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PHOTOS: Bomb squad called to old mine on Whitby beach

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Inside Grove House on Skipton Road, Harrogate.

Historian's plea to explore Harrogate's lost 'secret laboratory'

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Bradford Crown Court

Yorkshire church minister sexually abused seven women 'to rid them of evil spirits', court told

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Parents decide terminally ill baby Charlie Gard should spend final days in a hospice

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Radical steps announced to cut pollution on UK roads

Transport

Sheffield's 'tree three' accuse council of being influenced by corporate sector in felling dispute

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Hebden Bridge: The gay-friendly town where everyone feels welcome

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Ryedale Show is a hit in its 151st year

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Wakefield Council leader Peter Box

Box stands down with call for better connections to the public

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Bill Carmichael: Bloated salaries expose BBC’s basic flaws

Bill Carmichael
Diesel engines are one of the main sources of toxic nitrogen dioxide

Clean air plan ‘not enough’ to tackle Yorkshire’s high pollution rates

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A train heading to London from Sheffield train station. The Midland Mainline is the only North-South rail route that is not electrified

Political leaders to fight ‘betrayal of the North’ after Government announced plans to scale back funding

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Wakefield Council leader Peter Box

Box stands down with call for better connections to the public

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Wakefield Council leader Peter Box

Box prepares to hand over authority reins to Bradford Council leader

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Labour has raised concerns over unqualified teachers

Thousands being taught by untrained teachers

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One of the Crossrail tunnels under construction 35 metres below the streets of Whitechapel, east London. But is the North getting its fair share of Government spending? (PA).

Chris Grayling: Government will not let North down on transport

Opinion
Flowers on the beach near the RIU Imperial Marhaba hotel in Sousse, Tunisia, where 38 people lost their lives after a gunman stormed the beach.  PA

UK tour operators can resume selling Tunisia holidays after travel advice change

Travel

Radical steps announced to cut pollution on UK roads

Transport

Why chlorine-washed chickens won't enter UK market, according to Michael Gove

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£10m Ripon retail park approved by planning committee

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When worlds collide - the Jarrow March and modern Britain

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Nazeem Hussain was left with serious injuries including a fractured spine and broken leg after being run over in Staniforth Road, Darnall in July 17 last year.

Sheffield man goes on trial accused of mowing man down during 'apocalyptic' brawl involving 150 people

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The robbery took place on Gledholt Bank. Pic: Google.

'Extremely frightening' knifepoint robbery of teens near Huddersfield woods

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Police have appealed for information.

Arrest after 'electric shock weapon' discharged outside Whitby nightclub

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Yorkshire fatalities among rising number of police shootings

Crime

Intruders evade police on motorbike after road chase to Hull

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Man jailed for attempting to smuggle 14,000 Polish cigarettes into Doncaster Sheffield Airport

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Sheffield man in possession of baby sex abuse pornography and bestiality images avoids jail

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Thieves foiled trying to steal company safe in Beverley

Crime

Political leaders to fight ‘betrayal of the North’ after Government announced plans to scale back funding

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The temporary traffic lights are expected to be in place for one week.

Final stage of Parliament Street junction upgrades sees temporary lights installed

Transport 1
David McKie toured Britain by bus on routes containing the number 94.

The man who toured Britain on the 94 bus routes

Analysis
One of the Crossrail tunnels under construction 35 metres below the streets of Whitechapel, east London. But is the North getting its fair share of Government spending? (PA).

Chris Grayling: Government will not let North down on transport

Opinion
Are there enough charging points?

Radical steps announced to cut pollution on UK roads

Transport

School bill hell: average parent spends £64,000

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New broom takes over as report reveals gap in school standards

Education
Callum, left and Joshua, right, both 14, have been threatened with isolation at the school due to their 'extreme youth culture' hairstyles

Parents' fury after Leeds school pupils threatened with isolation for 'extreme youth culture' hairstyles

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Is scrapping tuition fees the best answer? (PA).

Martin Raby: Scrapping fees is not best value for education

Opinion

YP Letters: Ditch bosses to sort out NHS deficit

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The Fisher Price carrier

Argos recalls infant carriers over fire safety fears

Health
The CQC told BMI The Duchy Hospital in Harrogate that it must improve last October.

The Duchy Hospital in Harrogate told to improve 'inadequate' patient safety

Health
Connie Yates

Charlie Gard's parents fight to take their son home to die

Health
PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

YP Comment: Brave parents end legal battle

Opinion
Filey Brigg in the sunshine. Picture by Neil Silk.

Country & Coast: Four seasons start to overlap at a crossroads in bird world

Environment
Some people feel there are too many managers in the NHS. (JPress).

YP Letters: Ditch bosses to sort out NHS deficit

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Sheffield's 'tree three' accuse council of being influenced by corporate sector in felling dispute

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A Sheffield pensioner who participated in the D-Day landings was left so poor he couldn't afford to replace his broken bed.

Sheffield D-Day veteran, 96, has life savings stolen by fraudsters

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The Truth About Alton Towers’ CBeebies Land Hotel and the real BBC pay scandal

Analysis
David McKie toured Britain by bus on routes containing the number 94.

The man who toured Britain on the 94 bus routes

Analysis
18 July 2017.......   Steve Halliday, right with Hannes Fessmann who makes and plays music with stone, by the River Aire at Newlay, Horsforth in Leeds. Picture Tony Johnson.

Real Rock Music - the strange ‘healing’ music created by playable stones

Analysis

The Yorkshire Post says: People across Britain should watch with concern as Sheffield City Council drags protestors through court

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One of the Crossrail tunnels under construction 35 metres below the streets of Whitechapel, east London. But is the North getting its fair share of Government spending? (PA).

Chris Grayling: Government will not let North down on transport

Opinion
Fionn Whitehead as Tommy in the film Dunkirk. (PA/Warner Bros).

YP Letters: Miracle of Dunkirk stands as a testament to British bravery

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Some people feel there are too many managers in the NHS. (JPress).

YP Letters: Ditch bosses to sort out NHS deficit

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An inquiry has been launched into the contaminated blood scandal following years of campaigning by, amongst others, Hull MP Diana Johnson.

Diana Johnson: My fight for justice on behalf of victims of contamined blood scandal – and all those for whom it is too late

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Updated - Harrogate village chosen as favourite to build entire new settlement

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Bill Maxwell

Bill Maxwell, travel industry veteran

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