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200 volunteers create stunning Victorian Christmas at Harewood House

More than 200 volunteers spent the last three days creating a Victorian Christmas at Harewood House.

Leeds
I'm a Celebrity... Should we get her out of here? Labour MSPs to decide on Dugdale suspension

I'm a Celebrity... Should we get her out of here? Labour MSPs to decide on Dugdale suspension

Labour MSPs will consider if Kezia Dugdale should be suspended for her decision to appear on the reality TV show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here!, the party's new Scottish leader said.

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Gritters ready to hit the roads of Sheffield are prepared at the Olive Grove Road depot

Gritters on standby as temperatures expected to plummet in South Yorkshire

With low temperatures forecast for tonight, gritters are on standby across South Yorkshire to make the region's roads as safe as possible.

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Football pundit Chris Kamara has praised the police after officers caught a man believed to have stolen a car in South Yorkshire hiding in his garden

Football pundit Chris Kamara praises police for catching South Yorkshire car thief in his garden

Former Sheffield United midfielder, Chris Kamara, has praised the police after officers caught a man believed to have stolen a car in South Yorkshire hiding in his garden.
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The new approach, devised by the Children and Family Court Advisory and Support Service (Cafcass), is aimed at tackling parental alienation by urging them to consider the "profound" emotional impact on the child. PA

Parents who alienate children from other parent in divorce battles could lose contact

Parents engaging in Doctor Foster-style attempts to alienate children from their other parent during divorce battles could lose contact under a "groundbreaking" trial.

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A Doncaster dad, who was hauled before the courts for attacking a burglar outside his home, was cleared by a jury in under half an hour.

Doncaster dad hauled before courts for attacking burglar is cleared in under 30 minutes

A Doncaster dad, who was hauled before the courts for attacking a burglar outside his home, was cleared by a jury in under half an hour.

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Cannabis plants worth £30,000 found in raid

Cannabis plants worth £30,000 found in raid

Cannabis plants worth an estimated £30,000 were found at a house in Leeds on Friday.

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Mass communication graduates were likely to earn an average of just 22,300.

These are the university courses that’ll make you rich - and those that won’t

Studying medicine and dentistry will make you the richest after university with graduates earning an average of £46,700 according to new research from the Institute of Fiscal Studies.

Education
Is this your owl?

Is this your owl?

Leeds police have issued a hoot of an appeal on social media - to trace the owners of what they believe is a tame tawny owl.

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Detectives are appealing for information

Man in hospital after assault during car-jacking

A man is in hospital with head injuries after he was assaulted by a gang who demanded the keys to his car.

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Police are investigating the incidents

Plant pots and bricks thrown through windows and windscreens in "mindless spree" of criminal damage

THREE properties and around 25 vehicles were damaged in a "mindless spree" in Bingley this morning.

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The Prince of Wales makes a speech during a reception at Government House in Antigua as his tour of hurricane-ravaged Caribbean islands began. Picture: Victoria Jones/PA Wire

‘Utterly heartbreaking’: Charles describes hurricane devastation

“Painful beyond words.”

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Pam Ferris, David Jason, Catherine Zeta Jones and Philip Franks in YTV's Darling Buds of May

50 years of hits from a TV station that really caught fire

IT WAS the first building in Europe designed specifically for colour television. The problem, recalled one of its earliest occupants last night, was that hardly anyone knew how it worked.

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The popularity of accommodation such as shepherd's huts is growing, report Farm Stay UK.

Why farm stays as relevant as ever - for farmers and visitors

Farmers who open their gates to holidaymakers are facing more competition than ever before at a time when a profitable diversification has scarcely been seen as being more important.

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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

A one-off play is to chart the story of high street brand M&S’s journey from a Leeds market stall to international retailer.

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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

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has come out fighting over his department’s commitment to the North as he insisted the region’s leaders have all the same powers to improve services as their counterparts in London.

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Jon Trickett

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

Jon Trickett left school with no qualifications and ended up working in Downing Street. The Hemsworth MP talks to 
Kate Langston about his determination to reform a broken political system.

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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?

Ahead of the Budget, The Yorkshire Post invited eight experts from across the region to share their views on what the Government's priorities should be.

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The Leeds foster carer who wants to bring back hope for children

The Leeds foster carer who wants to bring back hope for children

From homelessness to the halls of Buckingham Palace, foster carer Jennie Ngulube has had an incredible journey. Ruby Kitchen reports.

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£140,000 cost of bid to take over fire service

£140,000 cost of bid to take over fire service

A bid by North Yorkshire’s crime commissioner to take over the county’s fire service has come under fire after it emerged more than £140,000 was spent on consultants.

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