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14 hrs ago | York Press
At York's Fulford School, head teacher, Lorna Savage said: "A huge congratulations go to our Year 11 students on their record breaking performances in the summer exams as Fulford recorded its best ever GCSE results.
18 hrs ago | The Advertiser
DETAILS of changes to a plan for a 500-home extension to a market town are set to be unveiled.
20 hrs ago | Gazetteherald.co.uk
RYEDALE Food Bank, based at Hope Central, in Castlegate, Malton , is appealing for particular items of foodstuffs to help those in need.
Mr Crossley's family originated from Yorkshire and founded the family firm, Crossley Carpets of Halifax.
Norton College, Malton School and Lady Lumley's, in Pickering , all saw pupils gaining expected grades, and in many cases surpassing them.
John Collins, from the society, said Malton had long prized its association with Charles Dickens - with streets named after David Copperfield, Mr Pickwick and Smithson Court, named after his local friend.
First unveiled last year, the project includes an interlinked package of development proposals which will provide for the relocation of the livestock market move to a new Agri Business Centre and Business Park on land beside Eden Camp , Old Malton, creating around 800 to 1,000 new jobs and attracting investment of around A 20million into the ... (more)
A NORTH Yorkshire author is launching a prank competition for children to mark the publication of his first children's novel - Prankenstein.
The park is also celebrating another new addition in the form of a baby vicuA a - similar to an alpaca - seven weeks ago.
A group of three-month-old puppies frolics outside the Kent County Animal Shelter after they were taken from a home that had 37 dogs.
Students and staff at both Malton School and Norton College celebrated another set of impressive A-level results this year.
Headteacher Richard Bramley said: "This was an excellent set of results with half of the A-Levels graded A* to B, over 80 per cent of grades being C or better and 22 per cent of all results were the top grades of A* and A. "94 per cent of students leave us with at least three passes at A-level standard and we continue to have departments performing ... (more)
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 01:12 pm
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