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Exclusive: How South Yorkshire Police missed multiple chances to stop Lostprophets paedophile Ian Watkins

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Sir Bruce Forsyth after he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London.

Goodbye to Sir Bruce Forsyth, Britain's heavyweight of light entertainment

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Inside Hull’s new £200m power plant that turns waste into electricity

Environment
The proposed strikes of Arriva North Trains will go ahead on September 1 and 4.

Fresh rail strikes to disrupt travel in September

Transport

New exhibition reveals hidden side of Brimham Rocks

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The Yorkshire Post Says: Sarah Champion should not have felt need to resign for speaking out against grooming gangs

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Apologies for families of soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in Snatch Land Rovers

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Drunk lumberjack gave pony and cart rides in pub car park

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Research suggests up to 10 million workers are currently employed in insecure work

MP Stephanie Peacock: Is Theresa May up to the job of tackling insecure work

Opinion

OPINION: University is life-defining - so why aren't schools doing more to prepare us?

Prime Minister Therese May

Brexit timetable in doubt as experts dismiss need for new EU deal

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Research suggests up to 10 million workers are currently employed in insecure work

MP Stephanie Peacock: Is Theresa May up to the job of tackling insecure work

Opinion
Which way for Brexit?

YP Letters: Not a racist or a halfwit, but a proud Brexiteer

Opinion 1
It is 25 years since the railways were privatised, but the policy still divides opinion.

YP Letters: Stale cliches cannot hide the failure of privatised railways

Opinion 1
Should alcohol sales be banned or limited at airports?

YP Letters: Airport bars fuel rise of British tourist thugs

Opinion 1
Sales of salmon and whisky are holding up well

Brexit causes rise in food import costs

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Army handout photo of 18 brand new Land Rover 'Snatch' Mk II Armoured Vehicles, after being unloaded from a chartered Boeing 747 cargo plane at Basra Air Station, Iraq. The Defence Secretary has apologised to the families of British soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in lightly armoured Snatch Land Rovers.

Apologies for families of soldiers killed in Iraq while travelling in Snatch Land Rovers

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‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion

YP Letters: Set realistic goals, not targets, for a better NHS

Opinion 1

YP Letters: Farms meet strict animal welfare rules

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YP Letters: Council’s failings over Sheffield tree affair are clear to see

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Leeds detectives release new CCTV images after burglary

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The assault took place in Wooden Hill Lane, Romanby. Picture: Google

Woman sexually assaulted while walking in country lane near North Yorkshire kennels

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Jan Sivak

Thief found hiding under a bed faces court

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Robin Milner

Drunk lumberjack gave pony and cart rides in pub car park

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Thug must pay £6,000 compensation over Leeds pub car park assault

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Man wanted by police for robbery offences is found and behind bars

Crime

Police appeal for witnesses to pizza shop brawl in Brighouse

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Man arrested following a police car chase in Scarborough

Crime

Fresh rail strikes to disrupt travel in September

Transport

Travel alert: Trains disrupted as animals block railway line between Leeds and Bradford

Transport
It is 25 years since the railways were privatised, but the policy still divides opinion.

YP Letters: Stale cliches cannot hide the failure of privatised railways

Opinion 1
Should alcohol sales be banned or limited at airports?

YP Letters: Airport bars fuel rise of British tourist thugs

Opinion 1
A steam train pulls into Goathland Station bound for Pickering on the North York Moors Railway.  Picture: Bruce Rollinson

Historic North York Moors Railway carriages back in action after vandal attack

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Apprenticeship provider rated 'inadequate'

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Students collect their A level results at Barnsley College. L-R Emily Shaw (1 A and 2 Cs...going to University of Lincoln to study History) and Ellouise Gough (1 A* and 2 As...going to Leeds University to study Philosophy, Politics and Economics) Picture Scott Merrylees

A-Level results 2017: Yorkshire students discover how they have fared

Education
Students celebrate getting there a level exam results at Rossett School, Harrogate.

A-Levels results: Top grades success as boys pull ahead of girls for first time in almost 20 years

Education
Sam Berson

A Levels 2017: Spotify student to continue musical success

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Call for action to stop disease killing children

Health
There are currently no NHS places available at any of the 15 listed NHS practices in Harrogate and Knaresborough.

No NHS places available at ANY Harrogate or Knaresborough dentists

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‘It could now cost more to look after an elderly parent than to raise a child’

Health
Date: 25th July 2017.
Picture James Hardisty.
Matthew and Lyndsay Smith, of Rufforth Drive, Leconfield, East Yorkshire, with thier son George, aged three who is about to have his trachiostomy removed at Leeds General Infirmary later this week (Thursday). It was first fitted at the age of three months when his family were told he would probably not survive his condition. George, spent the first eight months of his life in hospital, and now he's having it removed and is well on the road to recovery.

Birthday milestone for Leeds Children’s Hospital boy who wasn’t expected to survive

Health
Despite daily pressures. junior doctor Melody Redman is still committed to the NHS.

‘Being a doctor is certainly a strange mix of emotions. We can’t solve every problem’

Opinion
Coun Alison Teal, Calvin Payne and Dave Dillner.

BREAKING: Sheffield tree campaigners will not appeal injunction ruling

Environment 2

Inside Hull’s new £200m power plant that turns waste into electricity

Environment 1
Sheffield's tree-felling scandal has made national headlines.

YP Letters: Council’s failings over Sheffield tree affair are clear to see

Opinion 24

The lone arranger: Yorkshire florist Susan Dobson turns her home and garden into spectacular live-work idyll

Analysis
Money lent by wealthy professionals in Yorkshire helped pay for the British war effort.

How Yorkshire's middle classes tried to fund World War One effort - and why the failure was covered up

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Jeff Platts and Helen Mariott on patrol at Ogden Water. Pic: Jonathanm Gawthorpe

Meet the countryside custodians trying to prevent drownings and fires at Yorkshire beauty spots

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Thousands of University places are still up for grabs.

A-levels 2017: More than 27,000 courses listed on University clearing website ahead of results

Education

The Yorkshire Post says: Sir Bruce Forsyth was Mr Showbusiness. Can anyone fill his shoes?

Opinion

Conal Gregory: Alternative routes to better returns in a low interest rate world

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Graham Chalmers of the Harrogate Advertiser.

Dear Reader: All at sea with music legend + 'civil war' in Knaresborough!

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Research suggests up to 10 million workers are currently employed in insecure work

MP Stephanie Peacock: Is Theresa May up to the job of tackling insecure work

Opinion
Tony Jameson-Allen looking at one of the thousand of files sheets containing sporting images taken around the world.
Pctures: James Hardisty

Rich trove of sporting images will help tackle loneliness

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PIC: PA

One more chance to Be A Hero as organ donor campaign is launched in Leeds

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Social media is no 'silver bullet' for loneliness, a charity has warned

Social media is no ‘silver bullet’ for loneliness

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Sir Bruce Forsyth after he was knighted by Queen Elizabeth II during an Investiture ceremony at Buckingham Palace, London.

Goodbye to Sir Bruce Forsyth, Britain's heavyweight of light entertainment

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Professor Geoffrey Sims in 1974

Geoffrey Sims, University vice-chancellor

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