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The week-ahead weather forecast with Trevor Appleton

This week will be dry with spells of sunshine. There may be patches of fog early in the morning.

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Carers in the area can get a free flu jab.

Flu vaccination call to protect yourself and your family

Winter is here and carers who work in the East Riding are being reminded that they can get their flu vaccinations for free, when registered as a carer with their GP Practice.

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Skye Austin, 12

Police search for missing Malton girl, 12 - who may be in her pyjamas

Police are searching for a 12-year-old who went missing overnight.

Crime
Edmund, the western black rat snake.

View from the Zoo: Edmund is on move to new surroundings

One of our snakes previously housed in the education centre has moved over to the reptile river to be put on display.

Lifestyle
Emma Jones celebrates winning the Miss Nabba UK Athletic Figure.

Figuring out opposition to win top body building title

A Pocklington woman managed to out figure the opposition when she claimed a prestigious body building accolade.

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Dr Shaun OConnell

Care team receives glowing report by area’s service users

The York Integrated Care Team (YICT) has received an excellent report from users of its services.

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A Boxing Day walk will take place from Millington Church.

Enjoy a winter stroll and walk off Christmas dinner

Residents will have the chance to walk off their Christmas dinner by joining one of the local events organised as part of Ramblers Festival of Winter Walks.

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Steve Jagger, managing director of Quickline

Quickline extends customer base

East Yorkshire-based wireless internet service provider Quickline Communications, which runs a transmitting mast at Holme on Spalding Moor, will take over approximately one thousand new customers following the acquisition of North Yorkshire based Clannet.

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Pastor Dr Alex Appiah.

The Christmas church column with Pastor Dr Alex Appiah

It is always heartwarming and reassuring as year goes by to know that another Christmas holidays and festivities would arrive for us to lay down our tools for awhile and spend quality time with loved ones, family and friends.

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The Friends of the Arts Centre Stall made a net profit of �163 during the Christmas celebrations

Friends say thank you for stall support

Friends of the Pocklington Arts Centre managed to raise £188 on their stall during the Festival of Christmas celebrations.

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Officers can now complete important paperwork without returning to a police station.

New technology to help officers work smarter

Police officers in the Humberside area have been issued with new 330 laptops and 1,500 smartphones.

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Officers can now complete important paperwork without returning to a police station.

New technology to help officers work smarter

Police officers in the Humberside area have been issued with new 330 laptops and 1,500 smartphones.

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Children who read for up to 30 minutes a day have a head start of a years schooling over those who do not read.

The headteacher column with Alex Reppold

On Tuesday I spent the best part of the night sat in A&E with my daughter.

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The Snake Lane run in 2008.

Sporting Past - a trip down memory lane in pictures

Could you shed some light on the photos in Sporting Past? If so, then we want to hear from you.

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Alex Reppold, headteacher at Pocklington junior school.

Headteacher at Pocklington Junior School

On Tuesday I spent the best part of the night sat in A&E with my daughter.

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No. 10 Cafe Bar and Bistro has created a new menu, inspired by chef Silvano Scanu.

Silvano cooking up top treats at village bistro

A village eatery has pulled of a major coup by signing up one of the area’s top chefs.

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Self-driving cars will be just one part of major motoring change.

The Life at Westminster Column with Sir Greg Knight

Parliament has recently given approval to the first stages of the Automated and Electric Vehicles Bill which seeks to pave the way for self-driving cars on our roads.

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Lance Corporal Elliot Simpson during his three-week training course.

Elliot shows qualities to ensure promotion

A former Market Weighton School pupil was put through his paces when he took his first step up the Army’s promotion ladder recently.

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The Book of Forgotten Authors

10 books to give this Christmas

Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for the book lover in your life? Or are a book worm yourself?

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Picture: PA

Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables.

Education
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