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Winner crowned on BBC's final Great British Bake Off series


Daniel Jones charged with murder of father and young daughter in Wakefield house blaze

A MAN has appeared in court charged with the murder of a father and his daughter who died in a house fire in Wakefield.

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Heavy motorway delays around Leeds after multi-car crash


Outrage as students name Asian pop star Zayn Malik as poster boy for Black History Month

A UNIVERSITY has become a “national embarrassment” after it picked Bradford pop star Zayn Malik and London mayor Sadiq Kahn - both prominent british Pakistanis - as standard bearers for Black History Month.

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A third of people in Yorkshire and the Humber have admitted to sharing their online passwords with other people.

Cyber crime: A third of people in Yorkshire admit to sharing online passwords


The John Lewis effect: Half a million in one week flock to new Leeds store


Halifax girl, 4, ‘serious’ after she is shot through head with arrow


Thank you for the music: Abba to reunite after three decades

Alex Beech has pleaded guilty to allegations that he passed horsemeat off as beef.

Hull man admits passing horsemeat off as beef

Rotherham town centre

Rotherham Council drops legal bid to keep four men away from teenage girl in sex abuse case


Bernard Ingham: Six decades on from Suez, May must stick to her guns

Sir Bernard Ingham
Sir Bernard Ingham
Manchester United's Juan Mata celebrates after scoring his side's winner against Manchester City.

Garry Monk puts focus on Championship as Leeds face Anfield trip in EFL Cup; Hull City host Newcastle

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Hull City's Ahmed Elmohamady (left) and Bristol City's Joe Bryan (right) battle for the ball during the EFL Cup, round of 16 match at Ashton Gate, Bristol. (Picture: PA)

EFL Cup: Leeds United handed Liverpool trip, Hull get Newcastle

Marcus Antonsson slots in Leeds' equaliser against Norwich.  (Picture: Bruce Rollinson)

What Garry Monk says about Leeds United shootout - and who he wants to face next

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Chris Wilder, manager of Sheffield United. (Picture: Simon Bellis/Sportimage)

Sheffield United: ‘All the lads talk about is not letting anyone destroy our run’ - Chris Basham

Sheffield United

Danny Willett aims to win Race to Dubai as Rory McIlroy looms in background


Four Nations: Luke Gale eager to make up for lost time as he sweats over place

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League Cup: Resilient Leeds United defy odds to win shoot-out and reach last eight

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Bristol City 1 Hull City 2 - Phelan hopes Hull have lifted the gloom

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Harry Maguire, right, is congratulated for his goal by the man who scored Hull City's second, Michael Dawson (Picture: PA).

Bristol City 1 Hull City 2: Signs of corner being turned as Tigers advance

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Yorkshire Bank’s owner in rival bid

Lloyds Banking Group.

Lloyds sets aside another £1bn for PPI

Vodafone has been slapped with a �4.6 million fine by Britain's telecom watchdog for breaching consumer protection rules.

Wrong number: Vodafone hit with £4m fine for failing to top up 10,000 PAYG accounts

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The former HQ of the Bradford and Bingley Building Society in Bingley.

£15bn assets from bailed-out Bradford and Bingley for sale

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UPDATED: Mitrefinch eyes overseas expansion and plans new jobs after multi-million management buyout


Revealed: The winners and losers on Yorkshire’s high streets


UK economy shows stability post Brexit vote


City that’s aiming to restore its industrial heartbeat

Tim Brooksbank of Spectrum Dyers who supply yarn dyeing for carpet manufacturers but its monthly electricity bill is set to rise by almost a quarter next year, which it says could cripple the business. 
20 October 2016.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Wool dyer Spectrum warns of ‘crippling’ energy price rise

History man: Sir Tony Robinson with a Roman Samian wine cup found at a dig in Castleford. (YPN).

Sir Tony Robinson: From Blackadder to Time Team and beyond...

Shows like Sex in the City celebrate female friendships, but they become increasingly hard to find the older you get.

Why is it so hard to make friends after you hit 30?

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Yorkshire cricket legend Dickie Bird is not in favour of third umpires. (picture: Tony Johnson).

It’s just not cricket. Are umpires facing future dismissal?

Analysis 1
1955: From left to right my mum (Ilona), my grandmother (Erzsebet), aunt (Elizabeth), uncles George (behind) and Joseph (front) and my grandfather (Ignac).

Hungarian Revolution: The day the tanks rolled in