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Do you know a young star who deserves an award?

The Scarborough News and the borough mayor are urging people to nominate for a  new awards ceremony for the area’s young people.

Driver sentenced

Woman banned from the road for causing the death of Scarborough motorcyclist

A 24-year-old woman appeared at York Crown Court yesterday charged with causing the death of a 23-year-old motorcyclist from Scarborough.

Scarborough tide times

High Tides - January 20th - January 27th



Firefighters sent home in vehicle dispute

Firefighters in Scarborough were sent home this week after refusing to work on a new Tactical Response Vehicle (TRV).
Harry and Ralph from Scarborough Athletics Club with Heslerton Primary School pupils. The Small Schools trophy held by Louie Spencer, 6.

Heslerton Primary School retains McCain fun run trophy

The McCain Scarborough Fun Run was, once again, best represented by Heslerton CE Primary School.

Scarborough School of Arts students on the set of new horror movie End of Term

Arts students set the scene for horror film

A group of students at Scarborough School of Arts recently had a brush with a horror movie when they were asked to help design scenes and provide props for the British production.


Justine Greening: Scarborough UTC is just what young people need

The Education Secretary said colleges like Scarborough UTC are key to achieving a brighter and better future for young people.

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Plans of the Star Inn the Harbour

Restaurant at Whitby TIC site given approval

Scarborough Council has approved permission for a new restaurant at Whitby's former Tourist Information Centre.

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Over 40 schools in North and West Yorkshire have been visited by army bomb disposal experts after it was discovered they were storing a potentially hazardous chemical on their premises.

Family doctor and healthy living author Dr Julie Coffey at home in Sheffield

The Yorkshire GP who says we can think ourselves slim

Yorkshire GP Dr Julie Coffey has written two books to help us lead healthier lifestyles. Catherine Scott reports.

Green scheme launch

DVLA VED car tax: Find out how much you will pay!

New tax rules will end up costing South Yorkshire motorists hundreds of pounds when they come into force in April.

The capacity could also increase to 8,500

Open Air Theatre to have 30 shows per year

Scarborough Council has voted to allow 30 shows per year to take place at the Open Air Theatre.
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La La Land is currently showing at cinemas across the region.

Cinema listings

Your guide to what's on the big screen across the region this coming week.
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Quidditch team to hold try-outs in Leeds

Quidditch team to hold try-outs in Leeds

It's a sport played by wizards - but Muggles can try their hand at Quidditch in Leeds.


Adults risk toddler's life at Seamer station in shocking CCTV footage

Network Rail and the British Transport Police have issued a warning about the perils of level crossing misuse after shocking behaviour on level crossings was captured at Seamer station.
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LC Brandon Palmer with the CSC Capt P Russell RN and outgoing Navy Board Cadet Cdt Sgt T Wilson (Leeds Unit).

Brandon takes on important role at Sea Cadets

A Scarborough Sea Cadet was named as the Navy Board Cadet for Eastern Area 2017 at this year’s Area Conference.


VIDEO: Adults carry toddler into path of train at railway crossing

This is the heart-stopping moment two reckless railway trespassers carried a toddler across the path of a train.

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