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In The Saddle column: Heartbreak and happiness as we say hello, wave goodbye to ponies

This weekend has probably been filled with the most heartbreaking moments and also the dizzy heights of happiness all in one day.

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Police have appealed for witnesses.

Police appeal over 'incident' at Scarborough book shop

Police are appealing for witnesses after being called to a second hand bookshop in Scarborough.

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Lucky children with Ashley Banjo get a visit from Mickey Mouse during a Disney On Ice Fit To Dance workshop

Disney On Ice youngsters get Fit To Dance with Diversity star Ashley Banjo

THESE lucky Disney On Ice youngsters had lots to sing and dance about after they won a Fit To Dance workshop led by Diversity star Ashley Banjo.

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The New York skyline from the dinner cruise

Travel review: Taking my first bite out of the Big Apple

They call it the city that never sleeps.
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Leeds Warrior Josh Warrington and Bengal Brasserie managing director Malik Miah celebrating knockout new curry - the Rogan Josh Warrington

WIN: Rogan Josh Warrington meal for two and big fight tickets

IT'S the hottest ticket in town and we are giving you the chance to win this knockout prize - a meal for two to try the new Rogan Josh Warrington curry, named after the Leeds Warrior and tickets to see him fight this Saturday

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VIDEO EXCLUSIVE: Name wanted for cute new born tiger cub at Flamingo Land - can you help?

THESE tiger feet are about to take their first walk outside to meet families at Flamingo Land and bosses want your help to name the cute new arrival.

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Grand Central column

Why asking for ‘PP’ leaves me feeling flushed!

What’s in name? Quite a lot, as it goes.
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Saturday football

SATURDAY LEAGUE & CUP: Hunmanby dig deep to sink Goalsports

Hunmanby United were forced to dig deep for a 5-3 extra-time win in their League Cup game at home to Goalsports.
Football
A view of the lodges from the lake

Travel review: Finding an oasis of calm in the North Yorkshire countryside

Ducks are incredibly exciting when you are a year old - especially when they are right on your decking, making a pitch for a bit of your apple.
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Storm Ophelia

When will Storm Ophelia hit Yorkshire?

With Tropical Storm Ophelia currently over parts of the UK, travel operators are warning for disruption and cancellations to ferry and train services.

Environment
The week-ahead weather for East Yorkshire and Ryedale with Trevor Appleton

The week-ahead weather for East Yorkshire and Ryedale with Trevor Appleton

There will be sunny spells early in the week with rain expected on Thursday and Friday.

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Storm Ophelia: All you need to know as former hurricane approaches Yorkshire

Storm Ophelia: All you need to know as former hurricane approaches Yorkshire

Strong winds are expected in Yorkshire as the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia hit the UK.
Environment
Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

Dominic Raab - Why tougher sentences for those who bring death and destruction to our roads are needed

In a split second, someone’s life can be changed forever.

Crime
Montage picture shows some of Flamingo Lands zookeepers in action on International Zookeeper Day.

View from the Zoo: Day celebrates the work of a zookeeper

Staff at Flamingo Land have recently celebrated International Zookeeper Day which takes place on October 4 every year and recognises the huge contribution they make to the care and conservation of all species great and small.

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Sunday League reports

SUNDAY LEAGUE: Traf power on after thrashing 10-man Ayton

Scarborough Sunday League leaders Traf powered to an 11-1 win against previously unbeaten Ayton.

Football
Pale tussock mother caterpillar

Country Diary: A pageantry of colour adorns the countryside

Autumn drifted in with a thickening of mists, fogs and showers, but all is not lost. The absence of frosts has meant Michaelmas daisies, dahlias, geraniums and herbaceous plants paint the borders with a rich palette of colour.

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Norton library is kept going thanks to the efforts of volunteers.

Howard Croft column: Philistines are taking on the world we once knew

Recently a contemporary and I were mulling over in a desultory way the changes that have happened in our lifetimes, some good, some not so good. The FAX machine has come and pretty much gone, similarly Telex machines. State grammar schools came in big-time following the 1944 Education Act but are now pretty much extinct. The house sparrow population has plummeted alarmingly. The list goes on.

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Saturday League Division Two

SATURDAY DIV 2: Speight and Barker hit six as Scalby and Itis Itis run riot

Rob Speight smashed in six goals as Scalby won 14-0 against Commercial, and Itis Itis player-boss Mikey Barker also hit six as they beat Old Vic 18-0, both in the Lloyd Dowson Saturday League second division.
Football
Model of a Greek galley

Exhibit of the Week: Green and Roman galleys, Scarborough Maritime Heritage Centre

Among the model ships which have been donated to the Maritime Heritage Centre are two galleys of the Ancient World, one an example of a Greek and the other of a Roman vessel.

Lifestyle

VIDEO: Elsecar Flavours Food Festival TV chef Barrington Douglas cooks up Caribbean Ackee vegan dish

Yorkshire celebrity chef Barrington Douglas today cooked up a tasty vegan meal in our exclusive video preview of his demonstrations this weekend at Elsecar Flavours Food Festival.

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