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Wentworth Woodhouse scoops Tour de Yorkshire land art prize

Wentworth Woodhouse scoops Tour de Yorkshire land art prize

Fri 20 Jul 2018

A SPECTACULAR cascade of confetti has carried Wentworth Woodhouse to victory in a Tour de Yorkshire competition.

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  • Police crack down on drivers without insurance

    Police crack down on drivers without insurance

    By Antony Clay on Tue 17 Oct 2017

    DEDICATED patrols to crack down on drivers taking to the road without insurance are taking place this week.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Honda Insight

    MOTORS REVIEW: Honda Insight

    By Tom Sharpe on Thu 05 Oct 2017

    SO this is what the future feels like? Motorists flashing their lights in my rear view mirror, making insulting gestures and generally exposing me to the kind of vitriol usually reserved for someone whose mistakenly taken their mobility scooter up the M1.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Fiat Bravo

    MOTORS REVIEW: Fiat Bravo

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    THE ITALIANS are famed for their style and up-to-the-minute fashion sense, so this seemed as timely a moment as ever to review a stylish hatchback boasting just 119g/km emissions and 62.8mpg...surely this season's must have accessory.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Fiat 500

    MOTORS REVIEW: Fiat 500

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    FROM one extreme to another. Last week we were testing a brash, gas-guzzling leviathan of sports car mixed with 4x4 in the form of Porsche's Cayenne GTS–one of the most antisocial cars on the road.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Cayenne GTS

    MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Cayenne GTS

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    IF THE U.S. Army-spec Hummer is the most environmentally antisocial vehicle on the planet then this, Porsche's Cayenne GTS, has to come a very close second.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Volvo V70

    MOTORS REVIEW: Volvo V70

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    FOR the Japanese technology is king, for the Italians style rules the roost and for the Germans efficiency and luxury take precedence.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Toyota IQ

    MOTORS REVIEW: Toyota IQ

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    WHEN the iQ made me laugh out loud by simply completing a one-point turn on a tight urban street I realised Toyota might just be on to something.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Peugeot 107

    MOTORS REVIEW: Peugeot 107

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    WHEN the 2009 Peugeot 107 rolled into the Advertiser it looked like a wide-eyed pubescent teenager battling to tame its oral architecture with the mother of all braces.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Volkswagen Scirocco

    MOTORS REVIEW: Volkswagen Scirocco

    By Tom Sharpe on Wed 04 Oct 2017

    JUST how Volkswagen intend to sell the three-door Golf after releasing their striking Scirocco coupe, I just don't know.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Land Rover Defender

    MOTORS REVIEW: Land Rover Defender

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    IF I had my way all Land Rover Defenders would be exempt from road tax.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: BMW M3

    MOTORS REVIEW: BMW M3

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    STARING out over the bonnet of the new BMW M3 coupe there is one imposing, empowering sight that leaves you in no doubt that you are in a car blessed with serious performance.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: MINI Cooper S Convertible

    MOTORS REVIEW: MINI Cooper S Convertible

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    MINI'S golden anniversary year is upon us and the sun-hungry new convertible is the first car to emerge into the cold, stark reality of Britain in 2009.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Renault Laguna Coupe V6 dCi

    MOTORS REVIEW: Renault Laguna Coupe V6 dCi

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    THE CAR I was talking about was Peugeot's newly released 407 coupe.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Cayenne Diesel

    MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Cayenne Diesel

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    CHILLI and chocolate. Maple syrup and bacon. Balti pies.

  • MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Carrera 4S

    MOTORS REVIEW: Porsche Carrera 4S

    By Tom Sharpe on Tue 03 Oct 2017

    WHEN the Typhoon jet—the RAF's most advanced fighter—was developed the aeronautical boffins made it deliberately unstable.