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Alan Mak: Yorjshire can build digital apps to put NHS at your fingertips

YORKSHIRE has one of the largest digital economies outside London, with Leeds in particular establishing itself as one of the UK’s brightest and fastest growing tech hubs.

Bryan Hudson

York paedophile who escaped justice for more than two decades is jailed for 12 years

A YORK man who sexually abused three young children more than 20 years ago has been jailed for 12 years after police carried out a cold case review.

The Dean of York, Very Rev Vivienne Faull

York Minster consults on precinct ‘masterplan’

York Minster has launched a consultation on the development of a “masterplan” for the Minster Precinct, a six hectare site that was first occupied more than 2,000 years ago and which includes its stoneyard, the Old Palace Library, Minster School and offices .

ARCHBISHOP SENTAMU: Founded trust in 2009 to empower young leaders.

£500,000 boost for Archbishop-backed scheme to promote leadership skills in British schools

AN AWARDs scheme to promote leadership skills among young people has been given more than half a million pounds to expand to all schools in the UK.

600-year old Great East Window in York Minster.

Tourism plan for historic York to be unveiled

An ambitious package of arts, culture and heritage events planned in York will be revealed today with the city’s tourism sector set to bring in £1bn by 2025.

Bishopthorpe Road's junction with South Bank Avenue, York. Image: Google

Man knocked out cold in York attack

A MAN was attacked and left unconscious on a York street.
Joshua Townend

Scarborough teenage hammer threat car robbers locked up for 11 years

TWO teenagers from Scarborough who raided a house and threatened  the homeowner with a  hammer before stealing and crashing his car have been locked up for a total of 11 years.
Investigation discovers traces of cocaine in toilets at York Racecourse's most expensive enclosure

Investigation discovers traces of cocaine in toilets at York Racecourse's most expensive enclosure

Racegoers at York are taking Class A drugs in the disabled toilets of the course's most prestigious stand.
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Puffins will be celebrated at the Yorkshire Puffin Festival next weekend. Picture by Damian Waters.

Flamborough to host family-friendly puffin festival

Every summer, thousands of puffins take up residence in the nooks and crannies of the magnificent chalk cliffs around the greater Flamborough Headland to breed, making this dramatic chalk promontory one of the best places in the UK and northern Europe to see them from land.


Don't get caught out: Here's what you could be fined up to £2,500 for under the new MOT rules

Insurance provider Green Flag has found that over half of drivers are unaware of the changes to MOT tests which come into force today.

Is there still an economic case for fracking?

YP Letters: Fossil fuels vital for transition to green future

From: Sam Grant, York.

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A man has made contact with police following an earlier CCTV appeal.

Man comes forward after Scarborough shop theft CCTV appeal

A man has made contact with police in Scarborough after a CCTV image was released as part of an ongoing investigation.


For sale: Yorkshire glamping site with its own gypsy caravan

Fancy running your own idyllic campsite with yurts, a fishing lake and a wildflower meadow?

Lead Labourer Andy Bracegirdle walks past the 600-year old Great East Window in York Minster, as work is completed in a decade-long project to conserve and restore the largest expanse of medieval stained glass in the country.

New chapter as light of the Lord returns to York

It had been, said the Dean of York, the appearance through the half-glazed Great East Window window of a full moon a couple of Christmases ago, that had brought home to her the enormity of the project for which she was responsible.


The Yorkshire Post says: A window of hope. Milestone in York Minster restoration

A WINDOW into the past – and the future – is offered by the culmination of a momentous restoration project at York Minster that has taken a decade of painstaking work to complete because of its complexity.

These are the Mothercare stores in Yorkshire expected to close

These are the Mothercare stores in Yorkshire expected to close

Five Mothercare stores in Yorkshire will shut as the parent and child chain wields the axe on 50 underperforming sites.

The chalets as they are now

Warnings over chalet landslip were 'ignored'

A landslip threatening to  destroy Scarborough’s South Cliff beach chalets could have been avoided after cracks in the area were reported two years ago.


Three Yorkshire beaches have lost their Blue Flag status

Yorkshire has only one remaining Blue Flag beach after this year's certificates were issued for British seaside resorts.
Whitby beach.

One beach in Yorkshire gets a Blue Flag - it’s Whitby!

From today, one beach in Yorkshire will be able to fly a Blue Flag – an international award that tells the public it’s one of the best beaches in the world.
Coney Street, York. There is no suggestion that anyone pictured above was involved in the incident reported. Pic: Google.

Man arrested on suspicion of assaulting 'pregnant' woman in York

A man has been arrested on suspicion of assaulting a woman who is believed to be pregnant after two people were seen arguing in York, police said.

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