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Clegg announces Tour de Yorkshire cash

The Deputy Prime Minister says Yorkshire will get £800,000 to help market the inaugural race and build new cycling facilities.

Harrogate attractions renamed in Mandarin

Brimham Rocks, Fountains Abbey and Harrogate among British tourist attractions given new Mandarin names to help boost tourism.

Junction changes reviewed following complaints

A task group has been monitoring traffic near the site of the new Marks and Spencer food store in Harrogate.

No council tax increase

Council tax bills are being frozen across the Harrogate District for the sixth year running.

Over 3 million visits to Valley Gardens

Residents and visitors to Harrogate show their love for the award-winning park as numbers increase on last year.

Woman in court over Thirsk care home murder

The 53-year-old has appeared before magistrates following the death of a resident at Sowerby House on Wednesday.

Nightclub rapists jailed

Two men have each been sentenced to nine years' imprisonment after raping an 18-year-old woman outside a nightclub in Northallerton.

Council defends A59 delays

North Yorkshire County Council apologises for inconvenience, but says a new crossing will improve safety for pedestrians and cyclists in Harrogate.

Police still piecing together "tragic" collision

Officers have renewed their appeal for information following the fatal crash near Great Ouseburn.

Job prospects linked to house building

A charity claims that Yorkshire and the Humber would get a "shot in the arm" of £259 million if more affordable homes were built.

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