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UK hit by 20,000 lightning strikes and flights disrupted as 'mother of all thunderstorms' touches down

News

For sale: Amazing North York Moors property with a river running through the garden

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Ryan Jowle

'You will be missed by loads' - Tributes pour in for teen murdered on Sheffield estate

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Train gets 'lost' in Yorkshire after it goes the wrong way

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David Behrens: Who knew trains need drivers? Not Northern’s masters of disaster

Opinion

Remembering the Yorkshire road tragedy that time has forgotten

News 1

Leeds Windrush victim could not travel to see star athlete sister’s Olympic glory

News 1

LOWEDGES MURDER: Everything we know so far

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MI6 headquarters, as the Secret Intelligence Service is seeking to cast off its macho James Bond image in an attempt to bring in more women and minority recruits

The Yorkshire Post says: Who’d be a spy? MI6 turns from Oxbridge to TV

Opinion
Rotherham United's Richard Wood (6) celebrates scoring his side's second goal of the game with Rotherham United manager Paul Warne (right) (Picture: PA)

Warne’s pride as he shares Rotherham United’s Wembley win with loved ones

Rotherham United
Richard Wood celebrates his opening goal of the play-off final (Picture: PA)

Wembley Verdict: Warrior Wood is daydream believing for Rotherham United

Rotherham United
Yorkshire's Adam Lyth

I’m a long way off England recall, admits Lyth

Cricket
Shrewsbury Town manager Paul Hurst shrugging his shoulders towards Rotherham United manager Paul Warne from the touchline (Picture: John Patrick Fletcher/Action Plus via Getty Images)

‘Warniola’ is epitome of cool as Rotherham United manager respectfully outwits his old mate Hurst

Rotherham United

Leicestershire v Yorkshire: Fun day for Vikings at Grace Road as Fisher grabs his chance

Yorkshire

Leeds Rhinos feel the force of Catalans Dragons

Leeds Rhinos

Darren Gough: Why I would have handed the England armband to Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson

Football

Transfer gossip, Sunday: Barnsley look to France | Hull want Greek defender | Rangers eye Jordan Rhodes

Football
England's captain Joe Root (centre) walks off with his team mates during day four of the First NatWest Test Series match at Lord's, London. (Picture: Adam Davy/PA Wire)

Joe Root and Trevor Bayliss angered by Aj Jazeera’s spot-fixing allegation

Cricket

Darren Gough: Why I would have handed the England armband to Liverpool’s Jordan Henderson

Darren Gough
MP Angela Smith and Dr Jim Collingham, head of re-use operations at Braiform

Local MP welcomes investment at Braiform

News
Surgical's instruments are used in complex keyhole surgery

Keyhole surgery firm reports supply delays

News

Three new firms set for Bruntwood scheme in Leeds city centre

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NEWSUBSTANCE created SPIRIT, a structure that will house 3,000 LED lights, use 10km of coloured string, it is 5 metres above the concourse and overall span is 24m x 14m. NEWSUBSTANCE are a UK studio specialising in dramatic, bespoke performance structures and have created pieces for Take That, Mumford & Sons and even the Beijing Olympics. .'17 November 2016.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Yorkshire named UK’s leading region for creative industries

Business

Henry Boot thrives despite snowfall

News

Team 17 floats, and then soars, on its AIM debut

News

Setting the stage to create city’s first university

News
Boxing Day sales shoppers queue outside Marks & Spencer on Briggate in Leeds.'26th December 2017.'Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

M&S reveals another year of falling profits

News

Greg Wright: The big questions for Britain’s most powerful man

Greg Wright
One of Laura's captured shots of Yorkshire rail passengers. (Laura Page).

A snapshot of life on Yorkshire’s railways

News
Gemma Hogg has written a memoir about life at a racing stable.

The muck and magic of life at a Yorkshire racing stable

Analysis
Yorkshire Wildlife Trust officer Jim Horsfall at Potteric Carr Nature Reserve near Doncaster. (Scott Merrylees).

A slow death for the ash tree?

Analysis
WHAT NOW?: Bridget Christie's latest show looks at the state of the world and where we go from here. It follows her stand-up show last year inspired by the Brexit vote.

Big interview: Bridget Christie on mixing comedy and politics

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Christa Ackroyd: The lessons my mother taught me which will live with me forever

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