The annual cycling spectacle is boosting the number of ladies getting on their bikes in the North EastRead the full story ›
The Tour de Yorkshire wheels back into the region from April 28 to April 30. If you want a piece of the action, we've got all the details.Read the full story ›
Five projects in our region are set to receive a share of the funding.Read the full story ›
North East poultry keepers have been urged to follow strict biosecurity measures to help prevent the spread of Avian Influenza or Bird Flu.Read the full story ›
Farms across North Yorkshire are offered free crime prevention advice in major rural policing operation.Read the full story ›
The flock of 17 birds are now set to be culled and a 3km protection zone and 10km surveillance zone have been put in placeRead the full story ›
There were 27 incidents of harecoursing the first weekend of Lincolnshire Police’s clampdown on hare coursing.Read the full story ›
As harvest season approaches, drivers are being asked to be patient and allow agricultural vehicles space.Read the full story ›
Thousands of people are descending on Harrogate for the Great Yorkshire Show.
Over the next three days more than 120,000 people are expected to visit the annual agricultural spectacular, which is in its 158th year.
A cricket legend, TV stars and world record breakers will be among this year's star guests.
The Yorkshire Rows are displaying their boat today for the very first time since they became the oldest female crew to row across the Atlantic Ocean earlier this year.
For one day only, the public will be able to see first-hand where the four mums from Yorkshire spent 68 days rowing 3,000 miles from La Gomera in the Canary Islands to Antigua.
Geoffrey Boycott will be a special guest on Tuesday, when the public will have chance to meet the legend who was a leading light in English cricket for a quarter of a century.
The winner of Yorkshire’s Favourite Pub 2016 will also be announced
The Yorkshire Rows have told Calendar they are planning to bring out a book about their heroic trans-Atlantic journey.
The four mums became the oldest femal crew to row the Atlantic when they spent 68 days rowing 3,000 miles from La Gomera in the Canary Islands to Antigua earlier this year.
And they say they're already planning another epic endurance feat – but this time on land. The women were keeping tight-lipped about exactly what was in the pipeline but suggested it could involve a trek across the desert or the North Pole.