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Yorkshire Ambulance Service Urges People to "Stay Out and Stay Safe"

Yorkshire Ambulance Service NHS Trust is urging people to take extra care in and around open water this summer.

POLICE are re-appealing for help to find a missing 46-year-old man from Hull who was last seen by a neighbour two weeks ago.

Police believe Steven may have visited the Scarborough area on Wednesday 23 June 2010.

Patients on Yorkshire Coast urged to 'choose well' following surge in hospital admissions

NHS North Yorkshire and York is urging local patients to 'choose well' following an independent report highlighted a staggering increase in emergency hospital admissions across the country.

Don't Con people on EBAY

North Yorkshire countee council are warning ebay users against bidding on their own item to raise the price.

Vehicle Crime - Lowest Start to the Year in East Riding

In the last seven years police in the East Riding have worked tirelessly to encourage car owners to lock their cars or lose them or valuable items inside them.

Single released in memory of Scalby student

A Scarborough girl who died from brain tumours earlier this year is being remebered - as her school friends release a charity single in her name.

Dispersal Order in Bridlington

A dispersal order has been introduced in Bridlington in response to residents' concerns and allegations of antisocial behaviour.

Do you have mud in your blood?

A project which aims to increase interest in off road motorbiking has been given a £1,500 kickstart thanks to a grant from Scarborough Borough Council.

Sands Development in Scarborough recieves a boost

A new development agency has just taken over and the borough council hope will put a renewed energy back in to the scheme

North Yorkshire Police promise to keep standards up

The force has been reacting to the government's announcement of a 25 per cent funding cut and the end of the policing pledge.