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Tesco workers go back to the 80s to support worthy causes

Staff at the Tesco store in Scarborough ran an 80s fundraiser for British Heart Foundation and Diabetes UK earlier this month.

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The magnificent minster that stands proud in the centre of Howden.

Wolds Diary with Sue Woodcock

This last week has been somewhat hectic. I retrieved my car from the garage on Monday, sounding much healthier.

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Staff and residents at White Rose Lodge Care Homeare celebrating after it performed strongly in a nationwide survey.

White Rose Lodge earns praise in national survey

Staff at the White Rose Lodge Care Home in Bridlington are celebrating after it performed strongly in a nationwide survey of care home residents and their families and friends.

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Museum opens up with a look at the harbour’s history

The museum which charts Bridlington’s history has unveiled a new exhibition as it reopened this week.

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Chris Ramsey is appearing at Hull City Hall on Friday at 7.30pm.

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Primark has responded to #chipgate in the best way possible

Primark has responded to #chipgate in the best way possible

Social media went mad earlier this month after customers desperate to get their hands on the latest must-have product were disappointed when Primark sold out.

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Sewerby Hall staff in costume during one of the venue's popular events.

New Sewerby Hall project volunteers call

Sewerby Hall and Gardens is looking for volunteers to help with the forthcoming visitor programme.

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Town council small grants cheques presentation to local groups and organisations.

Cash for eight groups in Bridlington

Bridlington Town Council has handed out £2,760 to a number of groups in the area.

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How to recover after being made redundant

How to recover after being made redundant

There’s no dressing it up, redundancy is difficult to deal with. It’s a bitter blow to your self-esteem, your finances, and often your health.

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Contestants wanted for long lost family TV show

Contestants wanted for long lost family TV show

Whether its divorce or distance keeping you apart, this new show wants to help you unearth those family secrets and reconnect long, lost families.

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Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

When the new UK tax year begins on April 6, stand by for a severe attack on women’s welfare.

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VIDEO: The Sherlocks to play Sheffield Arena supporting Kings Of Leon

The region's latest Radio 1 stars The Sherlocks have announced their biggest date yet - they will make their Sheffield Arena debut supporting Sex On Fire superstars Kings Of Leon.
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The Hinge Centre were given �1,000 to buy equipment to establish a sewing club for young people.

Thousands of pounds for youth groups

Four voluntary groups from Bridlington are among 33 across the East Riding which have been given money to increase services for young people.

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Guitar kingJoeBonamassaat Sheffield Arena on April 24, 2017. Photo: Laurence Harvey

FREE: Guitar king Joe Bonamassa album download ahead of Sheffield Arena date

Guitar king Joe Bonamassa plays Sheffield Arena on April 24 and to celebrate he is giving every reader a free 12-track download album.

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The �1.1m Gypsey Race dredger arrived in Bridlington on Sunday evening after being built in Scotland

New £1.1m dredger arrives in harbour

She has cost more than £1million and will play a crucial role in keeping Bridlington as Britain’s leading shellfish port.

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Man breaks arm after dog attack horror

A dog-walker ended up with a broken arm after what he says was the most frightening experience of his life.

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Gert Meyers, 55, harboured dangerous chemicals at his Oxford Street Home, Beverley Magistrates' Court heard.

Brid chemist sold chemicals to men who were later prosecuted for terror offences

Chemicals supplied by a Bridlington chemist who caused a street to be evacuated were sold to two men who were later prosecuted for terror offences.
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Investigation launched after discovery of ‘human waste’ contamination in cans at Coca-Cola plant

Investigation launched after discovery of ‘human waste’ contamination in cans at Coca-Cola plant

Coca-Cola and the PSNI have launched an investigation after a shipment of drinks cans were found to have been contaminated with what workers are speculating could be human waste, according to reports.

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