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News: North York Moors

HOME: The cyclists arrive at Ampleforth after pedalling from Cologne in 2013.

Testing themselves to the limit

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

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

Something fishy on the North York Moors

RESCUE: Roseberry Topping

Walker dies from suspected cardiac arrest at Roseberry Topping

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

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

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

New bridge completes missing link

FUNDRAISER: Charity walkers tackling 22-mile trek for the Great North Air Ambulance Service.

Walkers gearing up for annual charity fundraiser

ROAD CRASH: Police have appealed for witnesses following a motorcycle colliding with deer at Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire

Elderly motorcyclist seriously injured after collision with two deer

CONTROVERSIAL PLANS: An artist's impression of the proposed mine site at Sneaton, near Whitby

Planning officers decline to guide £1.5bn mine decision

ENERGY PROPOSALS: Ebberston, near where Third Energy and Moorland Energy plan to drill for gas

National park gas drilling decision is postponed

ENERGY PROPOSALS: Ebberston, near where Third Energy and Moorland Energy plan to drill for gas

Controversial gas drilling scheme in North York Moors National Park set for approval

WALK OVER: A range of hikes, featuring numerous interests, has been created WalkFest, on the North York Moors

National park launches family-oriented walking festival

KNITTING: Anna Lupton, Christine Bentley, James Bentley, Emma Slingsby and Catriona McLees launch the World Knitted Cake Festival to raise funds for Malton Hospital and Sheffield Children’s Hospital.

Cakes with a real difference

PERVERT: Ken Ward

Police 'powerless' to protect terrified woman from sex offender stalker

VICTIM: Mandy Dunford at Studstyle Farm with the Bilsdale Valley in the background.

My frustrating battle to end pervert's reign of terror

CHAIRMAN: Alan Tate-Smith.

New boss for 129-year-old show

SHOOT: Grouse shoot beaters and their dogs on Danby Moor. Picture: Brian Sweeney.

Shooting is for the better of the environment, claims new study

RACE: The Tour de Yorkshire Peloton leaves Whitby on the first stage Picture: SARAH CALDECOTT

Tour de Yorkshire proves another cycling coup for county

COURTS: Botton campaigners set to return to High Court

Charity Commission gives go-ahead to High Court bid for Botton

Theft warning to 4x4 drivers

Dales and Moors national parks have right rocks for fracking

Dales and Moors national parks have right rocks for fracking

EXHIBITION: Artist and printmaker, Hester Cox

Exhibition to open simultaneously in North Yorkshire, Finland, Sweden and Scotland

One of the two temples at Rievaulx Terrace

Outdoor artists needed

UNITED: Botton residents join Unite Community

Residents and volunteers at Botton join Unite's community scheme to get their voices heard

CAKE: Catriona McLees, head of promotion and tourism at the North York Moors National Park Authority (left) with Rachel Underwood, marketing manager of Castle Howard Estate Limited and the North York Moors cake map

North Yorkshire tourism location proclaims itself Britain's cake capital

Major blazes in North Yorkshire forest

Crews tackle North Yorkshire forest fire

TOURIST RAILWAY: The British Railways locomotive set to pull passengers on the North York Moors Railway.

Volunteers help to keep railway on track

INTERNATIONAL RACE: Children from Scalby and Friarage schools, with the Tour de Yorkshire trophy and Emma Towning of North Yorkshire County Council

Council warns of road delays ahead of Tour de Yorkshire race

Top cycling race brings family fun

ROW: Botton village in Danby Dale, North Yorkshire

High Court judge refuses to intervene in Botton row

Alek Malinka

£14k raised to bring injured five-year-old boy back home from the Czech Republic

INJURED ANIMAL: Hereford bullock Duke with his best friend Kevin the lamb at the Calf Sanctuary, Malton

Animal sanctuary battles to get injured bullock to walk again

Mandy Dunford standing at the gate to her land with Kenneth Ward's ramshackle cottage and caravan in the background, showing the distance between their homes.

Naked pervert gun fanatic forces woman to flee hillside home

Power plant go ahead

CHEERS: Malcolm Hodgson (left) and Kyle Boote toast the new brew.

Beer to give Cleveland Way hikers an extra spring in their step

CRACKDOWN: Patrols gather for their day of action against illegal off-roaders.

Battle commences against illegal off-roaders

SUPPORT: Botton residents and co-workers together in the village bakery

Botton volunteers receive support from local communities

Warning after legal traps are targeted

FARMING AWARD: Robert McDonald, right, after being presented with his Dairy Farmer of the Year award at The Northern Farmer Awards, pictured with Pam Royle and sponsor Michael French. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

Region's farmers receive rewards at Northern Farmer Awards

FLAP: Giant European eagle owl Mrs Robinson gets in a flutter over falconer Mike Kinder.

From furnace to feathers - former steelworkers take on birds of prey

TRIPLETS: The Sumatran trio when a little bit younger.

Tiger, tiger - birthday bright

Thirsk and Malton MP Anne McIntosh

Thirsk and Malton MP Anne McIntosh announces she will not stand at general election

PARTNERSHIP: The abbey's Park House farm will become home to a range of social enterprises.

Chocolate and veggies at heart of new initiative

RACE READY: The 2013 Tour de France champion Chris Froome poses with Tour Makers

Almost 2,000 volunteers sign up for Tour de Yorkshire

SCEPTIC: Anne McIntosh MP. Photo: John Stillwell/PA Wire

Fracking firm tells MPs it has won support and trust of people in North Yorkshire

CAMPAIGN: Residents and co-workers from Botton village outside County Hall in Northallerton

Unique community in North Yorkshire to meet with officials to discuss their fears

MOORS NATURE: Artist Emerson Mayes, who is staging an exhibition focusing on fauna

Artists to showcase beauty of North York Moors

Celebrations on one of world's most popular heritage railway lines

Heritage railway in search of a new leader

District's last tourist information centre is to close

District's last tourist information centre is to close

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