Stunning nature photographs on display in a new exhibition in North Yorkshire

Gazette & Herald:

12:02pm Thursday 19th February 2015

If a picture paints a thousand words, there’s a whole library’s worth in North Yorkshire this spring. MATT CLARK went to admire some of the best photos of 2014 which are on display at Nunnington Hall and Rievaulx Terrace.

Emily Slingsby runs a hire firm that provides those finishing touches

Gazette & Herald:

4:10pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

Reporter KAREN DARLEY talks to the businesswoman hoping to give your celebrations that extra special touch.

Wild pictures from Malton Camera Club

Gazette & Herald:

3:56pm Wednesday 4th February 2015

THIS month’s feature from Malton Camera Club offers eight images, capturing wildlife from around the country.

Artist weaves her way to success

Gazette & Herald: Willow artist Angela Cole at her Westow studio.
pic: Anthony Chappel-Ross (16398602)

9:13am Thursday 29th January 2015

FROM a young age Angela Cole always knew she wanted to work with her hands but struggled to find a way to express herself.

21 stunning pictures of Yorkshire wildlife

Gazette & Herald:

9:25am Monday 19th January 2015

See some of the entries to Yorkshire Wildlife Trust’s photography competition - and there's still time to enter.....

Mountain rescue heroes mark half a century

Gazette & Herald:

1:04pm Wednesday 14th January 2015

“Modern day heroes who walk towards harm.” That’s how the dedicated volunteers of the Scarborough and Ryedale Mountain Rescue Team have been described for the vital, lifesaving work they do across some of the most remote parts of the area.

Holiday photographs from Kirkbymoorside Camera Club

Gazette & Herald:

3:50pm Wednesday 7th January 2015

AT this time of year many of us start to think about holidays. For some it is hot, sandy beaches or mountains and wilderness, for others it is culture and antiquities or something a bit more adventurous.

A look at life gone by in Helmsley

Gazette & Herald:

2:44pm Wednesday 31st December 2014

THE Helmsley Archive is a collection of more than 5,000 images illustrating the history of the town over the past 150 years.

Community rallies for year of celebrations and records

Gazette & Herald:

2:22pm Wednesday 31st December 2014

In the second part of her review, HANNAH BRYAN takes a look back at what made the headlines in Ryedale from July to December.

It’s time to reflect on the year that was 2014

Gazette & Herald:

7:00am Wednesday 31st December 2014

Civic leaders and prominent members of the community take a look back at the last 12 months.

Looking back at the stories behind the headlines in 2014

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 24th December 2014

In the first part of her review of the year, HANNAH BRYAN takes a look back at what made the headlines in Ryedale from January to June

Black day in history for Scarborough

Gazette & Herald: Yesterday Once More: pics from Remember Scarborough by Bob Clarke, an account of the Imperial German Navy's bombardment of Yorkshire towns on December 16, 1914.Merryweather's food store on Prospect Road. The shopkeeper (pictured in apron) lost his wife in

10:36am Thursday 11th December 2014

IT was one hundred years ago next Tuesday that the Imperial Germany Navy's High Sea Fleet launched a devastating bombardment of three English seaside towns: Scarborough, Whitby and Hartlepool. STEPHEN LEWIS reports.

Castle Howard's Christmas wonderland ready to open

Gazette & Herald:

2:27pm Friday 21st November 2014

It’s VisitYork’s largest visitor attraction of the year, but Christmas is the most magical time to call in at Castle Howard. MATT CLARK went to see the preparations.

Snapshot of life in the press

Gazette & Herald: A surfer rides a wave at Scarborough during a snowy January day in 1995. Picture: Mike Tipping (12465458)

2:50pm Wednesday 19th November 2014

AT the end of last week, the Gazette & Herald, and its sister newspaper The Press, said goodbye to two staff photographers.

CCTV message has not changed

Gazette & Herald:

9:48am Wednesday 19th November 2014

MARTIN DALES, chairman of Ryedale Cameras in Action puts the question of CCTV into focus.

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Keep your vest on, it isn’t quite Spring yet

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

Ey up, it’s time to talk dialect with Adam Collier, who has a spring in his step.

Good year for calves

Gazette & Herald: Dale Lowther

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

FOR the first time in a few years we have twin calves. They did present a mystery to John at first because they were born between his check on the herd before midnight and the clock-in at six.

Dinosaur finally gets the courage to roam

Gazette & Herald: Howard Keal

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

AS a social media dinosaur, I admit to being slow to put on my glad rags and join the Twitter party.

‘Room’ with a view

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 18th February 2015

In comparison with mountain ranges overseas and in other parts of Britain, the loftiest parts of our dales and moors seem insignificant if tourist brochures are to be believed.

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Readers' letters

‘We won’t be beaten’

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

ON February 10, 35 of us from Botton waited outside the CVT office, in Malton, in protest. CVT took no notice of us and did not open the door, or ask us if we wanted to come in for tea.

Super plans

Gazette & Herald: Letters - zxc

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

AS an ex-local councillor myself (Norton Town Council) and having debated the pros and cons of planning applications many times over the years, it seems (reading the columns of your newspaper) that nothing much has changed when it comes to local/grassroots opinion – from concerned residents and Norton Town Council – being dismissed and ignored by the powers that be eg Ryedale District Council planning committee, especially with regard to large, unwanted and unnecessary housing development.

Feeling let down

Gazette & Herald: Letters - zxc

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

OUR district council has badly let Ryedale down in not following Scotland, Wales, York, Manchester, Newcastle and others (including Malton and Kirkbymoorside) and passing a robust anti-fracking motion.

An Inspector calls

Gazette & Herald: Letters - zxc

8:00am Wednesday 25th February 2015

EVERYONE in Ryedale will be glad to know that Inspector Andy Everitt, of Ryedale police, kept a close eye on our behaviour at the Milton Rooms, Malton, on February 4, during Ryedale council’s public debate on fracking (Gazette & Herald, February 8).

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Fundraising Fun

Brave the elements for sleep-out challenge

Gazette & Herald:

9:22am Wednesday 25th February 2015

A GROUP of Pickering residents are preparing to brave the elements and spend the night sleeping on the streets to raise awareness of a homeless charity for young people.

Snowflake Appeal raises £700 for Home-Start Ryedale

Gazette & Herald:

3:43pm Wednesday 18th February 2015

A FAMILY support charity has raised more than £700 to help children facing hardship.

Dalby Dash raises £10k for Help for Heroes

Gazette & Herald:

11:39am Monday 9th February 2015

ORGANISERS of a scenic 10k race through North Yorkshire's Dalby Forest have handed over a cheque for £1,500 to charity Help for Heroes.

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The Way We Were

The Way We Were: All eyes on the town centre

Gazette & Herald:

4:36pm Wednesday 11th February 2015

MEMBERS of Ryedale District Council’s policy and resources committee will hear behind closed doors how property speculators have had their eye on the centre of Malton.

The Way We Were: £40 mistake ‘disturbing’

Gazette & Herald:

8:00am Wednesday 7th January 2015

A MISTAKE by a Ryedale sub-committee has cost the owner of a Chinese takeaway at Norton an extra £40 planning fee.

The Way We Were: We welcomed royalty

Gazette & Herald:

2:23pm Wednesday 24th December 2014

THIS week’s selection of photographs comes from John Stone’s book Then & Now Malton.

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