The RSPB and Beverley Minster are hoping to provide a home for breeding peregrines after installing a nest box on the tower of the church.Read the full story ›
A man has been jailed in East Yorkshire after making hundreds of drunk nuisance phone calls to police.Read the full story ›
The world premiere of Dad's Army, which was filmed in both Bridlington and Beverley, will take place in London tonight.Read the full story ›
A man from Driffield has been arrested on suspicion of arson, after hay valued at £40,000 was set alight in Beverley Road, Beeford.
A police patrol discovered the fire at around 2.05am on Wednesday, December 30.
A 53-year-old man was later arrested and has been released on bail until a date next month, pending further enquiries.
Officers investigating this latest incident are now appealing for anyone with information to call 101, quoting log number 44 of December 30.
Why someone would deliberately set fire to a store of straw is difficult to comprehend. Taking precautions to prevent such incidents is one of the key factors in avoiding becoming a victim of such a crime.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has secured a place in the main draw for the Australian Open.
The 20-year old missed out on automatic entry for the Grand Slam last month by three rankings, but will now be included after Richard Gasquet becomes the third player to withdraw.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has missed out on automatic entry for the Australian Open next month by three rankings.
The 20-year-old, a member of the victorious British Davis Cup team, has seen his ATP World Tour ranking slip from 99th position when he arrived in Belgium just over a fortnight ago to a current place of 102 and Tennis Australia base their direct entries on this week’s ranking list.
Edmund must wait to see if three players withdraw before the tournament gets under way on January 18 and contest the qualifying rounds in the interim.
Log 57 -= RTC car v's lorry at the junction of New Walk and Elm Close in Beverley. This is causing problems for other road users #9523
Following years of building work and millions of pounds of investment, Beverley's Flemingate centre has opened to the public.Read the full story ›
A new £125m shopping centre has opened in Beverley today.
The Flemingate scheme, on the site of a former chemical works, includes a multi-screen cinema, 80-room hotel and a college campus.
The development covers 16 acres (6.5 hectares) and includes brands such as Debenhams, H&M and Costa Coffee, along with a 500-space car park.
Beverley stepped back to the 15th Century this weekend - to mark the 600th anniversary of the Battle of Agincourt.Read the full story ›