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16-year old given life sentence for killing seven-year-old Katie Rough in a York park

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Whitby's famous Victorian photo studio is closing

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Hazel Richardson, Heritage Project Officer, looking through the Tom Twisleton Celebration  exhibition  at The Folly in Settle

Tom Twisleton and the lost language of the Dales

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Leeds’s capital of culture hopes are dashed as European Commission confirms UK city can’t hold title after Brexit

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"You're not in trouble, but your baby can't be laid to rest" - Leeds police appeal to find mum of baby left in bag

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Jayne Dowle: Stamp duty cut won’t deliver the homes we need

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Yorkshire Dales: ‘Robust’ pledge over district’s plan vision

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How son’s fight against leukaemia inspired Andrew to help create new £500,000 Leeds ‘cancer cottage’

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Michael Crowther pictured at Kirkwood Hospice which is marking its 30th anniversary.
 Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

Yorkshire’s hospices fight back amid double whammy of challenges

Health

‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

Andrew Vine
Should North Yorkshire be served by one council?

YP Letters: Close councils to boost vital local services

Opinion
Is population growth exacerbating flooding?

YP Letters: Population is as big a threat as climate change

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Brexit continues to divide opinion.

YP Letters: Revoke Article 50 – before madness damages UK further

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Chancellor Philip Hammon

Budget 2017: British workers facing ‘two lost decades’ of wage growth

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A road traffic sign is in front of the Union Jack and the European Union flag hanging outside Europe House in Smith Square, London.  Photo: Yui Mok/PA Wire

Aisha Iqbal: Brexit is the mother of all messy divorces - and Leeds is like a poor child stuck in the middle

Politics
Michael Gove

Michael Gove denies accusation that Tories think animals don't feel pain

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Budget 2017: Hammond and May put on united front on visit to Leeds College of Building

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The Yorkshire Post says: European Capital of Culture decision smacks of petty vindictiveness

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The Yorkshire Post says: Theresa May and Philip Hammond’s unity in Leeds delivers a positive message

Opinion

Bill Carmichael: Philip Hammond has at least steadied the ship

Opinion

YP Letters: Boycott would give us upper hand with EU

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Oxford Circus

Police responding to 'shots fired' at Oxford Circus station in London

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Oxford Circus

Police responding to incident at Oxford Circus station in London

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Aizlewood outside court

Former Leeds United footballer tells £5million apprenticeship fraud trial of wife's suicide

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Do you recognise this man?

CCTV appeal: Police investigating use of 'stolen' bank card in York shop

Crime

Police seek witnesses after coach crash on A64 in York left two children hurt

Crime

Televisions still in original boxes were stolen from house near North York Moors

Crime

Arson investigation begins after stolen moped torched and bin set on fire in Selby

Crime

Leeds murder conspiracy: Four men appear in court over drive-by shooting

Crime

Government confirms start date for work to begin on Castle Street in Hull

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The lorry stuck at the railway bridge on Whitehall Road.

'Stuck lorry' causes traffic disruption in Leeds

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Leeds Station.

'Significant disruption' to rush hour trains between Leeds and York

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A train on the Airedale line

MP in threat to strip Northern Rail of franchise over new fines policy

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Weetwood Lane. Pic: Google.

Weetwood Lane in Leeds shut for 'five weeks' for 'emergency' repairs

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Knaresborough school to become an academy?

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Action over school places shortage

Education
Tunde Okewale, who was awarded an honorary doctorate of law from Sheffield Hallam University this week.

‘More needs to be done before we see a real impact on lives of BME people in our communities’

Opinion
Claire Wright with her 12-year-old son, Aaron Matthews

Doncaster mum speaks of terrifying moment school told her 'your son's been shot with a BB gun'

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How do we know our medicines are safe?

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The average appointment time is 9.22 minutes. Picture: PA.

‘Thousands of elderly are killed by flu and respiratory diseases’

Health

How son’s fight against leukaemia inspired Andrew to help create new £500,000 Leeds ‘cancer cottage’

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Hospital Director Andrew Eadsforth pictured with the Stryker Mako Robotic Arm Surgery System, at the  Nuffield Hospital, Leeds...21st November 2017 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Robotic arm will transform hip and knee surgery in Leeds

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Before - Actor John Middleton starts shaving Andrea Bradley's lovely hair in the Harrogate hairdressers.  (1711201AM2)

Amazing headshave helps Harrogate charity

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Is the bicyle all our futures?

Dear Reader: Problem with electric cars + seeing red at Paddington 2

Opinion
Is population growth exacerbating flooding?

YP Letters: Population is as big a threat as climate change

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Two-thirds of UK businesses, or 4.6 million companies, are family owned. They generate more than a quarter of the UKs gross domestic product and pay roughly 125 billion in tax

Keeping it in the family: running a family business

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Dynamos magic skills have taken him all over the world. (Picture: Nick Ansell/PA).

Dynamo - the secret world of a magician

Analysis
An image from the exhibition Spence: The Art of War at the Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds. (Picture: Simon Hill).

Artists who offered a different perspective on the First World War

Analysis

How son’s fight against leukaemia inspired Andrew to help create new £500,000 Leeds ‘cancer cottage’

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Conal Gregory: Gold splits investors but can be ‘a hedge against catastrophe’

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Is the bicyle all our futures?

Dear Reader: Problem with electric cars + seeing red at Paddington 2

Opinion
Should North Yorkshire be served by one council?

YP Letters: Close councils to boost vital local services

Opinion
Is population growth exacerbating flooding?

YP Letters: Population is as big a threat as climate change

Opinion 1
Contact the Elderly is encouraging people to over a spare seat at the dinner table to someone who may be lonely

Yorkshire's elderly are skipping meals to avoid eating alone, new research shows

Campaigns

New app connects mums worldwide - using their voices

Campaigns
Ripon hornblower Wayne Cobbett: One of many of Ripon's great traditions. 
Picture taken by Paul Oldham as part of his brilliant People of Ripon photography project which celebrates everyone who makes our city so special.

Launch of Pride in Ripon campaign: 10 things that make us all proud of our city

Campaigns
Rodney Bewes as Bob in The Likely Lads

Likely Lad Bewes, dead at 79, was a ‘true one-off’

Obituaries

Breaking up is hard to do: Fans mourn heartthrob David Cassidy

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