Results 61 - 80 of 474 in Ripon, England
A giant sinkhole that swallowed several homes in Guatemala City in 2007. Around 10 per cent of the world's surface is made up of karst topographies in which sinkholes form across an area. Comment?
The ancient cathedral churchyard and nearby Ailcey Hill graveyard were officially closed on February 21 after the sites became too full decades ago. Comment?
And a third, stopped in her tracks after driving into a lamppost, was nearly four times the legal limit at 10 in the morning. Comment?
COMMUNITY leaders spoke of their sadness last night over the closure of one of the region's military bases, as part of a A 240m-a-year cost-cutting drive. Comment?
A shake-up of Army bases to accommodate a speeded-up return of all troops from Germany will mean the disposal of seven sites across the country, it has been announced. Comment?
THE Archbishop of York will decide whether a plan for one large diocese covering West Yorkshire and the Yorkshire Dales should be discussed nationally after local synods failed to reach agreement. Comment?
David takes a look at some buildings around the Ripon area which, to varying degrees, feature some humorous and irreverent design features. Comment?
Anti-social behaviour has been highlighted as a problem in Ripon Minster ward. PHOTO POSED BY STUDENTS Picture: Adrian Murray A report has designated Ripon Minster ward as a "priority" area, with anti-social behaviour, low life-expectancy and low income families highlighted as key issues. Comment?
BREWERS and beer sellers in York have reacted angrily to a new report from a group of doctors which calls for draconian new measures in a bid to end alcohol abuse. Comment?
The Diocese of Ripon and Leeds could be merged with other Yorkshire Dioceses as part of a structural shake-up. The future of the Diocese of Ripon and Leeds hangs in the balance as top church bosses across the north get set to vote on a "radical" shake-up of the system. Comment?
A man exposed himself to a 16-year-old girl at the top of Edens Way, near Quarry Moor Lane, in Ripon on Wednesday, February 27, at around 6.20pm. Comment?
The first Raskelf Winter Series match on Sunday was won by Fred Prudham with 18lb 6oz of roach and ide on waggler and maggot. Comment?
BT is a partner, along with North Yorkshire County Council, in Superfast North Yorkshire, the county's high-speed broadband roll-out programme. Comment?
The deadline for entries to the Ackrill Media Group Business Awards has been extended by a week to help broaden the field of entrants. Comment?
Formerly called maisonettes, they're simply a single home in a larger building, spread over two floors connected by an internal staircase. Comment?
Less than six per cent of insurance claims submitted to the council last year were paid out to residents whose cars were damaged by potholes. Comment?
A TASK force has been created to spruce up the windows of empty shops in a North Yorkshire town centre. Comment?
AN airfield which is battling for its future has been approached to serve as a helicopter base during the Tour de France's visit to Yorkshire next year. Comment?
The Rt Rev John Packer, Bishop of Ripon and Leeds, and Ripon Civic Society Chairman David Winpenny unveil the plaque outside the former Ripon Clergy College. Comment?
A fund for the children of PC Andrew Bramma has already raised more than 14,000 - less than a month after being launched. Comment?