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Exclusive: How South Yorkshire Police missed multiple chances to stop Lostprophets paedophile Ian Watkins

Sir Bruce Forsyth after he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London.

Goodbye to Sir Bruce Forsyth, Britain's heavyweight of light entertainment


Inside Hull’s new £200m power plant that turns waste into electricity

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Light showers

Fresh rail strikes to disrupt travel in September


New exhibition reveals hidden side of Brimham Rocks


The Yorkshire Post Says: Sarah Champion should not have felt need to resign for speaking out against grooming gangs


Apologies for families of soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in Snatch Land Rovers

Robin Milner

Drunk lumberjack gave pony and cart rides in pub car park

Research suggests up to 10 million workers are currently employed in insecure work

MP Stephanie Peacock: Is Theresa May up to the job of tackling insecure work


That’s the first goal done, now it’s time to regroup, says Shenton as Castleford Tigers make history

Castleford Tigers
Yorkshire face an anxious wait on Friday evening

Natwest T20 Blast permutations: What Yorkshire Vikings need to happen to qualify for quarter-finals


Transfer Talk (Friday): Hull City eye Huddersfield star | Leeds United turn to Bees defender | Rotherham interested in young Sheffield Wednesday ace

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Huddersfield Town’s interest in Barnsley’s Yiadom is ‘dead’

Huddersfield Town

Cooper returns to ease Leeds United’s defensive concerns

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Yorkshire hit record T20 mark thanks to Lyth’s brilliance

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England captain Joe Root, left, and fellow century-maker Alastair Cook.

More like a one-dayer than a Test match, says captain


Dave Craven: Punishment and rehabilitation is key for Chase and Walker

Dave Craven
British Steel is opening international offices to help it grow   Photo: Steve Morgan

British Steel opens nine international sales offices

Date:9th December 2016. Picture James Hardisty.
30th Anniversary Yorkshire Business Awards 2016, held at The Queen's Hotel, Leeds. Pictured Special guest Sir Trevor McDonald OBE, with youn

Nominations open for the Variety Awards

Bailey of Sheffield stainless steel bracelets have hit department stores

Bailey of Sheffield stainless steel bracelets now all the fashion in department stores

Heineken is offloading 30 pubs to satisfy competition concerns. Photo: Heineken/PA Wire .

Heineken gets the go-ahead for Punch deal


Asda returns to growth


Cooper & Turner acquired by Watermill Group


Artificial intelligence is bringing jobs to Yorkshire’s ‘Silicon Vale’


‘Lack of confidence prevents women from pursuing careers in technology sector’

The Government has set out further proposals for Britain's future relationship with EU

Yorkshire businesses facing a Brexit ‘red tape bombshell’ as Government sets out future trade plans

News 1

Mark Casci: How technology can help heal our deep social divides

Jeff Platts and Helen Mariott on patrol at Ogden Water. Pic: Jonathanm Gawthorpe

Meet the countryside custodians trying to prevent drownings and fires at Yorkshire beauty spots


Elvis Presley - Can we help falling in love with the King of Rock ‘n’ Roll?

Parkash Samra, 86, was living in India at the time of partition. (Tony Johnson).

The Partition of India - Bearing witness to history

Mohammed Hanif Asad was living in India in 1947 at the time of partition. (Tony Johnson).

The Partition of India - a story of tragedy and turmoil


Jayne Dowle: Shame on this nation over our children’s hunger

Jayne Dowle