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Carl Gavaghan

Senior Multimedia Reporter for the Yorkshire Coast

Endeavour's arrival in Whitby could be delayed

The arrival of the replica HM Bark Endeavour to its spiritual home of Whitby is likely to be delayed by a week.
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By Tony Freeman

Crash closes Scarborough road

A busy Scarborough road has been closed due to a crash.
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The chalets as they are now

Warnings over chalet landslip were 'ignored'

A landslip threatening to  destroy Scarborough’s South Cliff beach chalets could have been avoided after cracks in the area were reported two years ago.

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The Futurist

Scarborough Council could look to recover Futurist costs from individuals

Scarborough Council's legal team may look to go after individuals involved in a campaign to save the Futurist theatre in order to recoup court costs.

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Scarborough Council met today

Scarborough Council backs Yorkshire Coast Homes merger

Councillors have backed the proposed merger of Yorkshire Coast Homes with a Teesside-based company.

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Green Lane

BREAKING: Crash between pedestrian and car in Scarborough

A woman in her late teens has been taken to hospital after a collision between a pedestrian and a car.

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The chefs taking part

Who's on when at Scarborough Food and Drink Festival

Scarborough’s first-ever food and drink festival will be taking place this weekend with thousands of people expected.

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Scarborough Town Hall

Scarborough's Labour group calls for end to free meals for councillors

Scarborough's Labour Group has called on the council to end the free meal perk given to councillors attending the Mayor making celebration on May 17.
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Video: Car hits side of flats in Scarborough

Police are at the scene of a collision involving a BMW car and the wall of a block of flats in Ramshill Road, Scarborough.
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Geoffrey Proudlock at the 'meadow'

‘Picturesque’ Scarborough memorial meadow left looking like ploughed field

A picturesque wildflower meadow that was supposed to provide a natural resting place for people in Scarborough has ended up resembling a ploughed field.
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The Tour Caravan

Day of fun as Tour de Yorkshire comes to Scarborough and Filey

The spectacular Tour de Yorkshire will hit Scarborough, Filey and Ryedale today with extra events lined up for the day.
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Tour de Yorkshire

Scarborough road closures as Tour de Yorkshire rides into town

The Tour de Yorkshire rides through Scarborough today, with a number of road closures in place.
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News just in...

Bank to close branch in Scarborough

The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has announced it is to close its branch in Scarborough.

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Town Hall

Scarborough inspections find dangerous faults in rented homes

More than 100 serious faults in rental accommodation have been found in the first eight months of a new licensing scheme.
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The plans

Plans for new Premier Inn on Scarborough waterpark site revealed

Plans have been submitted for the new Premier Inn hotel on the Alpamare waterpark site.
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Stereophonics

Stereophonics to play Scarborough Open Air Theatre

One of Britain’s best live bands Stereophonics are to play a not-to-be-missed headline date at Scarborough Open Air Theatre this summer.
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Brexit

Half of Scarborough residents want to remain in single market following Brexit

Nearly half of people in Scarborough think we would be better off economically in Europe - and a majority want to stick with the Single Market.

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Scarborough Town Hall

Scarborough councillor "refusing" to take part in data protection training

A Scarborough councillor could face sanctions after refusing to take part in Government mandated data protection training.

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Possible merger

Councillors to debate Yorkshire Coast Homes merger

Scarborough councillors will today debate whether to back a merger of Yorkshire Coast Homes with a Teesside-based company.
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