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Residents invited to attend Airedale NHS Trust's AGM
Airedale NHS Foundation Trust is inviting people to attend its annual members' meeting and AGM next month.
Body recovered by police looking for missing Keighley hiker
A body, believed to be 74 year old David McCartney, has been found by a farmer near Kettlewell - a week after he was reported missing.
Real-life advent calendar at Ilkley Manor House
From 1 December, Ilkley Manor House will be transformed into a real-life advent calendar
Local MP votes against 'impractical' idea to tackle raw sewage in rivers
Keighley and Ilkley MP Robbie Moore has explained his decision to vote against an amendment to the Environment Bill which would have legally compelled water companies to reduce their discharge of raw sewage into rivers and seas.
Ilkley carer running a half marathon every month for a whole year for charity
Ilkley resident Kate Rogers is taking on the challenge of running a half marathon every month for a year, to raise money for local charity Carers’ Resource.
Skipton Town Hall goes green with rooftop solar panels
A project to install 60 solar panels on Skipton Town Hall has been completed as part of efforts to reduce heating costs and cut carbon emissions.
Latest national news
Premier Inn announce their latest set of results
They have narrowed losses following Covid restrictions
Ikea buys former Topshop Oxford Street store in 378m deal
They plan to open Ikea Oxford Street in autumn 2023
Activists scale Defra building in call for meat and dairy farm subsidies to end
They scaled the building at around 6am on Tuesday