New agency bags two new drinks accounts

A Harrogate-based advertising and marketing agency which was only launched in September last year has added two Yorkshire drinks brands to its roster of clients.

Yorkshire's celebrity bus the Northern Dalesman faces funding cut

Yorkshire's celebrity bus the Northern Dalesman faces funding cut

A rural Yorkshire bus service which shot to fame when it appeared on a reality TV show could be axed.

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VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Tinnitus sufferers are being offered pioneering treatments with the launch of a leading new audiology clinic in Yorkshire.
Health 1
Wedderburn Avenue, credit: Google Maps

Eight weeks of disruption for Harrogate due to £120,000 gas network upgrade

Residents and drivers in Harrogate will face a fresh disruption as the £120,000 upgrade to the Northern Gas Networks's (NGN) distribution network continues.
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Daleside Lodge, 116 Leeds Road, Harrogate - �895,000 with Myrings, 01423 566400.

A space for modern life: the appeal of light-flooded dining kitchens

At the end of last year, we featured three properties that all still have old-fashioned, black-leaded kitchen ranges.

High Bond End will be closed as part of the works Picture: Google maps

Drivers face Knaresborough road closure

Residents and drivers in Knaresborough will face a full road closure from this weekend as Northern Gas Networks' (NGN) £60,000 upgrade continues.

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

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

With nearly half of UK businesses (45 per cent) being apprehensive about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they wouldn’t be able to do the job, British employers are worsening an already discriminatory employment system for the disabled.

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Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

Seven new routes will take off from Leeds Bradford Airport this year as airline Ryanair expands its roster.

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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

Artisan spice company Steenbergs has taken a positive stance on environmental, social and religious accreditation of its products by achieving halal and kosher certification, as well as vegan and vegetarian status.

The black-tie awards ceremony will take place on April 27.

Award entries urged as deadline looms

Business across the region now have less than four weeks to enter the Harrogate Advertiser Business Awards.

Management and staff at Belzona Polymerics in Harrogate.  			       PHOTO: Bruce Rollinson.

Harrogate firm marks 
65 years in business

A major Harrogate employer is celebrating 65 years in business this week.

McCarthys Storage World is a familiar sight on Harrogates Ripon Road. (S)

Self-storage site grows 
with £1m investment

Building work has started on a £1m new self-storage centre in Harrogate.

Happy winners show off their awards at last years Harrogate Advertiser Business Awards ceremony. (1604142AM30)

Awards season gets underway as
Royal Hall gears up for the big night

Dig out your dancing shoes and start booking taxis – awards season is coming!

Will the closures affect you?

Ripon car park closures: when, where and why

Three of Ripon's car parks will close on Monday, February 20, for maintenance work by Harrogate Borough Council.
The information boards at Leeds Station look a little different today

Valentine's messages light up Leeds Station

Commuters using Leeds Station this morning may have noticed some unusual 'arrivals' on the information boards.


WATCH: Tour of latest work on Linton Bridge ahead of summer opening

Engineers and contractors have been working non-stop since January last year, to get Linton Bridge up and running after the devastating 2015 Christmas floods.

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Asda is selling white roses to symbolise Yorkshire

War of the roses: Asda sells white bouquets for Yorkshire patriots

If you're a proud Yorkshire resident, buying red roses for your beloved can leave you conflicted.
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The three stainless steel heart-shaped 3D printed bead designs on a CABLE bracelet.

Valentine's Day shoppers loving 3D printed Sheffield stainless steel jewellery

Valentine's Day shoppers are falling in love with amazing new 3D printed stainless steel jewellery made in Sheffield.
Business 1
There were 900,000 incidents of illegally dumped waste across England last year.

Landowners need help to deal with flytipping

Farmers are pleading for more support from local authorities to relieve the growing burden of a fly-tipping epidemic which is blighting the countryside.

One district council say its insurers advised them to put the sign up over health and safety fears. The average business owner now spends over a quarter of their time grinding through admin and battling red tape and regulations. - SWNS

Red tape and regulations are ‘smothering British businesses’

The average small business owner now spends over a quarter of their time battling red tape and regulations.

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