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Why it’s time to take back control of our fishing industry

There can be no doubt that one of the most heated issues during the Brexit Referendum was fishing.  Scarborough, Whitby and Filey have a proud fishing heritage and many families, even if no longer engaged in the industry, feel a tremendous affinity with those braving tough conditions to bring hom

£1m scheme in Hinderwell to reduce risk of sewer flooding

Yorkshire Water is carrying out a £1m sewer flooding defense scheme in Hinderwell, Scarborough that involves seven giant storage pipes being laid to relieve pressure on the local sewer network during times of heavy rainfall.

Robert Goodwill welcomes ban on ivory sales

Today, Environment Secretary Michael Gove confirmed that the UK will introduce a ban on ivory sales.

The proposed ban will be the toughest in Europe and amongst the toughest in the world – helping to protect elephants for future generations. 

Government provides extra £3m to fix Scarborough’s roads

A tough winter has ravaged Scarborough’s roads and now tyre-busting craters litter the town.

As the county council begins its road repair works, an extra £ 3,285,049 in funding has been allocated to North Yorkshire to assist in the necessary maintanence.

Whitby MP Praises Hospital Redevelopment

Whitby's MP has been reacting to news that the redevelopment of the town's hospital is going ahead.

We told you earlier this week how NHS Property Services had committed £11.9 million to the project.

There were concerns the money might not be provided.