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Woman, 54, charged with murder after fatal house fire

A woman has been charged with murder after a man died in a house fire in Grimsby.

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

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

Political Editor James Reed spoke to Transport Secretary Chris Grayling after a summer of damaging headlines over the Government's commitment to the North of England.

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Sheffield's District Commander, Shaun Morley

Eleven arrested in derby day disorder in Sheffield

Police made 11 derby day arrests in Sheffield in an operation involving hundreds of officers drafted in to keep fans safe.
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The school in North Lincolnshire.

Girl, 16, arrested after woman stabbed at secondary school

A 16-year-old schoolgirl has been arrested on suspicion of attempted murder after a welfare officer was stabbed at a secondary school.
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Coroners tracing relatives of Halifax man, 74, who died in hospital

Coroners tracing relatives of Halifax man, 74, who died in hospital

Coroners are trying to trace relatives of a Halifax man who died in hospital.

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Shop manager punched in face while trying to stop thief in Scarborough

A shop manager was punched in the face while trying to stop a thief in Scarborough.
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VIDEO: Backstage Academy students graduate with Rock and Roll ceremony

It was a day of firsts as students graduated from live events education centre Backstage Academy.

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The vehicle ran out of fuel just half a mile away from Hartshead Moor services, on the M62. Picture: West Yorkshire Police Roads Policing Unit (@WYP_RPU on Twitter).

Car runs out of fuel on motorway just half a mile from M62 services near Leeds

A car ran out of fuel on the motorway near Leeds, just half a mile from services.
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Video: Britain is going nuts for the Yorkshire pudding wrap and it looks amazing

A street-food outlet has created a ‘Yorkypud’ wrap that includes all the classic bits of a Sunday lunch.

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£40m Halifax town centre regeneration scheme moves a step forward

A £40 million scheme for a 'once-in-a-lifetime transformation' of Halifax town centre is about to move a step forward.
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Anti-fracking protesters lying in road chained to barrels 'for 24 hours' in North Yorkshire

Anti-fracking protesters lying in road chained to barrels 'for 24 hours' in North Yorkshire

Protesters are lying in the road, chained to concrete barrels outside a fracking site in North Yorkshire.
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PIC: Tony Johnson

A 100-year fight to chart Humber’s trade course

The sight of a vessel making its way up the Humber Estuary with the Humber Bridge in the background has been a familiar sight for decades. But the battle to build Hull’s industrial potential is a story that stretches back to the 19th century.

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The gorgeous Waterside at Knaresborough.

Why are Harrogate & Knaresborough in UK press?

Word of the Harrogate district's beauty is spreading far and wide.
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Two held over sexual assault of woman in York

Two held over sexual assault of woman in York

Two men are being held over a serious sexual assault in York.

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The Labour Party Conference will take place this week.

'Labour must show it is a strong and coherent force'

BACK to basics is an over-used slogan in politics, but the Labour Party should take it to heart at this week’s annual conference in Brighton.
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Fire breaks out in a bedroom of North Yorkshire home

Fire breaks out in a bedroom of North Yorkshire home

A fire broke out at a home in North Yorkshire.

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A police officer was attacked in Hexthorpe

Doncaster police officer attack highlighted to show bravery of bobbies

An attack on a Doncaster police officer was used to highlight the bravery of bobbies during a national police memorial day service.

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Swarms of emergency services at Manchesters MEN Arena and Piccadilly Station after an explosion on March 23 2017.

Funding for community projects to tackle local extremism

Community projects are getting thousands of pounds each from a police fund to encourage locals to engage with the authorities in parts of Yorkshire which are feared to be potential breeding grounds for extremists.

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12 injured in two separate incidents

Twelve injured in two crashes at Oliver's Mount

Three people were seriously injured following two incidents where motorbikes ploughed into the crowd.
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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

DR JOHN Sentamu said it has never been “so important” to support young people as he launched a major fundraising drive to extend the reach of his youth trust - almost a decade after it launched.

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