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News from Thirsk
Is Yorkshire still in love with cycling?
Yorkshire’s continuing love affair with cycling
Tour de Yorkshire 2016 to get under way
The Tour de Yorkshire returns for its second year, with riders gearing up for three days of races across the county.
Kennaugh proud to show off GB jersey
Pete Kennaugh says he "jumped at the chance" to race in the Tour de Yorkshire so he can show off his champion's jersey.
Red kite shot in 'shocking act'
A protected bird of prey was killed in a "shocking act of cruelty" after it was found shot in a North Yorkshire field, police say.
Yorkshire held to second draw by Bears
Warwickshire and champions Yorkshire settle for a draw from their badly rain-affected match at Edgbaston.
New village plans are unveiled
A scheme to transform an abandoned golf course into a new community of more than 1,000 homes, is unveiled in North Yorkshire.
Injured veterans tackle Roman fort dig
Veterans including some who were injured in Iraq and Afghanistan are taking part in an archaeological dig at the site of an old Roman fort.
Dangerous wild animal licence granted
A man is granted a dangerous wildlife licence to keep more exotic pets at his home in North Yorkshire.
Flooding inquiry to take over six months
An independent inquiry into flooding in York will take up to six months to report back.
'Drug frenzy' death supplier sentenced
A man who supplied drugs that led to a student being killed in a "drug-crazed frenzy" in York is sentenced.
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