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The five-star Yorkshire monastery where the monks will have en-suite bathrooms

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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

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50 weapons and hundreds of ammunition rounds handed into South Yorkshire Police during first week of amnesty

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Budget special: What should the Government's priorities be?

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‘Look at what we’re doing’: Grayling comes out fighting on Northern transport

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History of Leeds store M&S played out on stage

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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

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‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

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Motorists were stuck in the John Lewis car park for hours this afternoon, due to diversions put in place due to tonight's Christmas lights switch-on

Christmas lights chaos in Sheffield city centre as diversions lead to motorists being stuck inside car park for HOURS

Sheffield
Tech investment is expected to be included in Wednesday's Budget

The tech budget: Driverless cars are go, 5G roll-out and millions for AI

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Rachel Reeves, Leeds West MP and former junior chess champion, during her visit toWhingate Primary School with Grand Master Malcolm Pein, Chief Executive of CSC, to support of Chess in Schools and Communities.
Picture shows Malcolm Pein and Rachel Reeves taking part in a simul against 16 children.
Rachel will joined children of the school in a chess lesson and give a simultaneous exhibition, playing the best players from the school.
 Chess in Schools and Communities (CSC) is a UK charity whose mission is to improve childrens educational outcomes and social development by introducing them to the game of chess.
16 November 2017.  Picture Bruce Rollinson
Founded in 2009, CSC now teaches in over 300 schools and supports 500 more nationwide including 13 in Leeds, teaching around 1000 children each week how to play the game in classroom lessons and after-school clubs.

Chess ace Leeds MP drops into school for eight games at once

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The Yorkshire Party is making the case for devolution.

YP Letters: One voice...for a united Yorkshire

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Michel Barnier is the EU's chief Brexit negotiator.

YP Letters: The Brexit critics who do not help generate a better future

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Are hospital parking charges justified?

YP Letters: Even hospital staff suffer parking penalties

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Over 50 weapons and hundreds of rounds of ammunition have been handed into South Yorkshire Police during the first week of a guns amnesty organised by the force.

50 weapons and hundreds of ammunition rounds handed into South Yorkshire Police during first week of amnesty

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The Yorkshire Post says: What Yorkshire needs from the Budget

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

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Gritters on standby as temperatures expected to plummet in South Yorkshire

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Budget special: What should the Government's priorities be?

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Neighbours disturb thieves during daylight burglary at Sheffield home

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A man is currently in custody, after being arrested in connection with a robbery at a Sheffield property that officers believe may have been 'homophobically motivated'.

UPDATE: Sheffield man reportedly robbed at knifepoint by man he arranged to go on a date with

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A Sheffield dentistry student is due to stand trial at Sheffield Crown Court on Monday, accused of three terror charges.

Sheffield dentistry student accused of terror offences due to stand trial next week

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The shocking incident took place at a property in Lane End, Chapeltown at around 10.10pm yesterday evening. Picture: Google Maps

Burglar leaves empty-handed after threatening Sheffield resident with knife during raid

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Sheffield crime victim: 'Restorative Justice helped me to see my burglar as a human being'

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SCAM ALERT: People warned of fake RSPCA websites advertising premium rate numbers

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

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

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The tech budget: Driverless cars are go, 5G roll-out and millions for AI

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Buses on a Sheffield route are being diverted this evening, after yobs smashed windows on vehicles operating on the route in two separate incidents.

TRAVEL ALERT: Buses on Sheffield route diverted after vandals smash vehicle windows in TWO separate incidents

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Staff at Virgin East Coast are to ballot for strike action over pay.

More rail misery for Yorkshire as Virgin East Coast ballot for strike action

Transport
Theresa May needs to start making the north one of her priorities.

The Yorkshire Post says: Theresa May must now put North first when it comes to transport

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"Chancellor must find the cash for north's transport improvements"

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Chess ace Leeds MP drops into school for eight games at once

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An artist's impression of the extended Ecclesall Infant School

Plans to extend Sheffield primary school are given go-ahead

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Scotland's decision to bring in a minimum price per unit for alcohol will save 120 lives a year once it takes full effect, experts who researched the impact of the policy at the University of Sheffield have said.

Sheffield University study claims minimum unit alcohol price will save 120 lives a year

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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

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YP Letters: Even hospital staff suffer parking penalties

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Scotland's decision to bring in a minimum price per unit for alcohol will save 120 lives a year once it takes full effect, experts who researched the impact of the policy at the University of Sheffield have said.

Sheffield University study claims minimum unit alcohol price will save 120 lives a year

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The MPs have called for a cross-party convention on the future of the NHS and social care

Cross-party solution needed to face "immense" challenges of NHS and social care

Health
Thankful to Dementia Forward - Andrea Bradley.

Brave woman's charity tribute to late mum

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Alcoholism is Harrogate's hidden problem but it can be tackled.

Harrogate's 'secret' alcoholism in spotlight

Health
Pictures by Robert E Fuller.

Wildlife artist goes in the footsteps of fantastic Mr Fox

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Expect a hard frost overnight

Yorkshire set for big freeze with temperatures dropping to -4

Environment
A snow bunting. Picture by Michael Flowers.

Arctic blast sets the scene for buntings’ arrival

Environment
Pictures by Robert E Fuller.

Wildlife artist goes in the footsteps of fantastic Mr Fox

Analysis
Read Julian Norton's weekly column first, in Country Week every Saturday, only in your weekend edition of The Yorkshire Post. Picture by James Hardisty.

Julian Norton: Nightshade worries for Bert

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The Leven at Great Ayton.

Village upholds tradition of honouring its famous captain

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Paloma Faith has just released her fourth album, The Architect.

Big interview – Paloma Faith: ‘I feel not enough empathy goes on’

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YP Letters: One voice...for a united Yorkshire

Opinion 1
Michel Barnier is the EU's chief Brexit negotiator.

YP Letters: The Brexit critics who do not help generate a better future

Opinion 1
Are hospital parking charges justified?

YP Letters: Even hospital staff suffer parking penalties

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The Budget statement will be presnted next week.

The Yorkshire Post says: What Yorkshire needs from the Budget

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Contact the Elderly is encouraging people to over a spare seat at the dinner table to someone who may be lonely

Yorkshire's elderly are skipping meals to avoid eating alone, new research shows

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New app connects mums worldwide - using their voices

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Ripon hornblower Wayne Cobbett: One of many of Ripon's great traditions. 
Picture taken by Paul Oldham as part of his brilliant People of Ripon photography project which celebrates everyone who makes our city so special.

Launch of Pride in Ripon campaign: 10 things that make us all proud of our city

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Fr Theodore Young

Father Theodore Young, Ampleforth monk

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