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A pioneering hospital ward is using simple techniques to improve the care of people with dementia.
A Selby author and poet is a Yorkshire Education Award nominee.
Labour Euro MPs today voted for strong proposals to tackle tax dodgers, calling for action to stem the 1 trillion Euros (850 billion pounds) lost to public finances due to tax fraud and avoidance.
The House of Commons has voted to allow gay marriage in England and Wales, despite 161 MPs - including Selby and Ainsty MP Nigel Adams - opposing the government’s plans.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a purse was stolen at Cridling Stubbs.
With a treble winning season now behind them, Snaith Galaxy started their summer tournament season with another trophy after a hard fought tournament win at Garforth Villa.
Members of Goole Youth AC put their usual track events on hold for a weekend as several members participated in the Beverley 2k with plenty of success.
The new Flat season is well and truly in full swing. And two of the highlights of the year -- the Epsom Derby Festival (May 31 and June 1) and Royal Ascot (June 18-22) -- are just around the corner.
In one of only two matches to survive the weather in the Premier Division, Selby’s first team again had to salvage a draw against Sheriff Hutton Bridge at Sandhill Lane.
Top scorer Dan Porter has spoken for the first time about Selby’s historic double-winning season - and insisted: “None of us quite know what this could do for the club’s future”.
It was a successful weekend for Brayton Belles at the York Railway Institute tournament, hosted at New Lane.
Green-fingered garden designers from Doncaster are among those exhibiting at the prestigious Chelsea Flower Show.
Come and visit the Yorkshire Wildlife Park this Bank Holiday for an award-winning walk-through wildlife experience like no other.
This half term visit one of the most spectacular aquariums in the world and help support the national ‘Love Our Zoo/Aquarium’ campaign.
People try to put ’ emdown – but South Yorkshire’s scooter fanatics showed they’ll not stop talking ’ bout their generation!
Sheffield Theatres is searching for local youngsters to star in the company’s Christmas musical, Lionel Bart’s multi-award-winning masterpiece Oliver!.
Summer’s here and to celebrate we’ve got some great offers to help you make the most of the long, warm days to come.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Sport, Play and Arts service in partnership with Howdenshire Children’s Centre have organised a Buggy Burning group in Gilberdyke.
Popular crime writer, Stephen Booth, will be visiting Goole Library on Thursday, June 6, at 10.30am and Snaith Library at 2.30pm as part of the Crime Writing Month.
MP Andrew Percy has helped to secure a promise of repairs to the phone box in Rawcliffe. The box on The Green is presently missing its door. He contacted BT who confirmed the door will be replaced within the next couple of months.
Glitz and glamour ensured charitable folk had a ball at a fundraiser over the weekend.
Raising £801 for Alopecia UK were mother and son team Sally and Tom Halliday of High Street in Hook.
Goole woman Lucy Brunyee, has raised over £1,300 for Cancer Research UK, after having her head shaved.
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Weather for Selby
Thursday 23 May 2013
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