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News: Ryedale District Council

POP-UP: The Orangery at Settrington

Country house opens its doors for Pop-up Restaurant

CHEAPER BILLS: Cllr Luke Richardson, Ryedale District Council’s representative on the Yorkshire Energy Partnership, and Serena Williams, Environmental Health officer for Ryedale District Council.

Ryedale residents encouraged to take advantage of scheme to find cheaper energy suppliers

Crackdown on council tax fraud

North Yorkshire gas plant plan is scrapped

Darlington town hall

Voters should be allowed to judge if council hall tax increases are justified

COUNCIL CHAIRMAN: Luke Ives with his mum Louise

Luke makes history as youngest civic leader

John Brown, recycling officer for Ryedale District Council, with one of the leaflets being sent out to residents this week.

Charges introduced for garden waste collections

Full steam ahead for gas pipeline

Macmillan Cancer Support fundraising manager Michelle Muir is trying to raise £700,000 for the charity this year

From collecting big cheques to climbing Kilimanjaro - welcome to the world of a Macmillan fundraiser

Margaret Hodge

Council tax shake-up punishing poor people, MPs warn

Council workers prepare for day of protest

Council workers prepare for day of protest

Helmsley Plan looks at the town's future up to 2027.

Blueprint for the future of market town

Hitting out at planning changes - MP Tom Blenkinsop

Government 'acting like a bully' over planning reforms - MP

Flood water approaching Beck Isle Museum after previous years' heavy rain

Work starts on flood prevention scheme after Government funding agreed

Minister Brandon Lewis said it was a "good news day" for local government

North councils to face £179m in cuts while some Southern authorities see rise in Government funding

Eric Pickles

'Troubled families' scheme half-way to success - Pickles


Domino drive

Darlington Borough Council leader Bill Dixon said the changes implemented by the Government had left many people "high and dry"

Thousands of region's poorest households facing council tax legal action

Rubbish dumped in Durham City

Fly tipping costs region's taxpayers £3.3m a year


Council agrees not to contest ruling on its accidental decision

Government to order councils to provide loans for care home fees

North-East councils in danger of going bust, shock analysis warns


Housing proposal recommended for refusal over lack of affordable homes

Tougher enforcement of parking restrictions implemented in North Yorkshire

New scheme will create more apprentices in Ryedale

Paul Collingwood used the Olympic torch as a cricket bat as he set off from Durham Cathedral

Councils spent £500,000 hosting Olympic Torch relay


Durham council under fire after 22 staff get over £100,000 despite budget cuts


Councils to be 'named and shamed' if they don't cut heart deaths


New apprenticeships to be created

Apprenticeships hailed as vital for North Yorkshire's future


District councils reject proposal to unite authorities

Councils fail to record successes in tackling problem families


North-East councils cut £16m from managerial wage bill


More than £150m taken from Tees Valley councils

Thoughtless parking makes towns "no-go" areas for blind people


Business mentoring in Ryedale

Eric Pickles

Eric Pickles steps up his council tax war with local authorities


Ministers' attacks could hit Tory re-election campaign - senior councillors


Councils highlight impact of Government grant cuts

Fireworks mark the occasion at Leeds Town Hall

More than three million expected to welcome Tour De France to Yorkshire for the Grand Depart


North East councils worse hit than south, councillors claim


Council awarded charter

Lone parents and disabled hardest hit as bill passes Commons hurdle

Eric Pickles

Pickles accused of waging war on North-East councils

Local Government Secretary Eric Pickles

Government cuts councils' spending power by 1.7%

£18M - BUT DOES IT GO DEEP ENOUGH? Local authorities warn of a 'pothole crisis' on the regions roads

Councils get £18m to fix potholes


Councils await next year's funding settlements

Nick Forbes

Pickles tells North-East council leaders of "talking tosh" over spending cuts


Councils handed Government cash for building homes


Hundreds of council workers facing redundancy despite Government promise of fair funding deal


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