Well that's about all we've got time for today - thanks for spending the last few hours in our company. We're back again with our Local Live service from 07:00 on Thursday.
In the meantime, here are five things we've learnt in North Yorkshire today:
- New flood defences housed in North Yorkshire will help prevent many communities from being flooded again, the Environment Agency says
- A rare film is being used to trace York soldiers who took part in the World War Two Burma campaign
- A 71-year-old man from York has travelled to New Zealand to meet a brother he never knew existed until recently
- A study into alcohol-related problems in York reckons the city centre isn't a family friendly place on a Saturday afternoon
- An abandoned pet rabbit from North Yorkshire has been shortlisted for a national award recognising examples of "miraculous survival"
Speaking of survival, before their demise dinosaurs are believed to have inhabited the earth for about 175 million years, which is no mean feat.
It seems one of them has managed to cling to a spot on the east coast:
This unusual BBC Weather Watcher pic, of a model Pterodactyl on Whitby pier, was sent in by June Gothika.