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Jane Gardam may be the most celebrated writer that many readers barely know. Two major prizes greeted her first collection of short stories in 1975; the Katherine Mansfield Award followed for another volume; the Prix Baudelaire for her first novel in 1989; and she was twice awarded the Whitbread Prize.
A YORK estate agent has been chosen to succeed deselected MP Anne McIntosh as Conservative candidate in Thirsk and Malton .
Ryedale District Council, in partnership with York & North Yorkshire Waste Partnership is holding a subsidised one-day sale of compost bins on Saturday, September 6, at the council's Streetscene Depot in Showfield Lane, Malton .
Margaret Shaw, Education Co ordinator at the Malton Museum with an exhibit from Terrific Trades at the Parish Rooms, Yorkersgate, Malton A FASCINATING glimpse into the historic past of shopping and trade in Malton and Norton is on offer at a new exhibition.
Limavady's Hugh McCloskey only took up the sport of wrestling two years ago but has gold medals to his name in the Ulster, Irish, Welsh and Maltese Championships.
Melvin Jacques, of Norton, was presented with a commemorative certificate and whiskey glasses by John Stoddart-Scott, the president of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society, at the Great Yorkshire Show on Wednesday, July 9 - exactly 35 years to the day that he began his first day working for the Birdsall Estate.
A GROUP of residents have set up a protest group against plans to build about 500 new houses in Malton .
A special meeting of the Thirsk and Malton Conservative Association is being held at York Racecourse tomorrow to choose a prospective parliamentary candidate.
The area's Local Enterprise Partnership has secured A 8.3m towards the transition of the Food and Research Environment Agency site at Sand Hutton into the National Agri Food Innovation Campus, with an expected 800 new jobs to be created at the site over coming years.
RESIDENTS in Old Malton are to open their gardens to the public this weekend to raise funds for St Mary's Priory.
Capplemans in Pickering is frying high after being crowned the Malton and Pickering Mercury's Fish and Chip Shop of the Year 2014.
Pictured at the Hope Central in Malton are from the left, Judy Wright, Ann Weatherill, John MacKenzie, Lesley Hurley, Lynn Cullis and Barbara Robson marking the 1st aniversary of the start of the Food Bank.
Yorkshire Agricultural Society's long service awards the Great Yorkshire Show. Les Rickatson, who has 47 years service, as a cattle steward and council member, employed by Malton Agricultural Society, Cattle Market, Malton.
Updated: Sat Jul 26, 2014 02:42 am
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