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1:05pm Saturday 8th March 2014
North Yorkshire designer Georgia Wilkinson takes inspiration for her quirky designs from the wildlife around her.
4:01pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
SPRING is in the air and this month’s spread of photographs supplied by members of Kirkbymoorside Camera Club should inspire you to get out with your camera.
3:51pm Wednesday 26th February 2014
CLEARING out his Auntie’s house Ken Keld never expected he would stumble upon something quite so fascinating.
3:48pm Wednesday 26th February 2014
SKILLED workers from blacksmiths to farmhands made up the Wolds Wagoners – a group of local men drafted in to serve whichever army unit needed them during the war, driving the wagons, writes Hannah Bryan.
10:00am Wednesday 26th February 2014
A serious accident eventually turned Tim Parkin towards landscape photography. He tells CHARLES HUTCHINSON how getting better made him look at life differently.
9:41am Saturday 22nd February 2014
IT has been a wet, dismal winter; just ask anyone in the south west. But one group has been relishing the wet and windy conditions: surfers.
10:35am Friday 21st February 2014
Crime reporter Dan Bean goes behind the scenes at North Yorkshire Police’s force control room in Fulford, York.
8:00am Wednesday 19th February 2014
THERE can be few hotels that before you have checked out, you are planning how soon you can justify another stay.
9:39am Wednesday 12th February 2014
Easingwold is hailed as an essential foodie pit stop, but now independent retailers face threats from a 25,000 square feet supermarket. MATT CLARK looks at the pros and cons of convenience versus quality.
2:24pm Monday 10th February 2014
SCARBOROUGH, like much of the country, has been having a pretty wild, wet winter.
3:52pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
EMOTIONS are mixed in our house this week. John’s venerable, muchloved, ancient Land Rover is due for its MOT.
3:51pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
A RECENT news item in a national paper recorded that builders had won an appeal which allowed them to build large numbers of houses on two village greens.
3:22pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
OLYMPIC gold for putting the English language through more hoops than a fairground stall this week goes to....Yorkshire Water.
3:02pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
THE trauma caused by the winter floods drags on, impacting on farmers in Somerset and those living in the South West especially.
4:46pm Wednesday 26th February 2014
This week in Paws For Thought, KAREN HUNTON looks ahead to Crufts, the world’s largest celebration of dogs, which is getting ready to welcome 22,000 four-legged friends.
3:14pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
IN answer to Mr Barraclough’s letter in the Gazette & Herald on February 26: The reason another superstore would be a disaster for Malton, and I suggest neighbouring towns, is because, according to Ryedale District Council’s consultants, there is no room for two new superstores in Ryedale, and the inspector at the livestock market inquiry accepted this and decided that the best and most appropriate site (or to put it in planning speak, “the most sequentially preferable site”) is the livestock market site.
3:06pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
IT is good to hear that Peter Donnelly, and indeed Graham Cliff, (Letters & opinion Gazette & Herald, February 26) both received a reply from our MP when they wrote to her.
3:04pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
COUNCILLOR Lindsay Burr is right to say that Ryedale District Council should be doing more to help people who are struggling to find work (Gazette, p15, February 26). The fact that unemployment in Ryedale has risen, despite falling nationally, shows how out of touch we are with the rest of the country.
3:03pm Wednesday 5th March 2014
I JUST wanted to follow up on my letter published in the Gazette & Herald on February 19 regarding a young homeless man and his dog.