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Alan Johnson: Instead of blaming poor, we must eradicate poverty

AS politicians debate what needs to be done to tackle poverty, there is a tendency to focus on what might work in the future rather than refining and resourcing what has worked in the past.

Opinion
PCSO Lynne Butler, centre, with BAWP president Chief Constable Dee Collins and a representative from award sponsor Niche Technology.

National award for 'selfless' Whitby PCSO who set up boxing club in spare time

A PCSO from Whitby who "epitomises everything that is good about British policing" has won national recognition.

News
Wanted: Police hunt Scarborough man after assault

Wanted: Police hunt Scarborough man after assault

Police are turning to the public for help in the search for a wanted man from Scarborough.

Crime
The launch of Victory Rose. Pictures by Scott Wicking.

PICTURES: Boat builders launch number 37

A storm delay wasn’t enough to steal Victory Rose’s thunder as the mammoth Parkol Marine-built boat took to the water for the first time.

News
VITAL SKILLS: Apprentice stonemason Lewis Morrison at work. PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

History in safe hands as York Minster carves out its future

It is one of civilisation’s earliest crafts and the intricate skills of stonemasons have helped to preserve the fabric of York’s ancient Minster for centuries.

News
Healthwatch in North Yorkshire and York urge NHS national bodies to put patient safety before money.

Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals facing "significant cost reductions"

A health watchdog has said that the organisations which run Scarborough and Bridlington hospitals needs to make "significant cost reductions".
News 1
North Yorkshire Police are targeting cross-border crimimals.

Bid to stop ‘cross-border criminals’ targeting Scarborough and Ryedale

A police operation has been launched to stop criminals travelling into Scarborough and Ryedale to steal quad bikes, farm machinery and other valuables.

Crime
Wanted: Police hunting Scarborough man who must return to prison

Wanted: Police hunting Scarborough man who must return to prison

Police are searching for a Scarborough man who is wanted for recall to prison.

Crime
Road reopened after serious collision near North Yorkshire village

Road reopened after serious collision near North Yorkshire village

A road near a North Yorkshire village has reopened after a crash which left two people needing hospital treatment.

News
Brave Bradley Lowery is enjoying his holiday in Scarborough.

Bradley Lowery having "fantastic time" on holiday in Scarborough

Terminally ill Bradley Lowery is having a “fantastic time” on holiday in Scarborough with his family “making special memories”.

News
Road closed after serious collision near North Yorkshire village

Road closed after serious collision near North Yorkshire village

A road in North Yorkshire has been closed after four vehicles were involved in a crash this morning.
News
Malton Road, York. Photo: Google

Police appeal after York cyclist dies following collision

A CYCLIST died eight days after he was involved in collision with a car in York.

News
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Travel alert: Broken down train causes delays and cancellations between Leeds and York

A broken down train has created delays and cancellations to rail services in North and West Yorkshire this morning.

Transport
A CCTV image of the man police want to speak to

Passenger punched and smashed York taxi window - CCTV appeal

Police want to  identify a man and woman caught on CCTV  after a York taxi's window was punched and smashed.

Crime
D-Day veteran Ken Cooke, 92, at his home in York. (Gary Longbottom).

York veteran recalls the D-Day landings

Ken Cooke is one of the last surviving D-Day veterans from York and his wartime experiences are among those recounted in a new play. Chris Bond talked to him.

Analysis
Police arrest Castleford man wanted over Scarborough robbery

Police arrest Castleford man wanted over Scarborough robbery

Detectives investigating a robbery in Scarborough arrested a man from Castleford.
Crime
Library picture: Drugs can mitigate the symptoms of Hepatitis but not yet cure it

Leeds and York scientists make breakthrough in unlocking Hep-B virus

YORKSHIRE scientists have claimed a breakthrough in unlocking the genetic code that causes Hepatitis B, the virus that is the major cause of liver cancer worldwide.

Health
Adele Ashley, founder of Filmore & Union
Photo: johnhoulihan.com

Filmore & Union to open cafe in John Lewis

Healthy food cafe Filmore & Union is to take up residency on the ground floor of the York store of John Lewis.

News
Simba (left) and her two kittens which were left outside a Scarborough charity shop in a black bin bag.

Kittens and mother dumped outside Scarborough charity shop in black bin bag

Two kittens and their mother were dumped in a black bin bag on a scorching hot day in Scarborough outside the town's RSPCA shop.
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The road between Thornton Le Dale and the Fox and Rabbit pub is closed. Picture: Google

Road closure: North Yorkshire Police respond to serious collision near Thornton Le Dale

A road was closed in North Yorkshire following a serious collision this morning.
Transport
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