Man destroyed sign at Harrogate Police Station: Latest decisions from Harrogate Magistrates Court

The following were dealt with at Harrogate Magistrates Court on February 8:

Repairs nearly finished - How Bettys' town centre building looks now.

Revealed: Date for sheets to come off Bettys' iconic building in Harrogate

The date for repair work to end at Bettys in Harrogate has been revealed to the Harrogate Advertiser.

Nasty weather conditions today.

Storm Doris: How badly will it hit the Harrogate district?

Harrogate residents are experiencing wild and woolly weather as Storm Doris sweeps across Yorkshire.
A spectacular scene from one of the short films screening at this year's Banff Mountain Film Festival in Harrogate. (Picture by Brett Lowell)

Yorkshire rowers star in Banff Mountain Film Festival in Harrogate tonight

The word is that at least one of the four inspirational Yorkshire mums who became famous after rowing the Atlantic is to attend a spectacular film event in Harrogate tonight, Thursday.
The Harrogate Brasserie.

Famous Harrogate bar is sold to family-run brewery

One of Harrogate's most famous bars has been sold.
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Cyclists on The Nidderdale Greenway.

Brilliant Harrogate walk in Britain's top 13

Residents may fear it might be threatened by possible bypass plans but Harrogate's Bilton-Ripley cycleway has been hailed as one of the best in Britain by a national newspaper.

The popular North Bar in Harrogate.

Acclaimed Harrogate bar celebrates its first birthday

One of Harrogate’s top independent craft beer bars is celebrating its first birthday this weekend.
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Three people taken to hospital after three-car crash

THREE people were taken to hospital after a three-car crash near Otley.
The Stray in Harrogate.

Revealed: Percentage of public who rejected changing the Harrogate Stray Act

After announcing that it will not be seeking amendments to the Harrogate Stray Act 1985 which restricts the use of the Stray, Harrogate Borough Council has now revealed the results of the public consultation on this hugely controversial issue.

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89-year-old missing Harrogate woman and pet poodle found safe and well

A PENSIONER from Harrogate who went missing with her pet poodle has been found safe and well.
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Judy dArcy Thompson, chairman of the Stray Defence Association.

Pressure group hails Stray decision as "victory for common sense"

The Stray's strongest supporters have called Harrogate Council's decision to ditch controversial plans to change the rules protecting it as a "victory for common sense".

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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

A SERIES of teapots and other ceramic “collectables” advertising Yorkshire Tea are being recalled after complaints that the bases of some of them cracked or broke during use.


Police appeal after Harrogate attempted burglary

POLICE are appealing for information after an attempted burglary at a house in Harrogate.

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Some members of Harrogate's new Pride in Diversity group.

First-ever Pride march in Harrogate 'will highlight town’s diversity'

The first-ever first Pride in Diversity Festival and Parade is to take place in Harrogate.

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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

A regular column by the Harrogate Advertiser's Graham Chalmers

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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

Youngsters at Willow Tree Primary School, Harrogate penned their own romantic poems as part of a competition to encourage a love of poetry.


Slideshow: Property of the Week

A detached Georgian house, a period town house and a countryside residence are among the featured homes in this week’s Harrogate Advertiser series property guide.

Brian (Jones) in North Africa by Thomas James Butler - Collage and pen on manuscript paper.

Classic movie and pop icons in new Harrogate exhibition

Stunningly cool collages and paintings of 1950s film icons and 1960s pop culture feature in a new exhibition launched in a Harrogate art gallery this weekend.

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The West Park Hotel in Harrogate.

Harrogate restaurant wins prestigious award

Harrogate’s popular West Park Hotel has won its first AA Rosette, a prestigious award given for the standard of food in hotels and restaurants.

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Flashback to huge crowds at a previous Harrogate Beer Festival.

Harrogate Beer Festival 2017 will have biggest-ever choice of drinks!

The volunteers of Harrogate Round Table have unveiled a few changes designed to make one of the town's most popular annual events even better this year.
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