Yorkshire Post

North Yorkshire Police ‘hugely disappointed Catholic school child sex claims weren’t heard by jury’

Crime

Plans ‘to cut A&E’ being drawn up by hospital bosses

Hospitals and A&E departments could be closed as part of plans to try and plug the gaping gap in NHS finances.

Health 1
Coastal destinations such as Scarborough were the most popular among those surveyed.

Welcome news for Yorkshire tourism as ‘staycations’ on rise

Business

Government urged to hand academy powers to councils

COUNCILS are urging the education secretary to hand power and resources given to academies back to local authorities to prevent taxpayer funds “disappearing into the back pockets” of bosses.

Education

Thousands arrive with wellies at the ready for Leeds Festival 2016

News

Day of GCSE success stories across Yorkshire despite record drop in overall grades

Education

‘Further line of inquiry’ pursued over potential Freemason link to Hillsborough

Crime

GCSE results in full, from across Yorkshire

Education
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Anthony Roberts and Guida Rufino.

Murdered Leeds health boss ‘was warned not to break up with partner by herself’

Crime 1
Rotherham town centre

Rotherham social services urge court ban on men approaching teenage girl

Rotherham

Bill Carmichael: Jeremy Corbyn is derailed by his own spin

Bill Carmichael
Bill Carmichael
NICE START: Jack Brooks celebrates taking the wicket of Notts' Steven Mullaney before lunch at Scaroborough on day three. Picture: Dave Williams.

Yorkshire v Nottinghamshire (day three): Gary Ballance hoping weather stays kind to boost defending champions’ title defence

Cricket 1

‘No Blade is untouchable’ warns frustrated Sheffield United boss Chris Wilder

Sheffield United

Challenge Cup Final: England’s loss is Hull FC’s gain as Gareth Ellis aims to be leader of Wembley heroes

Hull FC
Leeds United head coach Garry Monk (Picture: Bruce Rollinson).

Leeds United need to impose themselves on Nottingham Forest – Garry Monk

Football

Rotherham United boss Alan Stubbs braced for deadline ‘pandemonium’

Rotherham United

Stuart McCall grateful for blessings of Bradford City’s premature cup exit

Bradford City

Minichiello finally on brink of achieving ambition

Hull FC

Barnsley need reinforcements, concedes boss Paul Heckingbottom

Barnsley FC

Transfer gossip (Thurs, Aug 25): Liverpool in for Leeds star | Owls in talks with Argentinian | Barnsley defender wanted

Football 1
Andrew Tucker, chief executive of Irwin Mitchell

Profits fall at Irwin Mitchell after merger

Business 1
Obesity is becoming an increasing problem for the UK, but Optibiotix is working on various solutions

Optibiotix in talks with global food producers

Business
Henry Boot chairman Jamie Boot sees no fall out from Brexit

Henry Boot reports big leap in profits

News
Fireworks illuminate the sky after the Olympic cauldron was lit during the Opening Ceremony at  the 2012 Summer Olympics in London. (AP Photo/Kai Pfaffenbach, Pool)

Venturefest Yorkshire announces speakers

News

Hull to benefit from roll out of ultra-fast broadband network

News

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

News 5

Zenith considers refinancing after hiring Evercore

Business

No Brexit woes for Aldermore as it invests in region

Business
Jamie Boot of Henry boot plc

Henry Boot secures major Aberdeen development

News 1
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

Analysis
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?

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

Small is beautiful in Yorkshire’s cinema renaissance

Analysis
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?

Analysis