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Naz Shah: Donald Trump was welcome in Bradford. Now it would only reinforce and condone his divisive, racist and sexist messages.

Opinion
Horton-In-Ribblesdale School will close at the end of the summer term.

Community "angry and distraught" over decision to close 'Outstanding' Yorkshire Dales school

Education
Former West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Chief Fire Officer, Simon Pilling

Plans to stop comebacks by fire brigade ‘boomerang bosses’

Crime
Rev Nan Hudson with a bust of ancestor, George Hudson

Family secrets of York’s disgraced Railway King

Heritage

HS2 residents will face ‘devastating impact for 17 years’, Commons told

News

Crackers! Would anyone really confuse THIS Ritz with the other one?

News

Car-amba! Sheffield and Hull are more gridlocked than São Paulo

Transport

Humberside chief constable quits ahead of watchdog report

Crime
Jailed: Blue Horrobin

Eight years for bar thug who killed primary school teacher with a single punch

Crime

Andrew Vine: 50,000 deaths a year demand an end to pollution

Andrew Vine
Sara Zeb who is one of the first clients of model agency Zebedee Management which wants to put disability centre stage. Picture by Danielle Richardson.  www.daniellerichardsonphotography.co.uk

The model agency which wants to put disability in the spotlight.

Analysis

Gervase Phinn - on why teaching is still a great profession

Analysis
Nigel Barden with Simon Mayo.

The voice of food and drink: Nigel Barden’s celebration of Yorkshire fare

Analysis
Photo by Adam Butler/PA.

‘Goodbye’ to a divided nation: The week that was February 21 to 27, 1997.

Analysis
George Osborne

Analysis: Osborne’s shadow hangs over powerhouse conference

News
Richard Gregory, Chairman, Yorkshire Bank.

‘Yorkshire needs more start-ups and higher growth businesses’ - banking boss Gregory says

News
Peter Slee

University chief calls for Brexit cash answers

News

'HS3 is test of Government's commitment to North' - Airport boss

News

Kerslake: North must not give up on devolution ambition

News 2
It is hoped the technology will help to ease traffic congestion

York to be at ‘forefront’of UK’s transport revolution

News
Education Secretary Justine Greening officially opens Scarborough UTC.

YP Comment: Quality teaching can change lives. Schools only as good as their staff

Opinion 4

YP Letters: NHS left with £300bn debt by politicians who backed PFI

Opinion 2

YP Letters: Stop the brainwashing over diesel vehicles

Opinion 1

Shah: Trump represents everything I have fought against

News 9

YP Letters: Sir Bernard’s wise words are welcome

Opinion
Former West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Chief Fire Officer, Simon Pilling

Plans to stop comebacks by fire brigade ‘boomerang bosses’

Crime 4
Justine Curran

Humberside chief constable quits ahead of watchdog report

Crime 3

Man jailed for sexual abuse of Doncaster teenager who fell pregnant

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Teenager threatened during attempted knifepoint street robbery in Hull

Crime

Fresh appeal to catch killer driver ten years after pensioner's hit-and-run death

Crime 1

Eight years for bar thug who killed primary school teacher with a single punch

Crime

Shocking pictures of animal abuse after convictions in Leeds and Bradford

Crime 5

Quick-thinking farmer blocks in fly-tipper's van

News 2
Are flawed PFI deals exacerbating the NHS crisis?

YP Letters: NHS left with £300bn debt by politicians who backed PFI

Opinion 2
File photo dated 03/10/14 of a hospital ward, as hospital admissions across the NHS in England rose to record levels last year. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Wednesday November 9, 2016. Figures from NHS Digital show there were 16.2 million admissions during 2015/16, up from 12.7 million a decade ago. See PA story HEALTH Hospitals. Photo credit should read: Peter Byrne/PA Wire

NHS at ‘breaking point leading to cancelled surgery and delays’

Health

Scarlet fever warning as cases rise

News 3

VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Health 2

Fizzy drinks spark liver disease warning

Health 1

Shigellosis: Everything you need to know about this highly infectious bug

Health
The NHS and care sector are under the microscope.

YP Letters: Care homes pulled up on trivial matters

Opinion

Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

News 1

‘Bizarre’ guerilla marketing campaign on Yorkshire NHS cuts must be dropped, says union

News 4

YP Letters: EU was the architect of own Brexit downfall

Opinion 1

YP Letters: Care failures and closed wards drive the pressure on A&E

Opinion
Library picture

How Yorkshire’s ‘nan nurseries’ save families millions

Education

Gervase Phinn - on why teaching is still a great profession

Analysis
Horton-In-Ribblesdale School will close at the end of the summer term.

Community "angry and distraught" over decision to close 'Outstanding' Yorkshire Dales school

Education 1
Education Secretary Justine Greening officially opens Scarborough UTC.

YP Comment: Quality teaching can change lives. Schools only as good as their staff

Opinion 4

Ofsted demands urgent action at Scarborough school where learning ‘disrupted’

Education

College on track for tackling rail skills shortage

Education

Doncaster HS2 rail college students set for cash boost

News

Miles apart: Yorkshire’s education gap laid bare

Education 3
Traffic queues on the M1

Car-amba! Sheffield and Hull are more gridlocked than São Paulo

Transport 4

Yorkshire's celebrity bus the Northern Dalesman faces funding cut

News 1
A car exhaust as fears grow about pollution levels.

Andrew Vine: 50,000 deaths a year demand an end to pollution

Opinion 2
From Left to Right: Roger Morton, Construction Manager, Willmott Dixon  Scott Cardwell, Assistant Director of Development at Doncaster Metropolitan Borough Council  Jill Guthrie, Senior BIM Manager at Willmott Dixon  Anthony Dillon, Regional Managing Director at Willmott Dixon  Mayor Ros Jones  Andrew Jones MP, Transport Minister  John Austin, British Steel  Clair Mowbray, CEO, National College for High Speed Rail

Doncaster HS2 rail college students set for cash boost

News
The 13th century Holy Trinity Church in Bradford-on-Avon.

Business diary: Art discovery puts Treske in the picture

Transport
Tornado, the newest steam locomotive in Britain, pulls the first timetabled main line steam-hauled service for half a century across the Ribblehead viaduct in North Yorkshire.

YP Letters: Fear not, main line steam is still in good heart

Opinion

YP Comment: Battle for transport spending

Opinion

YP Letters: Awkward questions over HS2 viability

Opinion 1

Tom Richmond: HS2 and one-way ticket on fast train to jargon hell is not my cup of tea

Opinion 4

Northern Rail staff balloted on strike over train guards

Transport
Diesel vehicles are being blamed for pollution levels.

YP Letters: Stop the brainwashing over diesel vehicles

Opinion 1
A car exhaust as fears grow about pollution levels.

Andrew Vine: 50,000 deaths a year demand an end to pollution

Opinion 2
Yorkshire enjoyed some mild weather at the weekend, but things will turn colder as this week progresses... with the chance of some snow on Thursday.

Yorkshire weather: Winter set to return with high winds, cold temperatures and even snow across the county

Environment

Particles from outer space ‘wreaking low-grade havoc on mobile phones and computers’

Environment

Morrisons recalls beef slices over listeria fears

News 1

Why Yorkshire could be warmer than parts of Spain this weekend

News 1

Donald Trump: 'The media are out of control'

News
Jo Cox.

Rachel Reeves: We can all follow Jo’s example to tackle loneliness

Opinion 1

YP Comment: The key to loneliness struggle

Opinion 1
Jimmy Carlson, who was awarded an OBE in 2012, died on January 8 as a result of respiratory health complications, homelessness charity Groundswell said. Tributes have been paid to Mr Carlson, described as a "wonderful role model" and an "inspirational leader".

Campaigner for the homeless dies at 69

News 1

Ilkla Moor Baht ’At greets mourners at Huddersfield funeral of star Gorden Kaye

Obituaries

Troubled yet colourful life of Tara Palmer-Tomkinson

Obituaries
Alan Simpson, one half of the Galton and Simpson writing duo behind Hancock's Half Hour and Steptoe and Son

Scriptwriter Alan Simpson, co-creator of Hancock and Steptoe, dies at 87

Theatre 1

Death of ‘Allo ‘Allo star Gorden Kaye, 75

Theatre