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Miners rally against pit closure
Miners at a North Yorkshire coal mine set to close this year stage a rally to call on the government to provide funds to keep it open. (Read More...)
Sex abuse charity seeks Savile funds
A charity which helps victims of sexual abuse in North Yorkshire is applying for funds from the Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust. (Read More...)
Carlisle leaves hospital after crash
Former York City footballer Clarke Carlisle leaves hospital, six weeks after being involved in a collision with a lorry on the A64. (Read More...)
Housing development gets approval
Plans for 600 new homes on the edge of a town in North Yorkshire are approved. (Read More...)
13,000 chickens die in shed fire
About 13,000 chickens die when fire breaks out in a large shed in North Yorkshire. (Read More...)
Teacher guilty of abusing pupils
A retired teacher at two Catholic boarding schools, including one in North Yorkshire, is found guilty of 15 counts of historical indecent assault against boys under 14. (Read More...)
VIDEO: Close-up: Churchill funeral train restored
Sir Winston Churchill's funeral train on display (Read More...)
'Sportive' cycling routes announced
The routes are announced of the mass-participation "sportive" for cyclists along the same roads as the Tour de Yorkshire. (Read More...)
Southend United 1-0 York City
Substitute Shaq Coulthirst fires a in late penalty to secure a narrow win for Southend United against York City. (Read More...)
Motherwell secure Laing loan deal
Nottingham Forest defender Louis Laing completes a loan move to Motherwell, who have also signed Anthony Straker. (Read More...)


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