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Stunning photos show sunrise at Ilkley Lido's solstice swim

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Mystery of unknown woman found dead and severely decomposed - is she from Yorkshire?

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Medieval potions are stirred up for a spell as exhibition is launched

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An X-ray image shows the injuries to the birds.

Geese shot and dumped in river near Wensleydale

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‘How working as a prison officer gave me PTSD’

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Diana Johnson: Grayling’s rail farce isn’t funny, he must quit now

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Leaked emails show Government was warned of rail chaos two years ago and described northern routes as ‘valueless’

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Jayne Dowle: Cannabis may be a cure but drugs culture is a sickness

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The day a 10-year-old boy was mauled to death by an escaped lion in a Lincolnshire market town

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

Plans are being drawn up for a Clean Air Zone in Leeds.

Dr Therese Coffey: Everyone has a part to play to clean up our air

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The scene in the House of Commons during this week's Brexit vote.

Bill Carmichael: Battle for Brexit became rout of rebels

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Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew announces the reuslt of Wednesday's vote on Brexit.

The Yorkshire Post says: House out of order. Brexit and Commons reform

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Doctors now recognise the health benefits of parkrun events.

The Yorkshire Post says: Pound for pound. Why park cuts should be a non-runner

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Disruption continues on rail services across the North.

YP Letters: Northern’s unfair policy on rail fines

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Britain is in the grip of a Brext tug-of-war between Leave and Remain supporters.

YP Letters: MPs demand vote while handing over sovereignty to EU

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Paul Brooke (centre) was found not to have breached the terms of a civil action banning 'direct action' protests against tree-felling in Sheffield.

Judge dismisses council's application to send Sheffield tree protester to jail

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The Yorkshire Post says: Mobile menaces. Should schools ban phones?

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Diana Johnson: Grayling’s rail farce isn’t funny, he must quit now

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Jayne Dowle: Cannabis may be a cure but drugs culture is a sickness

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Anne McIntosh: Division at G7 casts shadow over trade and Brexit

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The Bentley seized in Leeds

Police seize £240,000 Bentley Continental in Leeds

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Teasel Close, Bradford, where the incident happened

Bradford police investigating after man in van 'pulled up near school and asked child to get in'

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An X-ray image shows the injuries to the birds.

Geese shot and dumped in river near Wensleydale

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Girl is injured and robbed of phone and money in Hull

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Cyclist pushes over boy, 11, and takes mobile phone

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Leeds man who murdered 12-year-old boy is captured in South America

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Man gives 11-year-old girl his phone number and says 'call me' outside Skipton pub

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Police issue e-fit of man who tried to snatch handbag

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Dr Therese Coffey: Everyone has a part to play to clean up our air

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Disruption continues on rail services across the North.

YP Letters: Northern’s unfair policy on rail fines

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UPDATED: Two car smash causing rush hour delays on major route in and out of Leeds

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Smash causing rush hour delays on major route in and out of Leeds

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Political pressure is growing on Theresa May and Chris Grayling over rail services.

Diana Johnson: Grayling’s rail farce isn’t funny, he must quit now

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Should mobile phones be banned in school to crackdown on naughty behaviour?

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Denise Craven (left) speaks to Prince Charles while Julie Crossman (bottom right) speaks to the Duchess of Cornwall during their royal visit to the Sir Robert Ogden Centre.'Credit: HDFT

Harrogate leads UK with new cancer treatment school

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Culture Secretart Matt Hancock says pupils should be banned from using mobile phones at school.

The Yorkshire Post says: Mobile menaces. Should schools ban phones?

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Poorer children are less prepared for school, say Action for Children. Picture:: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

MP backs campaign to fight to keep ‘vital’ children’s centres

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Family’s labour of love helps change homeless people’s lives

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Denise Craven (left) speaks to Prince Charles while Julie Crossman (bottom right) speaks to the Duchess of Cornwall during their royal visit to the Sir Robert Ogden Centre.'Credit: HDFT

Harrogate leads UK with new cancer treatment school

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Doctors now recognise the health benefits of parkrun events.

The Yorkshire Post says: Pound for pound. Why park cuts should be a non-runner

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Coming back from cancer

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Yorkshire cycle scheme helping young and old

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Plans are being drawn up for a Clean Air Zone in Leeds.

Dr Therese Coffey: Everyone has a part to play to clean up our air

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Martyn Brown at High Woodale Farm in Nidderdale. Credit: Yorkshire Water.

10,000 trees planted in Nidderdale as part of visionary project

Environment

Stunning photos show sunrise at Ilkley Lido's solstice swim

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Dr Helen Lawal. Picture: BBC

The doctor will see you now, and she’s a picture of health

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Yorkshire cycle scheme helping young and old

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Neil Samworth

‘How working as a prison officer gave me PTSD’

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Portland Works in Sheffield. Picture: Andrew Roe

Five years of preserving Sheffield's past and giving makers a place to thrive

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Dr Therese Coffey: Everyone has a part to play to clean up our air

Opinion
The scene in the House of Commons during this week's Brexit vote.

Bill Carmichael: Battle for Brexit became rout of rebels

Opinion
Pudsey MP Stuart Andrew announces the reuslt of Wednesday's vote on Brexit.

The Yorkshire Post says: House out of order. Brexit and Commons reform

Opinion
Doctors now recognise the health benefits of parkrun events.

The Yorkshire Post says: Pound for pound. Why park cuts should be a non-runner

Opinion
Jo Cox

£20m loneliness fund 'exceeded expectations' says minister

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Minister for Loneliness Tracey Crouch, during her visit to Batley in April.

£20m loneliness fund will ‘build on Jo Cox’s legacy’

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Hannah Robertshaw

Therapeutic dance sessions to reduce isolation in care homes

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Rosemary Murphy OBE

Rosemary Murphy, early years innovator

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