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Sheffield axeman is cleared of murder bid on woman Pc he left with fractured skull and severed finger


Victim named in Scarborough murder investigation

Murder squad detectives have named a man who was found dead at a flat in North Yorkshire as Richard Ian Walker.

Mia Broadhead, 13, and sister Kiera, eight. Picture: Ross Parry Agency

Two held in murder probe after Wakefield house blaze that killed father and young daughter


From fare dodging to streaming from Netflix: 11 ‘micro-crimes’ you’ve probably committed

Three-quarters of Brits are what is described as ‘micro-criminals’ - committing tiny crimes in shops and online to get a better deal.

Who wrote with Shakespeare: that is the question

Field day for conspiracy theorists as Shakespeare made to share top billing on Henry VI


Exclusive: Yorkshire ambulance service pulls out of private contracts after £7m bill

Health 7

25-stone killer with ‘spreadsheet of death’ guilty of stabbing book dealer for his first edition of Wind In The Willows


Countryside Live: Why Yorkshire food is the best outside Italy, by Gregg Wallace

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The Christkindelmarkt German market is a popular part of Christmas celebrations in Leeds.

Bavarian beer hall scrapped at this year’s ‘family friendly’ German market in Leeds

News 2

Yorkshire academy chain defends spending more than £300,000 on IT deal with firm run by its own boss

Education 5

Jayne Dowle: Jungle migrants - Extend hand of welcome but scrutiny is required

Jayne Dowle
Jayne Dowle
Leicester City's Jamie Vardy scored 24 goals to help the Foxes win the Premier League last season (Photo: PA)

Sheffield’s Jamie Vardy nominated for Ballon d’Or alongside Lionel Messi and Cristiano Ronaldo

England's Stuart Broad, center, celebrates with Ben Stokes, right, and captain Alastair Cook, left, the dismissal of Bangladesh's Mehedi Hasan Miraz

First Test: Alastair Cook salutes England victory

Cricket 1
Hull City have appointed Neil McDonald as assistant head coach

Experienced Neil McDonald in to help Mike Phelan lift Hull City

Hull City
United's Billy Sharp celebrates the first goal.

Bantams and Blades are ready to go all the way in promotion race

Football 3

Castleford Tigers: Tigers reward ‘go-to guy’ Minikin with new contract

Castleford Tigers

Jackett believes he can pull off rescue mission with Millers as Tigers slide into deep trouble

Rotherham United 1

Cue Card up against 10 horses in Charlie Hall renewal at Wetherby

Horse Racing

Former Rotherham United stalwart Paul Hurst takes over at Shrewsbury Town

Rotherham United
Hull City's Will Keane and Stoke City's Bruno Martins Indi battle for the ball.

Hull City 0 Stoke City 2: David Marshall backed as Tigers fall into the drop zone

Football 1
Theresa May at the Tory party conference.

UPDATED: Manufacturing is in ‘great peril’


Cobham issues profit warning as electronics wing struggles

Morrisons is launching in store pumpkin carving classes off the back of new research which shows two thirds of parents are spooked by the fear of pumpkin carving � with 60 per cent saying they are put under pressure from their children to deliver the perfect pumpkin this Halloween.   Pictured: David Bartle, the Morrisons�" pumpkin expert, who is responsible for 1.2 million pumpkins a year.

Morrisons launches in-store pumpkin carving lessons for parents

A start-up which has designed an innovative new personal attack and lone worker alarm has secured investment of more than �800,000. Pick Protection, which was founded by Rebecca Pick, has built on the �60,000 of investment secured from an angel investment syndicate.

New company aims to protect lone workers around Britain


Martin Lewis: You need to have that ‘unpleasant issues’ chat


Let’s lobby Whitehall to get best investment deal for region’s firms, says MP

Transport 6

Sir Keith Burnett: Universities will never shut doors on a world of talent


BAT proposes £38.3bn merger with Reynolds

14 October 2015.......   Award winners celebrate their success at the Yorkshire Post Excellence in Business awards at The Queens Hotel  in Leeds. Picture Tony Johnson

Revealed: Shortlist for our Excellence in Business Awards

Actor Kate Anthony from the cast 'When we are Married, at the York Theatre Royal. Picture by Simon Hulme

Kate Anthony: From Corrie to Priestley


How one woman overcame a debilitating stammer to follow her dream of becoming a teacher


Mum’s recipe for TV success

Ian Hislop and Nick Newman in Sheffield. (Scott Merrylees).

Laughing in the face of war - The Wipers Times comes to Yorkshire