MP makes fresh plea for fuel cut in rural areas

Gazette & Herald: POLITICAL CHANGE: Thirsk and Malton MP Anne Mcintosh

9:02am Saturday 25th October 2014

RYEDALE MP Anne McIntosh has called again for a fuel price cut for her rural constituents.

Teenage girls approached by man

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire Police - zxc

10:17am Saturday 25th October 2014

TWO teenage girls were approached by a man on their way to school near York this week.

TV chef cooks tasty treat for steel workers

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9:01am Saturday 25th October 2014

TV PUB chef Tom Kerridge has paid a visit to a steelworks near Easingwold to recreate a traditional American dish.

Stars of TV and cinema in York for new film set in the 70s

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11:12am Friday 24th October 2014

A TERRACED street in York has been taken back in time to the 1970s for the filming of a new movie.

Four arrests made under Operation Hawk

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire Police - zxc

10:24am Friday 24th October 2014

FOUR men have been arrested and drugs have been seized in a day of police action under Operation Hawk.

Wild Yorkshire art exhibition picks out best beasts

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10:29am Thursday 23rd October 2014

AN art exhibition celebrating the wealth of wildlife to be found in Yorkshire opens in Thixendale, North Yorkshire, on November 8.

Archbishop of York 'deeply ashamed' at church's handling of child abuse allegations - UPDATED

Gazette & Herald: Archbishop of York, Dr John Sentamu

11:30am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A 13-YEAR-OLD chorister was abused during visits to the York home of a former cathedral dean, an inquiry report has revealed.

Committee gives the go-ahead for North coast energy park

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10:55am Thursday 23rd October 2014

The decision by a Joint Parliamentary Committee to clear the way for the multi-million pound Able Marine Energy Park on the South Bank of the Humber has been described as "brilliant news".

Castle Howard's avenue of trees and Stray Walls on 'at risk register'

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10:26am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE stately avenue of lime trees at Castle Howard has been identified as at risk in a new register published by English Heritage.

19 cars come off rally track following suspected sabotage

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire Police - zxc

9:29am Thursday 23rd October 2014

POLICE are calling for rallygoers to help them investigate a possible case of sabotage at a Dalby Forest car rally which led to 19 cars coming off the track.

Royal approval for Hovingham market

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10:04am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Hovingham Village Market has been awarded the Duke of York’s community initiative award. The chairman of the market Professor Martin Bell received the award from the Duke at a ceremony at the Magna Science and Adventure Centre in Rotherham.

Fire brigade issue Bonfire Night warnings

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9:56am Thursday 23rd October 2014

North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service wants everyone to remember bonfire night for the right reasons, with everyone having a safe and enjoyable time.

Road closed after accident

Gazette & Herald: Police - zxc

9:34am Thursday 23rd October 2014

Emergency services are at the scene of a serious collision in Oatlands Drive in Harrogate.

Hotels boss hit by driving ban

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11:08am Thursday 23rd October 2014

THE managing director of the Skelwith Group of hotel and property companies has been banned from driving after police clocked him doing 100 mph on the A1 in North Yorkshire.

Social worker struck off for improper relationship

Gazette & Herald: Scales - zxc

7:55am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A SOCIAL worker has been struck off after admitting to an inappropriate sexual relationship with a vulnerable adult.

Boiler explodes in farmhouse near Easingwold

Gazette & Herald: fire engine north yorkshire service - zxc

8:55am Thursday 23rd October 2014

A BOILER exploded when a fire broke out in a farmhouse off Rookery Lane, Crayke, near Easingwold, but no-one was injured.

April's Disney dreams come true

Gazette & Herald: Members of House Martin's Day Nursery, Malton who took part in a sponsored assault  course challenge in aid of April Benton (pictured)   (L-R), Julie Twamley, Julie Smith, Audrey Wilson, Emma O'Dwyer, Amy King and Amanda Beecham   Picture : Frank

1:51pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A LITTLE girl with an extremely rare condition is to fulfil a dream to meet her favourite Disney characters thanks to the generosity of local people.

Railway crossing closure warning

Gazette & Herald: CONCERNS FLOODing IN: The railway crossing between Malton and Norton that will be closed for various works over a two-month periodPicture Frank Dwyer

1:29pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

MAINTENANCE work which will close the level crossing between Norton and Malton is due to start this weekend.

Royal approval for mountain rescue team

Gazette & Herald: The Duke of York presenting a cheque for £1000 to Ian Hugill of Scarborough and Ryedale MRT

1:05pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

SCARBOROUGH and Ryedale Mountain Rescue has received £1,000 by the Duke of York’s Community Initiative's Innovation Fund.

‘End doubt over asphalt plant plans’

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire County Council logo - zxc

1:02pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A PLANNING for an asphalt plant at Whitewall Quarry in Norton has been deferred for the ninth time for further submissions to be considered.

Gladman housing plan inquiry to start

Gazette & Herald: Ryedale District Council logo - zxc

1:00pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN inquiry in to the decision to reject a controversial 225-home development starts on Tuesday.

Firm unveils investment in leisure centres

Gazette & Herald: The extension to Pickering swimming pool to provide a new 40-station gym

12:36pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE NEW firm which has taken over the operation of three leisure centres in Ryedale has announced plans to extend the gym facilities.

Rescuers are praised after pulling woman from River Ouse

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12:06pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

TWO MEN who rescued a woman from the River Ouse have been praised by police.

Winter scheme offers help to the elderly

Gazette & Herald: Winchester CAB calls for better support over benefit changes

11:38am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

RYEDALE Citizens Advice Bureau is running a special initiative to help older people prepare for winter.

Art project launched to draw in young voters

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11:31am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

YOUNG people are being encouraged to get involved with local democracy by taking part in a new arts project.

Half-term family fun on offer

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11:37am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

FROM treasure hunts to spooky crafts, there is plenty happening in the North York Moors for half-term.

Gold stars for Ryedale food and drink companies

Gazette & Herald: ORCHARD HARVEST: Julia Medforth, of Raithorpe Manor Fine Foods, with a bottle of the award-winning damson port

11:17am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

RYEDALE food and drinks companies have been flying the flag for Yorkshire in this year’s Great Taste Awards, beating off competition from thousands of entrants to secure coveted gold stars.

Witness appeal after car damaged in hit-and-run

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire Police - zxc

11:13am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

POLICE are appealing for information after a car was damaged by another vehicle which failed to stop.

School wins national award for geography teaching

Gazette & Herald: Malton School have won a national geography award   (l-r), Olive Ferguson , Steephanie Bramley, Jamie Knaggs, Helen Wilson (teacher), Jake Liversage   Picture Frank Dwyer (11214210)

11:13am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

MALTON School has won a prestigious national award in recognition of its geography teaching and learning.

Whitby couple’s running total for hospice

Gazette & Herald: Tim and Sarah Richardson who were challenged to do the Great North Run raising  nearly £1,000 for the hospice which supported two people close to them.

11:13am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A COUPLE of novice runners have raised nearly £1,000 for the hospice which supported two people close to them.

New scheme to cut fuel bills

Gazette & Herald: Ryedale District Council logo - zxc

11:09am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

RESIDENTS who use oil as their main heating source could save money on their bills as part of a new scheme.

Hospice plea for volunteers

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11:01am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN URGENT appeal has been made for volunteers to support patients at a Ryedale day hospice.

Malton cemetery project leaves lasting memorial

Gazette & Herald: Presentation to the Mayor of Malton, Joan Lawrence , of the New CD of memorial inscriptions of Malton Cemetery by Janice Wood , Vice Chair of the Ryedale Family History Group with (l-R), Nid Bridges, Ana Richards and Norman Bridges : Picture Frank Dwyer (

11:01am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN EXTENSIVE project to record over 2,500 memorial inscriptions in Malton cemetery has been completed by a local history group.

Milkshake shop opens in Malton

Gazette & Herald: Thalia Counsell who has opened  Moobies Milkshake shop in Newbiggin, Malton  :  Picture Frank Dwyer (11482780)

10:30am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

CHOCOLATE lovers will now be able to enjoy their favourite chocolate bar in a different way thanks to a new milkshake shop in Malton.

Personal trainer to open Pickering gym

Gazette & Herald: Personal fitness trainer Peter Nelson at his studio in Pickering.Pic:Nigel Holland (11317767)

10:27am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A PERSONAL trainer who will soon attempt to row the distance of 20 major lakes in Britain has set up his own gym with a difference.

TV presenter supports Castle Howard Christmas fair

Gazette & Herald: Nick Hewer

10:24am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

TELEVISION presenter Nick Hewer is supporting this year's NSPCC Christmas fair.

Howardian Hills Photographic Competition launched

Gazette & Herald: John Grimshaw,Liz Bassindale(right correct) and Maggie Farey who are organising the AONB photo competition at the Arboretum Castle Howard.Pic:Nigel Holland (11060573)

10:23am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

KEEN amateur photographers are being offered the opportunity to capture the special qualities of the Howardian Hills in a new competition.

Dickens audio book to raise funds for festive lights

Gazette & Herald: An audio book version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol  has gone on sale to raise funds for the town's festive light and help push a seasonal festival for 2015.

10:11am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN AUDIO book version of Charles Dickens' A Christmas Carol has gone on sale to raise funds for the town's festive lights and help push a seasonal festival for 2015.

Delays to Helmsley Market Place facelift

Gazette & Herald: The market square in Helmsley

9:29am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN environmental facelift for Helmsley Market Place will not be carried out this year, members of the town council have been told.

Ryedale obesity problems revealed in report

Gazette & Herald: 'A third of adults across the world are overweight'

9:27am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

OBESITY is a major problem in Ryedale, it has been revealed in a major new report on the health of North Yorkshire residents.

NHS trust leads by flu example

Gazette & Herald: File photo dated 07/12/10 of an NHS logo. Social enterprises are being allowed to take over £900 million of NHS services without safeguards to ensure they save the taxpayer money and will not go bust, a watchdog has warned. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

9:27am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

AN NHS trust is leading by example in a campaign to make sure its staff and patients are protected from flu.

Village spells out its wish-list for the future

Gazette & Herald: POSS PIC OF THE WEEK?Two remote farms in Farndale are lit up in the spring sunshine.pic: Anthony Chappel-Ross (11577598)

9:15am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

VILLAGERS in Farndale have spelt out their aspirations for the future.

Conference looks at Malton's Roman past

Gazette & Herald: Speakers at the Romans in Ryedale and Beyond conference held in the Milton Rooms on Saturday. Pictured front fom left are Patrick Ottaway, Rachel Wood, Peter Addyman and Peter Halkon. Bk from left are Steve Roskams, Rob Collins, Roger Ling, Paula Wavel an

1:08pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A CONFERENCE looking at the area's Roman past was held at the Milton Rooms in Malton on Saturday.

Man charged with causing death by careless driving

Gazette & Herald: Scales - zxc

1:01pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A MAN appeared in court yesterday charged with causing death by careless driving.

Woman injured in Castle Howard car crash

Gazette & Herald: North Yorkshire Police - zxc

12:36pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A WOMAN was injured and taken to hospital after her car lended up in a ditch near Castle Howard.

Buildings saved for posterity

Gazette & Herald: A call has been made for affordable homes in the North York Moors National Park

12:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

LATEST figures from the North York Moors National Park Authority at Helmsley show that since 2012 some 29 listed buildings have been removed from the "at risk" register.

Respected joiner Peter Thompson dies

Gazette & Herald: LEGACY: Peter Thompson, who has died

12:30pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE chairman of a York joinery company has died after a two and a half year struggle with cancer.

Farmer denies setting bird trap on farmland

Gazette & Herald: Scales - zxc

11:45am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

A RYEDALE farmer yesterday denied setting a trap to injure wild birds following a surveillance operation by the RSPB on the land.

Lifesavers’ volunteer appeal

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12:33pm Wednesday 22nd October 2014

THE Royal National Lifeboat Institution (RNLI) is looking for volunteers to join its Malton Fundraising Guild.

£5k boost for hospice shop from war weekend

Gazette & Herald: Railway remebers: Colin and Peter Taylor enjoy the Pickering War Weekend.

11:25am Wednesday 22nd October 2014

VOLUNTEERS at St Catherine’s Hospice shop, in Pickering, are celebrating after the Railway in Wartime weekend brought in thousands of pounds for patient care.

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