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Former Blue Peter presenter John Noakes dies

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What can be done to tackle congestion?

Jayne Dowle: Yorkshire’s roads to nowhere as a simple journey becomes our ‘mission impossible’

Opinion

John Noakes: A career in pictures

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Some patients have discharged themselves instead of waiting.

Revealed: Yorkshire NHS trusts' rising problem with discharging elderly patients in good time

Health

New £1 coin costing Yorkshire councils a small fortune

Transport

Teaching becoming a job that is ‘just too big an ask’ but many feel trapped in profession

Education

Racist abuse hurled at Yorkshire surgeon who tried to save Manchester victims

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Arrest made after man, 21, dies on coach heading to Radio 1's Big Weekend in East Yorkshire

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Crowds gathered in Wakefield for today's vigil. Pictures: Tony Johnson

Candles are lit for victims of Manchester attack as Wakefield Cathedral holds vigil

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Bill Carmichael: Terrorism – David Blunkett was right all along on extremist threat

Bill Carmichael
Antony Calvert

Conservative candidate calls for city to have its own council

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The new 12-sided �1 coins

New £1 coin costing Yorkshire councils a small fortune

Transport 2
International Development Secretary Priti Patel.

YP Letters: Foreign aid shows Britain at its best

Opinion
Do faith leaders need to do more to root out extremism in Britain's mosques?

YP Letters: We need a more fundamental response to terrorism

Opinion
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson with a Brexit battlebus which made a link between EU spending and the NHS.

YP Letters: Time will tell if Leave won the vote honestly

Opinion
Suraiya Khatun, Hmida Butt and Khairun Nisa who were living in India at the time of Patition. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Seventy years on, the untold stories from the Partition of India

Analysis 2
Some patients have discharged themselves instead of waiting.

Revealed: Yorkshire NHS trusts' rising problem with discharging elderly patients in good time

Health

Are UK pollsters headed for another embarrassing election?

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YP Comment: Terrorism – which party will keep Britain safe?

Opinion

Jayne Dowle: Yorkshire’s roads to nowhere as a simple journey becomes our ‘mission impossible’

Opinion 2

Richard Evans: Powerhouse set to have vital role in keeping lights on

Opinion
Hundreds of motorists are being caught using their mobile phones illegally every day, figures have revealed. Pic: PA.

Police in Yorkshire catch 324 drivers flouting mobile phone rules in a month despite tougher penalties

Crime
Do faith leaders need to do more to root out extremism in Britain's mosques?

YP Letters: We need a more fundamental response to terrorism

Opinion
A vigil was held today at Wakefield Cathedral.

Further arrests made over Manchester bombing

Crime 1
A South Yorkshire dad who subjected his wife to a vicious and sustained attack, some of which was carried as their young daughter was sat on her lap, has been spared jail.

South Yorkshire dad who subjected wife to 11 hour attack is spared jail

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Arrest made after man, 21, dies on coach heading to Radio 1's Big Weekend in East Yorkshire

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Suicide bomber pictured moments before Manchester Arena terror attack

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YP Letters: Manchester’s example to the world after arena bombing

Opinion 2

YP Letters: A safer way of enforcing speed limits on roads

Opinion

New £1 coin costing Yorkshire councils a small fortune

Transport 2

Least congested Leeds commuter route revealed

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What can be done to tackle congestion?

Jayne Dowle: Yorkshire’s roads to nowhere as a simple journey becomes our ‘mission impossible’

Opinion 2
Terminals have been packed full of travellers waiting to find out when they can fly. PA

Flight 'chaos' continues despite British Airways fixing computer glitch

Transport

Travel alert: East Coast Main Line blocked after trespassing incident

Transport

Teaching becoming a job that is ‘just too big an ask’ but many feel trapped in profession

Education
Rob Burrow at the NSPCC workshop at Seven Hills Primary School, Morley, Leeds.

Leeds Rhinos star Rob Burrow encourages children to talk about abuse

Education 3
Ampleforth College.

Yorkshire School will be focus of inquiry into abuse

Crime
Bold asymmetric shapes and textural interplay from Josie Partridge at Leeds College of Art.

Fashion matters: Young designers create a brave new world

Fashion

Revealed: Yorkshire NHS trusts' rising problem with discharging elderly patients in good time

Health
Armed police on duty in Manchester. PA

Racist abuse hurled at Yorkshire surgeon who tried to save Manchester victims

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Northern General Hospital.

Nurse struck off over relations with his patient

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Theresa May: Strong and stable?

David Behrens: May’s care-less attack on her own core voters could hand Corbyn power

Opinion 1
20 October 2003...Leeds General Infirmary in Great George Street, Leeds. Story Jim  Seton.

Yorkshire hospital sites on ‘high alert’ after UK terror threat level raised

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Pictures by Robert E Fuller.

Robert Fuller’s ground breaking study of majestic kingfishers

Environment
Heavy downpours on Saturday caused localised flooding in parts of Yorkshire.

Bank Holiday weather: More thunderstorms could strike Yorkshire

Environment
Lightning strikes over Poole harbour in Dorset as thunderstorms swept across parts of south west England after much of the country basked in sunshine and clear skies for the last few days. The storm is now heading north.

Yorkshire weather: Storms on their way as Met Office issues second warning

Environment
In the BBC drama To Walk Invisible, Charlotte Bronte cut a rather humourless figure. PA Photo/BBC/Gary Moyes.

Why are so many female authors portrayed as eccentric, lonely spinsters?

Analysis
Eliza Carthy, Errollyn Wallen, Brian Irvine three of the 20 composers whose work will be featured in the New Music Biennial.

Eliza Carthy: “We’d been waiting for mam to get better, but we had to come to terms with the fact that wasn’t going to happen.”

Analysis
Wendy Jefferson, Holme Flowers, Holme on Swale, North Yorkshire. Picture by Tessa Bunney.

Home Grown: How British flowers are making a comeback

Analysis
Suraiya Khatun, Hmida Butt and Khairun Nisa who were living in India at the time of Patition. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Seventy years on, the untold stories from the Partition of India

Analysis 2

YP Letters: Foreign aid shows Britain at its best

Opinion
Do faith leaders need to do more to root out extremism in Britain's mosques?

YP Letters: We need a more fundamental response to terrorism

Opinion
Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson with a Brexit battlebus which made a link between EU spending and the NHS.

YP Letters: Time will tell if Leave won the vote honestly

Opinion
John Noakes was a mainstay of TV's Blue Peter.

YP Comment: TV’s ‘action man’ – Blue Peter’s John Noakes is remembered

Opinion
Graeme Bandeira's cartoon from the Yorkshire Post on Saturday.

Special report: 'Old models of mental health care must be changed in new landscape'

Health 1

Michelle Dewberry: Depression doesn’t discriminate, says woman who had it all

Health

Clarke Carlisle: ‘Nobody dreams mental illness will be a part of their life’

Health 3
John Noakes was a mainstay of TV's Blue Peter.

YP Comment: TV’s ‘action man’ – Blue Peter’s John Noakes is remembered

Opinion
Dave Froggatt

Dave Froggatt, author and charity worker

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