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Rescued lions are celebrating five years since arriving in Yorkshire.
The neglected pride had been kept in concrete pens, and faced an uncertain future in Romania.
But a huge public campaign brought them to a new purpose-built home in Doncaster.
Claire Ashforth reports:
Thousands of bathers are expected to make a splash at Ikley Lido over the summer after it reopened this Bank Holiday weekend.
Voted one of the top ten open air pools in the country, the Lido celebrates its 80th anniversary this year and will be open every day until the end of summer.
Chris Lamb, a lifeguard at the pool, says they are expecting more than 140,000 people:
The A1(M) has partially reopened following a collision earlier.
The A1(M) is blocked after a multi-vehicle accident between the southbound junctions 49-48.
The Highways Agency, as well as North Yorkshire Police and Fire are on the scene.
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The body of an 89-year-old woman has been recovered from a river in Ilkley.
A walker raised the alarm at about 8.30 yesterday morning after making the discovery in the River Wharfe.
Police have confirmed that the pensioner was from Ilkley but have yet to release her identity. The circumstances surrounding her death remain unclear but it's not being treated as suspicious. The Coroner's office has been informed and an inquest will be held at a future date.