It's 50 days until the Tour de Yorkshire and enthusiasts can now start to plan their trips ahead of the third cycle race.Read the full story ›
The name was unveiled today by the Northern Powerhouse Minister Andrew Percy.Read the full story ›
Scarborough Borough Council is spending £36,500 appointing a 'specialist contractor' to deal with the 'nuisance gulls'.Read the full story ›
Welcome to Yorkshire is looking for 'passionate and reliable' volunteers to become Tour Makers at this year’s Tour de Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
Plants, flowers and herbs used in the display will be those which grow in and around the coastal area.Read the full story ›
People living by the North East Coast are being warned that they could experience flooding.
The Environment Agency has issued a warning for the North Sea Coast including tidal River Esk. Flooding is possible for The North Sea coast from Staithes to Whitby including Sandsend and tidal River Esk.
It is also possible from Berwick to St Mary's Lighthouse.
The full route for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire has been unveiled. The third edition of the race takes place between 28 - 30 April 2017.Read the full story ›
Scientists are being drafted in to try and save 25 cottages in one of the East Coast's most picturesque villages which are threatened by erosion.
The homes which stand on the top of cliffs in the hamlet of Cowbar, near Staithes, north of Whitby, are at risk after a series of huge rockfalls over the past five years. The only road to the hamlet - which is a just a few metres from the cliff edge, could also crumble into the sea after it was discovered the clifftop is overhanging.
Now surveyors are set to use lasers to monitor hour by hour any further collapses of the cliffs.
Scarborough Council, which is set to appoint experts from Durham University to carry out the work, says the "increasing trend of rockfall is concerning."
Whitby campaigners and businesses tell ITV News Tyne Tees they want Scarborough Borough Council to do 'urgent renovations' on the harbour.Read the full story ›
A flood alert has been issued by the Environment Agency for the North Sea Coast from Staithes to Whitby including tidal River Esk.
Flooding is possible for The North Sea coast from Staithes to Whitby including Sandsend and tidal River Esk .
Low lying coastal land and roads will be affected first. People living in these areas are being asked to be prepared.