Foreign Secretary calls on Nato members to increase defence spending
- 06:47 MPs visit farm to highlight ‘crisis’ of berry picker shortage
- 06:47 Brian Wilson: The weakness of May and Corbyn has been exposed
- 06:47 John McLellan: The blood on the Brexit carpet can’t be ignored
- 06:47 Johnny Vegas reveals dramatic weight loss after split from wife
- 06:47 Jane Bradley: The sad end of this sporting life
- 06:47 Leader comment: Girl Guide badges to include actual Moon-walking?
- 06:47 This is when all the new Cathedral Lanes restaurants are opening
- 06:47 Girlguides ditch home making for mixology in culture change
- 06:47 Long-term CJD survivor at centre of legal protection battle
- 06:47 Person injured 'by falling object' near Coventry city centre - recap
- 06:47 Now That’s What I Call Music! hits 100th edition
- 06:47 Watch: Rare 200mph supercar cruises along M40