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Councils move to block payday lenders

Local authorities across West Yorkshire are blocking the websites of controversial payday lenders from all council terminals.

New home for businesses?

Plans have been drawn up for a new business park near Knaresborough.

Fire rips through barn

Firefighters called to blaze between Masham and Bedale in the early hours of Tuesday morning.

New bin service

Homes in Harewood, Otley and Wetherby are to get more frequent green bin collections.

Fundraisers go the extra mile

More than 200 cyclists have braved gale force winds to complete a fundraising challenge in aid of Yorkshire Cancer Research.

Police investigate assault allegations

Police are investigating an alleged sexual assault on a 16-year-old girl in Boroughbridge.

Hospital plans up for discussion

A major public consultation is gathering views on plans to change children's and maternity services at the Friarage Hospital in Northallerton.

Senior officer joins force

A new Assistant Chief Constable has started work at North Yorkshire Police.

Cars stolen in Harrogate

Harrogate police are appealing for witnesses after two cars were stolen in a two-in-one burglary.

Pups in need of love

Three puppies have been saved after they were abandoned in a farmer's field in North Yorkshire.

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Youths cause 'irreplaceable' damage to Brimham Rocks

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Investigation into damage at North Yorkshire beauty spot.


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Councillors reject plans for new homes in village near Boroughbridge

The parish council in Kirby Hill feared the development could 'swamp' the village.

Plans for new homes in Spofforth deferred over safety fears

Councillors concerned about extra traffic.

Young people express LGBT experience at Harrogate Pride

Artwork to go on show as celebration return for its second year.

Kex Gill repairs to start next week

The initial works could be completed in three weeks, allowing the A59 to open to single lane traffic.

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