Councillors call for the creation of a Harrogate town council ‘as soon as possible’ and for the sale of Ripon Spa Baths to be put on hold.
Recap the highlights from today's first North Yorkshire County Council meeting today since the local elections on May 5. The key points include: Conservative Carl Les elected council leader unopposed. Michael Harrison is the only councillor from the Harrogate...
Using the motto ‘Time for a Change’ and sporting pink uniforms, the Independents pledged to put a stop to housebuilding in the area and oppose transport schemes like the Harrogate Station Gateway.
This month’s strong showing in the Harrogate district local elections has spurred the Lib Dems to set their sights on winning the Harrogate and Knaresborough seat off Conservative Andrew Jones at the next general election.
A Conservative council voices fury after the Home Office brings forward plans to open a centre for asylum seekers at a former RAF training base 10 miles from Boroughbridge and 13 miles from Knaresborough.
An environmental campaign group has wrote to all new councillors in the Harrogate area to urge them to take climate change seriously and put it at the top of their agenda.
A packed public meeting last night saw fierce criticism of police efforts to tackle crime and anti-social behaviour in the city.
The government has banned all seven soon-to-be-abolished district councils in North Yorkshire from spending large sums to prevent controversial financial commitments in their final months.
The Conservative MP tells Radio 4 this morning that the government should seek a negotiated settlement of the Northern Ireland protocol instead of taking unilateral action.
The next 12 months are set to be pivotal for Harrogate Convention Centre as investment decisions loom and the abolition of Harrogate Borough Council on the horizon.
This Sunday Paul reflects on why the Conservatives lost councillors at the local elections in Harrogate. Was it Boris or what he considers to be the arrogance of the local leadership?
Only about one in four of the newly elected councillors are women, prompting calls for better representation.
The Liberal Democrats won most seats in the Harrogate district at this month’s local elections but the Conservatives hold power in North Yorkshire. So who is calling the shots?