Yorkshire Post

Police reveal bomb materials and messages of teenage boys in 'deeply unsettling' Yorkshire school massacre plan

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Two teenage boys have been found guilty at Leeds Crown Court accused of plotting a Columbine-style attack on a school in Northallerton. Twelve students were shot and killed during a mass shooting at Columbine High School, Colorado (Pictured bottom, right) in 1999.

Teenage boys guilty of conspiracy to murder over Yorkshire school shooting plot

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Grayling rejects calls to renationalise Northern rail and suggests leaders in the region should also face criticism

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Paula Sherriff: Why ‘failing’ Chris Grayling must resign over chaos on the railways

Opinion

Yorkshire Brexiteer Andrea Jenkyns quits Government to ensure UK does not end up 'half in, half out' of EU

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Rotherham council leader urged to reconsider approach to One Yorkshire devolution

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Britain's oldest person, South Yorkshire woman Bessie Camm dies at 113

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Jody Hobbs from the auctioneers Gardiner Houlgate with the rare Rolex.

Rolex watch bought in Doncaster for £69 sells for £100,000 at auction

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Northern Rail

Further disruption to Yorkshire rail services as Northern workers walk out on strike

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Happy days: Rotherham United chairman Tony Stewart.

‘We’re in better shape than ever’ says Rotherham United owner Tony Stewart

Rotherham United
Chris Wilder: Looking ahead.

I want to build and move forward, says Sheffield United chief Chris Wilder

Football

Who is new Leeds United director Paraag Marathe and what has he done at the 49ers?

Leeds United

Jamie McDonnell hoping to scale heights in Tokyo

Boxing

Yorkshire Vikings fall just short in record one-day run chase

Cricket

‘Unexpected workload’ reduces Kane Williamson’s Yorkshire involvement

Cricket

Video - Castleford Tigers v St Helens: Time for Tigers to show they are back on track

Castleford Tigers

Darren Gough: Jos Buttler can serve up Test treat by playing natural game

Darren Gough
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 has completed all the sales at the main building of the Chocolate Factory

Henry Boot thrives despite snowfall

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Debbie Bestwick

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

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Setting the stage to create city’s first university

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M&S reveals another year of falling profits

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Inflatable theme park to open

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Devolution could solve region’s transport problems, Fastest 50 debate is told

Business
Stephen O'Hara, CEOof Opitbiotix.  (Photo credit  � Hazel Dunlop.)

Optibiotix reports pre-tax profit of £1.9m

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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

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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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