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Behind The Scenes: Policing rural North Yorkshire

Stray FM went out on a shift with Craven's Neighbourhood Policing Team.

LISTEN: Knaresborough celebrates 50th Boxing Day Tug of War

It's a yearly Christmas tradition, and a competitive one!

Which Sixth Form is right for me?

Want to ensure your teenager chooses the right Sixth Form for them?

Burley Library spreads some Christmas cheer

It's opening on Christmas Day for people who are on their own.

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National News

Man dead after accident near Marton cum Grafton

A man has died after a collision between a van and a pedestrian on the B2625

British 'IS member' claiming to be Birmingham pharmacist held by Kurdish forces in Syria

A Briton, who claims to be a pharmacist from Birmingham, has been detained in Syria on suspicion of being a member of Islamic State.

Meghan reveals her 'something blue' was from first date with Harry

The Duchess of Sussex has looked back to the "magical day" of her wedding and shared personal details about her gown and veil.

Oxford and Cambridge among the top universities 'lacking social diversity'

The highest-rated universities in Britain - including Oxford and Cambridge - are the worst in the country for social diversity, new data shows.

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World

British 'IS member' claiming to be Birmingham pharmacist held by Kurdish forces in Syria

A Briton, who claims to be a pharmacist from Birmingham, has been detained in Syria on suspicion of being a member of Islamic State.

Sharks killed after attacks on woman and girl in the Great Barrier Reef

Two sharks have been killed after a woman and a girl were attacked within 24 hours of each other at the same tourist spot in the Great Barrier Reef.

'Little change' in Zimbabwe since historic election

When Emmerson Mnangagwa pushed long-time friend and fellow revolutionary Robert Mugabe out of the Zimbabwean presidency last year, he promised to deliver far-reaching political and economic reforms to a tired, run-down nation.

My house was burned down because of my views, says Zimbabwean father-of-five

Zimbabwe's electoral commission denied there was any interference in the country's first elections since Robert Mugabe stood down last year, despite accusations to the contrary.

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Sport

Theo Walcott should have joined Southampton over Everton, says Charlie Nicholas

Theo Walcott would have been better off re-joining Southampton rather than moving to Everton, according to Charlie Nicholas.

Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua's win over Alexander Povetkin his best at Wembley Stadium, says Carl Froch

Carl Froch believes Anthony Joshua's win over Alexander Povetkin should rank higher than his victory over Wladimir Klitschko.

Joshua vs Povetkin: Anthony Joshua stops Alexander Povetkin to retain world titles

Anthony Joshua delivered a devastating knockout in the seventh round to defeat Alexander Povetkin at Wembley Stadium on Saturday to retain his world heavyweight titles.

Marcos Alonso driven to become one of the best left-backs in the world

Marcos Alonso insists he came to Chelsea to try to become the best left-back in the world.

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Showbiz

Bristol Old Vic reopens after historic theatre undergoes £25m refurbishment

The oldest continuously working theatre in the English-speaking world is to finally get its own front door - more than 250 years after first being built.

Ant McPartlin confirms he is six months sober after drink-driving crash

I'm A Celebrity host Ant McPartlin has confirmed he has been sober for six months following a public battle with alcohol.

Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges dies aged 74

Chas & Dave singer Chas Hodges has died, aged 74.

Rihanna 'proud' to be given new ambassador role in Barbados

Rihanna has been handed the top title of 'Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary' by Barbados government officials.

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Family

Revealed: The most popular baby names of 2017

Sarah's dropped out of the top 100 for the first time since records began...

Famous authors head to Skipton

And Stray FM has half price vouchers!

Divorce doesn't have to be a blame game

Newtons Solicitors discuss possible changes to UK divorce laws

Local community to benefit from Harrogate Town FC

Focusing on education, physical health and mental health.

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Health & Wellbeing

One of the biggest killers of men under 49

The Brain Collective in Harrogate discuss male mental health and how they can help.

Is my child struggling with secondary school?

How parents can help with the "big school" move.

Do carrots really help you see in the dark?

And 5 other eye health myths!

Skipton firefighters raise awareness of kids cancer charity

They're doing their bit to support Candlelighters.

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Food and Drink

The Ilkley restaurant so good, even their broccoli is next level

Anyone with kids - or fussy adults - will know that broccoli is usually pretty bland. But one Ilkley restaurant has made it taste great, as well as whipping up a Mediterranean menu delighting customers.

Alexander's is ready for Autumn

With "umptious" flavours and comfort food.

Dine out and stay healthy for a fixed price

The managers of local Filmore & Union branches went head to head to learn the new summer menu and test their culinary skills.

Where do celebrities party in Harrogate?

Situated in an old theatre, Cardamom Black is more than a restaurant, it's a private events space like no other in the centre of Harrogate.

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Business & Money

CCTV to return to Skipton town centre

The project will see 40 new cameras installed.

Record breaking start to the year for Yorkshire tourism

Just under 294,000 people came to the county from abroad between January and March.

Future of annual Yorkshire Business Market secured

IThe annual event is held at Pavilions of Harrogate.

How are people like washing machines?

Quick wash, synthetic or delicate cycle?

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Education

Local community to benefit from Harrogate Town FC

Focusing on education, physical health and mental health.

How one North Yorkshire school helps new students settle

Staff, parents and students work together to make the transition go smoothly.

3 tips for parents of new school starters

Simple to action tips from Yorkshire Nanny Company.

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