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Nidderdale Voices with the Mayor of Pateley Bridge Christine Skaife.

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The Great Knaresborough Treasure Hunt starts on Saturday 21 July.

Hunt for hidden treasure

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Tracey Ward

'An emotional and physical rollercoaster': Harrogate woman takes part in extreme ITV series

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BBC Look North presenter Keeley Donovan to marry in Knaresborough today

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8 dream jobs currently up for grabs in Yorkshire

Business

Photos show dramatic damage to North York Moors after forest blaze 'caused by campfire'

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Birstwith Hall Gardens open day

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A man has escaped jail at a case in York Crown Court after he was spotted waving a claw hammer at people in Harrogate.

One last chance: Criminal avoids jail after waving claw hammer and making 'threatening' gestures

Crime
Temperatures across the UK are set to climb to 30C

Here’s how long the heatwave will last in Yorkshire

Environment

One last chance: Criminal avoids jail after waving claw hammer and making 'threatening' gestures

Crime
Matthew Dean McCartan

Police hunt for wanted man who may be in Yorkshire

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Closing windows and doors when they are not in use will help deter opportunist burglars.

The crime matters column with Superintendent Paula Booth

News

Man gives 11-year-old girl his phone number and says 'call me' outside Skipton pub

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The e-fit issued by police

Police issue e-fit of man who tried to snatch handbag

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Denise Craven (left) speaks to Prince Charles while Julie Crossman (bottom right) speaks to the Duchess of Cornwall during their royal visit to the Sir Robert Ogden Centre.'Credit: HDFT

Harrogate leads UK with new cancer treatment school

Health
Debra Forsythe-Conroy, former principal of Harrogate College and MP Andrew Jones.

Merger in 1998 lead to very turbulent times after many decades of success for Harrogate College

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Where is the best place for thousands of new homes to built in Harrogate?

Politics
A concept image of 'Hammerton', where 3,000 new homes could be built

Where could 3,000 new homes be built in the district?

Politics
David Brown, managing director of Northern, pictured at Zaragoza

Northern boss says sorry to passengers and blames short-notice over rail chaos

Business
The 19-unit facility could be built on land at Spa Lane

Outline plans for Starbeck homeless accommodation submitted

Politics
Date: 5th June 2018.'Picture James hardisty.'A Northern Rail train arriving at Leeds Station.

Rail chaos: The week the North bared its teeth over Northern timetable fiasco

Politics

8 dream jobs currently up for grabs in Yorkshire

Business
President of Harrogate and District Chamber of Commerce, Steve Scarre, wants control of Harrogate Town to return to Harrogate.

'Harrogate College has been a sleeping giant for too long'

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President of Harrogate and District Chamber of Commerce, Steve Scarre, wants control of Harrogate Town to return to Harrogate.

'Harrogate College has been a sleeping giant for too long'

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The company held a hog-roast for staff, families and friends to mark the anniversary. (S)

Membership benefits firm marks 40 years

Business
Denise Craven (left) speaks to Prince Charles while Julie Crossman (bottom right) speaks to the Duchess of Cornwall during their royal visit to the Sir Robert Ogden Centre.'Credit: HDFT

Harrogate leads UK with new cancer treatment school

Health
The Emergency Department will be temporarily relocated this week.

Harrogate Hospital's Emergency Department moved for temporary works

Health
Coun Jim Clark, Chair of the Scrutiny of Health Commission

'Radical change' needed for North Yorkshire's £35 million black hole in healthcare

Health
Excutive Director  Emily Fullarton with volunteers, trustees and staff outside the soon to be opened home of Wellspring Therapy and Training. (1806053AM1)

Harrogate's 'shame culture' can stop people opening up about mental health, charity warns

Health

Residents could have their say as massive public consultation over district traffic congestion is launched

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Traffic is one of the most important issues facing the people of Harrogate.

Traffic and congestion identified as Harrogate's most pressing issue

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A review into how Harrogate and Knaresborough are performing has been issued by North Yorkshire County Council.

Harrogate factfile: County Council report reveals district's performance in education, traffic and affluency

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Luxury Leeds to Harrogate bus will now stop in Moortown and Chapel Allerton

News
Temperatures across the UK are set to climb to 30C

Here’s how long the heatwave will last in Yorkshire

Environment
Martyn Brown at High Woodale Farm in Nidderdale. Credit: Yorkshire Water.

10,000 trees planted in Nidderdale as part of visionary project

Environment
The caravan on the Stray in Harrogate this week. (1806291AM3)

New: Caravan park on Stray - action this Friday?

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Leeds wont be closing roads for Clean Air Day, but there will be two different events which aim to raise awareness, one being in City Square and the other in Briggate

Why roads will not be closed in Leeds tomorrow for national Clean Air Day 2018

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Nuclear threat: How Yorkshire residents were told to protect themselves in the 1980s

Offbeat
North Yorkshire Fire & Rescue photo taken after officers rescued a 12-week-old kitten from inside a living room sofa at a family home in Tadcaster.

Fire crews rescue kitten from settee

Offbeat

Halloween: Harrogate ghost stories part two

Offbeat
Knaresborough Bed Race. (1806091AM27)

Letter: Great Bed Race is highlight of the year

Your Say
Pride in Diversity. (1806161AM8)

Letter: Pension - The ‘invisible women’ of the 50s

Your Say
Kerbside weeds

Letter: Weeds - Town’s good looks in decline

Your Say
Mayor of Pateley Bridge Christine Skaife.

Nidderdale Voices with the Mayor of Pateley Bridge Christine Skaife.

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Closing windows and doors when they are not in use will help deter opportunist burglars.

The crime matters column with Superintendent Paula Booth

News
Volunteers say they get great pleasure and friendship through supporting Ripon Cathedral.

The Dean’s Reflection column with The Very Rev John Dobson

Opinion
An early 17th century Joined Oak Standing Livery Cupboard �5,000-�7,000 (Summer Fine Art Sale, Saturday 21 July).

Under The Hammer column with Tennants Auctioneers

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