‘College put me on right career path’

Skills are starting to add up for a trainee accountant who says her time at East Riding College gave her the best possible start to her new career.

Chef James Mackenzie will give a demonstration

Spa to host area’s biggest tourism show

The area’s biggest tourism trade show takes place at Bridlington Spa on Wednesday.


Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

As storm Doris batters the UK, with winds expected to reach up to 87mph, we spoke to the travel experts at airFair about whether passengers facing a delayed flight due to the bad weather are entitled to claim compensation.

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Storm Doris: Rail passengers on East Coast line urged not to travel today

Storm Doris: Rail passengers on East Coast line urged not to travel today

Commuters using Virgin East Coast Trains are being warned not to travel today as Storm Doris is set to batter the country with high winds and rain.

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The lifeboat brings Our Julia back into the harbour

Fishing boat suffers engine failure

Bridlington’s lifeboat launched in the early hours of Wednesday to assist a fishing vessel which had suffered engine failure.

The view of Bridlington Priory from Bempton Lane. Could this landscape be about to drastically change?

Masterplan for 1,500 new homes

Almost 1,500 new homes could be built on the north side of Bridlington to solve the town’s housing shortage.

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Dave Waller and Cllr Liam Dealtry officially open the fair

Jobs fair attracts hundreds to centre

More than 500 people headed to Bridlington Job Centre last Friday to find out more about vacancies which are on offer in the town.


VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Tinnitus sufferers are being offered pioneering treatments with the launch of a leading new audiology clinic in Yorkshire.
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Where to spot speed cameras

Speed cameras: where to spot them

Below are the enforcement locations for North Yorkshire Police’s mobile safety cameras for this week
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Maria Kamper

People power to pick who the Promenades should support

The people of Bridlington have been given the power to decide which good cause, volunteer groups or charities should get the Promenades Shopping Centre’s fund-raising support this year.

It’s time to break down employment barriers for disabled people

It’s time to break down employment barriers for disabled people

With nearly half of UK businesses (45 per cent) being apprehensive about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they wouldn’t be able to do the job, British employers are worsening an already discriminatory employment system for the disabled.

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Bridlington from the air

Selling Brid at national travel show

Bridlington is being promoted as a holiday destination to thousands of potential tourists at a series of holiday and travel shows across the UK.

Peter Richardson with the Yorkshire Belle, which has carried as many as half-a-million passengers.

Can Brid land ‘remarkable’ awards haul?

Bridlington could have plenty of reasons to celebrate when East Yorkshire’s top tourism awards are held at the Spa next month.

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Bridlington 15 West Leeds 10

Is this the win that clinches the Yorkshire One league title?

Bridlington stretched their lead at the top of Yorkshire One with a 15-10 win over their nearest rivals West Leeds.

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Asda is selling white roses to symbolise Yorkshire

War of the roses: Asda sells white bouquets for Yorkshire patriots

If you're a proud Yorkshire resident, buying red roses for your beloved can leave you conflicted.
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The three stainless steel heart-shaped 3D printed bead designs on a CABLE bracelet.

Valentine's Day shoppers loving 3D printed Sheffield stainless steel jewellery

Valentine's Day shoppers are falling in love with amazing new 3D printed stainless steel jewellery made in Sheffield.
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There were 900,000 incidents of illegally dumped waste across England last year.

Landowners need help to deal with flytipping

Farmers are pleading for more support from local authorities to relieve the growing burden of a fly-tipping epidemic which is blighting the countryside.

One district council say its insurers advised them to put the sign up over health and safety fears. The average business owner now spends over a quarter of their time grinding through admin and battling red tape and regulations. - SWNS

Red tape and regulations are ‘smothering British businesses’

The average small business owner now spends over a quarter of their time battling red tape and regulations.

Proprietors, Jo Clark and Jason Lewis, decided to open their own restaurant when Jo returned from living in Spain.

Latest restaurant brings taste of Spain to Bridlington

A taste of Spain has arrived in Bridlington with the opening of the town’s latest restaurant.

Mike Burton sets off from Gran Canaria

Mike rows the Atlantic single-handed

A Bridlington businessman has almost reached the halfway point of an epic 3,000-mile journey across the Atlantic.

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