Two Polish brothers who were convicted of a number of offences in Harrogate have been deported from the UK by Immigration EnforcementRead the full story ›
NOW FOUND Jenny Moody, 19, was seen leaving Harrogate District Hospital at around 1am this morning.Read the full story ›
North Yorkshire Police are concerned for 14-year-old Kelly Rutherford and 16-year-old Abbie Todd who are missing and believed to be together.
The pair were last seen on Wednesday at around 5pm in Harrogate town centre.
If anyone has information on their whereabouts or has any sighting of either girl please call 101 and quote ref 12150223032.
The victim, a man in his thirties, was taken to hospital with wounds to his back and arms in the early hours of Sunday October 11.Read the full story ›
An exhibitor at the WI Fair has been told to censor some of his wares because they contain place names "too rude" to be shown at the event.Read the full story ›
Officers investigating the death Stefan Forge 14-years ago are asking for help to find the driver who hit the cyclist and failed to stop.Read the full story ›
Harrogate Borough councillors have voted in favour relocating to brand new headquarters.
The full cost of the move has not been revealed 'for commercial reasons', but the council has confirmed that the 'net ' cost will be £8.72m, after money raised from the sale of four existing buildings is subtracted from the total.
A spokesman says the rest will be paid for by using Council reserves and borrowing.
The authority says the new headquarters would then enable them to make savings of £1m per year, through efficiencies and lower energy costs.
“Operating from five offices in the town centre is costly and inefficient. The creation of a new headquarters at our Knapping Mount site will bring a range of benefits for the district. We have carefully considered the financial implications from the initial cost of building to the long term operational costs, and I believe that the creation of a new council headquarters will allow us to achieve long term savings. The council will be able to improve the service we offer by operating from one location, allow us to invest more in the services that really matter to our customers, ensure funding is available for other important district projects and to be more environmentally friendly."
As the Great Yorkshire Show draws to a close, we can share some our pictures from the event. There was glamour...
And the more traditional country events
Show jumping has got underway at this year's Great Yorkshire show, which is being attended by Prince Charles and the Duchess of Cornwall.
Motorists have been told to expect delays as the 157th Great Yorkshire Show officially gets underway in Harrogate today.
More than 130,000 people are expected to head for the showground during the three-day event.