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Police are hunting the drivers of 4x4 vehicles whose illegal off road driving caused significant damage to an idyllic woodland path.
A Pickering business is losing out on thousands of pounds’ worth of trade each day after a British Telecom fault left it without phone or internet access.1 comment
For some time the NFU has pressed government for the current weight and speed limits for tractors and trailers to be increased.
New figures from Brussels show just how bad a deal the UK government has secured for the country’s ‘pillar two’ rural development programmes.
Tribute act the Fab Beatles return to Ryedale for a one-night only concert at Pickering’s Kirk Theatre on Saturday June 22.
The Office of Rail Regulation (ORR) has given its approval to an extension to North Yorkshire Moors Railways Access Contract with Network Rail for a further 10 years.
Scarborough Swimming Club’s annual A/B Gala was attended by a record number of clubs, with home competitors shining at the indoor pool.
Scarborough under-15s enjoyed success in the Pavilion Junior KO Cup and the Greenwood Hire Derwent Valley Junior League this week.
Local cricket seems to be in a crisis at the moment, with several teams pulling out of leagues since the start of the season, the most recent being Brompton’s resignation on Monday night from the AndyHire Evening League.1 comment
British Swimming board member and Scarborough Swimming Club’s head honcho Sam Greetham is backing 13-year-old Alex Lynn to mirror the achievements of the club’s recent prospects Ross Glegg and Gareth Mills.
The battle for the Evening League division A is looking set to go down to the wire this season.
Heslerton claimed pole position in the Readers Scarborough Beckett Cricket League premier division after hammering former leaders Flixton 2nds by 185 runs.
The Talbot Hotel in Malton has cooked up a storm in the national press after renowned restaurant critic Jay Rayner said it served him the best plate of food he has eaten so far this year.
The memory of a baby boy will live on through a legacy offering vulnerable and disadvantaged youngsters a place at Ampleforth College.
The National Federation of Young Farmers’ Clubs (NFYFC) is calling for more support from government and local communities for rural young drivers after a new study revealed they are almost twice as likely to be involved in a collision than young urban drivers.
Pickering Showground will become a haven for petrol heads when The Yorkshire Modified Car Show returns on Sunday.
Strawberry Fields will be the theme as Malton Food Lovers’ Market returns to the Milton Rooms on Saturday with stall holders offering tempting treats based on the Yorkshire summer staple.
The village of Sherburn is celebrating after scoring a £94,725 golden goal in its bid to buld a community and sports club.
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Written by Lindsay Taylor, Education officer, Flamingo Land
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Here at Malton School the year 11 students officially left on the last day before the half term, they only come in now for their GCSE exams.
On Friday May 24, Malton School Soul Band travelled to the York Opera House to participate in a live music event in aid of York Against Cancer, featuring battle of the bands winners from around the York area, such as Minster Conspiracy, a young pop punk band, and various other acts, with genres spanning from metalcore to blues.
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Weather for Malton
Thursday 20 June 2013
Temperature: 11 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 15 mph
Wind direction: East
Temperature: 11 C to 15 C
Wind Speed: 10 mph
Wind direction: North east