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DRAMATIC: Student Ed Batchelor, 17, of Melsonby, who has secured a place at the National Youth Theatre.

Teenager looks to the stars

Malton celebrates most successful Food Lovers Festival to date

PREMATURE: Roscoe Tulloch, who is due to go to school in September

Teacher's mammoth effort to raise cash for disabled boy

FUND: North Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Julia Mulligan

Vulnerable residents to receive extra home security thanks to Community Fund grant

DANCE: A group take part in the African dance workshop

Dancers get a taste for different styles on offer in Hambleton

MEMORIES: Cllr Clare Wood and Tony Jameson-Allen at the Northallerton Library display

Sporting memories used to tackle depression and dementia in North Yorkshire

CARERS: Helping North Yorkshire's growing number of young carers beat exam stress, Hettie Flynn (left) of the Carers' Resource with young carer Ruth Mellor, who is a year 12 student at St Aidan's School, Harrogate.

Charity to help support young carers through the exam season

FESTIVAL: A concert from last year's BAMfest

Market town gearing up for third annual music festival

AWARD: Festival director Malcolm Creese

Music and arts festival receives prestigious international recognition award

ARCHER: Mikey Hall wins gold and bronze. Pic: Roger Keller

Wounded veteran picks up gold and bronze medals in archery competition

TRAIN: Driver Paul Warren watches the 9.00 to Northallerton out of Leeming Bar Station marking 25 years of The Wensleydale Railway Association. Picture: STUART BOULTON.

Heritage railway lines celebrates 25th anniversary

APPEAL: North Yorkshire Police

Police appeal for witnesses following A19 crash

Man airlifted to hospital after A19 crash

FIRE: Trencher's in Whitby suffers from fire and smoke damager

Whitby fish and chip restaurant suffers fire and smoke damage

Railway fire

PROTEST: Anti-fracking in Ryedale campaigners outside the Environment Agency offices in York

MP for Thirsk, Malton and Filey wades into fracking application debate

Man taken to hospital after violent York robbery

Charity holds events to mark Carers Week

OLD CALL: Glenys Crampton in her shop at Beck Hole, where she has the original telephone which was installed in 1938 Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Historic inn communicates with bygone era technology

SUCCESS: This month's Tour de Yorkshire was watched by millions.

Talks take place for the next Tour de Yorkshire

SALMON: Youngsters from Goathland primary school release the fry into the Esk.

Something fishy on the North York Moors

BANANAS: Young orang-utans on their way to school. Pic: Lisa Burtonshaw.

Sweet-toothed businesswoman takes on trip of a lifetime to help orphaned orang-utans

'Barn that Rocks' event for hospice

Laughter promised as new comedy club is launched

Robbers kick man in head and ribs after punching to ground

Robbers kick man in head and ribs after punching him to ground

On The Buses: Sex tape left behind

Cheating husband leaves mistress sex tape on North Yorkshire bus

CONTROVERSIAL SCHEME: Anti-fracking in Ryedale campaigners outside the Environment Agency offices in York

Fracking could begin in North Yorkshire before the end of the year - here's where

ACCIDENT: Firefighters, police and paramedics attended a road accident on the A66, North Yorkshire

Disabled boy and 52-year-old woman injured after car hits pylon on A66

FOUND: Kathryn Summers' car was found near cliffs

Missing woman found safe and well after her car was left near cliffs

DIGGING: Archaeologists at work on the villa site.

Roman find declared of "national importance"

Man wanted for recall to prison

CAMPAIGN: Alec Dick of the Save Stokesley Library group with some of the letters of concern.

Costs could outweigh savings on library plan, claim campaigners

Rebuilding work at York Theatre Royal has switched to excavating the foundations of a 12th Century hospital

Amazing medieval hospital find halts York panto plans

RESCUE: Roseberry Topping

Walker dies from suspected cardiac arrest at Roseberry Topping

GIFT: Col Stephen Padgett is presented with his prize poppy by ceramicist Sheila Plews and Risedale Sports and Community College students Abigail Smith and Kyal Almond, both 12.

Saying farewell - with ceramic poppies

CLOTHES WANTED: Deacon Joy Sykes launches the Rosedale Nursing Home appeal for Nepal earthquake victims Picture: RICHARD DOUGHTY PHOTOGRAPHY

Nursing home's clothing appeal for earthquake victims

Town prepares to celebrate Magna Carta milestone

CHEESE: Eddie Thornton, in his former role as cheesemaker at Botton

Curious village row: ‘You can’t make cheese in the jam-making area’

Skills centre training youngsters out of work and education to close

CHEESE: Eddie Thornton, in his former role as cheesemaker at Botton

Village row: ‘You can’t make cheese in the jam-making area’

WANTED: Tommy Doyle

Husband and wife hunted by police after man robbed and left with two broken arms on travellers' site

Driver suffers suspected spinal injuries in North Yorkshire collision

STUDY: Parents in Stokesley say they are unhappy with changes to A-Level teaching hours at Stokesley School

Parents furious at changes to teaching hours

FREEDOM: 9 Army Air Corps Freedom Parade in Boroughbridge Picture: CORPORAL MICHAEL STRACHAN

Army regiment completes final Freedom Parade of Boroughbridge

SUCCESS: Owners of Rudby Hall, Martin and Sandra Johnson

Demand for luxury country house accommodation prompts swift expansion plans

PADDLE: Children and adults taking part in the duck race in Melsonby

Ducks raise hundreds for school

SNIP: Luke says farewell to his long locks as hairdresser Kayleigh Slater gets snipping.

Long-haired Luke loses his beloved locks

LINK: Lady Elizabeth Kirk and Bill Tait try out the new bridge.

New bridge completes missing link

Driver suffers suspected spinal injuries in North Yorkshire collision

HELP: Cara Morris is cycling 150 miles to help children in India

Bike ride to raise funds for children in India

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