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Harrogate, Craven & Wharfedale headlines - Page 815

Vote for rail strike

Northern Rail staff have voted for strike action in a bitter dispute over what union leaders are calling the "casualisation of core rail work".

Young gardener at Chelsea

A pupil from Meadowside Community Primary School in Knaresborough is going to rub shoulders with the Royal Family and celebrity gardeners at the Chelsea Flower Show.

Force asked to provide Savile information

North Yorkshire Police could face an investigation over contact which officers had with Jimmy Savile.

Gas leak closes village

Part of Summerbridge near Harrogate has been sealed off following a gas leak.

Hunt for cigarette thieves

Police are appealing for witnesses after a burglary at a petrol station in Ripon.

Biker deaths prompt safety warning

Road safety officers appeal to motorcyclists as the number of deaths on North Yorkshire's roads reaches five for this year - already equal to the number of bikers killed during the whole of 2012.

Pledge to improve services

North Yorkshire County Council's newly re-elected leader has set out "varied and far reaching" priorities and pledged that the authority will "work to achieve the best for North Yorkshire".

Campaign supports local markets

The national Love Your Local Market campaign is designed to help budding entrepreneurs trade and get residents back on the High Street.

Sign of better times

Masham has been put back on the map by several local businesses.

New kit for young lifesavers

Pupils at Rossett School in Harrogate have invested in new medical equipment which could save lives.

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Masked men target Harrogate delivery vehicle

It happened on Crab Lane at 7.45am last Monday.

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Masked robbery in Harrogate

It happened outside the Co-op on Skipton Road.

Tour de Yorkshire teams confirmed

38 teams will be competing between 2 - 5 May 2019.

'Knit for Knaresborough'

Thousands of poppies are being knitted for the Royal British Legion.

Brownfield land could be used for new Craven homes

Greenbelt campaigners claim there are 44 local vacant sites.

Commissioner launches consultation on Fire Plan

Voice your views in an online survey

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