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The Yorkshire Post says: We make no apology for holding Chris Grayling to account over Northern transport

Opinion
Maison Hirstle's death has been described as an "extraordinary tragic accident" by a coroner.

Scarborough boy, 4, hanged by hood in freak accident

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Outbreaks of mass hysteria like the one in 1930s Halifax have been witnessed acorss the world.

How the curious case of the Halifax Slasher caused a mass outbreak of hysteria

Analysis
Teenagers

'No drink, no drugs, no relationships - so just what do today's teenagers do?'

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Saving Sheffield's war memorial trees 'could cost £350,000'

Environment

More arrests as anti-fracking protests continue in North Yorkshire

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£50m Yorkshire Wildlife Park expansion plan which will create 300 jobs submitted to Doncaster Council

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Harewood House to open for Christmas for the first time in five years

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What the new Belle Stadium could look like.

New plan to keep Wakefield Trinity in the city

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Jayne Dowle: Some care and thought for customers goes a long way

Theresa May

Theresa May under pressure to unify party ahead of major Brexit speech

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Theresa May and Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson

May uses UN speech to reprimand Trump on climate change

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Chris Grayling.

The Yorkshire Post says: We make no apology for holding Chris Grayling to account over Northern transport

Opinion
Talha Asmal, from Dewsbury, who became Britain's youngest suicide bomber in 2015.

‘Sensitivity and understanding needed to encourage families who may report extremism fears’

Crime
Coun Andrew Carter

£30m plan to upgrade three ‘congestion hotspot’ Leeds road junctions

General Election
Donna Johnson with her partner Jonathan Cummin, 28, from Gipton.

Leeds man with two severe conditions is forced to find job despite doctor’s letter

Leeds
There needs to be greater awareness that speed limits exist for reasons of road safety.

YP Letters: Road safety course better than slap on wrist

Opinion 1

YP Letters: No devolution plan so far is equal to challenge North faces

Opinion

YP Letters: What if Churchill had shaped post-war world?

Opinion 3

Sheffield Wednesday: Club announce increase in stadium capacity ahead of Steel City derby

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Booze-fuelled bad behaviour drops in York

York

Bogus police officer tricks young Dewsbury woman into handing over valuable jewellery

Crime
A man is due in court today over an attack on a police officer in Doncaster

Injured Doncaster police officer discharged from hospital

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Clifford Gray

Missing man may be in Doncaster

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A man has been charged over an attack on a police officer in Hexthorpe

Man charged over attack on police officer in Doncaster

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‘Sensitivity and understanding needed to encourage families who may report extremism fears’

Crime

Five Sheffield United fans questioned over violence at Middlesbrough game

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Five Sheffield United fans questioned over violence at Middlesbrough game

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Man, 79, appears at court accused of kidnapping and raping Sheffield teen in the 1970s

News

The Yorkshire Post says: We make no apology for holding Chris Grayling to account over Northern transport

Opinion
Northern Power House Innovation Network, Room, Yorkshire Post, Leeds..Pictured from the left are Henri Murison, Jonathan Oxley,Simon Renault, Sherry Ward, Greg Wright and Daneile Moore..20th September 2017 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

North of England ‘must start to behave more like a Chinese mega-city’

Transport

VIDEO: Fly DSA Arena takes off as Doncaster Sheffield Airport gets naming rights of Sheffield Arena

Lifestyle 1
There needs to be greater awareness that speed limits exist for reasons of road safety.

YP Letters: Road safety course better than slap on wrist

Opinion 1
Should Britain invest more money in the road network?

YP Letters: No devolution plan so far is equal to challenge North faces

Opinion

Arts exam entries tumble to lowest for a decade

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A must buy for students

Five must buys for students this September

Education

Educating Yorkshire star Mushy turns 21 and launches new career

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Bartholomeo Joly de Lotbiniere, who is accused of rape.

Yorkshire student ‘accused of rape after University Challenge appearance’

Crime

New research reveals extent of loneliness - and shows just how much money interventions can save

Campaigns
The ward will close on October 1 but patients will stop being admitted on Friday

Bridlington Hospital will lose another ward

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People who are obese or smoke face a six-month ban on routine surgery

Surgery ban for the obese and smokers 'won't affect people needing vasectomy'

Health
East Riding CCG is rationing surgery for the obese and smokers

Overweight people and smokers to be denied surgery for six months in four Yorkshire hospitals

Health
Donna Johnson with her partner Jonathan Cummin, 28, from Gipton.

Leeds man with two severe conditions is forced to find job despite doctor’s letter

Leeds
Christine Thompson, secretary of the Ryedale Show, is one of the speakers at the Women in Farming conference.

Celebrating Yorkshire’s women in farming

News
Western Road would have to become a one-way street if war memorial trees were retained.

Saving Sheffield's war memorial trees 'could cost £350,000'

Environment 2
Licences have been issued for badger culling in 11 new areas in Devon, Wiltshire, Somerset, Dorset and Cheshire as part of efforts to control tuberculosis in cattle, the Government said.  Picture: Ben Birchall/PA Wire

New efforts to tackle Bovine TB

News
Outbreaks of mass hysteria like the one in 1930s Halifax have been witnessed acorss the world.

How the curious case of the Halifax Slasher caused a mass outbreak of hysteria

Analysis
Former stuntman Rob Jarman, with his dog Otto, who is now a dry stone waller.  Picture Bruce Rollinson.

Rob Jarman: How I went from Sherlock’s stunt double to dry stone waller

Analysis
Antiques Roadshow 40th Anniversary. Pictured: (L-R) Judith Miller, Lennox Cato, Paul Atterbury, Fiona Bruce, Mark Hill and Rupert Maas. PA Photo/BBC/Ray Burmiston.

After 40 years, why are we still in love with Antiques Roadshow?

Analysis

Could these 90ft chimneys be Yorkshire’s answer to the Angel of the North?

Analysis 1

The Yorkshire Post says: We make no apology for holding Chris Grayling to account over Northern transport

Opinion
Teenagers

'No drink, no drugs, no relationships - so just what do today's teenagers do?'

News
Mexico earthquake

The Yorkshire Post says: Forget bickering about aid, we should be proud to help Mexico after earthquake horror

News

Comment: Praise for the people of Leeds as bomb scare causes city centre chaos

Opinion
The Yorkshire Post has been campaigning on the issue of loneliness since February 2014.

New research reveals extent of loneliness - and shows just how much money interventions can save

Campaigns

Events celebrate older people this Silver Sunday

Campaigns
Councillor Peter Box hands keys to new office for the Senior Citizens Support Group to Tom Long. Accompanied by Councillor Darren Byford on the right.

Group whose events tackle loneliness hope office will become community ‘hub’

Campaigns