Gulls: boy hurt as action still awaited

A young boy has been injured by a swooping gull grabbing his sandwich as attacks grow without any protection for the public.

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Up, up and away...Redbrick aims to raise 10,000 this weekend for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance

VIDEO: Put your feet up to help raise £10,000 for Yorkshire Air Ambulance with Redbrick

Forget sponsored runs for charity...this weekend you can help raise £10,000 for the Yorkshire Air Ambulance by putting your feet up or getting a good night's sleep!
Caravan Guard chairman Peter Wilby crosses the finishing line in Filey.

£8,000 raised by pedal power

A team taking part in the Great Yorkshire Bike Ride challenge, which saw Filey as the final destination, has raised more than £8,000 for charity.


Gary Cahill was busy playing for England - but the show went on back in Dronfield

Not surprisingly, Dronfield's favourite son couldn't be there.
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Revelations about Yorkshire Ambulance Service

Yorkshire Ambulance Service's £600,000 compensation for staff

Yorkshire Ambulance Service has paid out more than £600,000 in compensation to staff injured at work over the past two years.
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Simple steps for a healthier you

Simple steps for a healthier you

Most people believe that one of the best ways of losing weight is to cut down on carbohydrates.
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The study suggests that the drug could reverse age-related changes in the brain

Experimental Alzheimer’s drug ‘reverses dementia triggers’

An experimental Alzheimer's drug reverses changes in the brain that can trigger dementia, according to new research.

Robots currently have to be worked by surgeons

Robots could perform heart and cancer surgery

Cancer and heart operations could soon be carried out entirely by robots - reducing the risk of mistakes, according to new research.

Packaging can be bad for you.

Fast food lovers exposed to chemical linked with autism and asthma

If you love tucking into burgers and pizzas it's not just the takeaway that's bad for you - even the packaging can damage your health.

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Keep your Easter eggs away from pets.

Easter chocolate warning for pet owners

In the run-up to Easter, vets are warning pet owners to keep all chocolate away from their pets after revealing it is the main cause of poisonings in dogs

Matron Freya Oliver and midwife Debby Chute.

Shock Scarborough figures: one in five new mothers smoked during pregnancy

Shocking statistics released by NHS Scarborough and Ryedale Clinical Commissioning Group show that on average, one in five women who gave birth at Scarborough Hospital last year smoked during their pregnancy.

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Product Warning

Supermarket recalls Chicken Tikka in listeria scare

Supermarket chain Spar has recalled its Tikka Chicken Chunks over fears they are contaminated with a food poisoning bug.

Vaping can be bad for your health.

Warning over electronic cigarettes

Electronic cigarette users across the UK are being warned that e-smoke may cause eye-irritation.

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Fruit packs withdrawn due to cyanide fears

Packs of organic apricot kernels have been withdrawn because wrong labels fail to warn of cyanide poisoning risk if too many are eaten.

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Miller refused to recognise the court's power when he appeared for the first time on Monday

Man, 53, in court over child abuse allegations

A disabled Hunmanby man has appeared in court to face over two dozen charges centring around the alleged abuse of young boys.

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Junior doctors’ strike: What should patients do across Yorkshire?

The NHS has insisted that there are ‘robust plans’ in place, as junior doctors prepare to strike. The industrial action by the doctors is set to take place over new contracts for them, being drawn up by the government.

Yorkshire Ambulance Service staff taking 999 calls.

Reality of 'Mad Friday' antics revealed in 999 calls staff 'tweetathon'

The chaotic reality of 'Mad Friday' revelry was revealed during a real-time online event.
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Yorkshire Ambulance Service calls staff facing the region's emergencies.

Tweets to reveal life on 'Mad Friday' frontline

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to pick up a 999 call?
Your family GPs are overworked and disillusioned, poll reveals

Ten per cent of GPs set to quit due to overwork and sinking morale

One in 10 GPs feel so overworked and disillusioned that they are ready to quit their jobs within the next year, a poll on behalf of the Royal College of GPs has found.

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