A man has been left with head and arm injuries after being hit by a horse box in Whitby.Read the full story ›
Mark Arries and Edward Ide were found dead on the fishing vessel Eshcol as it was moored in Whitby harbour in January 2014.Read the full story ›
Two Northumberland fishermen were found dead on the fishing vessel Eshcol as it was moored in Whitby harbour in January 2014.Read the full story ›
An unknown device has been found on a beach in Whitby.
Police received report of an object at Sandsend today, July 26th, at around 9am.
A bomb disposal team, the police and Coastguard are at the beach which has been closed and cordoned off.
The Maritime and Coastguard Agency said a member of the public reported ordnance at Sandsend Beach on Tuesday 25th.
Adam Turner, senior coastguard operations officer for UK Coastguard, said he was waiting for the army bomb disposal team to assess the situation.
"Until that time, we have taken measures to set up a cordon and clear that area of the beach to keep the public safe.
"We are appealing to people to stay from this area until it has been declared safe by EOD.
'We have no further information at this time but we will hopefully provide an update after the EOD team have assessed the situation."
Whitby RNLI has tweeted saying 'good work from our friends at the local Coastguard':
Police searching for a missing woman in North Yorkshire say they're investigating every potential sighting they've received.Read the full story ›
The RNLI in Whitby has released this video to remind people to take care when in and around water.
It's after volunteers saw their "busiest ever" bank holiday weekend with six incidents, including the rescue of a woman with a head injury after a yacht ran aground.
Lifeboat crews were involved in six rescues including a woman with a head injury after a yacht ran aground.Read the full story ›
The 28-year-old man was taken to James Cook Hospital in Middlesbrough with a fractured vertebrae as well as other injuries.Read the full story ›
White Rose flags and crowds half a dozen deep met the riders as they swept through the towns and villages of North Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
The Lead cyclists in the men's stage two Tour de Yorkshire race have arrived in Ripon.
As the lead cyclists passed into the town, the rest of the riders were not far behind.