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Inspectors tell York Hospital: Must do better

Inspectors tell York Hospital: Must do better

Mackenzy Teare  Picture: Ross Parry

Boy, 9, is set on fire in bath

Rev Peter Robinson (Vicar) and Michael Stallybrass (Lay Reader) start the preparations for the Open Day

Malton church throws open its doors

Bags of kindness needed from Helmsley

Bags of kindness needed from Helmsley

Castle Howard to host final fair

Castle Howard to host final fair

Paul Middleton has been named as one of six finalists for the UK Worker of the Year 2015 title

North Yorkshire Moors Railway engineer is one of UK's top six workers

Businesswoman in court over death of launderette manager

Businesswoman in court over death of launderette manager

Guy Metcalfe, four, dies after year-long battle with leukaemia

Brave Guy, four, dies after year-long battle with leukaemia

Robert Fuller's award-winning photo

'It was an explosive moment. My camera captured some astonishing images too quick for the human eye'

One of the potholes

Driver demands compensation from county council after his car is damaged by potholes

Cammy Clark, five, getting ready for Huttons Ambos apple events on October 17    Picture: David Harrison

A-ppealing event planned for Huttons Ambo

Ryedale School pupil Jodie Sunley, who has gained a place in the foundation year of the CAT (Centre for Advanced Training)   Picture: Nigel Holland

Jodie jumps for joys after ballet success

An exploration drilling site

Anti-fracking campaigners call for MP to opppose plan

The new student leadership team at Norton College    Picture: Anthony Chappel-Ross

New student leadership team leads the way at Norton College

Flamingo Land is Ryedale's top location for repeat crimes, figures released by the police reveal

Police reveal Ryedale's top location for repeat crimes


Graham Gibbons escaped uninjured from a dramatic fall at Catterick

Racing tips: That'll be the Dai at Nottingham

HIGHLIGHT: Master Carpenter, ridden by Phillip Makin, wins the 56th John Smith's Cup at York Racecourse Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Phillip Makin and David O'Meara in the hotseat as York Racecourse season comes to an end

IMMENSELY PROUD: Yorkshire captain Andrew Gale

Captain Andrew Gale named next Yorkshire beneficiary

Trainer Mark Johnston has saddled a string of two-year-old winners this season

New Caledonia can be two good at Catterick

Jack Garritty will be looking to add to his tally of winners

Apprentice Jack hopes to come up trumps with Ormskirk

Jockey Paul Hanagan has strong claims aboard Khareer at Ascot

Pin Up can pin down win for Fahey and Moore

FRONT-RUNNER: Mayfair Lady wins for Richard Fahey at York

Fahey looking for another Saturday special

Picture by Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com - 03/08/2015 - Cricket - Royal London One-Day Cup - Yorkshire County Cricket Club v Leicestershire County Cricket Club - Headingley Cricket Ground, Leeds, England - Yorkshire's Tim Bresnan hits out. (40588400)

Bresnan praises coach Gillespie for his champion contribution

BAT MAN: Jonny Bairstow averaged 92.33 during a stunning County Championship campaign

Bairstow adds to Yorkshire honours

Jockey Frankie Dettori, right, has strong claims aboard Afjaan at Beverley

Afjaan can make it third-time lucky at Beverley for Dettori

Matthew Fisher, celebrating a five-wicket haul on his T20 debut for Yorkshire, is soon hoping to play more of a part in their Championship side

Teenage paceman hoping for Yorkshire starring role

Jack Garritty has every chance of victory at Nottingham

Jan tipped to Hoof it at Nottingham

Graham Lee has the ride on Rock On Bollinski

Bollinski backed to Rock On at Ayr

Jack Leaning, who has won the Cricket Writers' Club's Young Player of the Year award, has been inspired by fellow CWC award winner Jonny Bairstow

Cricket Writers' Club honour York duo Leaning and Bairstow

National Sport

Chelsea and Arsenal players clashed in their meeting at Stamford Bridge last month.

Chelsea and Arsenal both fined by FA following stormy Stamford Bridge encounter

Steven Finn still has a chance of figuring in the first Test against Pakistan

England's Steven Finn expects to be overlooked for first Test against Pakistan

Football Association chairman Greg Dyke will give evidence to MPs on the FA's backing for Michel Platini at a parliamentary hearing in two weeks' time.

Greg Dyke to give evidence at parliamentary hearing

Harlequins boss Conor O'Shea has backed Chris Robshaw, pictured, to retain the England captaincy

Conor O'Shea stands by his man Chris Robshaw to carry on as England skipper


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