- Video report by Jon Hill
The opening of a new £14m pound waterpark in Scarborough has been delayed by two days after it was hit by technical problems.
The Alpamare waterpark was due to open on Thursday, but the developers, who have faced last minute teething problems, have been forced to push this back to Saturday.
The opening of a new £14m pound waterpark in Scarborough is to be delayed by two days after it was hit by technical problems .Read the full story ›
The developer says the water rides are on a par with those found at premier water parks in Dubai and Florida.Read the full story ›
Police and medical staff say they are receiving a growing number of calls from drug users in the Scarborough area who have overdosed on so-called street Valium. The substance has been found to be laced with Rohypnol - which causes the user's mouth and tongue to turn blue.
Some users have been hospitalised after taking the drug - and police are now warning about the potential health risk.
Anyone with any information can pass the information on anonymously through Crimestoppers on 0800555 111 or contact North Yorkshire Police on 101.
A new shuttle bus is being trialled between Bridlington and Scarborough Hospital from today.
The council-run service - which costs passengers £5 for a return journey - has replaced a free facility which hospital bosses say they can no longer afford. It will be reviewed after the 12 week trial period before a final decision is made.
Police are investigating a woman was sexually assaulted near a park in Scarborough.
The incident happened on the morning of Saturday 11 June when the victim, a woman in her 20s, was giving a man a lift.
The man is described as around 40 years of age, short brown-mousy coloured hair, around 5’ ”8-10” tall, proportionate build, wearing a light coloured T Shirt, denim jeans, black boots or shoes and a gold necklace.
The man had left a licenced premises on St Nicholas Street in Scarborough at approximately 3.40am and walked up Newborough and Westborough towards the railway station.
He had then walked through the town centre with the victim.
Visit England figures show the Borough of Scarborough finishing second overall for holiday trips and holiday spend between 2013 and 2015.Read the full story ›
North Yorkshire Police is opening a new Volunteer Police Cadet Unit in Scarborough.
Teenagers between the age of 14 and 16 will be given the opportunity to learn more about policing and citizenship, as well as increase their confidence and self-esteem.
It follows the successful opening of the force's York cadet last year.
Police were called to a property in Aberdeen Street this lunchtime, where an albino corn snake had slithered into a garden and got stuck.Read the full story ›
A seaside town is enforcing its seagull problem with ultra-strong rubbish bags to stop the birds from making a mess of its promenade.Read the full story ›