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North Yorkshire News

BRAVE: Paul and Claire Remmer

Man raped as a child by family friend breaks silence to help others

Rishi Sunak has been campaigning for the scheme, which will help the remoter parts of his sprawling constituency.

Broadband boost for remote communities

Carlton-in-Cleveland near Stokesley, where Carlton Cars is based. The owner of the company, Tim Wrightson, is concerned at new licensing regulations in Hambleton

Ban on taxis older than ten years criticised by school run taxi driver

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FREE: Staff and volunteers from Richmond attractions are looking forward to welcoming local people in for free on Saturday, February 27.

Richmond locals to get free entry to top attractions

CHALLENGE: Bedale branch colleagues Jodie Donaldson, Megan Bennett, Lynne Garner and Val Abbey during their cycle challenge.

Staff get on their bikes to raise cash for Children's Heart Surgery Fund

CARE: Rosedale Care Home in Catterick Garrison

Catterick care home praised by residents in national survey

A charity concert to help children affected by Chernobyl disaster will take place in Crakehall later this month.

Charity concert to help children affected by Chernobyl disaster

Cyclist Jonathan Wilson, whose bike wheels were wrecked after falling down a gap in the road in Northallerton. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Hole in the road plunge cyclist stunned by council's payout rejection

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Clifford Dodshon

Wheelchair-bound 87-year-old thought to be Britain's oldest paedophile escapes jail sentence

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Road closed crash between Reeth and Richmond after car crashes into barrier

Woman injured after crash Reeth and Richmond

Full skips off Huntington Road, York last month

City facing £17k landfill tax bill after flooding

Community groups and residents hit by flooding in North Yorkshire are being invited to apply for recovery funding

Flood-hit residents and community groups invited to share £115k

FESTIVAL: The Homegrown Food Festival

Food festival growing in success looks forward to its fifth year

Unanimous vote for council tax rise

The crumbling ironstone mines in Rosedale

High hopes over securing £3m for North York Moors heritage scheme

Launching Campaign Canute, JORVIK Viking Centre characters Ragnar, King Canute and Stylaug Picture: Frank Dwyer

Flood-hit tourist attraction launches £2m fundraising drive

The former Greaves Garages in Hutton Rudby, which is being redeveloped as a convenience store and petrol station

Alcohol licence approved for new store and garage

Author Andy Seed and Cundall Manor School pupils don woolly hats to highlight the issue of homelessness

Author inspires pupils to read for pleasure

Cross-country star India Pentland, from Manfield, near Richmond.

India, 13, is a runaway winner

FESTIVAL: Jigsaw festival organisers, Claire Hall from Ryedale Carers Support, volunteer Sarah Lally-Marley, and Colleen Allwood from St Helen's Church.

Ryedale to host a festival with a difference to raise cash for carers and church

Film makersRosalie Parker and Ray Russell  with Norman Johnson (55526876)

Secret film of a hidden dale draws the crowds

Hawk jets taking off from RAF Leeming.

Security breaches at North Yorkshire air base

Second World War mortar destroyed

Second World War mortar destroyed

DANCE: Ruby Red Performers

Burlesque group perform for veterans at Phoenix House

An artist's impression of the proposed new country house on the site of the derelict Ravenswick Hall near Kirkbymoorside

Yorkshire's first major country house in 200 years to be built

Discovering Britain presenter Larry Lamb and Sarah Robinson at Bell Sykes meadows

Wildflower meadow project initiated by Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust introduced to national audience

Dorothy Pearce talking to a visitor at Kiplin Hall.

Historic home in need of help

MEDAL: Medal ceremony at Richmond Castle for soldiers from P Battery (the Dragon Troop), 5th Regiment Royal Artillery, based at Marne Barracks, Catterick village, have completed a year long commitment on Operation Toral, mentoring Afghan soldiers in the c

Troops praised by senior army general at Richmond Castle medal parade

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As Valentine's Day approaches, Cooper is looking for love

Arts group invites families to explore woodland island in outdoor theatre performance

LEADER: Cllr Yvonne Peacock

Councils adopt different approaches to new council tax charges

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New car-parking charges are postponed

The statue of Bacchus in front of the Temple of Piety at Studley Royal Water Garden, North Yorkshire. The gardens were created in 1716 by John Aislabie and continued by his son William in the later eighteenth century. Picture: Andrew Butler

New book on Fountains Abbey - the "Wonder of the North" launched

HOMES: Plans for the new development in Richmond

Work is underway on new Richmond housing development

Rory Holden in action.

Teenager Rory is a jump ahead of the rest

David Horseman, from Northallerton holding one of Thirsk Birds of Prey Centre's sea eagles, with tutor Emma Chambers from the College of Animal Welfare

Teenager achieves dream of becoming display falconer after gaining qualification

"Biggles" Andrew Wright

Pilot named "Biggles" jailed for smuggling £33.5 million of cocaine into North Yorkshire

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DEVELPMENT: A for sale sign is back up on the former Rutson Hospital in Northallerton

JD Wetherspoon pulls out of Northallerton's former Rutson Hospital development

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Horse dies after being hit by van

Horse dies after being hit by van

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Workshop blaze

Ten fire crews keep farm workshop blaze from spreading to diesel tank

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Megan Lynas, 5, from Roseberry Academy at Great Ayton's 25th annual pancake race

Tots attempt village green run as pancakes fly around them

POPPY: Owner Chris Moss getting a poppy tattoo from tattooist Kelli Ryan at K2 Body Art Tattoo, Richmond, watched by some of the others who have had tattoos to raise money for the Royal British Legion.Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Tattoo artist launches poppy tattoo appeal for Royal British Legion

Members of the campaign group Fight to Save Eskdale School outside County Hall in Northallerton. They are protesting at proposals to close the school in Whitby

Announcement of consultation over future of Eskdale School prompts fears it may be nearer to closure

Castle Howard are running a giant flower trail for children this half-term. The historic home has attracted record visitor numbers over the past 12 months. PICTURE: Anthony Chappel-Ross for Castle Howard Estate

Record-breaking number of visitors to historic estate - with large rise in international tourists

Students and parents from Thirsk School with staff from Askham Bryan College and the HYNCO project.

Thirsk students look to the future

IMPROVEMENTS: Lis Rise and Kev Dodd at the Castle Tavern

Pub gets £126,000 makeover as micro brewery takes over

Brother of a mum murdered by her violent partner urges supports domestic abuse awareness campaign

Rishi Sunak is show the controls of the GNAA helicopter by pilot Jay Steward.

Support pledged for airborne lifesavers

Water bills to rise

Farm buildings damaged by blaze (55384530)

Ten fire crews battle farm blaze

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