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YP Comment: Vagaries of time - Poignant discovery in shoebox

For a century they lay unnoticed, lost to the vagaries of time, but the discovery of a book of memoirs in a shoebox in the town library in Skipton has opened a window onto local life during the Great War.

Opinion
Yorkshire beach cordoned off after possible 'unexploded bomb' discovered

Yorkshire beach cordoned off after possible 'unexploded bomb' discovered

A cordon has been erected on a beach near Whitby after a member of the public found what is thought to be unexploded ordnance.

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A 100 metre cordon has been established at Sandsend.

Bomb disposal experts at Sandsend beach after 'ordnance' found

The Coastguard has established a 100 metre cordon on the beach at Sandsend after an "ordnance" was found.
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Police have appealed for information.

Arrest after 'electric shock weapon' discharged outside Whitby nightclub

Nightclub door staff restrained a man who had discharged an "electric shock weapon" which was disguised as a mobile phone in Whitby, police have said.
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BBC's Pitch Battle - Knaresborough's Becky Bowe, third from left in the jump suit, singing her way to victory on national TV.

Millions watch Knaresborough singer win top BBC show

Millions of TV viewers saw a Knaresborough-based young musician win a BBC singing contest.

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Inside Grove House on Skipton Road, Harrogate.

Historian's plea to explore Harrogate's lost 'secret laboratory'

What lies behind the sealed door at one of Harrogate's most historic buildings is the question being asked by the town's most distinguished historian.

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Diversity United is the brainchild of 16 year old Cameron Osburn

Adversity United: A new disabled children's team is founded for Harrogate

A new team for under 12s is to open up the beautiful game for disabled boys and girls across the district.

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Swedish success: Jamie Hopcutt, in action during his days with Ossett Town, right.

How Jamie Hopcutt overcame rejection at York City to become Europa League star

FROM warming the bench at Whitby Town to posing for pictures in sofa shops in sub-Arctic Sweden, Jamie Hopcutt’s rise to European football has been an unlikely one.

Non-League

Ryedale Show is a hit in its 151st year

Ryedale Show followed up its bumper 150th instalment with another successful showcase of the area’s proud agricultural prowess, as a new record was set in its thriving livestock section.

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Sam Pointon

Schoolboy takes on role of new city tour guide

HE IS 14 and still at school, but Sam Pointon has already held down two top jobs in York.

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YP Comment: RNLI launch summer campaign

YP Comment: RNLI launch summer campaign

The summer holidays are here and that means families make a beeline for the coast.

Opinion
Curator of ceramics Helen Walsh looks at Pablo Picasso's Heads of Women. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Works by Pablo Picasso go on show in Yorkshire

Bernard Leach, one of Britain’s leading potters in the 20th century, wasn’t much of a fan of Pablo Picasso. In fact he openly sneered at the Spanish artist’s foray into ceramics, so he may well not have approved of the arrival this week of 18 Picasso pots, destined to sit alongside his own collection at York Art Gallery.

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DOUBLE ACT: Lotte Wakeham and Amelia Bullmore at Scarborough Stephen Joseph Theatre. Picture: Richard Ponter

Crowd-pleasers

The former Coronation Street actor Amelia Bullmore talks about her play showing in Scarborough. Nick Ahad reports.

Theatre
Testing firm YorkTest in £8.6m MBO deal

Testing firm YorkTest in £8.6m MBO deal

Bosses at food tolerance testing company YorkTest Laboratories have teamed up with private equity house Key Capital Partners (KCP) to bring forward an £8.6m management buyout at the firm.

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JAILED: Daniel Thomas Reed

'I had an urge to kill him': Teenager brutally murdered stepdad with hammer and knife then joked about it

A TEENAGER who murdered his stepfather in a "frenzied" knife and hammer attack before boasting about the killing has been jailed for life.
Crime
JAILED: Daniel Thomas Reed

'I had an urge to kill him': Teenager brutally murdered stepdad with hammer and knife then joked about it

A TEENAGER who murdered his stepfather in a "frenzied" knife and hammer attack before boasting about the killing has been jailed for life.

Crime
Jockeys leave the stalls at Haydock Park

Racing community shocked after Yorkshire stalls handler dies at meet

The racing community has been left stunned after the death of a Malton-based stalls handler following an accident at Haydock Park.

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This morning's incident

UPDATED: Man in hospital following alleged assault

A man is in hospital following an alleged assault in the early hours of this morning.

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Alan Bollinton, a volunteer with the York Observatory, aligns the telecsope

20 years of seeing stars all day long in York

Nestled beneath the trees in the museum gardens, it could easily be mistaken for a tool hut or a public lavatory, and for a while it was in danger of becoming one.

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York Glaziers Trust director Sarah Brown. Picture by Simon Hulme

Lottery cash will help save Minster

THE Heritage Lottery Fund will pump up to £1m into a 20-year initiative to “double glaze” all 128 of York Minster’s stained glass windows for future generations.

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