People from York also rank highly on the staycation-ers list, with 48% of the people surveyed taking a break in the UK this year.Read the full story ›
Robert Goodwill, who is the Conservative MP for Scarborough and Whitby, will work under education secretary Justine Greening.Read the full story ›
The council will start to clean-up a number of its beaches after a paraffin wax substance washed up on the shorelineRead the full story ›
An appeal for 2,000 people to help make a giant artwork for the Tour de Yorkshire has been launched.
The 17-metre long piece will be installed on the hillside overlooking the finish in Scarborough on Friday 28th of April.
Scarborough council will today show off its latest weapon in its fight against nuisance seagulls - birds of prey.Read the full story ›
A three-year-old girl was taken to hospital with facial injuries after a wave smashed the window of a car.
The toddler had been travelling inside the vehicle along the seafront in Scarborough, north Yorkshire, on Sunday when the wave shattered a rear seat window.
Police were called shortly after 4.20pm while the girl was taken to hospital with minor cuts to her face.
North Yorkshire Police later tweeted a warning, urging motorists to "stay away" from the sea.
The Kaiser Chiefs are going back to their roots to perform a gig in Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
A shuttle bus which runs between Bridlington and Scarborough Hospitals will be axed at the end of this month.
There was a campaign to save the free service when health bosses said last year that they couldn't afford to keep running it.
It was taken over by East Riding council, who started charging passengers, but they have now said not enough people are using it.
A wheelchair user and dog walker were among those caught out as the tide came in at Scaborough this afternoon.
Despite the threat of a tidal surge – and warnings to stay away from the seafront – some people appeared determined to get a close-up view of the waves.
People living on the North Yorkshire coast are being warned to be prepared for high tides and the risk of flooding.Read the full story ›