A Thai family have come forward to say the woman believed to have been murdered and dumped in Yorkshire Dales could be their relative.Read the full story ›
The Greylag geese - both adults and young - were found in the river near Aysgarth.Read the full story ›
Yorkshire Shepherdess Amanda Owen records life in the cold snap, posting photos of her animals - and nine children at their remote farmhouseRead the full story ›
People from York also rank highly on the staycation-ers list, with 48% of the people surveyed taking a break in the UK this year.Read the full story ›
Police are appealing for witnesses, including the occupants of a black car, after a 74-year-old man died in a collision near IngletonRead the full story ›
Shepherdess Amanda Owen not only tends her flock of sheep and children in the Yorkshire Dales ..... she also finds time to write books!Read the full story ›
The actor made the decision to leave in 2015 after talking to former producer Kate Oates, now the boss of Coronation Street.Read the full story ›
The excitement is building to the premiere of The Girls, the brand new musical from Gary Barlow and Tim Firth, based on that world famous calendar from the ladies of Rylstone WI. It all has the blessing of Angela Baker, whose late husband inspired the ladies in the first place. Daniel Harris caught up with Angela at her home in the Yorkshire Dales.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority is asking the public for their views on how many new homes should be built there over the next 15 years.
The authority is also asking how many of these should be affordable housing and whether 'local occupancy' should be a priority.
The deadline for comments is May 1st.
A superfast broadband service will be launched in the Yorkshire Dales later today. The area was part of the one percent of the country without access to the high speed technology. It's hoped the new service will allow local businesses to become more competitive.
The arrival of Superfast Broadband will be a transformational game-changer for the remoter communities we have here in the Upper Dales, as it will level the playing field for our deeply rural communities, and allow us to compete with the more populated areas of the country - the towns and the cities. I am sure its availability will play a key role in arresting the outflow of young people that has become a very worrying trend recently - they understandably are voting with their feet to chase higher quality career and educational opportunities beyond the Upper Dales, the very sort that use Superfast Broadband as their stock-in-trade. Now they can stay here amidst our stunning scenery and we can compete for their presence on an equal footing.