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Swimming gala fun celebrates talent

Young swimmers made waves in the pool of achievement when the Hydro held its annual Harrogate and District Swimming Development Scheme’s Colour Group Gala.

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How the tragedy unfolded: Attack outside Parliament in London

How the tragedy unfolded: Attack outside Parliament in London

At least five people have been killed in a terror attack in London.

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London attack: Police treating incident as terrorism

The Metropolitan Police are treating today's attack on the Houses of Parliament as a terrorist incident 'until we know otherwise'.
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European Unison composer Ruth Spencer Jolly

WATCH LIVE 10.30AM THURSDAY: Brexit debate and European Unison piano concert on Facebook Live

A Brexit inspired piano concert will get its world premiere with a free public performance in Yorkshire - but we are giving you an exclusive preview on Facebook Live.
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Historic and new pots go on show

Historic and new pots go on show

Fascinating historic ceramics are being displayed alongside striking contemporary sculptures in a new celebration of Yorkshire’s potted history.

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Bloodhound boosts engineering

Bloodhound boosts engineering

Excited pupils, staff and parents at Gateways welcomed a model of the Supersonic Bloodhound SSC to the Harewood-based school for a day of activities designed to inspire the next generation of scientists and engineers.

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Video: Heavy snow falls in Yorkshire trapping cars and disturbing lambs on second day of Spring

These chilly photos show how just 15cm of snow has caused traffic chaos across the North of Britain - which has seen a HGV sliding SIDEWAYS down the road.

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Parking problems - The hazardous upper part of Brunswick Drive in Harrogate. (Picture by Douglas Adamson)

Parking woes of Harrogate residents 'trapped in own driveway'

The plight of a small band of neighbours in the Duchy area of Harrogate has put the spotlight on one of town’s less reported parking problems.

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A sheep and lambs in the snow near Leyburn in the Yorkshire Dales as snow hits parts of the UK.

Yorkshire weather: North Yorkshire under a blanket of snow as winter returns with a chill in the air

Heavy snow left much of northern Yorkshire under a blanket of snow this morning as spring was once more shunted into the shadows by winter.
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Slimzone frozen ready meals - picture by Asda

These Asda ready meals are being withdrawn from North Yorkshire shops after Slimming World row

Supermarket giant Asda is withdrawing a range of ready meals from stores after a disagreement with Slimming World.

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Pictured at Harrogate Beer Festival last weekend are Rob Burns, David Hazelwood and and Steve Turner. (1703183AM6)

Was this year's Harrogate Beer Festival the best ever?

Review: 27th annual Harrogate Beer Festival, Crown Hotel, Harrogate.

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Over 1,000 people in Harrogate are assisting the search for little Alfie. Picture: Vicky Short

Have you seen him? Harrogate rallies to help find 'Alfie' the missing pooch

A 'desperate' owner has pleaded for anyone who sees her missing dog to get in touch, as the Harrogate District community have rallied round for almost two weeks to find him.
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Thirsty Planet hits £2m mark for clean water

Thirsty Planet has announced a major milestone after reaching £2 million raised for clean water projects, helping some of the world’s poorest communities.

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Nearly a third of Brits won’t see mums on Mothering Sunday

Nearly a third of Brits won’t see mums on Mothering Sunday

Nearly a third of all Brits will NOT see their mums this Mothering Sunday and almost half will not even send a card, according to a poll.

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Girls are more affected by cyberbullying

Girls are more affected by cyberbullying

Cyberbullying affects girls more than boys - putting them off school and raising the risk of truancy, according to new research.

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Modern children have tried olives and quinoa before turning five

Modern children have tried olives and quinoa before turning five

Millions of modern children have already had their first taste of olives, hummus and quinoa before the age of five, a study has found.

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Scientists build Wi-Fi 2,000 faster than UK average

Scientists build Wi-Fi 2,000 faster than UK average

Boffins have come up with the fastest ever Wi-Fi, that can download 60 films every second - by creating a signal that hitches a ride on rays of light.

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Phishing scams are becoming ever more sophisticated – and firms are struggling to keep up

Phishing scams are becoming ever more sophisticated – and firms are struggling to keep up

Companies are bombarded with phishing scams every day.

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Enough hidden salt in shopping baskets for 130 bags of ready salted

Enough hidden salt in shopping baskets for 130 bags of ready salted

Alarming amounts of salt are lurking in our shopping baskets - and it’s costing thousands of lives a year, warns new research.

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Dont take our word for it that the 11 Plus is hard, give it a try.

11 PLUS QUIZ: Are you smarter than an 11 year old?

New research has revealed just 16% of parents score full marks in an 11 Plus quiz.

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