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Man hit with golf club after confronting dog walker on the fairway

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Photo issued by the Ministry of Defence of a Royal Navy minehunter which has destroyed a 500lb wartime bomb which was dredged up by a fishing boat and then dropped 'dangerously close' to a major North Sea gas pipeline.

Wartime bomb dropped 'dangerously close' to major North Sea gas pipeline

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VIDEO: Stars of the stage and screen gather for funeral of Sheffield entertainer Bobby Knutt

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Yorkshire teacher Ann Maguire was stabbed to death by pupil Will Cornick.

Pupil winked and smiled before stabbing Yorkshire teacher to death, inquest hears

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The Queen and Prince Philip: Platinum Anniversary tribute in your weekend The Yorkshire Post

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"Chancellor must find the cash for north's transport improvements"

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How much the tooth fairy pays out in Yorkshire... and why she's giving children here a raw deal

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Everything you need to know about Children in Need 2017

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The Government today laid down legislation which will see Transport for the North become the first body of its kind.

Pioneering transport powers for the North hailed as ‘game-changer’ by Government

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‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

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Chris Grayling boards a train in York on his way to Horsforth. Picture: Gary Longbottom

‘Look at what we’re doing’: Grayling comes out fighting on Northern transport

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Jon Trickett

Jon Trickett interview: ‘Labour needs to be ready to hit the ground running’

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British Prime Minister Theresa May

May under pressure to make progress on Irish border

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The panel of experts who shared their views with The Yorkshire Post.

Budget special: What should the Government's priorities be?

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Should the north of Yorkshire have one council?

Think tank calls for North Yorkshire’s district councils to be abolished or merged

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Bioethanol plant shuts down ahead of schedule due to poor market

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Scarborough South Bay
Picture:  Richard Ponter

The Yorkshire Post says: How can we best serve the people of North Yorkshire?

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The Yorkshire Post says: Theresa May must now put North first when it comes to transport

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VIDEO: Doncaster Council unveil new names for gritters after thousands vote in Twitter poll

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Plan for new homes at former Leeds school ‘will cover costs shortfall’

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Doncaster Council asks Twitter uses to vote for bonkers new name for gritter

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(L-R) Makhmood, Ali and Iqbal have been jailed for a total of 21 years and nine months for 15 offences of indecent assault carried out against a girl aged between 12 and 13-years-old

'There is no hiding place for people like you,' council leader warns Rotherham child abusers following first convictions in CSE investigation

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Vernon Road

Hooded thugs rob woman near entrance to South Yorkshire alleyway

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Adam Phipps, 27, of Lyncroft Close at Brinsworth, was stopped on Hollowgate in Rotherham town centre at around 1.55am on Sunday, January 16 this year by police who suspected him of driving under the influence of drink.

South Yorkshire doorman crashed after driving wrong way around roundabout during police chase

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Sinead Wooding

Husband sent text messages to Leeds wife's phone after he allegedly murdered her

Crime

Thieves target village pub near Malton

Crime

Lorries are 'potential killing machines' say West Yorkshire Police as results of operation revealed

Crime

Witnesses saw young men running away after burglary at Harrogate shop

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Victim left with broken jaw after attack by three men in village near York

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The Yorkshire Post says: Theresa May must now put North first when it comes to transport

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Staff at Virgin East Coast are to ballot for strike action over pay.

More rail misery for Yorkshire as Virgin East Coast ballot for strike action

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"Chancellor must find the cash for north's transport improvements"

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"At last a chance to improve road and rail links"

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Philip Meeson of Jet2.com

Owner of Jet2.com remains confident in face of Brexit uncertainty

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Marks & Spencer opened its heritage and coffee shop at Kirkgate Market to customers on Friday 15th March 2013, bringing M&S back to the place where the famous brand started as a penny bazaar in 1884. Credit: M&S Company Archive.

History of Leeds store M&S played out on stage

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Carlton Bolling College in Bradford, is now rated 'outstanding'

School hit by Trojan Horse row now gets top marks from Ofsted

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Bradley Lowery's family want to buy holiday home for sick children in Scarborough

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Thankful to Dementia Forward - Andrea Bradley.

Brave woman's charity tribute to late mum

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Alcoholism is Harrogate's hidden problem but it can be tackled.

Harrogate's 'secret' alcoholism in spotlight

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Gina Easom has launched a new service to help the growing number of professional women in Yorkshire with alcohol problems. Picture: Maryanne Scott Photography

‘I belonged to the grey area between normal drinker and alcoholic,’ says Leeds woman who is now helping growing number of problem drinkers

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Young carers need more support, say the Barnardo's charity.

YP Letters: We have a duty to support our young carers

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Bioethanol plant shuts down ahead of schedule due to poor market

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The Saturday interview: Paloma Faith

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Dear Reader: Housing and 'Nimbyism' + digital world's failings

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Tom Richmond: MPs must start talking to the nation at large over Brexit

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David Behrens: Royal Mail should tackle ID theft, not shift blame to customers

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A Royal relationship that was built to last

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Contact the Elderly is encouraging people to over a spare seat at the dinner table to someone who may be lonely

Yorkshire's elderly are skipping meals to avoid eating alone, new research shows

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New app connects mums worldwide - using their voices

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Ripon hornblower Wayne Cobbett: One of many of Ripon's great traditions. 
Picture taken by Paul Oldham as part of his brilliant People of Ripon photography project which celebrates everyone who makes our city so special.

Launch of Pride in Ripon campaign: 10 things that make us all proud of our city

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Keith Barron, who has died aged 83 after a short illness

Keith Barron, star who went from coal mines to the Costas

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Mary Reverley with her son Keith and grandsom James before the 2009 Grand National when they ran Rambling Minster.

Family’s tribute as Yorkshire horse racing pioneer Mary Reveley dies

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