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Developer S Harrison ready to seize opportunities
The business, which was behind the development of City of York Council 's West Offices, recorded a turnover of A 7.22 million in 2012, up on A 2.67 million in 2011.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
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Fab Beatles in Kirk fundraiser
Tribute act the Fab Beatles return to Ryedale for a one-night only concert at Pickering's Kirk Theatre on Saturday June 22. The show has been organised by Ryedale Special Families following the band's sell-out performance in Malton a year ago and all proceeds from the evening will once again go to the charity.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Worries shared on NHS cash 'lottery'
HEALTH Secretary Jeremy Hunt has told a York MP he shares his concerns about a "postcode lottery" over health funding which has left patients in York getting less money than residents elsewhere in North Yorkshire.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
New scheme for Wentworth Street car park
A NEW plan is being put forward for the controversial Wentworth Street car park site by the Leedsbased Holbeck Land and Property Development Company which wants to buy the site from Ryedale District Council.
A 25 million holiday village gets go ahead
AN ambitious plan to build a A 25 million holiday village, shops and park and ride on the outskirts of Pickering has been unanimously welcomed by councillors.
Safer Ryedale to receive A 20,000 grant
SAFER Ryedale has been allocated A 20,445 by the Police and Crime Commissioner to deliver its Partnership Plan for 2013/14.
Donations flood in to Ryedale Food Bank
Promoting the forthcoming collection day at Asda in Norton for the Ryedale Food Bank are, from left, Stacey Darrell, Lynn Cullis, Emily Cullis, Charlotte Anthony, John King, Ann Weatherill, Sheila Turner and Lesley Hurley More than a tonne of food has so far been donated for families in crisis, with a public food collection planned for this ... (more)
Ryedale businesses take top honours
The Royal Oak at Old Malton and Bothams of Whitby , which has a themed tearoom in Pickering , have received TripAdvisor Certificates of Excellence for their hospitality excellence.
Residents call to curb speeding motorists
Their plea has been taken on board by Malton Town Council after local councillor Martin Dales warned that crossing the busy Town Street which leads from the A64 to Malton has becomes increasingly hazardous and unsafe, particularly for the elderly and children.
Community ideas sought to develop Ryedale Indoor Bowls Club
The sale of the club in Norton has been put on hold after moves to have it registered as a Community Asset.
Council pumps in A 40k for Tour de France
A council in North Yorkshire has agreed to put A 40,000 towards the costs of the region staging next year's Tour de France as another local authority prepares to discuss its own contribution.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
New plan for Low Marishes pub turned down
THE owners of a former Ryedale pub have been dealt another blow in their plans to redevelop the controversial site.
Mon Jun 10, 2013
Retirement village bid at Ryedale town
Plans for 41 sheltered housing apartments for elderly people, as well as communal facilities, have been drawn up for the North Riding Garages site in Eastgate, Pickering, by retirement living firm McCarthy & Stone.
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17 arrests in drink drive campaign
Two men in the Ryedale area are among the 17 people arrested in the first week of North Yorkshire Police's summer drink drive campaign.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Assistant chief constable looks back at his North Yorkshire career
As he prepares to move to a neighbouring force, North Yorkshire's assistant chief constable Iain Spittal talks to crime reporter KATE LIPTROT about murder investigations, steering the force through controversy and why he has found his career so rewarding.
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Eddie ready for Great North Run
Eddie Fisher, who works at Hydromotion in Malton, has decided to take on the half-marathon in Newcastle this September as a thank you to Ryedale Special Families.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Clubs can apply for grassroots grants
CLUBS in Ryedale are being encouraged to apply for grants from a building society that is celebrating its 160th anniversary.
Sewage-blight village cries foul over 'cure'
RESIDENTS of a Ryedale village which has been blighted by raw sewage on the road are fed up that Yorkshire Water will not carry out work to remedy the problem.
Friends in cash bid for trips of a lifetime
Olivia Major is supported by her mum Jackie on her bid to raised A 4,000 for her Camps International trip to Borneo TWO teenage girls are planning trips of a lifetime - but first they each have to raise thousands of pounds from sponsors or events.
A 150,000 research library opens at Ryedale Folk Museum
Lady Feversham opens the new library and research centre at Ryedale Folk Museum, watched by Tony Clark, museum chairman, Peter Spence of the EU Leader Project, David Stockdale, museum manager, and Kevin Simms, museum director The library has been built in the grounds of the popular museum in Hutton-le-Hole, alongside the home of the Harrison ... (more)