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Three York properties targeted in same night

A number of properties in York were targeted in a series of burglaries over the weekend.

Police say the man has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Police warning after burglary spate in North Yorkshire

Police are warning residents in the Malton and Norton areas of North Yorkshire to be on their guard after a series of burglaries over the weekend.

New Labour Candidate for Spen Tracy Brabin, pictured at Cleckheaton.

Newly elected West Yorkshire MP takes up her seat in Parliament

The newly-elected MP for Batley and Spen was cheered by colleagues on all sides of the chamber as she was officially sworn in to Parliament today.

MPs calls on Government to cough up NHS funds

MPs demand Brexit cash for NHS

Yorkshire MPs have joined dozens of their cross-party colleagues in demanding an extra £350 million a week in post-Brexit funding for the NHS.

Police say the man has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Man robbed at cash machine in Grimsby

A man was robbed in Grimsby in the early hours of Monday morning when he withdrew money from a cash machine.

Vintage motorcycle stolen from Hessle

Vintage motorcycle stolen from Hessle

A vintage motorcycle was stolen from Hessle over the weekend and Humberside Police is appealing for information.

Andrea Leadsom, Secretary of State for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs, chats to Rebecca Burge, from Living Salads, Ellerker, East Yorkshire, during her visit to the National Agri-Food Innovation Centre in Sand Hutton, York.  Picture: James Hardisty.

Leadsom launches network to ‘push boundaries of British food’

A new initiative that opens up “first-class” facilities to budding food entrepreneurs has been launched by Environment Secretary Andrea Leadsom on a visit to North Yorkshire.

1955: From left to right my mum (Ilona), my grandmother (Erzsebet), aunt (Elizabeth), uncles George (behind) and Joseph (front) and my grandfather (Ignac).

Hungarian Revolution: The day the tanks rolled in

Sixty years ago, tends of thousands of people fled Hungary to escape the fighting on the streets. Among them was our reporter Yvette Huddleston’s mother. She tells her story.

Baroness McIntosh

Farmers left £27m short by bungling agency

The dire performance of the Rural Payments Agency to pay almost £1.4bn in lifeblood subsidies to farmers over the past year has been laid bare in a new report from the National Audit Office.

11 micro-crimes you've probably committed

From fare dodging to streaming from Netflix: 11 ‘micro-crimes’ you’ve probably committed

Three-quarters of Brits are what is described as ‘micro-criminals’ - committing tiny crimes in shops and online to get a better deal.

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Police recorded 97  trespassing offences in West Yorkshire last autumn.

Teens in West Yorkshire warned of railway trespass danger

TEENAGE boys and young men are at the greatest risk of being killed while trespassing on railways lines, police have warned.

A&E campaigners in Huddersfield at a protest.

YP Letters: Savings must go to protect troubled NHS

From: Dr Glyn Powell, Bakersfield Drive, Kellington.

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Uniliver was recently at the centre of a trade stand-off with Tesco.

YP Letters: Marmite row is not sign of firm’s greedy appetite for profit

From: Mr SB Oliver, Churchill Grove, Heckmondwike.

William Hague, the then Foreign Secretary, opens the new terminal at Leeds Bradford Airport in 2012.

YP Letters: Spend more than a penny on Leeds Bradford Airport facilities

From: Chris Hurford, Nether Poppleton, York.

Lisa Bates

Sheffield axeman is cleared of murder bid on woman Pc he left with fractured skull and severed finger

A 35-year-old man who attacked a Sheffield policewoman with an axe, leaving her with a fractured skull and a finger hanging off, has been cleared of attempted murder.

Tragic tale of Leeds golfing brothers who died at the Front

Tragic tale of Leeds golfing brothers who died at the Front

The tragic story of three golfing brothers from Guiseley who died in World War One has been uncovered by a researcher from the Professional Golfers’ Association.

Date: 20th October 2016. Picture James Hardisty.
Official opening of the Victoria Gate, John Lewis, Leeds.

Time running out for business hub contest

Fledgling firms in Yorkshire will have their chance to have their plans looked over by an expert panel including Microsoft and Victoria Gate developers Hammerson as part of an exciting competition.

Richard Walker.

Victim named in Scarborough murder investigation

Murder squad detectives have named a man who was found dead at a flat in North Yorkshire as Richard Ian Walker.

Adrian Greenwood, as Michael Danaher, 50, has been found guilty of murdering the historian and book dealer at his home

25-stone killer with ‘spreadsheet of death’ guilty of stabbing book dealer for his first edition of Wind In The Willows

A 25-stone killer who brutally tortured and stabbed a book dealer to death in his own home after going to steal a £50,000 first edition of the Wind In The Willows has been jailed for 34 years.

Coun Barry Anderson. Supplied by Leeds City Council.

Safety features to ‘protect children’ are welcomed

A £65,000 scheme to introduce 20mph zones and safety improvements to roads in Cookridge has been welcomed.

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