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Planned Roadworks In Yorkshire And The Humber: 18 December 2017
Flagship site for new luxury holiday brand to open in North Yorkshire
Leeds Is One Of The 'Centenary Cities'
Measles Outbreaks Confirmed In 5 Areas Across UK
Unions In The North Help Asbestos Victims Receive £3.8 Million
Extra Magical Christmas In The Park
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Dangers Of Cold Water Shock This Christmas
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Young Eco-Warriors Lend A Hand In Bainbridge

Rachael Alderson, Young Rangers officer at YDNPA, supervises ground preparations.
Green-fingered youngsters from Askrigg and Bainbridge Primary Schools have been helping to create a community…
14th Dec 2017 04:05 PM

Double Celebrations For North York Moors Volunteers

Caitlin McCauley, winner in the ‘Young Person of the Year’ category, receiving her award from writer and television presenter Steve Backshall
Volunteers in the North York Moors are celebrating…
23rd Nov 2017 03:56 PM

Lost World Of Doggerland Set To Yield Secrets

Survey ship gathering seismic data used to create maps of the submerged landscape that once connected England to Europe
Yorkshire researchers are close to discovering more about the lost world that…
6th Nov 2017 02:39 PM

Sheffield Charity Calls For More Understanding Of Rare Disease

Pulmonary hypertensive arteriopathy. Image by Yale Rosen
A Sheffield charity is calling for more awareness and understanding of the rare heart and lung condition pulmonary hypertension, after its…
18th Sep 2017 10:09 AM

Apprentices Make A Splash In Flood Management

Rural apprentices learn about natural flood management
Thanks to National Lottery players, young people from across the region have been learning how to implement small-scale natural flood management…
2nd Aug 2017 03:00 PM

Help Children Get Close To Filey’s Wildlife!

Filey Dams - photo by Jono Leadley
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust looks to engage the spirit of Christmas in a festive appeal to raise £5,000. Success will release an additional £15,000 match funding to…
6th Dec 2017 08:00 AM

Step In Right Direction For Hidden Wetland

Cllr Robert Windass, North Yorkshire County Council (far right), pictured with some of the volunteers who helped install the new walkway: Alistair Taylor (front left); Andrew Dodd (rear left); and…
21st Nov 2017 10:15 PM

DSTL Reports On Space Weather

Every day this week, Dstl will be posting a 'Space Weather Forecast' on social media to increase awareness of how weather in space can impact us on Earth.
The Met Office Space Weather Operations…
5th Oct 2017 09:14 PM

Rare Marine Habitat On The Up In Yorkshire

Yorkshire Wildlife Trust team at Spurn Point undertaking the annual Seagrass Survey - photo Yorkshire Wildlife Trust
A recent survey of coastal seagrass beds off Spurn Point by Yorkshire Wildlife…
11th Sep 2017 01:48 PM

Into the Unknown With The James Webb Space Telescope

An artist's impression of the James Webb Space Telescope
The giant US aerospace and defence manufacturer Northrop Grumman has screened the documentary film Into the Unknown for the first time in the…
21st Jul 2017 10:47 AM

Restoring Fenay Beck For People And Wildlife

Water vole will benefit from the work - photo by Elliott Neep
Work has begun to improve Fenay Beck in West Yorkshire, thanks to £44,123 received from Biffa Award; a multi-million pound fund that…
28th Nov 2017 10:35 PM

Canal Charity Begins Environmental Dredging Project

Amphibious digger dredging on canal
This week, work begins on a landmark dredging project to help transform East Yorkshire’s Pocklington Canal. This is the first time in over a century that two…
14th Nov 2017 04:19 PM

'Egg-cellent' News For The European Lobster

Homarus gammarus, known as the European lobster or common lobster, widely caught using lobster pots, mostly around the British Isles. Credit George Stoyle
Following a nationwide consultation on the…
22nd Sep 2017 02:47 PM

Pea Soup, A Garden Lawn Or The Next Super Food Craze?

Duck weed covering the canal
The recent weeks of sunshine are having an interesting side effect on the nations waterways, which are being invaded by a green carpet of weed.
The Canal & River Trust -…
15th Aug 2017 03:40 PM

Public Urged To Report Harmful Invasive Species In Yorkshire

Flowering Japanese Knotweed
The Yorkshire Invasive Species Forum, a partnership between Yorkshire Wildlife Trust and the Calder & Colne Rivers Trust, has been working to control invasive plant species…
15th Jul 2017 08:03 PM
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