Two more energy suppliers together serving more than 800,000 customers have fallen victim to the crisis engulfing the sector.
Soaring gas prices may not be temporary and more energy suppliers could go out of business in the coming months, the chief executive of Ofgem has warned.
Virtually any child between the ages of 12 and 15 would get COVID-19 at some point without vaccination, England's chief medical officer has said.
Boris Johnson has said France should get over its anger at a partnership between the UK, US and Australia that saw the latter pull out of a major contract with Paris for submarines.
The number of new COVID-19 cases across the world has seen its biggest fall in more than two months, the World Health Organization (WHO) has said.
The UK has recorded 34,460 new COVID-19 cases and 166 more deaths in the last 24-hour period, with 7,567 people currently in hospital with the disease, according to the latest available data.
A WALKER who had been trampled by cows in a field between Clapham and Austwick was air-lifted to hospital yesterday.
A SERIOUS incident involving a suspected stolen quad bike closed the B6265 Grassington Road at the roundabout junction with the A59 for several hours last night.
AN enthralling game of rugby was won by the visitors (Sedgley Tigers) in the last quarter when they scored four tries to come from 26-19 down, ensuring a bonus point win against Wharfedale.
A FORMER head teacher at a Yorkshire school, who was jailed earlier this month for a string of sexual offences against boys, has had his sentence challenged as unduly lenient.
SO the pressure group called Councils Against Noise and Speed (Craven Herald: New pressure group tackles nuisance 'Devil's Bridge triangle' bikers and motorists).
Press release: New report shows pilot scheme farmers boost environment outcomes. Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
Environmental farming scheme given green light. Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
Press release: Environmental farming scheme given green light. Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority.
On the 26th September 2020, Susan Baty-Symes from Swaledale set herself a challenge of 100 wild swims before her next birthday to raise funds for Water Aid. This weekend she completes her challenge.
A former National Park Authority apprentice with roots in Ingleton has become the new Yorkshire Three Peaks Ranger.
The Festival celebrates the incredible produce of the Dales – cheese very much included! – with local businesses throughout the National Park hosting special events, menus and tastings to mark the occasion.
Work under way to build a temporary mast which is expected to restore signals to over 90% of affected households
Work on the long-anticipated major redevelopment of Settle Area Swimming Pool will start later this month. And, in a move certain to be welcomed by users, the pool will remain open on a limited basis for most of the planned 42 week project.