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GCSEs 2017: Your guide to Yorkshire's results

Education
GCSE pass rates have fallen this year across the UK overall.

GCSEs 2017: UK pass rates fall amid major exams shake-up

Education
Police attend a tree-felling protest in Sheffield in February. Campaigners are now banned by a court order from standing directly under trees due to be felled. Pic: Marisa Cashill

Council admits costs of Sheffield tree protests should fall on PFI firm - not taxpayers

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High Storrs School.

Yorkshire music teacher is banned after he slept with ex-student

Education

Bank Holiday travel warning as rail firms issue early apology

Transport

Transport Summit: North tells Government ‘honour your promises’

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Yorkshire and Lancashire join forces to demand Government delivers on northern transport

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Jayne Dowle: Why George Osborne is an unlikely ally in North’s transport battle

Opinion
Flat jockey Jason Hart weighs out at Beverley races.

Exclusive: Diary of a jockey going flat out for success in Ebor week

Analysis

OPINION: University is life-defining - so why aren't schools doing more to prepare us?

Police attend a tree-felling protest in Sheffield in February. Campaigners are now banned by a court order from standing directly under trees due to be felled. Pic: Marisa Cashill

Council admits costs of Sheffield tree protests should fall on PFI firm - not taxpayers

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Today's transport summit in Leeds

Transport Summit: North tells Government ‘honour your promises’

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Andy Burnham speaking at today's event

Yorkshire and Lancashire join forces to demand Government delivers on northern transport

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Prime Minister Theresa May outside Downing Street

Bernard Ingham: Can Theresa May save the mutinous Tories from themselves?

Opinion
Members of action groups from across Pannal

Local Plan: Action groups across Harrogate challenge additional sites over fears of impact on lives

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Sheffield City Council leader Julie Dore

Leaders gather in Yorkshire for crucial transport summit as calls for action grow louder

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Outdated Pacer trains are still used on services in and out of Leeds

Leaders gather in Leeds to send message patience has run out

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Jayne Dowle: Why George Osborne is an unlikely ally in North’s transport battle

Opinion 5

Demand for post-Brexit oversight by European courts would be ‘unprecedented’, claim officials

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Influential committee chair announces inquiry into 'disgraceful' Home Office deportation letter blunder

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Here's how much you'll need to earn per hour to buy a house in each York postcode

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Video: Search for dangerous driver who smashed into police car in Bradford

Crime
Two friends from Doncaster who lied to police about a hire car being stolen have been jailed for perverting the course of justice.

Pair jailed for lying to Doncaster police about theft of hire car

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A 57-year-old taxi driver from Sheffield has been brought before the courts for perverting the course of justice.

Sheffield taxi driver brought before the courts for perverting the course of justice

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The arson happened on a building site off Blueberry Way, Scarborough. Picture: Google

Arsonist torched vehicles on building site in Scarborough

Crime

Police hunting wanted man believe he is in South Yorkshire

Crime

Girl, 17, was sexually assaulted by man near Scarborough shopping centre

Crime

Image of man released by detectives after robbery in Bradford

News

Police seek help in finding Doncaster man missing for three weeks

News

Bank Holiday travel warning as rail firms issue early apology

Transport 1
Sheffield City Council leader Julie Dore

Leaders gather in Yorkshire for crucial transport summit as calls for action grow louder

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George Osborne. PA

Jayne Dowle: Why George Osborne is an unlikely ally in North’s transport battle

Opinion 5
See below for details on some of the options to improve transport in the North.

The figures that show how Yorkshire's transport systems are chronically underfunded

Transport
Services at Leeds Bradford Airport have been praised.

YP Letters: Warm Yorkshire welcome for disabled guest

Opinion

Dancing through austerity: why children need access to the arts

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Sophie Broughton and baby Izaak.

GCSEs 2017: Yorkshire mum sits GCSE exam just 28 hours after giving birth

Education
GCSE pass rates have fallen this year across the UK overall.

GCSEs 2017: UK pass rates fall amid major exams shake-up

Education
GCSE exam results are down this year

GCSE pass rates fall after exams shake-up

Education

Setting sail for the rest of their lives after overcoming cancer

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More GP appointments have been made available over the Bank Holiday weekend

Extra GP appointments available in Sheffield over Bank Holiday weekend

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Drive to bring in overseas doctors

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Hull Combined Court Centre. Picture: Google Maps

Mother-of-four who died inside Hull court building ‘could have survived’

Health
Louise Barnes with her son Daniel. Picture: L. Barnes

Harrogate's "one opportunity" to say on mental health services

Health
Police attend a tree-felling protest in Sheffield in February. Campaigners are now banned by a court order from standing directly under trees due to be felled. Pic: Marisa Cashill

Council admits costs of Sheffield tree protests should fall on PFI firm - not taxpayers

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Flooding at Dunslow Road in Eastfield.

Scarborough sees half of monthly rainfall in just hours

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Photo: Pixelwitch Pictures

Tree campaigners demonstrate outside Sheffield highways depot as injunction begins

Environment

Setting sail for the rest of their lives after overcoming cancer

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The Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown.

Da Vinci Code author Dan Brown chooses Yorkshire for exclusive launch of new novel

News
Test Match Special veterans Jonathan Agnew and Henry Blofeld. (BBC).

Test Match Special - 60 not out

Analysis
Flat jockey Jason Hart weighs out at Beverley races.

Exclusive: Diary of a jockey going flat out for success in Ebor week

Analysis

BLACKFRIAR: Are we headed for another Stock Market crash?

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Prime Minister Theresa May outside Downing Street

Bernard Ingham: Can Theresa May save the mutinous Tories from themselves?

Opinion
Ladies cheer on Ullysses the winner of the Juddmonte International Stakes. Picture by Simon Hulme

The Yorkshire Post Says: Galloping ahead - Horse racing's appeal in Yorkshire

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post Says: Explaining convoluted new GCSEs to businesses is a test government can't afford to fail

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Tony Jameson-Allen looking at one of the thousand of files sheets containing sporting images taken around the world.
Pctures: James Hardisty

Rich trove of sporting images will help tackle loneliness

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PIC: PA

One more chance to Be A Hero as organ donor campaign is launched in Leeds

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Social media is no 'silver bullet' for loneliness, a charity has warned

Social media is no ‘silver bullet’ for loneliness

Health
Jerry Lewis.

BREAKING: American entertainer Jerry Lewis dies, aged 91.

Obituaries