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Police appeal after suspected stolen lambs found

Police appeal after suspected stolen lambs found

Farndale Show

UPDATED WITH RESULTS: Plus 26 photos and report from Farndale Show

Major A64 junction to close for four nights

Major A64 junction to close for four nights

Many grit bins to be removed in North Yorkshire this winter

Many grit bins to be removed in North Yorkshire this winter

Ampleforth Abbey

Chilean monks head for Ampleforth Abbey

Tom Wood

Tom takes on half marathon in memory of his grandad

CCTV image of a woman they would like to speak to in connection a theft

CCTV issued following Scarborough shop theft

Georgie Brough with her daughter Leanne at Malton's latest cafe Mad Hatters Picture: Nigel Holland

Anyone for tea at Malton's new cafe?

Visitor numbers up 10% on North York Moors Railway

Visitor numbers up 10% on North York Moors Railway

Moors bridge named one of England's best.... for Poohsticks

Moors bridge named one of England's best.... for Poohsticks

The right Reverend Dr John Thomson, Bishop of Selby

Bishop of Selby returns to Castle Howard for service

Bunny Hodgkin and her husband Ken with carers Rosie Sansom, Laura Newsham, Martha Callaghan and Scott Caul from the Ryedale Community Response Team who all looked after Bunny at her home after a recent fall. Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Thumbs up for new community service

Coun David Lloyd-Williams: Council facing 'bureaucratic jungle'

Council facing 'bureaucratic jungle' over parking plan

The Milton Rooms in Malton

£10k boost for cash-strapped Milton Rooms

North Yorks Police overspend by £800,000 in one month

North Yorks Police overspend by £800,000 in one month

New bid to tackle rural crime

New bid to tackle rural crime

From left: Howard Rogers of Appledorn Developments, Nick Scott of Andrew Jackson Solicitors, Tony Farmer of JWPCreers,  Brian de Vere of Yorkshire Bank, Paul Hughes of Appledorn and Maple Court developer Tony Gray.

New £5m care home will create 50 jobs

Car driver charged after crash leaves motorcyclist in critical condition

Car driver charged after crash leaves motorcyclist in critical condition

Thornton-le-Dale Scarecrow Festival. Various scarecrows are displayed around the village with the public being able to vote for their favourite. Picture: Harry Atkinson

Festival gives Thornton-le-Dale something to crow about

Austin car at Ryedale Folk Museum

Museum gears up for Morris Minor car rally

Bridget Cousins, dementia support worker, and Liz Redgard, volunteer, who are helping to run Pickering Memory Cafe on the fourth Thursday of the month  Picture: Frank Dwyer

Pickering cafe opens its door to help dementia sufferers

Carlton Towers

New comedy could film in North Yorkshire

Motorists warned about roadworks

Motorists warned about roadworks

Tim Saxby, orchard manager, picking the apples

Core what a bumper crop for Ampleforth Abbey

Sydney Cottage Garden Club founder and secretary, Sue Perkins, with Scotts waitress, Natalie Fielding, tuck into fish and chips served in plant pots

Helmsley fish and chips shop says G'day to Australian visitors

Newburgh Priory

Blooming good event planned for Newburgh Priory

Motorcyclist killed in Norton Yorkshire crash named

Motorcyclist killed in North Yorkshire crash named

Sally Mills (library picture)

School worker and cub leader admits causing death of 21-year-old in A64 crash

Deputy Chief Constable Tim Madgwick

Improved services for crime victims in North Yorkshire

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Princess Anne meets Jessica Burley, Chloe Briody and Georgia Morrill during the opening of Racing Welfare's accommodation in Malton earlier in the year

Housing survey bid to identify horse-racing industry needs

North Yorkshire Police launch Bank Holiday bike safety events

North Yorkshire Police launch Bank Holiday bike safety events

Anne McIntosh MP announces she is to step down as an MP at this General Election, Pictured at Pickering Conservative Club...pic: Anthony Chappel-Ross. (36773106)

Former Ryedale MP has been named as one of 45 new peers in the House of Lords

Pickering borehole reinjection permits granted

Pickering borehole reinjection permit granted

At the launch of the Honest Truth are (from left) Tim Madgwick, Deputy Chief Constable of North Yorkshire Police and chair of 95 Alive; David Clark, North Yorkshire County Council driver training officer; and Phil Whild, group manager for Harrogate and Cr

Campaign launched to keep young drivers safe on North Yorkshire roads

GO-AHEAD: A Spitfire fighter, one of the aircraft which will be taking part in the Elvington Air Show next month

North Yorkshire airshow will still take place

Study reveals parents lack of food knowledge

Study reveals parents lack of food knowledge

Health chiefs issue prescription plea

Health chiefs issue prescription plea

400 miles of roadworks removed for bank holiday weekend

400 miles of roadworks removed for bank holiday weekend

Wentworth Street car park

'I am calling for someone to say sorry' - Wentworth Street car park cost row latest

Liam Miller

Inquest opened into death of Liam Miller

Coun Di Keal

Norton housing plan rejected for second time

Neighbourhood Watch Co-ordinator Terry Wallis (with poster in hand) with Brian Dunn, dog warden for Ryedale District Council and Marton residents

Villagers launch campaign in dog fouling blitz

Winner Alwyne Thorpe

Helmsley in the frame for painting challenge day

Judith Duncan, who has set up her own library in Gillamoor with library users Rebekah, six, and Megan, nine, Pilmoor  Picture: Frank Dwyer

New chapter for book fan Judith

Budi was just one baby that arrived at the centre at the beginning of the year critically ill. He had been kept in a chicken hutch and fed on condensed milk after losing his mother. With the intensive care and dedication of the team he is now able to walk

One woman's mid-life crisis to life-changing trip to Borneo

Sport days during the 1930s and 1940s at Malton Grammar School

Old pictures: Sport days at Malton Grammar School during the 1930s and 1940s

Great Yorkshire Air Show to go ahead

Great Yorkshire Air Show to go ahead

Fracking 'sacrifice zone' claim rejected

Fracking 'sacrifice zone' claim rejected

Councillors and residents, in Norton, protesting about plans at Whitewall Quarry in 2013

'Dark cloud' lifted after Norton quarry plan is rejected

Views sought on Yorkshire devolution plan

Views sought on Yorkshire devolution plan

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