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Crescent Gardens set to become apartments and art gallery as Harrogate Council reveal buyer

Business
Potholes in the Harlow Hill area. (Picture by Geoff Runcorn)

Updated: Harrogate potholes nightmare - more readers complain

News 5
The good old 'round pound' is set to vanish from our change as the new 12-sided, criminal-unfriendly version replaces it. However, it could be weeks before one of the new, bi-metallic versions shows up in your pocket.

New £1 coin with ‘hidden’ security feature rolled out across Yorkshire today

News
The Doritos bowl

Harrogate friends find 'cat poo' in their bag of crisps

News

Review: Disney On Ice celebrates 100 Years of Magic

Whats on

UPDATE: Weetons apologise to customer called 'weird freak' by staff at Harrogate cafe

Business

Harrogate council cracks down on district-wide dog mess problem

Environment

Devastation at district's loss of Royal British Legion hydrotherapy facility

News 1
Wentworth Woodhouse, near Rotherham

Huge Yorkshire stately home that inspired Jane Austen is saved ‘against all odds’

News 5

John Legend announces Leeds tour date

News 1

Red kite shot dead in North Yorkshire

News 1

Watch: Drugs raid and police crackdown sees four arrested across Harrogate

Crime

Appeal: Police issue image of suspected Harrogate burglar

Crime
Picture: North Yorkshire Police

CCTV released of two men suspected of stealing designer perfume from Knaresborough store

Crime
At least 15,000 sheep were killed in dog attacks last year, report Sheepwatch UK.  Picture by Tony Johnson.

Police evidence bid to press for tougher livestock attack laws

News

Runners scoop top trophy for second year in a row

Education 1

Author passes on top tips to Ashville College pupils

Education 1
Children and staff at St Cuthberts C of E Primary School, Pateley Bridge (1702063AM1). Photo by Adrian Murray

School of the Week: St Cuthbert’s Primary School, Pateley Bridge

Education 1

Crescent Gardens set to become apartments and art gallery as Harrogate Council reveal buyer

Business
At least 15,000 sheep were killed in dog attacks last year, report Sheepwatch UK.  Picture by Tony Johnson.

Police evidence bid to press for tougher livestock attack laws

News
Concerned business owners Michaela Stothard and her brother Ben of Posh Paws with their dog Bronson. Picture: Adrian Murray.

Harrogate District to see £670,000 for businesses which lost out in rates revaluation

Business
MP Andrew Jones has spoken to the advertiser from lockdown

Breaking: MP Andrew Jones speaks to Harrogate Advertiser from inside locked down parliament

Politics 1
European Unison composer Ruth Spencer Jolly

WATCH LIVE 10.30AM THURSDAY: Brexit debate and European Unison piano concert on Facebook Live

Whats on

Crescent Gardens set to become apartments and art gallery as Harrogate Council reveal buyer

Business
The Doritos bowl

Harrogate friends find 'cat poo' in their bag of crisps

News
The receipt which was issued by Weetons staff this morning. Picture: Steve Dempster

UPDATE: Weetons apologise to customer called 'weird freak' by staff at Harrogate cafe

Business

Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Business
Lister House's hydrotherapy pool in Ripon will close on May 12.

Devastation at district's loss of Royal British Legion hydrotherapy facility

News 1

Soon babies could get 5 in 1 vaccination from birth

Health
People around the world are marking Earth Hour this evening. People in Britain are expected to join in at 8.30pm... and then they will switch their clocks forward tonight as British Summer Time begins.

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment
Swimmer Karen McMillan-Jones with Yorkshire Cancer Reserch's Louise Robinson and Nuffield Health Fitness & Wellbeing Gym in Harrogate deputy general manager Tom Woollard.

Karen completes charity challenge to swim length of English Channel in Harrogate!

News 2

Refunds and free travel for disgruntled Leeds bus passengers

News 4
Coun Don Mackenzie

Transport Talk with Coun Don Mackenzie

Opinion 3
Hackney Carriage fares could rise by 2.5 percent

Taxi fares could rise in Harrogate, passenger woe or a fair standard of living?

Transport
PET HATES: A survey of young drivers has revealed their top five anxieties.

Breaking down is top of rookies’ worry list

News
Dog walkers recently took the matter into their own hands by starting a regular clean up operation. Picture: Rowen Johnson Hardcastle

Harrogate council cracks down on district-wide dog mess problem

Environment
Oliver, 8, and Freya, 3, Hardisty, have fun in the sun on the South Shore beach at Bridlington, East Yorkshire.

Yorkshire weather: Cloudy skies bring an end to our all-too-brief sunny spell

Environment 1
People around the world are marking Earth Hour this evening. People in Britain are expected to join in at 8.30pm... and then they will switch their clocks forward tonight as British Summer Time begins.

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment
We are set for a sunny weekend across Yorkshire.

Yorkshire weather: Temperatures rival Tenerife as spring returns with glorious sunshine

Environment
Your chance to win a 100 voucher to spend at Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home Interiors

Reader offer: WIN £100 to spend at Edinburgh Woollen Mill and Ponden Home Interiors

Offbeat
Win afternoon tea with fizz at the West Park Hotel, Harrogate.

Reader offer: WIN afternoon tea for four at Harrogate's West Park Hotel

Offbeat
Fun at the toy fair in 1970 (screenshot)

RETRO: Archive footage from the Harrogate International Toy Fair 1970

Offbeat

Letter: Waste charges - County Council responsibility

Your Say
Montpellier Hill. Harrogate (1407151AM2)

Letter: Vandalism - Grow up, or wise up...

Your Say

Letter: Highways - Safer entrance and exit

Your Say
Staff and councillors from Harrogate Borough Council and McDonalds litter picking at Grange Quarry in Harrogate as part of the Great British Spring Clean.

Letter: Litter - Our call to rethink charges

Your Say 1
Communications masts disguised as an Indian tower, Wiltshire. (Copyright - David Winpenny)

The Civic Society column with David Winpenny

News
We are lucky to have curlew nesting on our farm.

Life on the Farm column with Frances Graham

News 2
Descendants of pioneering 19th Century doctor John Snow are pictured at the new memorial in York.

Week in the Life column with Keith Tordoff

Opinion

Time to hit the road in style

Opinion