Branson comes to aid of hen-do kicked off flight with free Vegas trip

Sir Richard Branson has come to the aid of a hen-do who were kicked off a flight for wearing "Bitches on Tour" T-shirts by sending them on a free holiday - to LAS VEGAS.

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Campaigners gathered last week to show their disapproval

Hundreds object to coach park plan

Protestors who are trying to stop plans to move Bridlington’s coach park to the clifftops have stepped up their actions.

Passengers face changing at Hull for every trip to South Yorkshire

Train changes would be a ‘hammer blow’

Plans to stop direct trains from Bridlington to Doncaster and Sheffield would be a “hammer blow” for passengers, says one rail group.

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Northern Rail will be running extra late-night services

Extra trains for big weekend event

Extra late-night train services are being put on for music fans who are attending the Radio One Big Weekend event near Hull this weekend.

RMT union leader Mick Cash

Yorkshire rail passengers to face fourth strike of the year

A fourth strike has been called by the RMT in a fortnight's time as the row continues over guards.
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Work has now started on Manor Street

What are they doing in Manor Street?

It’s all change in Manor Street again.

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Don't become a victim of fraud on your holiday.

Warning as more holidaymakers fall victim to fraud

Holidaymakers are losing an average of £1200 to holiday fraud, according to Action Fraud - the UK’s national reporting centre for fraud and cybercrime.

Sewerby residents believe a serious accident is only a matter of time

Residents demand action on speeding

Is Sewerby the biggest hotspot for speeding in the Bridlington area?


VIDEO: What do you think of the new-look Bridge Street?

The new-look Bridge Street has opened to traffic and is certainly getting people talking.

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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.

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.

Train services are being disrupted this afternoon

Police confirm person struck by train has died

A person has died after they were struck by a train at Driffield Railway Station this afternoon.

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Another month, another direction

All Manor of problems as one-way system is switched

Drivers have been told to plan extra time for journeys through Bridlington town centre and pedestrians have been warned to take extra care.

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Cllr Shelagh Finlay

‘We must keep train guards’

Guards on trains simply have to stay in their job, says a Bridlington councillor.

The A171 at Hawsker. Photo: Google

Two women suffer potentially life-threatening injuries in crash near Robin Hood's Bay

A ROAD has been closed this morning after two women suffered potentially life-threatening injuries when a car and a lorry were involved in a collision in Hawsker near Robin Hood's Bay.
The scene of the accident on Towthorpe Moor Lane. Photo: North Yorkshire Fire service.

Man, 23, dies after car crash near entrance to army barracks in York

A MAN has died after the car he was passenger in was involved in a crash  near army barracks in York.

Only four return journeys will go to Scarborough if the strike action goes ahead.

Strike to affect train journeys

Passengers have been warned of widespread disruption on the railways caused by industrial action by staff on Saturday.

Bridlington's park and ride bus

Park and ride ready to reopen for 2017 season

Bridlington’s park and ride service restarts this weekend.

Where are mobile speed cameras this week?

Where to spot mobile speed cameras this week

Motorists can keep on the lookout for fixed and mobile speed camera route across the East Riding.

End of road for Sunday buses

Sunday buses will be scrapped on two routes in Bridlington.

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