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Yorkshire weather: Warmer weather on the way for Bank Holiday weekend

The big chill is expected to ease as we head toward the bank holiday weekend.

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Tour de Yorkshire: Times and streets in Bridlington

The Tour de Yorkshire cyclists will leave Bridlington Spa at 12.35pm.

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The Reluctant Runner with son Ben at Bridlington Tennis Club at Dukes Park

THE RELUCTANT RUNNER: You cannot be serious...tennis is hard

The gym has been great for my fitness but after a while, it does get a bit monotonous.

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Memorial day for club steward Heather

Friends and family of the popular club steward at Bridlington Town football club will be raising money in her memory this weekend.

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A young player from Gibraltar lines up a shot

Europe’s top pool stars at Spa event

Malta, Gibraltar, Holland, Cyprus and even the Shetland Isles are among the teams represented at the EBA European Pool Championship at Bridlington Spa this week.

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Simon Boulton is one half of a team trying to visit 381 underground stations in a day

Going underground for Tube challenge

There are 381 stations, 278 miles, 11 lines – and 12 hours.

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The mayor Cllr Liam Dealtry and headlteacher Kate Parker-Randall with pupils holding their pledge cards

Pupils pledge to be good Bridlingtonians

Every pupil at Bridlington School is making a pledge to be a better citizen this week.

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Hummus be joking! UK in meltdown over dip shortage

They say bad things come in threes, and following Brexit and the General Election announcement, Brits were hit by another sucker punch with the news that the country’s hummus supplies were at critical levels.

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VIDEO: ‘See the abuse for yourself’ - Muslim mum sets hijab challenge after supermarket attack

A Muslim mum is challenging women across the UK to try on the traditional ‘hijab’ headscarf - so they can see what it is like to be excluded from society or even abused.

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Video - Joe Root relishes challenge of aiding Yorkshire’s pursuit of one-day glory

ENGLAND Test captain Joe Root is relishing the chance of trying to help end Yorkshire’s long wait for success in the limited-overs game.

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Bridlington Leisure Centre. Pic: Google.

Driver failed to stop after damaging BMW in Bridlington

Police are appealing for information after a driver did not stop after damaging a BMW in Bridlington Leisure Centre car park.

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Tour de Yorkshire 2017: The best places to watch the race

Tour de Yorkshire 2017: The best places to watch the race

The Tour de Yorkshire arrives this weekend.
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Trains will be affected on Friday

Strike set to affect trains on Tour day

Strike action will have a major impact on train services in and out of Bridlington on Tour de Yorkshire day.

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SKYPE VIDEO: Fashion blogger Susie Bubble inspires women tech creators at Leeds International Festival

Girl power comes to Leeds International Festival when fashion blogger Susie Bubble joins a panel inspiring more women to become tech creators.
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The Voice is coming to Scarborough.

The Voice auditions are coming to Scarborough

ITV's The Voice are holding auditions in Scarborough to find talent for the new series of the popular show.

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Dean Harrison leads the way at Oliver's Mount

Harrison hits winning form at Spring Cup meeting

The current king of English road racing continued his domination as he took seven victories from seven starts over the two-day meeting at Oliver's Mount last weekend.

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Ilkley on a spring weekend, by David Mays

Will it snow in Yorkshire today?

The spring cold snap has begun - can we expect snow today.

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Captain Gary Ballance scored a Yorkshire-best 203 not out against Hampshire to go with his first innings 108 (Picture: Allan McKenzie/SWpix.com).

Hampshire v Yorkshire - The Verdict: Gary Ballance excels to rescue draw for Yorkshire

MUCH more of this and it might be playfully suggested that there is a case for appointing Gary Ballance as the specialist captain of the England Test side.

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Police are warning drugs users about the "deadly" batches.

Police fear dealers are 'deliberately contaminating' deadly Yorkshire heroin batches

Heroin users are again being warned about deadly batches of the drug being circulated in Yorkshire that police fear dealers are "deliberately contaminating" with substances which could be 200 times more potent.

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Obesity causes more deaths than smoking

Obesity causes more deaths than smoking

Obesity now causes more premature deaths than smoking, suggests new research.

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