Britain's electoral map could look dramatically different after voters go to the polls this year.
An "incredibly vulnerable" girl held in a young offenders' institution was pinned down and forcibly stripped by "multiple" male prison guards, according to a watchdog.
In a market, in a neighbourhood, in a city like this, the election will be decided.
Caribbean nations say "now is the time" for the King to say sorry for his ancestral involvement in the slave trade.
Israel should craft a "credible" humanitarian plan before advancing further in southern Gaza, the US vice president has told one of its senior ministers.
Iran has supplied Russia with ballistic missiles as Moscow wages war in Ukraine, Britain's defence secretary has signalled, accusing Tehran of being a "bad influence" in Europe.
THE ongoing staffing crisis facing the hospitality industry in the tourism-dependent Yorkshire Dales has been laid bare after planners backed a revised proposal for an exclusive holiday complex in the highly protected area.
A proposal to transform an eyesore former fish farm into a small-scale holiday let site has received the backing of planners, despite local residents claiming the proposal would exacerbate flooding issues and impact on their safety and quality of life.
A 79-YEAR old man was reported to be having difficulty breathing after climbing the steps to the top of Malham Cove on Saturday afternoon.
DEVELOPER Candelisa is seeking detailed consent for the second employment phase of its already approved Anley Crag Business Park development on the outskirts of Settle.
Fern Britton said she will discuss the topic of Phillip Schofield with 'caution and kindness' on ITV's Celebrity Big Brother following This Morning drama.
North Yorkshire Council has confirmed that the more frequent timetable for the 72 Skipton to Grassington bus route will be reinstated from April.
Guardians of the Yorkshire Dales National Park look set to reduce repairs to rights of way across a section of the protected area after a council rejected its appeal for a contribution towards the £1m annual bill it faces.
North Yorkshire Council is waiving loan repayments for Settle Pool for six months to help the under-threat facility improve its cashflow situation.
North Yorkshire Council has been accused of spending money on “puff pieces” about its achievements at the expense of saving bus routes in the Dales.
Members of the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority will meet next week to agree an ambitious £13.1m work programme for 2024/25 which represents a significant increase in expenditure to support delivery of its key objectives and ambitions.