A memorial garden has been unveiled in Whitby to mark 100 years since German warships shelled the town.Read the full story ›
Commemorations are taking place in Scarborough, Hartlepool and Whitby 100 years after the towns were devastated by the German bombardment.Read the full story ›
Tributes have been paid this morning to those killed on the North Yorkshire coastline in the First World War bombardments exactly 100 years ago. Hundreds of shells rained down on Scarborough before German warships attacked Whitby in 1914. Twenty people were killed and hundreds more injured. There has been a flotilla in Scarborough where wreaths were placed on the water.
A memorial service is taking place at St Mary's Church in Scarborough to remember the 18 people from the town killed when German warships fired shells at the town exactly 100 years ago.
Exactly 100 years ago Scarborough and Whitby were subjected to bombardments by German warships. Events are being held in commemoration.Read the full story ›
Tributes will be paid this morning to those killed on the North Yorkshire coastline in the First World War bombardments exactly 100 years ago.
Hundreds of shells rained down on Scarborough before German warships attacked Whitby in 1914. 20 people were killed and hundreds more injured.
Lindy Rowley is from the Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre.
The protection zone placed around a duck farm farm in East Yorkshire following a bird flu scare last month was lifted today.
The area around the breeding farm in Nafferton, near Driffield, has been downgraded to a 'surveillance zone' by the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs.
A six-mile exclusion zone came into effect on November 16, followed by the culling of around six thousand ducks in a bid to contain an outbreak of the disease.
A woman whose daughter was taken from her care by her ex-husband three years ago is preparing for another Christmas without her.Read the full story ›
The German Chancellor has been asked to intervene over the death of a Yorkshire student in Cologne
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman has written to Angela Merkel demanding answers about how Jane Khalaf died - and how her family were treated.
Jane died after collapsing in hospital in Cologne - but not before she claimed her drink had been spiked.
Although drugs were found in her system, her family say she was fervently anti-drugs. Chris Kiddey reports.