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North Yorkshire district tops UK happiness and wellbeing table

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Police name school stabbing victim as detectives continue questioning 16-year-old girl

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Coronation Street actress Liz Dawn has died

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Pressure has been growing on Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to improve rail travel between Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Andrew Vine: Crossing the Pennines is a relic of the age of steam

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Family announce death of actor Tony Booth, star of Till Death Us Do Part

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Yorkshire school searched by police after suspicious email

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Greenest summer as wind powers a revolution

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Ten fascinating facts you may not know about conkers

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Ross Brennan and Aarron Gledhill, who have been jailed for conspiring to sell drugs on the dark web.

Yorkshire friends jailed for more than 18 years over dark web drugs conspiracy

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Jayne Dowle: Some care and thought for customers goes a long way

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Labour considers plans to force bookies to fund treatment for gambling addicts

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Is the House of Lords fit for purpose?

YP Letters: Radical change needed to make Lords work for their money

Opinion
World leaders meeting at the United Nations last week, but will there be any end to the suffering in the Middle East?

YP Letters: Face to face with suffering in refugee camps

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Theresa May is tasked with delivering Brexit.

YP Letters: Family courts are law unto themselves

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John McDonnell

John McDonnell unveils plans to take back control of controversial PFI deals

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Michel Barnier

Barnier calls for “clarity” on UK positions

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Harry Smith: The past holds both a warning and a hope for the future

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The Yorkshire Post Says: Angela Merkel's challenge is a worrying rise in nationalism

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The Yorkshire Post Says: Labour makes its Brexit pitch

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Chris Moncrieff: Sun shines on Labour, but storms loom

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Labour should have played a bigger role in referendum campaign, admits Shadow Brexit Secretary

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Humberside Police announces appointment of new Assistant Chief Constable

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Police name school stabbing victim as detectives continue questioning 16-year-old girl

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Investigations are still being carried out on the Sheffield Parkway following a crash earlier this morning

Traffic chaos as Sheffield Parkway remains closed following crash

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Sheffield man hid heroin and crack cocaine in chocolate tub in garden

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Rapist jailed for 15 years for attacking child in Doncaster

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Police make arrest after two men assaulted in Huddersfield

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Trio due in court over Sheffield murder

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Woman fights off sex attacker after being groped in York underpass

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Holidaymakers in Bali warned of flight disruption amid volcanic eruption fears

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British Airways are investigating after a woman used 'racist' language on a flight to Nigeria.

BA investigating video of woman 'making racist comments' about passengers

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Pressure has been growing on Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to improve rail travel between Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Andrew Vine: Crossing the Pennines is a relic of the age of steam

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Grayling interview: "What matters to the passengers is the journey time... not how the train is powered”

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Preparations 'well underway' for Yorkshire rail strike next week

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Harrogate school unveils library bus to support Syrian refugees and promote reading across all year groups

Education
Graham School was searched by police overnight after a suspicious email was sent.

Yorkshire school searched by police after suspicious email

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Average salaries continue to rise for our University vice-chancellors.

Why there is a degree of concern for university pay

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The Archbishop of York's youth trust was launched in 2008. Picture: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

Drive to extend archbishop’s youth charity

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Fundraiser for Leeds boy’s cancer therapy not available on NHS

Health

How ex-addict John is transforming lives to tackle homelessness in Leeds

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The first Dementia Connection meeting will be held on October 3 at 7:30pm, at the Pine Marten.

New group created in Harrogate to support children of people living with dementia

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Should tackling be banned in schools rugby?

Scientists push Government to ban tackling and scrums in school rugby

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Scientists push Government to ban tackling and scrums in school rugby

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Picture: Tanya St. Pierre/Yorkshire Dales Millennium Trust.

Access to the Dales becomes a greater priority

Environment
The site of Prosperous Smelt Mill and Lead Mine in the Nidderdale countryside. Picture courtesy of the Upper Nidderdale Landscape Partnership.

Forgotten stories of Nidderdale’s industrial past to be retold

Environment
More than half the UK's electricity came from low carbon sources in the last three months, making it the "greenest" summer on record

Greenest summer as wind powers a revolution

Environment

How ex-addict John is transforming lives to tackle homelessness in Leeds

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Residents of Craven District rated their level of happiness as 8.3 out of 10 - well above the national average of 7.5.

North Yorkshire district tops UK happiness and wellbeing table

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Balinese man watches Mount Agung volcano almost covered with clouds as he stands at a temple in Karangasem, Bali, Indonesia. Picture: AP Photo/Firdia Lisnawati.

Holidaymakers in Bali warned of flight disruption amid volcanic eruption fears

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Grind design that turned full circle

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YP Letters: Radical change needed to make Lords work for their money

Opinion
World leaders meeting at the United Nations last week, but will there be any end to the suffering in the Middle East?

YP Letters: Face to face with suffering in refugee camps

Opinion
Theresa May is tasked with delivering Brexit.

YP Letters: Family courts are law unto themselves

Opinion
Pressure has been growing on Transport Secretary Chris Grayling to improve rail travel between Yorkshire and Lancashire.

Andrew Vine: Crossing the Pennines is a relic of the age of steam

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Dean Johnstone, chief executive of Minds Ahead and joint leader of the centre of excellence in Leeds.

#SpeakYourMind: ‘Teachers need to be equipped’ to spot signs of mental health in children

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The Yorkshire Post has been campaigning on the issue of loneliness since February 2014.

New research reveals extent of loneliness - and shows just how much money interventions can save

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Events celebrate older people this Silver Sunday

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Dandy Nichols, Warren Mitchell, Tony Booth, Una Stubbs, Dandy Nichols, and Warren Mitchell on the set of the BBC comedy Till Death Us Do Part.

Death of Tony Booth, the thorn in Alf Garnett’s side

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Bobby Knutt as he appeared in ITV's Benidorm

Veteran comic and TV actor Bobby Knutt dies on holiday, age 71

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Tony Booth, who starred in Till Death Us Do Part, who has died, his family said in a statement. PIC: PA

Tony Booth: From troublesome son-in-law to troublesome father-in-law

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