Holiday park firm told to pay £1,548.50 over fly-posting

A Ryedale holiday park business has been ordered to pay a total of £1,548.50 after placing an illegal advertising sign on the roadside in Howden.

Rebecca Munro works at Mott Macdonald in York.

Rebecca’s prestigious status

A Malton-based engineer has just been accepted as a member of the Institution of Civil Engineers (ICE).

1918 Police court: Summons against dairy company is dismissed

1918 Police court: Summons against dairy company is dismissed

At the Borough Police Court before Mr J Dippie (in the chair), Alderman J Pirie, and Mr RG Heys, the Woodlands Dairy Ltd, Roscoe Street, was summoned for selling three-pennyworth of new milk which was not of the nature, substance and quality demanded by Mr James Bastiman, Inspector under the Food and Drugs Act. Mr EM Taylor, Deputy Town Clerk, prosecuted, and Mr Tasker Hart, defended.

Michelle Martin (quality assurance manager), Shaun Mancrief (head of facilities management), Cllr Patrick Mulligan, Caron Longden (Soil Association's national development manager food for life), Jenn Smith (training and development officer), June Taylor (technical support manager).

Award on menu thanks to schools’ fresh food ethos

North Yorkshire County Council’s school catering service has been awarded the Soil Association’s prestigious Food for Life silver award.

Nathan Curtis

Curtis out, but Kittrick is boosted by youth

Nathan Curtis has left Scarborough Athletic, but Scarborough Athletic have been rejuventated by an influx of youth.

This is how witches are most commonly viewed today

The Yorkshire Witches: Mary Bateman, Mary Pannal and Mother Shipton

There are many stories which circulate the UK about historic witches who could perform magic, cast spells and create potions. Yorkshire has a rich past of tales about a few certain witches who forever carved their names in the history books.

Falsgrave Park. Scarborough

Walks: Easy walk on outskirts of Scarborough

Enjoy this short interesting walk on the outskirts of Scarborough, with its important springs and water supply.

Left, victim Shane Gilmer and right, Anthony Howarth, also known as Anthony Lawrence

Watchdog to investigate whether police failed to protect victim of 'crossbow' murder

A POLICE watchdog is to investigate whether officers failed to protect a man who was killed in a suspected crossbow attack.
File pic: Heavy seas hit Scarborough seafront

Road closed as heavy seas crash into Scarborough seafront

The road along Scarborough seafront has been closed as heavy waves are overtopping the seawalls.

Boro snap up two Scholars

Scarborough Athletic have recruited two players from the Scarborough Football Scholarship to boost their numbers heading into a very busy period.

Nestle factory.

Step inside the Easter egg factory

Have you ever wondered where Easter Eggs come from? Tim Worsnop tells the mouth watering story of one factory that produces literally millions of them every single year. Welcome to chocolate heaven!

Scarborough Hospital

Staff fears over Scarborough Hospital changes

A union says it will continue to fight for the future for hundreds of staff at Scarborough Hospital despite the trust taking the next step to move workers out of the NHS.
Flat Cliffs in Filey.

Funding essential to preserve Yorkshire coast communities, says senior councillor

Multi-million-pound funding packages from the Government are vital in helping to protect communities on the Yorkshire coast, a senior councillor has stressed.

Pictures by North Yorkshire Police

Sink hole in Scarborough road is 2.5 metres deep

A sink hole which has appeared in a Scarborough road is 2.5 metres deep.

Sunday football

North Riding FA move Traf v Angel final to Scarborough

The North Riding FA Sunday Challenge Cup final between Scarborough sides Trafalgar and Angel will be played at the Flamingo Land Stadium on Friday April 13, 7.30pm kick-off.
Road closed

Sinkhole closes Scarborough road

A sinkhole has appeared in a Scarborough road.

This week's high tide times for Scarborough.

High Tides - March 16 to March 23

The Scarborough Under-18 girls

JAMES PERRETT: Scarborough RUFC Under-18s dig deep to see off rivals

Our performance of the week at the weekend came from the Scarborough Under-18 girls, who beat Tamworth 34-24.
Rugby Union
George Bramham tussles for possession in midfield with teammate Nathan Parker looking on during Boro Under-16s 3-0 defeat   Pictures by Andy Standing

Boro Under-16s beaten 3-0 at Hessle

Scarborough Athletic Under-16s visited Hessle Sporting Harriers in their league encounter and went down 3-0.

Lifestyle: 10 things to do around the Scarborough area

Lifestyle: 10 things to do around the Scarborough area

Stuck for something to do in and around Scarborough this coming week? Here are some suggestions.

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