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Malton & Norton’s Hague sets course record in Lagonda Trophy triumph

GREAT WIN: David Hague, left, is presented with the Lagonda Trophy at Gog Magog Golf Club in Cambridgeshire

UP-AND-COMING Malton & Norton Golf Club star David Hague ended just one shot short of a championship record as he stormed to the Lagonda Trophy title at Gog Magog GC.

4:01pm Thursday 25 May 2017

MINSTER LEAGUE CUPS: Old Malton St Mary's and Malt Shovel both complete trophy doubles

Old Malton St Mary's with the York Minster Engineering League Senior Cup after their victory over Riccall United in the final

NORTH Riding FA County Cup winners Old Malton St Mary’s made it a trophy double this season when lifting the York Minster Engineering League's Senior Cup with victory over Riccall United in the final at Tockwith.

6:14pm Tuesday 23 May 2017

New restaurant to reveal its plans at food festival

Levi Root and Prue Leith.

A COMPANY which is hoping to open an upmarket bar and restaurant in Malton’s old town hall will showcase its plans at the town’s food lovers festival.

4:31am Monday 22 May 2017

Air quality report looks at impact of towns' developments

Charging battery of an electric car.

THE district council have commissioned a report into how their plans for development in Malton and Norton will affect air quality in the towns.

6:00am Wednesday 24 May 2017

Dickens’ classic filmed at museum

Filming taking place at the Dickens museum in Malton for the latest version of A Christmas Carol

A NEW version of Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol has been filmed in Malton.

6:00am Wednesday 24 May 2017

Town mayor re-elected for fifth year

Mayor of Norton Ray King with his deputy Antony Croser

NORTON’S re-elected mayor has said the past year had been a both a testing and rewarding one.

6:00am Wednesday 24 May 2017

Firefighter marks 20th years of fundraising by running 200 miles

Marathon runners Terence Gregg, left, and Justin Rowe at Malton fire station getting in training for their 12 marathons Picture: Nigel Holland

A FIREFIGHTER is marking his 20th anniversary of fundraising by running almost 200 miles.

5:00am Thursday 25 May 2017

ON THIS DAY: May 25

The front page of the Yorkshire Evening Press from May 25, 1967

From our archive:

7:00am Thursday 25 May 2017

Rain is the winner as Dunnington and Studley Royal are beaten by weather

Dunnington's Adam Sutcliffe faces Studley Royal's James Clarkson. Picture: Richard Doughty Photography

RAIN was the winner of the much-anticipated clash between the top two in the Hunters York & District League premier division.

12:51pm Tuesday 23 May 2017

POLL: Political parties hit back at fracking manifesto

Visit of the Labour Candidate for Thirsk and Malton, Alan Avery, to the anti-fracking camp at Kirby Misperton on Saturday, May 13.

POLITICAL parties in Ryedale who oppose fracking have condemned the Conservative manifesto, claiming it gives a green light to the shale gas industry in the district.

6:00am Wednesday 24 May 2017
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