A climber has been taken to hospital after being injured in a fall at a North Yorkshire beauty spot.
A 43-year-old man fell several metres and suffered back injuries at Brimham Rocks, near Ripon on Friday.
He was treated by paramedics from the Yorkshire Ambulance Service before being stretched to a waiting road ambulance by members of the Upper Wharfedale Fell Rescue Team.
Police are investigating after a woman suffered what officers say was a "serious sexual assault" in Ripon.
It happened at the Quarry Moor Nature Reserve between 9am and 1pm on Tuesday (24 March).
The victim is being supported by specially-trained officers. Detectives want anyone who was in the area at the time to get in touch by calling 101.
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Tributes have been laid at Ripon Cenotaph to mark Armistice Day.
Ripon diver Jack Laugher has just won his second gold medal at the Commonwealth Games.
The 19-year-old and his partner Chris Mears ranked 1st with a score of 431.94 in the Men's 3m Synchronised Springboard.
Laugher has now won two gold and a silver medal in Glasgow.
Ripon diver Jack Laugher has cruised into the final of the Men's 3m Springboard event at the Commonwealth Games.
The 19-year-old, who won a gold medal in the Men's 1m Springboard last night, came 1st in the preliminary round with a score of 465.80.
Meanwhile Harrogate's Oliver Dingley has also progressed to the final after finishing 8th with a score 387.05.
The final takes place tonight at 6:05pm.
Ripon's Jack Laugher, 19, has won a Commonwealth gold in the 1m springboard.
North Yorkshire diver Jack Laugher has qualified for the final of the Men's 1m Springboard at the Commonwealth Games.
The 19-year-old, from Ripon, ranked 1st in the preliminary round with a score of 435.30.
The Tour de France's journey through Yorkshire is still attracting attention in the centre of Ripon.
The day after it passed through the city as part of Stage One of this year's race, fans are glued to the big screen in the Market Square to follow Stage Two of the Yorkshire legs.