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Local MP votes against 'impractical' idea to tackle raw sewage in rivers
Keighley and Ilkley MP Robbie Moore has explained his decision to vote against an amendment to the Environment Bill which would have legally compelled water companies to reduce their discharge of raw sewage into rivers and seas.
Ilkley carer running a half marathon every month for a whole year for charity
Ilkley resident Kate Rogers is taking on the challenge of running a half marathon every month for a year, to raise money for local charity Carers’ Resource.
Skipton Town Hall goes green with rooftop solar panels
A project to install 60 solar panels on Skipton Town Hall has been completed as part of efforts to reduce heating costs and cut carbon emissions.
North Yorkshire residents to elect new police commissioner next month
An election to select a new Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for North Yorkshire will be held on Thursday 25th November following the resignation of Philip Allott.
Keighley and Ilkley police inspector retires after 30 years
Inspector Khalid Khan, the man in charge of neighbourhood policing across Ilkley, Silsden, Keighley and the Worth Valley, has announced his retirement from West Yorkshire Police.
Two drugs arrests made in Craven as part of week of action on county lines
Two local teenagers are among 14 people arrested during a week-long campaign by North Yorkshire Police to target county lines drug dealing.
Latest national news
Adele on course for second week at number one with comeback single
Adele’s comeback song, Easy On Me, is on course to score a second week at number one.
Rachel Reeves Sunaks help for families is just poor imitation of Sure Start
Ripping up Sure Start centres for people with young families was an “act of criminality”, shadow chancellor Rachel Reeves has claimed.
Latest Scottish Covid figures show 21 deaths and more than 2500 cases
Scotland has recorded 2,528 cases in the past 24 hours, the latest Scottish Government figures show.