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THE Overground Underground Festival is returning to Ingleborough for its fourth year, and it is showcasing a mouthwatering new event.
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A dinosaur bone which has been in Doncaster for more than half a century has been returned to its rightful home.
A churchyard flasher who drew attention to himself by shouting "Oy!" at his distressed victims was jailed for four months.
OLD boy was taken to hospital after being bitten on the head by a dog in a Leeds park.
Most New York City rentals listed by the global website Airbnb appear to violate state law, according to the New York attorney general who's trying to subpoena information about nearly 16,000 so-called "hosts" renting apartments.
Cyclists of all ages and abilities will try to prove they are faster than a steam train at a fundraising event next month.
A campaign pledge to take on the horses during his first week as mayor was eclipsed by other issues.
A "badly needed" Sunday bus link connecting Otley and Ilkley with Skipton will be restored this Easter, more than seven years after it stopped running.
Meridian 23 is a bar with a utopian streak. It's a neighborhood hang out, but with planetary scope.
He said the rise in personal allowance to A 10,000 would take an estimated 396 people in his constituency, which includes Ilkley, out of income tax.
He has gathered almost 100 old maps revealing various aspects of the Haworth, Oxenhope and Stanbury areas.
A Coroner has ordered canal bosses to inspect and, if necessary, make repairs to a footbridge in Skipton where a 68-year-old man suffered fatal injuries when he slipped.
The team at Ikon Geopressure based at the Rivergreen Centre, Durham City wins a Queen's Award for International Trade NORTH-EAST innovators, exporters and entrepreneurs have been honoured by Her Majesty The Queen in her annual business awards, announced today.
The Environment Agency said it had repaired 350 flood defences to ensure protection for 115,000 property owners affected by the wettest winter on record.
Chris Topp, whose projects are found in places such as York Minster, Westminster Abbey, Buckingham Palace, The Royal Hospital at Chelsea and Stirling Castle, is to give a talk to Ripon Civic Society on Thursday, May 1. Mr Topp, whose firm is based at Tholthorpe near Easingwold has 25 years experience in the traditional skills and techniques of ... (more)
Councillors Rebecca Poulsen and Glen Miller in Changegate, Haworth, which has already been marked for repairs after recent resurfacing work was carried out The Keighley News reported a fortnight ago on how councillors and local residents were annoyed at the quality of the work carried out in Changegate, Haworth.