Lifestyle

Lifestyle

The day that England brought the World Cup home

Analysis
Ruth MacMullen who was born Profoundly deaf, is pictured with her Clarinet at York St John University, York..25th July 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Good vibrations for Yorkshire musician who was born profoundly deaf

News

The inside story on Linda Barker’s Yorkshire home

Analysis

The Full Monty actor who reinvented himself as an artist

Analysis

Restaurant review: Skosh, York

News

Fashion: Because some pieces are not just for holidays

Fashion

Meet the Dales stuntwoman who took on the film industry

Cinema 1
Desert Island Discs host Kirsty Young.

Desert Island Discs: Why people choose certain tracks

Analysis

The inside story on Linda Barker’s Yorkshire home

Analysis
Darley Cliffe Hall

Grand home restored with a dash of “Downton Abbey” style

Homes
McCarthy & Stone's Thackrah Court, Leeds

Housing for oldies should be on Theresa’s agenda

Homes
Devonia, Menston, is on th market for �545,000

Menston home with romance and sensational views

Homes

City house prices see double-digit annual growth in June despite Brexit vote

News
For sale: Arthington Barn stables is a successful training yard in an idyllic spot, near Helmsley. It is on the market at �1.45m with www.robinjessop.co.uk

Equestrian property where you can work and play

Homes

For sale: house where the three Bronte sisters once played

Homes

Charlotte’s birthday boosts market in Haworth

Homes

Build to rent flats are post-Brexit winners

Homes
Rocky vintage tunic, �150, by Rails at www.harveynichols.com and www.selfridges.com.

Fashion: Because some pieces are not just for holidays

Fashion
Champion boxer Nicola Adams fronts the new Panache Sports Bra campaign.

Fashion: Nicola Adams fronts sports bra range

Fashion
Inflatable graduation hat, �6.50, at Monroe-clothing.com.

Fashion: Make it a Graduation Day for style

Fashion
Members of the public using cash machines at a branch of Lloyds Bank in the City of London, as Lloyds Banking Group said it is cutting 3,000 jobs and shutting 200 branches as the lender braces for a cut in interest rates following Britain's decision to quit the European Union.

YP Comment: Banks and their debt to society. Brexit blamed for Lloyds cuts

Opinion
The Shimmer estate at Mexborough

HS2: Compulsory Purchase Orders explained

Transport
Picture: Katie Collins/PA Wire

For richer, for poorer: One in 3 brides in debt even before the honeymoon

Personal Finance

Quarter of women in Yorkshire don’t understand their pensions - and one in 10 is baffled by bank statements

Personal Finance

The jobs stinks but I need the money: Is this what it’s come to?

Personal Finance
DOG GONE: House leeks are hardy enough to withstand almost anything.

Indestructible houseleeks with zest for life

Gardening
Burngarth Cottage in Bishop Monkton, near Harrogate, where a 25ft topiary cockerel has been nurtured since 1910 and is now trimmed by owner Richard Harper. Picture: Glen Minikin

A house worth crowing about: There’s a 20ft cockerel outside

Environment

Weed out green-fingered thieves this summer

News

Great Yorkshire Show: Blooming marvellous for top gardeners

Environment

Meet the Yorkshire artist on a mission to save Britain’s bees

News

Pulling up nuisance knotweed? You may be breaking the law and digging yourself into a hole

Gardening 1
Ruth MacMullen who was born Profoundly deaf, is pictured with her Clarinet at York St John University, York..25th July 2016 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Good vibrations for Yorkshire musician who was born profoundly deaf

News
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Visually impaired Brittany pushes her limits to tandem to Paris

Lifestyle
Charles Holden (91) of Ilkley, West Yorkshire, pictured with Professor Chris Raine

Hearing moment to be broadcast live on television

Health
Neil Jones in training

137 miles, 166 locks - the men kayaking the Grand Union Canal for charity

News

Amputee on the up after help

News

Marathon charity cycle ride

News
Carmel McConnell with pupils at Havercroft Academy, Wakefield

Why thousands of children are going to school hungry in Yorkshire

News 1

Restaurant owner ‘mauled’a by Gordon Ramsay runs marathon to save lives in Africa

News 1

Midwives take to the road thanks to Emily

News

Brothers running in memory of grandad

News

Knee pain was silent killer

News
Facebook is now used by more than 1.7 billion people every month, the company's latest financial results revealed.

Staggering numbers of people now using Facebook as revenue exceeds expectations

Gadgets and Tech
Pure's Jongo A2 wireless adapter connects to your best speakers via wi-fi or Bluetooth.

How to play music from your phone to your best hi-fi speakers for just £11

Gadgets and Tech

£5m Leeds University cycling hub will be a HQ for champions

News 2
Bike club: Members of the Hull cycling group on their latest tour to Dunkirk and Ypres.

How a trip to the Yorkhsire Dales set the wheels in motion for a bike club

Analysis 1
Tommy Simpson was a cycling legend, but was he a Yorkshireman?

YP Letters: Is Yorkshire’s claim to some of sport’s top names legitimate?

Opinion
Britain's Chris Froome, wearing the overall leader's yellow jersey, bleeds after crashing on stage 19 of the Tour de France. Picture: Kenzo Tribouillard/AP

Tour de France: Crash agony for Chris Froome soothed by knowledge that finish line is close

Walks and Cycling

Tour de France: Chris Froome hammers home advantage as Adam Yates gains ground

Walks and Cycling

Tour de France: Another good day puts Team Sky’s Chris Froome into position of strength

Walks and Cycling

Mark Cavendish abandons successful Tour de France to focus on Rio

Olympics
The Day Before Happiness by Erri De Luca

How I stopped being an orphan and became part of a people

Books
Dover port suffered serious travel chaos at the weekend.

Going away? Port of Dover reassures holidaymakers over weekend delays

Travel 1

Tuesday travel: Disruption on A1M, M62 and A64

Travel 1
One Cat Farm in Wales.

Cat got the cream... camping in style in the wonderful Welsh countryside

Travel
Bale Mountain Lodge, Ethiopia. PIC: PA

Travel review: Ethiopia - land of lost Ark

Travel
A view across the Danube to Aschach which lies in the Danube Valley, on the edge of the Eferding Basin.

Travel review: Exloring the Danube on two wheels

Travel

Holiday time: 2.3m people set to head abroad at weekend as school summer holidays begin

Travel
Nostell Priory Gardener Mark Westmoreland pictured with the bananas grown at Nostell Priory, Wakefield.
Picture by Simon Hulme

That’s bananas! Exotic fruit grows at Wakefield’s Nostell Priory for the first time

Wakefield

Travel review: India’s Kanha National Park

Travel

York Maze theme revealed: A phizz-wizzing tribute to Roald Dahl, the size of eight football pitches

Travel

First World War bi-plane returns from Somme commemorations for York exhibition

The Great War

Biggest tourism campaign to date highlights York’s adventurous side

York