Hard Brexit ‘would spell disaster for many farms’

New trade tariffs for British produce post-Brexit could spell disaster for many farms, the National Farmers’ Union (NFU) said.

The new wave of flexible working: good news for working parents

The new wave of flexible working: Good news for working parents

There is a new way of working which is gaining popularity in the UK, and it is great news for parents who want a credible and flexible career option.

Phone boxes could be no more

Phone boxes could be for the chop

Dozens of public phone kiosks in the Scarborough area are set to be removed or closed down by British Telecom.
Vote for The Sheffield Smile finalists at this year's Hospitality Sheffield Awards 2016

VOTE: Sheffield Smile Award finalists - who gets YOUR vote?

One of these beaming Sheffield hospitality workers really will have lots to smile about...
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View of the Baltimore skyline in Maryland, USA.

Yorkshire businesses ‘can benefit massively’ from American infrastructure projects, leading US lawyers

Businesses in Yorkshire and the North of England are well placed to capitalise on plans from both US presidential candidates to massive infrastructure spending if elected, a leading US lawyer has said.

There could be extra flights between Leeds Bradford Airport and Heathrow if a third runway is built at London's main airport.

Tom Richmond: Trains or planes, we need links that mean business

THE promise of extra flights between Leeds Bradford Airport and Heathrow needs to be placed in a wider political context.

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Yorkshire Coast College invite Chocolatier Andrew Thwaite to teach the students about the art of chocolate making. Also pictured student Jack  Miladinovic . pic Richard Ponter 164105b

Michelin star glamour night with chocolate spectacular

The world’s largest supplier of high-quality chocolate has donated 120kg to catering students at Scarborough’s Yorkshire Coast College.

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Chris and Sue Gardner who are selling the Last of the Summer Wine exhibition in Holmfirth.
 PIC: Tony Johnson

Couple look for a buyer for Last of the Summer Wine Exhibition and Gift Shop after more than 13 years

IT WAS a romantic balcony scene with a twist on Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet.

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Roosters craft beer brewery in Knaresborough - Commercial manager Tom Fozard and head brewer Oliver Fozard.

Yorkshire ‘a capital’ of new craft beer trend

A boom in the popularity of small-scale breweries means Yorkshire has emerged as a capital of craft beer.

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American street artist Peregrine Church

VIDEO: It will be raining words at Sheffield's Off The Shelf - tell us your favourite Yorkshire sayings

Aye up. 'Av a gander at this. Tha'll niver believe thi eyes with all this Tyke talk when it's silin' it darn in tarn!

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Race is on to bag tickets for Jeremy Clarkson’s new car show in Whitby

THE RACE was on today to bag tickets for Jeremy Clarkson’s new motoring show in Whitby.

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Up, up and away...Redbrick aims to raise 10,000 this weekend for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

VIDEO: Put your feet up to help raise £10,000 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance with Redbrick

Forget sponsored runs for charity...this weekend you can help raise £10,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance by putting your feet up or getting a good night's sleep!
Date:16th October 2014, Picture James Hardisty, (JH1005/67j) The Star Inn, High Street, Harome, near Helsmley, North Yorkshire,  has regained its Michelin star status for 2015. Pictured Andrew Pern, chef and owner of the Gastropub.

Top chefs’ chocolate glitz

More than 100kg of the finest chocolate is being used to produce the showpieces and petit fours as three Michelin-star chefs create a spectacular meal at Scarborough Spa.

Bianca Miller of Apprentice fame visits Scarborough University Campus to meet up with local businesses and University representatives . Front Laura Cotter, Bianca Miller, Katy Grayley, Scarborough News Editor Ed Asquith. Back row Alex Asquith, Jenny Simpson, Ann Jacklin and Adele Duffield.

Last chance to enter business awards

Time is running out to enter the Scarborough and district Business Awards, the best showcase for celebrating enterprise and inspiration.

Property: Bridlington Street, Hunmanby, £175,000

Property: Bridlington Street, Hunmanby, £175,000

Extended semi-detached residence well situated for the village amenities.

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free kits to use

Mini-powerboat challenge with free kits to use

Calling pupils, students and youth groups from throughout the Scarborough – take part in a mini boat-building competition with free kits.

Nick Clegg to talk about his new book Between the Extremes

WIN: Nick Clegg tickets for Sheffield's Off The Shelf this Friday

Nick Clegg, the former Deputy Prime Minister, is a guest speaker at this year's Sheffield Off The Shelf book festival on Friday and we have TEN tickets to be won.

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Steve Ellard

Scarborough man through to leadership final

A 30-year-old Scarborough man has reached the final of a national leadership competition.
Police appeal

Appeal for information following a serious collision in Hunmanby

North Yorkshire Police are appealing for information regarding a serious collision between a green Ford Focus C-Max and a black Vauxhall Astra which took place at 6.40am this morning in Bridlington Road just outside Hunmanby.
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Michelin chef to open restaurant in TIC

The Michelin-starred chef behind The Star Inn at Harome and York’s award winning Star Inn The City, has announced a new venture to win over the hearts and delight the taste buds of diners in Whitby.
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