News from Malton

Chelsea go top of the Premier League as they come from behind to beat Leeds United in front of 2,000 fans at Stamford Bridge.
05 December 2020
The Duke and Duchess of Cambridge want to thank people for community efforts during the pandemic.
05 December 2020
Campaigners gathered at the Wiltshire site on Saturday afternoon to oppose the £1.7bn scheme.
05 December 2020
Derby boss Wayne Rooney says it was "disappointing and upsetting" to hear some Millwall fans boo players taking a knee at the start of Saturday's Championship match.
05 December 2020
Negotiators will talk on Sunday, but "significant differences" between the two sides in post-Brexit trade talks remain.
05 December 2020
A man and woman are seriously injured as a home in Illingworth, Halifax, is "completely destroyed".
05 December 2020
Time is running out for the UK and EU to strike a deal - what is happening now?
05 December 2020
Plans are in place for coronavirus vaccinations to begin in Northern Ireland on Tuesday morning.
05 December 2020
The tests introduced in England's tier-three areas are a "game-changer", a senior NHS adviser says.
05 December 2020
Police appeal for information about the deaths of Wendy Knell and Caroline Pierce in Kent.
05 December 2020
A railway outpost was popular among rail enthusiasts because it wasn't popular with passengers.
05 December 2020
Rudy Guede will complete the rest of his 16-year sentence doing community service, an Italian court rules.
05 December 2020
He was arrested with four other people in an investigation into the awarding of building contracts.
05 December 2020
Lower Cynon Valley follows a pilot in Merthyr Tydfil with testing for up to 27,000 people from Saturday.
05 December 2020
The virus - said to be "low risk" to humans - has been identified at sites across Great Britain.
05 December 2020
It comes as a further 22 people who tested positive for coronavirus die in the past 24 hours.
05 December 2020
There have been 2,695 deaths and 87,077 confirmed cases, Public Health Wales says.
05 December 2020
Two men and a woman died at the scene in Bothwell and two other men were taken to hospital.
05 December 2020
Nottingham Winter Wonderland features rides and 40 stalls and has prompted concerns from residents.
05 December 2020
Hannah Gaves hid crack cocaine and cannabis in her underwear and smuggled it into a prison.
05 December 2020
One in five children aged 10-15 experience bullying online, according to new figures.
05 December 2020
As retail chains fade, town centres may have to find other ways to attract custom.
05 December 2020
Using the government's coronavirus data, where in England has the most cases among over-60s?
05 December 2020
A reconnaissance flight in the South Atlantic obtains spectacular imagery of the giant iceberg A68a.
05 December 2020
Students in Hartlepool talk about what it's like going to school during a pandemic.
05 December 2020
The new restrictions have been described as "a devastating hammer blow" to the hospitality industry.
04 December 2020
With High Street retailers such as Topshop in trouble, will we give gift cards and vouchers this Christmas?
04 December 2020
"The only thing we could do was talk to her on FaceTime", a woman who lost her daughter to Covid told the BBC.
04 December 2020
These photographs show people at work and play in the snow, as warnings for ice and rain are issued.
04 December 2020
Cinderella can finally go to the ball, as venues in tiers 1 and 2 are allowed to hold productions.
04 December 2020
Researchers say industrial microwaves could decontaminate masks, but it cannot be done at home.
04 December 2020
Retailers have so far committed to handing back £1.9bn after some faced criticism from MPs.
04 December 2020
What are the latest restrictions and rules in England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland?
04 December 2020
"It's so hard to concentrate because the lecturers can't see you."
04 December 2020
Filmmaker Xavier Alford explores up to his rare illness for the first time as it slowly paralyses his arms and legs.
04 December 2020
The death of Nigel Demaline's wife, Pauline, of Covid-19, prompted him to help test a new vaccine.
04 December 2020
The children of Newburgh in Fife have been trusted to design the town's festive illuminations.
04 December 2020
Joe White will also act as consul-general to San Francisco when he takes on the role later this year.
04 December 2020
Ros Atkins from BBC's Outside Source asks if people will have to be vaccinated against the virus.
04 December 2020
Online shoppers are being warned of the risks of cyber-fraud during the festive season.
04 December 2020
As the UK becomes the first country in the world to approve mass use of a Covid vaccine for over-16s, the BBC's Laura Foster explains which high-risk groups will receive it first.
03 December 2020
A large explosion has taken place at a waste treatment works in Avonmouth, Bristol.
03 December 2020
Watch again: BBC News special with Deputy Chief Medical Officer for England Jonathan Van-Tam
03 December 2020
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