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Fancy living in this Tolkien-style gentleman’s retreat in the North York Moors?

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BRIDGE TO THE PAST: The River Humber was long seen as a natural boundary.

Humberside - the county no one loved

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Banning disposable drinks cups at award-winning Harrogate cafe - Baltzersens owner Paul Rawlinson.

Harrogate cafe to ban disposable coffee cups

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M62 near Leeds strewn with hundreds of Coke bottles after lorry overturns

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A freak accident, 26 operations, an amputation and cancer hasn’t stopped ‘Warrior’ Sean

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Major planning hurdle cleared for Harrogate Town's stadium overhaul

Harrogate

Jayne Dowle: Windrush – How did we end up in a ‘hostile environment’?

Opinion

Kate Bush revisits Wuthering Heights to create new work of art in memory of Emily Bronte

Analysis
West Yorkshire Police's campaign reminds people viewing indecent child images online about what they stand to lose.

Police campaign urges people viewing indecent child images to seek help - or risk losing it all

Crime

Bill Carmichael: Remoaners rage at rise of Jacob Rees-Mogg

Baroness Boothroyd

Bercow should stand down before next election, Boothroyd hints

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Scarborough inspections find dangerous faults in rented homes

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VIDEO: Strictly or X Factor? Hendo's or tomato sauce? Sheffield City Region candidates answer the tough questions ...

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Amber Rudd giving evidence to the Home Affairs Select Committee. Photo credit should read: PA Wire

Damning verdict on Home Office’s Windrush victims’ hotline from Yorkshire MP Gill Furniss

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Polcie have been out in force during Sheffield's tree-felling dispute.

YP Letters: Impact of tree policing in Sheffield not just about pay

Opinion
What now for Brexit?

YP Letters: Customs union move another nail in the coffin for House of Lords

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Tanya Simms and her nine-year-old daughter Talia

Sheffield grand-daughter of Windrush generation migrants ‘a citizen of nowhere’ after passport bid is rejected

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Major planning hurdle cleared for Harrogate Town's stadium overhaul

Harrogate

The Yorkshire Post says: Windrush: An insult too many. How PMQs missed the point

Opinion

Sheffield City Region mayoral candidate felt 'discriminated against' after snub from hustings

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PMQs sketch: Fuming Yvette Cooper takes May to task over Windrush scandal after Corbyn fails to land decisive blow

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The incident took place at the Thorncliffe Arms on August 5 last year

Sheffield bouncer urges judge to pass lenient sentence on man who attacked him

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Jayne Lewis was murdered at her Sheffield home in December last year

New trial date set for man accused of murdering Sheffield mum

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Rose and Margaret Maughan were sentenced during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court on Thursday, April 26

Sheffield mother and daughter jailed over vicious screwdriver attack that left woman with punctured lung

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Neil McNally

Yorkshire teenager violently raped and robbed after asking man for directions

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UPDATE: Yorkshire doctors help vets working to save acid attack pony

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Five teenagers blighting community in Hull are charged with 28 offences

Crime

Jail for banned driver in head-on crash after high speed police chase through Leeds

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Police campaign urges people viewing indecent child images to seek help - or risk losing it all

Crime

Jet2 announce THREE new destinations from Leeds Bradford Airport for summer 2019

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.

Tom Richmond: Don’t let failing Chris Grayling give Crossrail on the cheap to the North

Opinion 1

More rail strike misery for Yorkshire in May

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Northern services are being disrupted after trespassers forced the closure of railway lines.

Severe disruption to Northern train services after incident between Halifax and Bradford

Transport

Drivers warned to expect rush hour delays due to smart motorway fault on West Yorkshire motorway

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The Yorkshire Post says: A timely warning. The digitally-dependent pupils

Opinion
Is Britain becoming a nation of bookworms?

The Yorkshire Post says: A good read... The joy that books can bring

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School.

New schools could provide nearly 1,000 Leeds pupil places

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Justine Greening was born in Rotherham.  The Conservative MP has held three Cabinet posts and is now a leading social mobility campaigner.

Justine Greening: It’s in the interests of Yorkshire business to fight for social mobility

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A freak accident, 26 operations, an amputation and cancer hasn’t stopped ‘Warrior’ Sean

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Student nurses around a patient's bed, whilst a doctor explains an X-ray image, at St James' Hospital, Beckett Street, Leeds''in 1941

Revealed: Life in pre-NHS Yorkshire wards

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Alf Limb uses the new robotic gait trainer.

Unique brain rehabilitation centre opens near Leeds to offer new hope to disabled patients

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The Leeds garden which is good for mind, body and soil

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‘Mythical’ cancer beliefs revealed

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New signage has been erected at the site but Taylor Wimpey confirmed it is incorrect. Picture: Adrian Murray

Ground work underway for 119 houses opposite RHS Harlow Carr

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Polcie have been out in force during Sheffield's tree-felling dispute.

YP Letters: Impact of tree policing in Sheffield not just about pay

Opinion
Date: 26th April 2018.'Picture James Hardisty.'Protesters from Bardsey Action group outside Leeds Civic Hall demonstrating over the plans that 140 homes are to be build on greenbelt land in the village. Pictured Resident of Bardsey (left to right) Gabriel Barreto, and Des Hatfield, holding a banner ' Save Bardsey Greenbelt' whilst campaigners look-on.

Bid to build 140 homes on Leeds greenbelt land is rejected

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Philip D McQuillan and Levi Payne in When We Were Brothers.

Review: When We Were Brothers, The Underground, Bradford

Theatre

A freak accident, 26 operations, an amputation and cancer hasn’t stopped ‘Warrior’ Sean

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Kate Bush, whose single Wuthering Heights went to number one in 1978, is to create a new work of art in honour of Emily Bronte.

Kate Bush revisits Wuthering Heights to create new work of art in memory of Emily Bronte

Analysis
Alf Limb uses the new robotic gait trainer.

Unique brain rehabilitation centre opens near Leeds to offer new hope to disabled patients

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YP Letters: Russell Watson just too loud for Royal Hall audience

Opinion
Christa Ackroyd.

Christa Ackroyd: The real truth behind my BBC sacking

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Polcie have been out in force during Sheffield's tree-felling dispute.

YP Letters: Impact of tree policing in Sheffield not just about pay

Opinion
What now for Brexit?

YP Letters: Customs union move another nail in the coffin for House of Lords

Opinion 1

Lonely millennials more likely to have mental health problems

Health
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Fears for city’s isolated after end of £6m loneliness project

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Claire Throssell chats with Jean Leadbeater at the tea party held at the Holiday Inn in Barnsley. Picture Scott Merrylees

Campaigning parents united by grief support tea party that has brought joy to hundreds of lonely people

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Barbara Bush, a former First Lady of America, has died, aged 92.

The Yorkshire Post says: A lasting legacy. Barbara Bush’s place in history

Opinion
Len Tingle.

Obituary: Len Tingle, political journalist

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