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Some of the striking junior doctors and their supporters outside Airedale Hospital

Junior doctors stage protest outside Airedale Hospital as pay and conditions row with Government rumbles on

Pale Lane, Carleton, is one of the first roads to flood during bad weather. This picture was taken in 2010

Two rescued from flooded car on Pale Lane, Carleton

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Larry Lamb and Sarah Robinson at Bell Sykes meadow

TV presenter Larry Lamb visits local hay meadows as part of Discovering Britain

Glusburn Beck

Flood alerts lifted in Craven

Aire View Infant School in Silsden which will be merged with Hothfield Junior School

Fears the decision to merge Silsden's two schools is a short-term fix

More than £99.6 million has been raised by players of People’s Postcode Lottery for charities and good causes

Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust is awarded a further £25,000 from People's Postcode Lottery

Settle judo champions, back, Kayley Lynn and Elliot Marklew and, front, Katie Wright and Jack Wright

Settle Primary School pupils win championship honours at judo competition

Cowling Primary School took top honours at the South Craven Swimming Gala

Cowling School wins South Craven Swimming Gala

Sort of Science Show heads to Bolton Abbey

Mayhem and madness on offer at Bolton Abbey

Skipton MP Julian Smith will select female applicant to join him in Westminster on Tuesday, March 8

Chance to take part in International Women’s Day celebrations in Parliament

The Rev Beverley Mason, Archdeacon of Richmond and Craven, will kick off the Lent series of services at St Oswald's Church, Thornton-in-Lonsdale

Archdeacon kicks off Lent services in Thornton-in-Lonsdale

Holiday lodges planned for Long Preston recommended for go-ahead

Holiday lodges planned for Long Preston recommended for go-ahead

Matt Dugdale (left) and hall secretary David Waters with the defibrillator at Gisburn Festival Hall

Gisburn unveils its first public defibrillator

Flood alert for upper catchment area of River Aire

Flood alert for upper catchment area of River Aire

The landslip at Eden Brow, near Appleby

Settle-Carlisle railway is closed again after further ground movement is detected

A65 reopens after crash near Draughton

UPDATED 10.50am: A65 reopens after crash near Draughton

Man, 80, collapses while walking in the Kildwick area

Man, 80, collapses while walking in the Kildwick area

A distinctive necklace stolen during the burglary in Grassington

Police appeal for public's help after Grassington burglary

A flood alert remains in place on Glusburn Beck

Flood alerts remain in place for Earby and Glusburn Becks

Flying Scotsman is captured on the webcam on Ribblehead Station Master's House. The train had just come off the Ribblehead viaduct and was gathering speed after the 30mph restriction on the viaduct. Picture courtesy of Railcam and the Friends of the Settl

Hundreds turn out to watch the legendary Flying Scotsman steam into Craven

Key stage one youngsters at Beamsley's Boyle and Petyt School get in some gardening practice, with their teacher Ruth Hall

Beamsley pupils get ready for out-of-this-world gardening project

Showcase for Craven's emerging talent

Showcase for Craven's emerging talent

Front view of the new TdY jersey

Settle in special new Tour de Yorkshire jersey

Echoes of Erin will open its latest tour at Victoria Hall, Settle

Echoes of Erin will open its latest tour at Victoria Hall, Settle

Steeton Court Nursing Home Arthur Bailey with his 105th birthday cake

105th birthday party for Steeton Court resident Arthur Bailey

Barbara Worthington, Cath Riley and Barbara Kipling all contributed to the making of the quilt

Peace quilt commemorates historic International Congress of Women

Enjoy a snowdrop walk in Craven's historic gardens

Enjoy a snowdrop walk in Craven's historic gardens

Simon Large, right, chief executive of Bradford District Care NHS Foundation Trust, with – from left – conference chairman Malcolm Rae; Dr Mike Doyle, from the South West Yorkshire Partnership Foundation Trust, and Professor Nav Kapur and David W Covi

Care trust's zero suicide pledge

Skipton Academy principal Wendy Hamilton

Skipton Academy students get ready for some outdoor fun

Some residents in Long Preston were told to boil their water

Anger over delay in water boil advice in Long Preston

Skipton Law Courts

Settle man sent to crown court over threatening messages

A flood alert has been issued for Glusburn Beck

Flood alert issued for Glusburn and Earby becks

CRO team battles blizzard conditions to help Ingleborough walkers

CRO team battles blizzard conditions to help Ingleborough walkers

Firefighters tackle shed fire in Mill Close, Settle

Firefighters tackle shed fire in Mill Close, Settle

Amy Harrison and Lydia Otulakowski who attend Articulate drama classes in Ilkley get ready to film on the set of the new Dad's Army film which was released in cinemas on Friday

Skipton Girls' High School pupil Amy Harrison features in the new Dad's Army film

Mark Danvers-Colquhoun who has died aged 97

Pioneering hairdresser Mark Danvers-Colquhoun dies at the age of 97

Pictured are staff and patient at Airedale NHS Foundation Trust

CQC plans to inspect Airedale Hospital

Electrical fault blamed for car fire in Gargrave

Electrical fault blamed for car fire in Gargrave

York covers band The Detours will play at Grassington Town Hall

The Detours perform at Grassington Town Hall

John Jewitt, Ilkley Community Transport chairman (54877809)

Skipton’s £1,000 donation means charity bus service can stay on the road for another year

Outline permission sought for new houses on land behind Barnoldswick pub

Outline permission sought for new houses on land behind Barnoldswick pub

Kent Furniture, Grassington, has been given £4,500 from the Sustainable Development Fund

Nearly £50,000 still available from the Yorkshire Dales Sustainable Development Fund

The landslip near Appleby

Disruption on the Settle-Carlisle railway line until at least the end of February

Members of Pendle Triathlon Club gets ready for an open water swim in Lake Burwain

Pendle Triathlon Club sets up junior training sessions

The Flying Scotsman approaching Eldroth during a test run on Thursday. Picture by Philip Winstansley

Flying Scotsman will be in action on the Settle-Carlisle line this afternoon

Bentham councillors look at play equipment costs for former school playing field

Langcliffe Village Institute will welcome newly-formed group Encore

Encore will give belated Twelfth Night concert in Langcliffe

The Rendezvous function room where the Bond & Bubbles event will take place

Bond and Bubbles help to raise money for Manorlands

Celebrating Burns Night are Skipton president Betty Mendoza, The Lord Mayor of Bradford, Cllr Joanne Dodds, Ilkley president Agnes Tomlinson and Mark Clarke

Soroptimists celebrate Burns Night with joint supper

Contractors making progress with drainage and stabilisation works on the slopes above the A59 at Kex Gill

Further stabilisation work means the A59 at Kex Gill will not reopen until week beginning March 7

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