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INVESTIGATION: How the £22 billion NHS 'black hole' will affect Harrogate District's health

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Police appeal after Harrogate attempted burglary

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Cathedral’s garden and home show

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Yorkshire Tea has recalled some of its ceramic pots

As much use as a chocolate teapot: Yorkshire Tea ‘collectables’ are recalled

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The Civic Society column with Daivd Winpenny

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Reporting Back column with Julian Smith MP

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Tadcaster unites for bridge re-opening party

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Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

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Generation game in history lesson

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Friends of Pateley Bridge Cemetery. David Moody, Barbara Breckon, Joanna Moody and Chris Henderson with Gavin Scammell and Leigh Andrews of Memsafe and Stephen Hemsworth Bereavement Services Manager for HBC

Memorial volunteers give thanks to their supporters

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Police appeal after Harrogate attempted burglary

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A man was found dead in the public toilets behind Sainsbury's in Knaresborough. Picture: Google Maps

39-year-old man found dead in Knaresborough public toilets

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The cases were heard at Harrogate Magistrates Court.

Court: Latest decisions from Harrogate Magistrates Court

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York Crown Court

Professional thieves jailed after stealing thousands of pounds worth of goods from Ripon shops

Crime

Harrogate man who groomed girls is jailed after admitting child sex offences

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Generation game in history lesson

Education

Memories call for nursery birthday

Education
Winners of the love poetry competition at Willow Tree Community Primary School, Harrogate

‘I love you with all my heart, even more than the Queen loves jam tarts’ - primary school pupils pen poems about love

Education

INVESTIGATION: How the £22 billion NHS 'black hole' will affect Harrogate District's health

Health
New bids are to be considered for Crescent Garden

New offers to be considered for council offices

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Harrogate Borough Council offices

Harrogate Borough Council unanimously approves raising council tax

Politics 2
The Stray

Advertiser calls on Harrogate Borough Council to ditch Stray plans

Politics 6
Andrew Jones

Brexit: Harrogate and Knaresborough MP defends decision to back Article 50 bill

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Drivers face Knaresborough road closure

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It’s time to break down employment barriers for disabled people

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Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

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Axel and Sophie Steenberg inside their spice warehouse at Melmerby near Ripon. PHOTO: Mike Cowling

Steenbergs add kosher and halal to list of accreditations

Business
How will your local health service be affected?

INVESTIGATION: How the £22 billion NHS 'black hole' will affect Harrogate District's health

Health

Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

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The great NHS gamble: what you need to know about the crisis facing England’s NHS

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Health care cuts killed 30,000 people in 2015

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Drivers face Knaresborough road closure

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Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

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Will the closures affect you?

Ripon car park closures: when, where and why

Transport
The information boards at Leeds Station look a little different today

Valentine's messages light up Leeds Station

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Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

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Site plans - An aerial shot showing how expansion plans would affect the woods near Harrogate Spring Water.

Fears for future of threatened woodland in Harrogate

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Children from Rossett Acre, St Peter's and Western Primary Schools gathered to plant the tree on the Stray in 1990.

#ThrowbackThursday: Harrogate Stray tree became 'one in a million' in 1990

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Visitors admire the spring blooms

GALLERY: Snowdrops on show at Fountains Abbey

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The most admired and revered romantic leading man in literary history is no Colin Firth or Matthew MacFadyen.

REVEALED: What Jane Austen’s Mr Darcy should REALLY have looked like

Offbeat
Partick Thistles terrifying mascot Kingsley in pursuit of Pudsey Bear  (Pic: John Devlin)

Beards, boiled eggs and bagels - children’s 40 biggest fears

Offbeat

The art of the perfect Yorkshire pudding

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Harrogate bus station.

Letter: Four buses a day is hardly ‘a service’

Your Say

Letter: Brexit - Grow up and live with it!

Your Say
Harrogate and Knaresborough MP Andrew Jones (S)

Letter: Article 50 - Disappointed in MP’s vote

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EU and UK flags together

Letter: Article 50 - Right to support the government

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The interior of Birmingham Town Hall  built for public meetings. (Copyright - David Winpenny)

The Civic Society column with Daivd Winpenny

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People want to see the Article 50 situation resolved as quickly as possible.

Reporting Back column with Julian Smith MP

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Another day. another crush - Commuters boarding a train in Harrogate.

Dear Reader: Terrible state of Harrogate rail service + sex and the film festival

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Working with volunteers is a big part of Rob Lights job . Picture by L Brown.

Countryside Life - the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership column

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