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Gary Barlow Brings 2018 UK Tour To Scarborough Open Air Theatre

Gary Barlow is bringing his solo UK tour to Scarborough Open Air Theatre on Friday June 22 2018.
Martin Fisher

Scarborough teacher jailed for sexual offences

A former Spanish teacher and football coach from Scarborough has been jailed for sexual offences and making indecent images.
The weather forecast with Trevor Appleton.

Mild conditions expected until Thursday

Here is the week-ahead forecast for the East Yorkshire and Ryedale areas from local weatherman Trevor Appleton.

Midwinter unveiling:  group’s new name

Midwinter unveiling: group’s new name

A long-established Scarborough group has been re-born as The Arts Society Scarborough.

The driver was arrested in a field

Driver arrested after A64 police chase

A 31-year-old man has been charged with dangerous driving following a police chase on the A64.

The assault is believed to have occurred in an address in Longwestgate

Man in serious condition after Scarborough assault

A 27-year-old man has suffered a serious head injury in an assault at an address in Scarborough.
The Futurist

Historic Futurist will be demolished

The Futurist theatre will not be saved.
A traditional Santa dressed in green.

Victorian festive weekend held at Ryedale museum

Residents and visitors will have the chance to experience the sights, sounds and smells of a traditional Victorian Christmas as part of a weekend-long festive event.

Target sticks are used to guide red pandas around their enclosure.

View from the Zoo: Target training is essential for animal welfare

This week we will be letting you know how we look after our very cute red pandas and the best time for you to see them when you visit us.

Howard Beaumont takes a break at the Scarborough Spa .pic Richard Ponter 173018c

Lifestyle: 10 things to do this week in and around Scarborough

Stuck for something to do this week?

Chris Grayling boards a train in York on his way to Horsforth. Picture: Gary Longbottom

‘Look at what we’re doing’: Grayling comes out fighting on Northern transport

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has come out fighting over his department’s commitment to the North as he insisted the region’s leaders have all the same powers to improve services as their counterparts in London.

£140,000 cost of bid to take over fire service

£140,000 cost of bid to take over fire service

A bid by North Yorkshire’s crime commissioner to take over the county’s fire service has come under fire after it emerged more than £140,000 was spent on consultants.

May King Tsang a trainer at the Google Digital Garage in Sheffield

Google confirms it will extend ‘digital bus tour’ in Yorkshire

Search engine giant Google is extending its Digital Garage ‘bus tour’ in Yorkshire to offer people of all ages digital training and advice through free workshops and face-to-face coaching.

CCTV from the scene.

Thieves target village pub near Malton

Police have released CCTV of men they are trying to trace in connection with a pub theft in North Yorkshire.
Bradley's mum said they had a fantastic time in the town

Bradley Lowery's family want to buy holiday home for sick children in Scarborough

Bradley Lowery’s mum says she is hoping to create a holiday home in Scarborough for sick children and their families to spend time together.

Should the north of Yorkshire have one council?

Think tank calls for North Yorkshire’s district councils to be abolished or merged

Local councils responsible for services including waste collection and local planning in rural parts of Yorkshire should be abolished or merged with a larger county council to save money, a leading think tank has claimed today.

The burglary happened in Rothbury Street, Scarborough. Picture: Google

Valuable jewellery stolen during burglary at Scarborough home

Detectives are appealing for information after valuable jewellery was stolen during a burglary in Scarborough.

Officers have been policing protests in Kirby Misperton on an almost daily basis.

Latest figures reveal £230,000 spent in one month on policing Yorkshire fracking site protests

Policing ongoing protests at the region’s first fracking site cost North Yorkshire Police almost £250,000 last month, it was revealed today.

Scarborough tide times

High Tides - November 17th - November 24th


One of the previous meets

Car cruise back after damage by ‘rogue’ driver

A car cruise will return to Scarborough with the organisers saying it will be working with police to stop a repeat of the disruption caused during the last outing.

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