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Flying Scotsman sweeps through Yorkshire countryside en route to Edinburgh

The Flying Scotsman has returned to her home county as the locomotive's summer tour schedule gathers pace.

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Joshua Scott

Can you help police trace wanted Scarborough man?

POLICE are appealing for the public's help to trace a  wanted Scarborough man who failed to attend court.

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Jan Vanee

Missing Hunmanby man found safe and well

A man who was reported missing from his home in  Hunmanby near Filey been found safe and well.
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One of Scarborough’s best homes? Look inside six-bedroom house with views of golf course

Carlton Manor is probably one of the best homes available in Scarborough today. ClICK ON THE LINK ABOVE OR HERE TO SEE A GALLERY OF PHOTOS.

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The site at Star Carr, near Scarborough

Two more stone-age houses dug up near Scarborough

IT has already been acknowledged as the site of Britain’s earliest house – and new secrets given up by a middle stone-age settlement near Scarborough suggest that it was also home to an estate and possibly a primitive factory.

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Lost space balloon crash lands off the Yorkshire coast

Lost space balloon crash lands off the Yorkshire coast

A reward is being offered to sailors who find a lost weather balloon in the North Sea after it crash-landed off the Yorkshire coast.

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Scarborough pensioner shot birds dead because their calls and songs disturbed him

A PENSIONER has been cautioned by police after he admitted  shooting birds in his own and neighbouring gardens in Scarborough because he disliked being disturbed by the sound of their calls and songs.

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How Scarborough’s North Bay is reclaiming its entertainment crown

Scarborough is reclaiming its crown as one of England’s top entertainment resorts. But can its starry line-up of one-night stands compete with Blackpool’s summer-long attractions? David Behrens reports.

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These photos will remind you of your summer holidays on Yorkshire’s east coast

There are few things better in life than a holiday spent on Yorkshire’s east coast.

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Owen Willis in his poppy suit

Scarborough dad to run London Marathon wearing huge poppy suit

A father-of-three is to tackle the London Marathon dressed in a 5ft-wide poppy costume.
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RNLI reveals why they sacked Scarborough coxswain in damning statement

RNLI reveals why they sacked Scarborough coxswain in damning statement

The RNLI have released a second statement criticising the conduct of a sacked Scarborough lifeboatman.
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Yorkshire’s coastal towns: Eyes of the world turn to Yorkshire with cameras a permanent fixture

Riding high on recent successes, and amid a storm of international acclaim, Yorkshire’s prominence in the eyes of the world has never been so strong.

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Sunshine – and clouds – on horizon for Yorkshire coastal towns

COASTAL communities in Yorkshire are facing mounting pressure to capitalise on a wave of unprecedented economic opportunities while preserving the hugely lucrative multi-billion-pound tourism industry.

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CARTOON: Graeme Bandeira

Travel fears over Yorkshire coast’s tourist boom

A summer tourism boom predicted for the Yorkshire coast as holidaymakers renounce foreign travel could be stifled by a lack of key transport links, political leaders have warned.

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Yachts and pleasure boats in Bridlington Habour. PIC: Tony Johnson

Andrew Vine: Whiff of decline and a breath of fresh air – the challenge facing Yorkshire’s resorts

THE rancid smell of cabbage boiled to an inedible dark-green sludge that came wafting out of a guest house in Bridlington over the Easter weekend instantly transported me back 36 years.

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Scarborough lifeboat manager addresses coxswain's sacking

Scarborough RNLI's lifeboat operations managers has urged people in the town not to direct their anger towards local volunteers.
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Could putting seagulls on birth control solve Yorkshire resorts' bird problems?

A contraceptive pill could be the answer to reducing the Yorkshire coast's nuisance seagull population.
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Sacked Scarborough lifeboat coxswain hits back at RNLI

A decorated Scarborough RNLI coxswain has hit out at the charity after it sacked him after more than 30 years’ service.
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Tom Clark

Long-serving RNLI coxswain stood down

A long-serving Scarborough RNLI volunteer has been dismissed after an investigation into an unauthorised training exercise.

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Scarborough Harbour . Fishing boats moored after a working day out a sea. pic Richard Ponter 180518a

Boats could be forced to carry dye tablets to highlight dumped waste

Harbour vessels at a Yorkshire seaside resort could be the first in the country to be bound by strict new waste rules as attempts are made to improve bathing water quality.

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