Ruth Appleby believes the baby she was told had died in a Spanish hospital may have been sold for adoption by a criminal network
The 2nd Battalion The Yorkshire Regiment (Green Howards) is one of the army units to disappear under plans to slim down the armed forces.
Thousands turned out to see the Olympic flame carried through North Yorkshire.
The oldest working theatre in the country is launching a fundraising appeal to try to save the two hundred and twenty five year old venue from closure.
Richmond's famous Georgian Theatre Royal celebrates three major milestones this year but is finding it tough in the current economic climate. Bosses are now hoping donors will help secure its future:
The oldest working theatre in the UK is launching a fundraising appeal to try to save the venue from closure.
The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond, North Yorkshire, dates back to 1788.
Like many arts organisations, it is facing a challenging time as funds are cut.
This year the theatre celebrates a trio of anniversaries and has decided to set a target to raise £122,500 from donations to help it stay as a performance venue.
The theatre first opened 225 years ago. It is 50 years since its re-opening after the doors closed for more than a century, and this year also marks the tenth anniversary since the theatre was fully restored in a one million pound makeover.
Its supporters say its survival is vital to the local community.
Malcolm Bryant, Chairman for the Theatre said: "Everyone is aware that this is currently a challenging time for the Arts organisations. ..
This is particularly so for the Georgian Theatre Royal, which, in addition to its artistic programme makes a major contribution to tourism, young people and the wider community. The Triple Anniversary Appeal will support all our activities and allow us to educate and entertain."
The chairman of Britain's oldest working theatre is appealing to the public to help safeguard its future.
Launching the Georgian Theatre Royal Triple Anniversary Appeal to raise more than £100,000 Malcolm Bryant said,
– Malcolm Bryant, Chairman of the Georgian Theatre Royal
"Everyone is aware that this is currently a challenging time for Arts organisations. This is particularly so for the unique Georgian Theatre Royal which in addition to its artistic programme makes a major contribution to tourism, young people and the wider community. The Triple Anniversary Appeal will support all our activities and allow us to continue to educate and entertain. To reach the target, the Georgian Theatre Royal needs local and national patrons to support the appeal and donate to enable this extraordinary Theatre to survive and flourish."
The theatre in Richmond, North Yorkshire, originally opened in 1788.
Britain's oldest working theatre is launching an appeal to secure financial support for the future.
The Georgian Theatre Royal in Richmond needs more than 100 thousand pounds in donations to help it develop more learning facilities.
It is 225 years since the theatre was first built in 1788, 50 years since it re-opened in 1963 and 10 years since the theatre was fully restored in 2003.
More troops returning from Afghanistan will march through North Yorkshire on Monday.
Last week hundreds of returning soliders were awarded medals, and today another 400 based at Catterick Garrison will parade through Richmond.
Flood victims who are forced to move out of their homes will be offered discounts on their council tax for up to a year in one part of the region.
The plans for the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire follow last year's severe weather and as Claire Montgomery reports, they're being welcomed by those whose homes were flooded.
You can watch her full report below.
Richmondshire District Council's Deputy Leader, Councillor Mick Griffiths, spoke to ITV News about the proposals.
Residents in Richmondshire who've been affected by flooding are welcoming news of a possible council tax discount.
John and Kitty Weedon were among those whose homes flooded in Bellerby when water came gushing through the village last year.
Flood victims who are forced to move out of their homes will be offered discounts on their council tax in one part of the region.
The plans for the Richmondshire district of North Yorkshire follow last year's severe weather.
The local council is one of only a handful in the country to create its own policy, which could see a tax free period for up to 12 months for properties affected by floods.
The area was badly hit last Autumn and the authority says it is responding to the hardship suffered by residents.
The scheme will be piloted for 12 months and then reconsidered by councillors.
A woman from North Yorkshire who gave birth to her first baby in Spain twenty years ago, believes her child was stolen to order.
The country's baby trafficking scandal is thought to involve many thousands of babies and there have been public demonstrations in Spanish cities by parents who are convinced that corrupt doctors, nurses and nuns stole newborns to sell for adoption to wealthy couples.
Ruth Appleby, from Catterick, was told that her daughter Rebecca died soon after birth, but she has since uncovered evidence and now believes that Rebecca was in fact stolen.
She spoke to our correspondent, Rachel Bullock.
You can watch the full report on that story below.