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Yorkshire woman tells of quake horror as at least 120 are killed

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Jarvis voices devolution fears over mayors

BARNSLEY MP Dan Jarvis has questioned the Government’s commitment to giving Yorkshire more control over its own affairs after it emerged new prime minister Theresa May is concerned about creating new ‘metro-mayors’.

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Sir Gary Verity

Yorkshire ready for record staycations

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Former Emmerdale star could stand in Batley and Spen by-election

ACTRESS Tracy Brabin has revealed that she is thinking about standing in the Batley and Spen by-election.

Wakefield MP Mary Creagh, who is chair of the Environmental Audit Committee, said people will be horrified to find out the destruction caused by plastics in bathroom products to marine life and seabirds.

MPs call for microbead ban after evidence shows plastic entering human food chain

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Police hunt for fraudster who poses as wealthy businessman


Owen Smith admits Labour has been ‘far too London-centric’

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Teenagers face careers advice postcode lottery

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Sunny spells
Rescuers search for survivors through the rubble of collapsed buildings following an earthquake, in Amatrice, Italy. Picture: Alessandra Tarantino.

Yorkshire woman tells of quake horror as at least 120 are killed

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Brothers William and Mathew Hook enjoyed the sunny weather at Scarborough yesterday as Yorkshire faced Nottinghamshire. Today is also set fair, although the real heatwave will be in the south of the country. Picture: Richard Ponter

Heatwave sizzles South but Yorkshire in for ‘pleasant summer’s day’

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Bernard Ingham: Now tell the defeatists to go take a hike, Mrs May

Sir Bernard Ingham
Sir Bernard Ingham
Hull City's Adama Diomande celebrates his goal EFL Cup second-round tie at Exeter. (Picture: PA)

EFL Cup: Hull City, Leeds United fail to land big guns in third round

Yorkshires Ryan Sidebottom celebrates dismissing Nottinghamshires Samit Patel during a burst which wrecked the visitors hopes at Scarborough. (Picture: Allan McKenzie/SWpix)

Yorkshire v Notts: Seaside air leaves Gary Ballance in mood to play on

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Jason Roy overcame a dizzy spell to help England to an opening victory over Pakistan. (Picture: PA)

England v Pakistan: Jason Roy and Joe Root steer England through the haze to claim one-day advantage


YP Power Rankings: Town still on top | Leeds top risers | Owls are slipping

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Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire (close, day two): Stand-in captain Ballance delighted as tough decision is vindicated

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Fulham 2 Middlesbrough 1: Injuries to Friend and Fabio compound extra-time loss for Boro


Huddersfield Town strengthen from a position of strength with Holmes-Dennis deal

Huddersfield Town

Transfer gossip (Weds, Aug 24): Tigers move for Spurs international | Huddersfield seek cover | Millers and Bradford battle for striker

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Machine manufacterer Group Rhodes boss Mark Ridgway

UPDATED: Jobs to be cut as Wakefield firm Group Rhodes announces restructure

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Tim Buchan, the CEO  of Zenith

Zenith considers refinancing after hiring Evercore

Phillip Monks, CEO of Aldermore

No Brexit woes for Aldermore as it invests in region

Jamie Boot of Henry boot plc

Henry Boot secures major Aberdeen development


Entrepreneur aims to tackle political apathy


Sheffield Forgemasters unveils two new contracts valued at £4.5 million


BusinessTalk TV: The continued rise of the discounters

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‘No sign of Brexit-fuelled food price rises’

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Lizzie Armitstead's Olympics ended in disappointment and without a place on the podium.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Lizzie Armitstead: Back in the saddle and facing the future

Game changer: Sir Ian McKellen (right) and Nicola Miles Wildin in the opening ceremony for the London Paralympic Games 2012. David Davies/PA Wire.

Have disabled artists been let down since the opening ceremony of the 2012 Paralympics?

The Hyde Park Picturehouse in Leeds is to receive 
�2.4m of Heritage Lottery Fund money.

Small is beautiful in Yorkshire’s cinema renaissance

One of the main routes through Milton Keynes which was built on a grid system.

It’s been the butt of many jokes, but could Milton Keynes be the key to the housing crisis?