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Sheffield’s Olympic champion Jessica Ennis wore a winning smile today - as she married her long-term partner at a church in Derbyshire’s Peak District.
THE Director of Public Prosecutions has been formally asked to reconsider the decision not to charge any officers in connection with the West Yorkshire Police supergrass scandal.
Two care assistants were yesterday found guilty of mistreating severely disabled patients at a mental health unit in Yorkshire.
The owner of a block of flats where two young jockeys died in an arson attack has been jailed for 12 months for fire regulation breaches after a judge said he had shown “complete disregard” for the safety of residents.
A 15-year-old who knocked down and killed a pedestrian while driving a stolen Range Rover at 70mph in a 30mph zone and then ran off from police was detained for five years yesterday.
Bradford City completed a memorable season with a 3-0 destruction of Northampton Town in the League Two play-off final at Wembley.
BRADFORD CITY’S six-year stint in the Football League basement was ended in style at Wembley as the Bantams claimed a spectacular redemption moment at the venue where they were humbled in the Capital One Cup.
PHIL PARKINSON last night challenged his Bradford City side to claim a “deserved” place in history by turning a tremendous season into a memorable one.
FOR more years than Julian Rhodes cares to remember, money dominated the daily agenda at Valley Parade. Or, more specifically, a lack of it did.
HE might never have had chance to play for his home-town club but Daryl Powell is certainly savouring the opportunity to now coach Castleford Tigers.
IF anyone doubted Yorkshire’s ability to win the County Championship in this, their 150th anniversary year, they should doubt them no more.
A SEEMINGLY “safe” Labour seat on Rotherham Council has been taken by Ukip in a byelection, in what is the first time the party has won a seat from Labour.6 comments
SUPERMARKET chain Wm Morrison is investing more than £200m in a 25-year deal with online grocer Ocado, as it attempts to catch up with its rivals in the home delivery market.
BRITAIN’s biggest banks have been spared a full-blown inquiry into the personal current account market.
AN alarming number of people are failing to plan ahead for the challenges they will face as they get older.
JUDGES in divorce cases are prepared to get tough with husbands or wives who don’t stick to their settlements, a leading law firm has warned.
LLOYDS Banking Group shares were yesterday trading above the Government’s break-even price, fuelling speculation that taxpayers will soon start to recoup the £20.5bn spent rescuing the lender.
THE Bank of England must be careful not to cause people to doubt its commitment to its inflation target, as it uses the flexibility in its new mandate to help growth, a top policymaker said yesterday.
Tomorrow a new play about Sherlock Holmes will open in Leeds. Arts correspondent Nick Ahad was given exclusive access to the first read through.
Bright young thing or flash in the pan? Film Critic Tony Earnshaw talks to rising star Jack O’Connell as his new film The Liability opens.
Acclaimed soprano Dame Josephine Barstow is back in her native Yorkshire working with Opera North again. Yvette Huddleston spoke to her.
Angelina Jolie’s decision to have a double preventative mastectomy rather than risk an 86 per cent chance of breast cancer proves that not everything in Hollywood is banality, artifice and fluff.
Alison Littlewood’s chilling first novel was a huge hit. She spoke to Yvette Huddleston about her latest book.
Former Northern Art Prize winner Haroon Mirza’s new installation is about to be unveiled at The Hepworth Wakefield. Jon Cronshaw met him.
A man whose son was killed by a runaway speedboat 13 years ago is calling for Government legislation to be introduced to prevent further tragedy.
Yorkshire will be well represented at next week’s centenary Chelsea Flower Show with garden designers, enthusiastic horticulturalists, florists and nursery exhibitors all crossing their fingers for a top award.
The family of a British construction worker murdered by his Islamist kidnappers just minutes after a joint UK and Nigerian rescue operation stormed their compound yesterday praised the soldiers who tried to save him and said the Government had been right to send them.
CORONATION Street actor Michael Le Vell denied a series of child sex offences when he appeared in court today.
UKIP leader Nigel Farage has likened parts of the Scottish nationalism campaign to fascism after being rescued by police when he was mobbed by rowdy protesters shouting “racist Nazi scum”.
MORE than seven decades ago, Lancaster bomber crews carried out top secret training flights over the Derwent reservoir in preparation for one of the most daring operations of the Second World War.
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