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BREAKING: Sheffield woman jailed for terrorism offences

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Gulliver's Valley masterplan

Building work to begin on £37m Gulliver's Valley Resort after planning permission confirmed

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Tunstall Road in Beeston, where the incident happened. Google Maps image.

Two-year-old girl rescued after being taken from mother on Leeds street

Crime
Musicians from Schola Gregoriana of Cambridge perform a recently rediscovered 500-year-old Easter carol at Battle Abbey in East Sussex.

Abbey Easter from a monk who doodled a carol 500 years ago

Heritage

Dear Misc, your account is overdrawn - love from your bank

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VIDEO: Man arrested for attack on referee

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South Yorkshire’s police force set to lose ‘swathes’ of its expertise

Crime

Minister plays down aborted Yorkshire HS2 deal that ‘stunk to high heaven’

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Harrogate Convention Centre rebranding

Re-brand unveiled as Harrogate claims place on world stage

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Jayne Dowle: Are we ready for the real pains of this EU divorce?

Bela Lugosi was pershaps the most famous Dracula of them all.

Dacre Stoker: My life with Count Dracula

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Feature: New twist in four-year battle for Smithy Wood

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still working: At the age of 83, Dame Joan Collins says she has no plans to retire, and she is not alone. (Picture: PA).

Dame Joan Collins won’t bow out, but many don’t have a choice

Analysis
Computer-generated visual of an HS2 high speed train.

Minister plays down aborted Yorkshire HS2 deal that ‘stunk to high heaven’

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Prime Minister Theresa May

Battle lines are drawn as EU talks begin in earnest

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Brexit Secretary David Davis.

YP Comment: From Brussels to Westminster – Great transfer of power begins

Opinion
The illumination on St George's Hall, Liverpool, after a second inquest ruled that 96 Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.

Andy Burnham: Hillsborough Law is chance to create a legal legacy for disaster victims

Opinion
Rachel Reeves

Time for more train services at popular new station - Reeves

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The Flying Scotsman will make a special journey today to mark the reopening of the Settle to Carlisle railway.

Sir Peter Hendy: Settle-Carlisle railway reopening is a link both to the past and our future

Opinion
EU Council President Donald Tusk, right, gets British Prime Minister Theresa May's formal notice to leave the bloc under Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty from UK Permanent Representative to the EU Tim Barrow in Brussels, Wednesday, March 29, 2017. Barrow hand-delivered the letter signed by Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May that will formally trigger the beginning of Britain's exit from the European Union.

Bill Carmichael: Brexit – Britain is free at last to reclaim our democracy

Opinion

Ministers face calls for ‘urgent’ review of social care

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EXCLUSIVE: Pensions minister ‘confident’ triple-lock will not be scrapped

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Parliament will resist Government’s Brexit ‘power grab’, claims Tory peer

News

YP Letters: Social media’s poisonous anonymity

Opinion
CCTV images released of the suspects

Shocking CCTV released of Scarborough armed robbery

News
David Ellam

Man in court over Huddersfield dog attack death

Crime
File picture

South Yorkshire’s police force set to lose ‘swathes’ of its expertise

Crime 2
Tunstall Road in Beeston, where the incident happened. Google Maps image.

Two-year-old girl rescued after being taken from mother on Leeds street

Crime

Burglars ransack Leeds singer’s home while she’s on night out

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Police hunt for woman believed to have abducted her two sons

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BREAKING: Sheffield woman jailed for terrorism offences

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Leeds police officers accused of kicking man they arrested

Crime 1

Strictly vintage tea dance that’s ideal with a cup of Cha-cha-cha

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back in caring role after op

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Classroom.

‘Thousands of pupils at risk’ over lack of proper school health plan

Health 1
The NHS is looking to cut some prescriptions.

NHS cut-backs: The medicines being considered in health service consultation

Health
The NHS could cut 'low-priority' items in a prescriptions shake-up.

'Low-priority' items could go in NHS prescriptions shake-up to cut costs

Health 2

Interview: Rio Ferdinand opens about about grief after wife's death

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Leeds nurse tells of Ebola scare in harrowing book on outbreak

Health

‘I nearly died after collapsing during Leeds rugby match’

Health

Another step taken to put fluoride in water - opposition says it shows process is a ‘sham'

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Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment

'I can't give up on my wife, please help me continue our battle'... Desperate Yorkshire family's plea as mum battles cancer

Health
Education Secretary Justine Greening

Government plans to axe SATs for seven-year-olds

Education
A chimpanzee while music is being played as part of an experiment

From Bizet to Bieber, why apes couldn’t give a monkey’s about music

Education
Meg Hillier, chairman of the Parliamentary Public Accounts Committee.

Ministers fail to grasp importance of school cuts

Education
Sir Alan Langlands, Vice Chancellor of the University of Leeds.

University chief hits back after changes to statute spark dispute

Education

Beer festival to pull in school funds

Education

Jenny’s film to be shown at awards do at Leeds Town Hall

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BREXIT ANALYSIS: University of Leeds will continue to attract Europe's 'brightest and best minds', says vice-chancellor

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I’m no racist says tycoon who banned ‘coloured’ tenants over curry smells

Education
Computer-generated visual of an HS2 high speed train.

Minister plays down aborted Yorkshire HS2 deal that ‘stunk to high heaven’

News
The Flying Scotsman will make a special journey today to mark the reopening of the Settle to Carlisle railway.

Sir Peter Hendy: Settle-Carlisle railway reopening is a link both to the past and our future

Opinion
Should use of cycle lanes be mandatory for riders where provided?

YP Letters: Cyclists could do more to protect themselves

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Artist's impression of a stretch of the HS2 track

HS2 firm pulls out of £170m contract to deliver Yorkshire section of high speed line

Transport 4
Flying Scotsman.

Settle-Carlisle rail line re-opening: Flying Scotsman arrival times announced

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The state of Britain's roads has been criticised.

Roads are now in terminal decline, new report claims

News 2
Traffic queueing on the M62 between Tingley and Gildersome.

This week’s roadworks on Yorkshire’s motorways and A roads

Transport

£2.37bn overspend on insurance to continue

News

WATCH: Yorkshire motorist shocked at road rage accusation after he tried to help trapped driver

News 1

YP Letters: High-speed train proves a brain drain

Opinion 1
Should use of cycle lanes be mandatory for riders where provided?

YP Letters: Cyclists could do more to protect themselves

News

Feature: New twist in four-year battle for Smithy Wood

News
The anti-fracking protest camp at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Fracking is unlikely to prove a well of money for villagers

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Nettles are a tasty source of sustenance for both wildlife species and humans.  Picture by Mitchell Self.

Country & Coast: Countryside freebies are as delicious as they are healthy

Environment

Yorkshire weather: Cloudy skies bring an end to our all-too-brief sunny spell

Environment 1

Flood defences alone ‘not enough’ to protect Yorkshire communities

Environment

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment
The illumination on St George's Hall, Liverpool, after a second inquest ruled that 96 Liverpool fans were unlawfully killed at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final.

Andy Burnham: Hillsborough Law is chance to create a legal legacy for disaster victims

Opinion
Campaigners stage a protest at Henry Jenkins pub, which they have fought to have listed as a community asset ..Picture by Simon Hulme

‘Our pub is the beating heart of our village’

News 1
The village of Staithes and inset, protestors object to the phone mast.

Phone mast battle ‘tearing village apart’

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Manager Bob Paisley (centre)  is flanked by trainer Ronnie Moran (left) and assistant manager Joe Fagan.

Former Liverpool star Ronnie Moran dies, aged 83

Football
2012: The Queen shaking hands with Northern Ireland Deputy First Minister Martin McGuinness watched by First minister Peter Robinson (centre) at the Lyric Theatre in Belfast.

How should we remember Martin McGuinness?

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Lives lost and peace won: Martin McGuinness, a politician who defined modern Ulster

Obituaries