Eddie Hall, 41, had been working as a chef in Ho Chi Minh City for over a year but was reported missing in January.Read the full story ›
Hundreds are expected to march against council plans to close North Yorkshire's only remaining middle school.Read the full story ›
The mother of a man - who has been missing in Vietnam for more than 3 weeks - says that life gets more difficult each day he isn't found.
Eddie Hall, from Whitby, is working as a chef, in Ho Chi Minh City, but hasn't contacted friends or relatives since the 24th of January.
They are holding a fundraiser, in the town, tomorrow night, to make enough money to go to Vietnam and join in the search. Authorities from the UK and Vietnam are both involved in the case.
Police have issued CCTV images of a man they would like to speak to about a serious assault in Whitby.
In the early hours of Sunday 20 December an assault took place on Station Square in the town.
The victim, a 19-year-old man, received serious facial injuries which required hospital treatment.
Officers would like to speak to the man pictured on CCTV, as he may have important information that could assist the investigation into the assault.
A teenager from North Yorkshire has been reported missing.
Lucas Christopher, 15, is from the Whitby area.
Police are asking residents to take care, after 'unprecedented' levels of rain caused flash flooding in the town last night.Read the full story ›
The A171 Stainsacre Lane has re-opened, after it was closed due to earlier flooding.
The A174 Sandsend Road is closed due to flooding between Sandsend Road / Dunsley Lane and Lodge Road (Lythe Bank).
The A171 Stainsacre Lane is shut because of flooding between Summerfield Lane and Fairfield Way.
Between 1800 and 2300hrs yesterday Fire crews responded to 11 areas of flooding in the Whitby and Sandsend area but its been quiet overnight
The North Yorkshire seaside town of Whitby has been cut off by unprecedented levels of flooding tonight, with many streets underwater.Read the full story ›