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West Yorkshire Lotto winners thank shopper for letting them enter draw before deadline

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North York Moors National Park tables new 15-year plan to save its rural communities

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Family enjoys barbecue cooked on tombstone in Yorkshire church cemetery

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BBC's Countryfile Live is to be held at Castle Howard in Yorkshire for the first time next year, at Castle Howard from August 15-18. Pictured left to right are presenters Matt Baker, Adam Henson, Ellie Harrison, Tom Heap, Anita Rani, John Craven and Charlotte Smith. Picture: BBC

Countryfile Live heads to Castle Howard in Yorkshire first

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Plea to use less water in Yorkshire as hosepipes banned elsewhere

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Banned driver filmed himself speeding along motorway at 140mph

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The Yorkshire Post says: No halt to the Brexit mayhem. Ministerial resignations mount

Opinion

Watchdog estimates Humberside Police failing to record 14,200 crimes a year

Crime
Charmaine Rowan.

Yorkshire fraudster tricked horse magazine customers to fund cosmetic surgery, hotel trips and designer clothes

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

Jared O'Mara. Picture: Dean Atkins

Sheffield MP Jared O'Mara cuts back work in Westminster on doctor's orders days after quitting Labour

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An artist's impression of how the scheme will look

Doncaster councillors approve plan to spend £10m on new town centre cinema and restaurants

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Is enough being done to encourage cycling in Harrogate?

YP Letters: Get on your bike to get Harrogate moving

Opinion
What will Brexit mean in practice?

YP Letters: What will Brexit mean for co-operation on public health

Opinion
Sheffield remains at the centre of a tree felling controversy.

YP Letters: Sheffield Council talks compromise over trees while going on attack

Opinion
The House of Commons term is to end early on Thursday. The last day had been scheduled for Tuesday July 24.

MPs get early holiday with Tories plotting against Theresa May and her Brexit strategy

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A fracking rig at Kirby Misperton.

Samuel Ribansky: Why Brexit equates to fracking if Britain to secure energy independence

Opinion

Ministers' response to attack on judges over Brexit criticised by Supreme Court President Baroness Hale

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John Redwood: My suspicion that Remain-supporting civil servants are dragging their feet on Brexit

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post says: No halt to the Brexit mayhem. Ministerial resignations mount

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post says: When will politicians value the rural economy?

Opinion
James Street, Selby. Photo: Google

New appeal over violence in Selby which left boy, 17, with cut to head

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Crackdown on anti-social drug users in York sees more than a dozen arrests

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One of the cordons set up in the wake of two shootings

Man injured in one of two shootings in Leeds on same day

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Watchdog estimates Humberside Police failing to record 14,200 crimes a year

Crime

Man to stand trial accused of sexually assaulting Sheffield police officer

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Police search cordoned off street in Leeds

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Detectives issue fresh appeal over robber who punched boy, 13, and stole his crutches

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CCTV shows man or youth lighting fire near arson-hit Jewson builders' merchants in Leeds

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Fresh light shed on Virgin Trains East Coast franchise bid

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Photo issued by Rolls-Royce PLC of a flying taxi concept which has been unveiled by engine maker. The hybrid vehicle could transport five passengers at speeds of 250mph for up to 500 miles without being recharged. PA

Rolls-Royce unveils flying taxi that can do 250mph and take off vertically

Transport
Arriva

Union suspends Arriva North strike pending talks in driver-only trains row

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Rail operator Northern is under fire for cancelling more train services.

The Yorkshire Post says: Railway own goal. Northern’s latest failure

Opinion
How should the Highway Code be enforced?

Neil McNicholas: Driven to distraction by unsafe roads

Opinion

Parents ‘gutted’ as Standards and Testing Agency confirms Leeds school’s SATs papers are missing

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Bringing the Bard to life for school children

Theatre
Education

School on ‘fast track to closure’ after standalone bid refused

Education
Pressure rising on teachers, unions warn.

‘With fewer staff, pressure on teachers rises’, former Yorkshire headteacher warns

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Warning over 'slime toys' available on Amazon containing high levels of chemical that could cause harm to unborn babies

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Dr Phil Earnshaw, chariman of NHS Wakefield CCG

Wakefield’s £5.9m social care hubs are saving NHS resources and helping those in need

Health

Urgent need to tackle multiple health conditions, says British Heart Foundation

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Should NHS appointments be distributed by email?

YP Letters: NHS communication methods ‘so last century’

Opinion

‘More should have been done’ to help Bradford dad-of-two Martin Burnett

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Is enough being done to encourage cycling in Harrogate?

YP Letters: Get on your bike to get Harrogate moving

Opinion
Sheffield remains at the centre of a tree felling controversy.

YP Letters: Sheffield Council talks compromise over trees while going on attack

Opinion
A fracking rig at Kirby Misperton.

Samuel Ribansky: Why Brexit equates to fracking if Britain to secure energy independence

Opinion
Bradford's Midland Station. Picture: Historic England/Paul Chrystall

Bradford: Grim images of city whose chimneys belched out death

Analysis
PIC: Bruce Rollinson

How gardener kept nature alive at stunning Yorkshire spot

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PICS: James Hardisty

Restaurant review: Matt Healy x The Foundry, Leeds

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From bland to brilliant: How antiques and collectibles has transformed this Yorkshire Victorian cottage

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YP Letters: Get on your bike to get Harrogate moving

Opinion
What will Brexit mean in practice?

YP Letters: What will Brexit mean for co-operation on public health

Opinion
Sheffield remains at the centre of a tree felling controversy.

YP Letters: Sheffield Council talks compromise over trees while going on attack

Opinion
A fracking rig at Kirby Misperton.

Samuel Ribansky: Why Brexit equates to fracking if Britain to secure energy independence

Opinion
Loneliness minister Tracey Crouch at Headingley Stadium, Leeds, earlier this year.

£9m fund for loneliness projects is now open for applications

Campaigns
Littlebeck Methodist Chapel in Whitby hosted a special Men's Shed where men can come to work on woodwork projects and socialise.Pictured are: Bob Hodge,Mick Jenkins and Dennis Metcalfe in the shed.  Picture: Richard Ponter

‘Men’s Sheds’ are having an impact on loneliness, health and self-esteem

Campaigns
Jo Cox

£20m loneliness fund 'exceeded expectations' says minister

Campaigns
Paul Hockney

Paul Hockney, former Lord Mayor of Bradford

Obituaries
Sarah Nulty and Public Enemy's Flava Flav. Picture: Simon Butler

Director of Tramlines music festival in Sheffield dies at 36

Obituaries
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