FA Vase: Wimborne Town 1, Pickering Town 2
A FLOCK of sheep worth thousands of pounds has been rustled from a remote Ryedale farm.
CARERS need to ensure that they know their rights and take the necessary steps to boost their pension, Minister for Pensions Reform Stephen Timms said.
Deliciouslyorkshire, the brand for food and drink from Yorkshire & Humber, has launched its first book, The Guide to Deliciouslyorkshire Food and Drink.
Restaurateurs in a village are offering a reward for diners who got engaged on Valentine's Day.
Businesses across Yorkshire and Humberside are being given the opportunity to improve their relationship with the media through the launch of a new series of public relations training courses.
A new concept is to be launched offering accompanied trips and holidays for those requiring a fully experienced caring companion.
Scarborough's key cultural businesses, organisations and institutions have met to discuss a proposal to move culture and creative industries centre stage in the renaissance and economic regeneration of the town and to champion the development of the…
Leisurely lunches are on the menu at a Pickering hotel thanks to its new faxback pre-order form.
A visit to Norton some 26 years ago to explore the possibility of running a bakery in the area marked the start for Steve and Margaret Shaw's highly successful Fine Food Theatre in Malton Market Place.
A busy Ryedale estate agent is branching out to a new office after less than four years in business.
AS I pen these notes, the countryside is awakening after its annual winter slumbers.
OTTO Von Bismarck once famously declared that "politics is not an exact science" and I sometimes wonder whether many of our politicians have ever looked up the definitions of honesty and integrity.
RECYCLING in Ryedale has been hailed a success by the overwhelming majority of residents.
AN equal rights campaigner from Ryedale is calling for men to join a charity race - to catch up with women.
Durham/Northumberland One: Malton & Norton 56, Acklam 7
Veterans British League: Games-Web Helmsley won Division Seven of the Veterans British League.
Wednesday, February 15, 2006
THE Farming & Wildlife Advisory Group is organising a one-day traditional Yorkshire-style hedgelaying workshop on Saturday in Well, near Bedale.
A PARTIDGE and pint evening for farmers, estate owners and managers takes place at the Stone Trough Inn, Whitwell-on-the-Hill, next Tuesday.
FARMERS are heeding advice not to flood the market with older animals, says the National Farmers' Union in North Yorkshire.
PRIZE heifers from a Ryedale farm will be among the first live exports from the UK when a 10-year ban is lifted.
A MOTORIST was taken to hospital after a collision with a lorry on the A64 - the very same day the Government revealed plans to improve the notorious stretch of road.
PATIENTS are at more risk due to out-of-hours care cuts which are "extremely unsafe" - that's the stark warning from one Ryedale doctor who has quit the service in protest.
A £1 MILLION scheme to merge Ryedale and Hambleton District Council services has sparked redundancy fears among workers.
ENCOURAGE more people to use public bus services rather than cut them - that's the message from North Ryedale Public Transport Group.
A SHOPKEEPER bravely confronted a thief who snatched a £14,000 diamond ring in a brazen daylight raid.
HANNAH GIBBONS has discovered something alarming. All the good men out there are being poached by the Government in the hope of creating a new super-race...