North Yorkshire County, England Newswire

North Yorkshire County, England Newswire

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  1. Man held after bomb scare brings Leeds city centre to standstillRead the original story

    6 hrs ago | Yorkshire Evening Post

    Army bomb experts were called to the scene in Harewood Street after the alarm was raised to police when a suspicious package was spotted at around 8.40am yesterday. Staff were evacuated from surrounding businesses, including at the new Victoria Gate development, and public transport and car journeys were affected due to a police cordon being put in place.

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  2. Keighley area well represented in battle for sports awardsRead the original story w/Photo

    24 min ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    A HOST of Keighley area athletes have joined boxer Muhammad Ali in being nominated for the second Provident Bradford Sports Awards. Ali is up for the Sportsman of the Year award, while shooter Michelle Smith is one of three nominated for the Sportswoman of the Year award.

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  3. Keighley Cougars clicking nicely ahead of Lingard return to BatleyRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | Thetelegraphand Argus

    COUGARS coach Craig Lingard is delighted by how quickly his side are gelling as they prepare for their toughest yet in pre-season. He returns to his former club Batley on Sunday as Keighley take on last year's surprise package from the Championship.

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  4. York's jobless total shows a slight riseRead the original story w/Photo

    42 min ago | York Press

    In the City of York Council area there were 920 people claiming unemployment benefits in December, a rise of 15, or two per cent, since the same period in 2015. Natalie Liddell, deputy recruitment manager for Selby , Ryedale and York Jobcentres, said there was no particular reason she could see for the small rise in the overall jobless figure.

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  5. Disappointment turns to pride for Bradford sportsman of year contender Muhammad AliRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    The Keighley boxer admits it took time for him to get over his early defeat in Rio last summer, feeling he had "let everyone down" when he lost his first bout against Yoel Segundo Finol. But the 20-year-old now accepts that just reaching the Olympics - as the Great Britain boxing squad's youngest member - was a big achievement itself.

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  6. Lagarde says Brexit will not be 'without pain'Read the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | RTE.ie

    Separation from the European Union will not be "without pain", International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde warned last night, despite the resilience shown by the British economy since the referendum vote. Ms Lagarde said any Brexit trade deal the UK strikes with the EU was unlikely to be as good as the current arrangements enjoyed as part of the single market.

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  7. Tributes paid to former minister and York teacher, 83Read the original story

    1 hr ago | York Press

    Born in Keighley, Rev Terry attended Bradford Grammar School, and later the Hartley Victoria College and Manchester University studying theology. Rev Terry was ordained in 1953 in Reepham, Norfolk, and after service at Hackworth and Stratford took up a teaching post at Fulford High School in 1970, where he taught Religious Education and English.

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  8. High Pride: a towering Dan Parslow enjoyed having his name back on a York City shirt at HarlowRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    The 31-year-old defender might have swapped a battle to stay in the Football League with Cheltenham for a scrap to survive in non-League football's highest echelon. But he regards the switch as completing "unfinished business" at Bootham Crescent, as he resumes a Minstermen career that saw him make 316 appearances during his last nine-year stint at the club.

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  9. New Earswick's Dick Osguthorpe, Bob Barrett and Paul Murray study the sceneRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    NEW Earswick Indoor Bowls Club started the new year in the same poor form as they finished the old - with two defeats in the Yorkshire League and one in the Yorkshire Over-55s League. At home, Graham Lockwood, Colin Ellis, John Harrison and Bill Waldie won 11 of the 21 ends but lost 21-12.

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  10. Scott Lincoln bidding to qualify for European Athletics Indoor ChampionshipsRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | York Press

    PUTTER Scott Lincoln won the Northern Championship last weekend but still needs to improve in order to qualify for the European Athletics Indoor Championships . Lincoln, who represents City of York Athletic Club , is Great Britain's number one but missed out on last summer's Olympic Games.

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  11. Olympic Gold medalist celebrates with students and staff at St Mary's, MenstonRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Wharfedale Observer

    GB ROWER and Olympic Gold medalist Paul Bennett joined students, parents and staff at St Mary's, Menston, as guest speaker and to present awards at the school's annual Sixth Form Presentation Evening. Paul enjoyed a memorable Olympic debut as he added Rio 2016 Gold to the back-to-back World Championship titles he won with the men's eight.

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  12. Bus company recruiting drivers in bid to improve Otley to Leeds serviceRead the original story w/Photo

    1 hr ago | Wharfedale Observer

    First Bus apologised to an Otley passenger, Lesley Woledge, at the beginning of this year over a cancelled X84 bus she had been waiting for. Mrs Woledge, along with her daughter and grandchildren, ended up having to rely on a lift from a friend to get to the pre-Christmas show at West Yorkshire Playhouse, Leeds.

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  13. Girl, 3, walks home alone from nurseryRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    THE father of a three-year-old girl allowed to walk home alone from her Keighley nursery says it is a miracle she wasn't kidnapped or killed. Little Tanjida Amreen turned up on the doorstep just as her dad was about to set off to collect her from the nursery at Holycroft Primary School, having crossed several main roads on her own.

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  14. Dave Burland who is performing at the Baccapipes Folk Club in Keighley. Picture by Jim EllisonRead the original story

    2 hrs ago | Keighleynews.co.uk

    Keighley doom grunge noise band Loomer ; blues rock band 69 ; AC/DC tribute act Highway To Hull ; ska rave rock rap juggernaut China Shop Bull ; all-day folk rock festival with Leatherat, Blackballed, Ed Stones & The BD3, Black Horse Fairy, Howlin' Johnny and Foxes Faux Blues performers Martin Barre Band ; tribute band Complete Madness ; The Blues Band ; Showaddywaddy tribute band Shomaddymaddy ; Keighley Blues Live presents Willie And The Bandits and Mike Sanchez ; Bay City Rollers tribute Shang-A-Lang Singer-guitarist Dave Burland ; singers nights ; "one-man folk industry" Pete Coe ; Poetry Night ; British Folk herofolk hero Steve Turner Bingley Blues Bash with King King, Rhythm Zoo and Wolftones ; Peter Frank And The Dixieland All Stars perform in aid of Manorlands Year of events to celebrate the 200th anniversary of the birth of Branwell Bronte, including Mansions In The Sky ... (more)

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  15. Big opera fundraising night coming to small Otley clubRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Wharfedale Observer

    Quiz nights, snooker competitions and tribute bands tend to make up the usual entertainment at the Falcon Sports and Social Club, on Westgate. That will all change on Thursday, February 16 though when classically trained opera singers Bryony Burnham and David Woods turn up to perform pieces by the likes of Mozart, Schubert, Handel and Bizet.

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  16. NYers Who Can't Make 'Women's March on Washington' Will Hit Streets Closer to Home for Similar RallyRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Your News Now

    Many New Yorkers who can't make it to the "Women's March on Washington" will be hitting the streets closer to home for a similar rally. NY1's Ruschell Boone filed the following report.

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  17. Funding boost for brave LeoRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | York Press

    FUNDRAISERS have raised hundreds of pounds to help buy a special chair for a brave York boy with severe disabilities. An appeal was launched last November to help buy a PPod chair for one-year-old Leo Lengyel-Ducey, enabling him to spend time with his family in comfort and safety.

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  18. The new Yorkshire Air Ambulance helicopters. john Gardner/wildscenes.comRead the original story w/Photo

    4 hrs ago | York Press

    Yorkshire Air Ambulance 's new Airbus H145 helicopter went fully operational on Wednesday, following a refit and crew training, and is now based at RAF Topcliffe, near Thirsk. The new helicopter completes the replacement of the service's two ageing MD902 Explorer aircraft, and the first new helicopter has been in service since September - flying from the charity's air support unit at Nostell, near Wakefield.

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  19. More than 400 jobs to go at Clydesdale and Yorkshire BankRead the original story w/Photo

    7 hrs ago | Sunday Herald

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  20. Irish Arts Center Presents Muldoon's PicnicRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | BroadwayWorld.com

    Pulitzer Prize-winning Irish poet, New Yorker Poetry Editor and pop music lyricist Paul Muldoon returns for his sixth season of monthly words-and-music jamborees, joined by his house band Rogue Oliphant and a stunning lineup of world-class special guests from across the spectrum of music and literature. The series, which takes place at Irish Arts Center on February 13, March 13 and April 10, will feature guest appearances by some of the biggest names is music and literature, including So Percussion, Lisa Dwan , The Knights, Bill Flanagan , Brenda Shaughnessy, Marie Howe and many more.

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