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Inside Hull’s new £200m power plant that turns waste into electricity

Environment

New exhibition reveals hidden side of Brimham Rocks

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Sarah Champion

The Yorkshire Post Says: Sarah Champion should not have felt need to resign for speaking out against grooming gangs

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A steam train pulls into Goathland Station bound for Pickering on the North York Moors Railway.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Historic North York Moors Railway carriages back in action after vandal attack

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Apologies for families of soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in Snatch Land Rovers

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Chatsworth House recalls pates and rillettes amid concerns over control of potentially fatal toxin

Health

Masterchef contestant spices up city food culture with her own restaurant

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Brexit timetable in doubt as experts dismiss need for new EU deal

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Despite daily pressures. junior doctor Melody Redman is still committed to the NHS.

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion

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

Prime Minister Therese May

Brexit timetable in doubt as experts dismiss need for new EU deal

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Army handout photo of 18 brand new Land Rover 'Snatch' Mk II Armoured Vehicles, after being unloaded from a chartered Boeing 747 cargo plane at Basra Air Station, Iraq. The Defence Secretary has apologised to the families of British soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in lightly armoured Snatch Land Rovers.

Apologies for families of soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in Snatch Land Rovers

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Despite daily pressures. junior doctor Melody Redman is still committed to the NHS.

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion

Opinion: Why unpaid internships are bad for business

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Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt.

YP Letters: Set realistic goals, not targets, for a better NHS

Opinion 1
UK farmers conform to the highest welfare standards.

YP Letters: Farms meet strict animal welfare rules

Opinion
Sheffield's tree-felling scandal has made national headlines.

YP Letters: Council’s failings over Sheffield tree affair are clear to see

Opinion 15

Support for Yorkshire MP Champion as child abuse race row causes division

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Local Plan: Harrogate Borough Council hits back over housing plans

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Opinion: Student success is tarnished by political attacks

Opinion

Sheffield Council claims it may have to pay 'millions' if 500 trees not axed by New Year

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The car police wanted to talk to the driver about.

Man arrested following a police car chase in Scarborough

Crime
Louis Taylor-Broadfield

Public are asked to help police locate a wanted man in West Yorkshire

Crime
Police in Barcelona in the aftermath of the attack

Terror attacks in Spain: What we know so far

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A Sheffield man, who admitted to downloading child pornography which shows children as young as four being abused, has been given a suspended prison sentence.

Suspended sentence for Sheffield man who downloaded child abuse images involving children as young as four

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Jail for serial Sheffield flasher who performed sex acts on himself in public lifts

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Police identify suspects after two men shot and wounded in Bradford

Crime

Knifepoint robber struck on Huddersfield street

Crime

York hit by spate of anti-social behaviour

Crime

Historic North York Moors Railway carriages back in action after vandal attack

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Keep on moving! Leeds Festival traffic plan aims to kick out the jams

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Battle of Britain Memorial Flight aircraft grounded

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Plea to rail bosses to rethink ‘flawed’ proposed changes to railway timetables in Yorkshire

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The crash happened in Chapeltown Road, near the junction with Reginald Terrace and Harehills Avenue. Picture: Google

Travel alert: Major Leeds road closed as emergency services work at crash scene

Transport

Apprenticeship provider rated 'inadequate'

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Opinion: Why unpaid internships are bad for business

Opinion 1
Students collect their A level results at Barnsley College. L-R Emily Shaw (1 A and 2 Cs...going to University of Lincoln to study History) and Ellouise Gough (1 A* and 2 As...going to Leeds University to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics) Picture Scott Merrylees

A-Level results 2017: Yorkshire students discover how they have fared

Education
Students celebrate getting there a level exam results at Rossett School, Harrogate.

A-Levels results: Top grades success as boys pull ahead of girls for first time in almost 20 years

Education

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion
Labour MP for York Central, Rachael Maskell, chairs the all-party parliamentary group for older people and ageing Picture: Anna Gowthorpe

Too many elderly patients ‘suffering in silence’

Health
The Parliamentary and Health Service Ombudsman said too many older people are suffering in silence.

‘Basic human rights’ of elderly patients ignored, says Yorkshire MP

Health
Chatsworth House

Chatsworth House recalls pates and rillettes amid concerns over control of potentially fatal toxin

Health

Harrogate boy with life-limiting condition is able play with friends after charity’s gift

Health

Inside Hull’s new £200m power plant that turns waste into electricity

Environment
Sheffield's tree-felling scandal has made national headlines.

YP Letters: Council’s failings over Sheffield tree affair are clear to see

Opinion 15
Bryan Lodge has claimed the council could be hit with a financial penalty running into millions of pounds if tree removal work is not completed this year.

Sheffield Council claims it may have to pay 'millions' if 500 trees not axed by New Year

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The lone arranger: Yorkshire florist Susan Dobson turns her home and garden into spectacular live-work idyll

Analysis
Money lent by wealthy professionals in Yorkshire helped pay for the British war effort.

How Yorkshire's middle classes tried to fund World War One effort - and why the failure was covered up

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Jeff Platts and Helen Mariott on patrol at Ogden Water. Pic: Jonathanm Gawthorpe

Meet the countryside custodians trying to prevent drownings and fires at Yorkshire beauty spots

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Thousands of University places are still up for grabs.

A-levels 2017: More than 27,000 courses listed on University clearing website ahead of results

Education

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion
Castleford Tigers receive the League Leaders Shield.

The Yorkshire Post says: Well done Castleford Tigers – you’re in a league of your own

Opinion 1

Opinion: Why unpaid internships are bad for business

Opinion 1

The Yorkshire Post Says: How 2017's A-level success has been overshadowed by political controversy

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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
Professor Geoffrey Sims in 1974

Geoffrey Sims, University vice-chancellor

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