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Harrogate, Craven & Wharfedale headlines - Page 601

Women urged to muck in at Ripley Castle

Harrogate's women are being encouraged to sign up for the new Race for Life Pretty Muddy event.

Heavy rain brings flood risk

Communities across Yorkshire are being warned about the possibility of more flooding this week.

Drivers see red over road closure

It's emerged that council staff directing traffic on the A59 between Harrogate and Skipton have faced abuse from some drivers.

Tadcaster footbridge starts to take shape

Work has started on building a temporary footbridge over the River Wharfe.

Injured builder stuck on scaffolding

Firefighters have been called in to rescue a builder who fell and injured his leg in Harrogate.

New brew to raise funds for flood victims

A Masham brewery is doing its bit to help communities affected by the recent flooding.

Fundraisers to saddle up for record-breaking ride

A cancer survivor from Harrogate is one of 12 people preparing to follow in the footsteps of Frankel and Frankie Dettori to help Macmillan Cancer Support.

Concerns over "shocking" lack of forensic health services

Officials say children who have been the victim of a sexual assault in North Yorkshire can wait nearly three days to be seen by a trained doctor.

VIDEO: Suffering animals kept in 'dungeon' at Yorkshire veterinary practice

A vet and his assistant have been convicted of neglecting dogs and cats which were found living in filthy conditions in a dark basement in Leeds.

Collingham family terrorised by robbers

Four men armed with weapons forced their way into a house on Church Lane.

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Appeal for driver to come forward following crash near Harrogate

The collision happened close to Plumpton Rocks.

Harrogate Town manager to star in TV documentary

It follows the life of a football manager.

Otley joins the Refill revolution

The town wants to reduce its reliance on single-use plastics.

North Yorkshire Police review training following death of teenager

An Independent Office for Police Conduct (IOPC) investigation has been published

There's still time to sign up for Saint Michael's Hospice magical "Twilight Walk"

It takes place on Saturday 2 March in Knaresborough

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