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Further snow and ice warnings issued for Yorkshire

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John Cridland ,John Mothersole, Dr Louise Brooke-Smith, Daniel Atzari and CMS Partner Martin McKervey at the Infrastructure Index 2017 launch at CMS in Sheffield. Picture Scott Merrylees.

Only elected mayors have ‘oomph’ to get cash for Transport for the North

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Northern has introduced extra Sunday services as it works to modernise its network.

Northern introduces extra Sunday train services linking Leeds, Harrogate and Knaresborough

Transport

Leeds private hire drivers could stage more city ‘slow drive’ protests in run up to Christmas

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Council urged to end shooting as grouse lease for moor expires

Politics

Goole teenage driver is facing 'almost inevitable' jail sentence after horror crash in which two died

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Jayne Dowle: Northern Powerhouse in need of Cabinet Minister

Opinion

Human trafficker wanted by police is arrested in West Yorkshire

Crime

‘Countdown to disaster as our Government falls apart’

Andrew Vine
MP Louise Haigh

Justine Greening urged to take action on reports of academies off-loading pupils onto neighbouring schools

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Campaigners from Ban Bloodsports on Ilkley Moor take part in a protest ramble on Ilkley Moor, in August 2017.
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

Council urged to end shooting as grouse lease for moor expires

Politics
MP Rachel Reeves.

Leeds MP warns loneliness is ‘structured into society’

Campaigns
PCC Julia Mulligan.

Commissioner warns of £4.3million black hole for North Yorkshire Police

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Both councils could see their numbers reduced to 12

Reduction in Knaresborough and Ripon Council sizes challenged

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Was Enoch Powell the original Brexiteer?

YP Letters: Anti-marketeer Powell could be called the first ‘Brexiteer’

Opinion

YP Letters: Are the dog-walkers profiting at our expense?

Opinion

YP Letters: Stop this farce and save city’s trees

Opinion

The Yorkshire Post says: Loneliness is a social epidemic - MP calls for new welfare system

Opinion

Aisha Iqbal: Lack of proper transport harms Leeds

Opinion
A 44-year-old woman has been left with a number of injuries after being robbed and sprayed in the face with an unknown subtance in a South Yorkshire underpass.

Woman sprayed in face with unknown substance during robbery in South Yorkshire underpass

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Recorder David Preston sentenced 19-year-old Mustafa Hussainto 27-months in prison during a hearing at Sheffield Crown Court yesterday for one count of causing serious injury by dangerous driving during a collision in Firth Park Road, Firth Park on March 24 this year.

Sheffield student fled scene after ploughing into pedestrians over fears he would be mistaken for a terrorist in wake of Westminster attack

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Drink driving crackdown leads to 39 arrests in North Yorkshire in just 10 days

Crime
Do you know this man?

E-fit released after pensioners' safe snatched in Bradford

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Police release CCTV pictures after altercation at York nightclub

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CCTV appeal: Burglars stole electrical devices from nursery in Ovenden

Crime

Leeds police hunt man who assaulted female shop worker at Hawksworth Co-op

Crime

Human trafficker wanted by police is arrested in West Yorkshire

Crime

New trains as contract terms start to kick in

Transport
Northern has introduced extra Sunday services as it works to modernise its network.

Northern introduces extra Sunday train services linking Leeds, Harrogate and Knaresborough

Transport

Leeds travel: Private hire protest causes major bus service delays

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Vehicle fire causes 30 minute delays on A1M near Selby

Transport
Trolleybus is a symbol of transport failure in Leeds.

Aisha Iqbal: Lack of proper transport harms Leeds

Opinion

Andrew Adonis: Whole cities and towns are in grip of a social crisis

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New research school launched to raise standards in the classroom

Education
Head of Latin and Classics at High Storrs school, Gina Johnson

Former pupils pledge money in campaign to save Latin at last Sheffield state school to teach it

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Gina Johnson, head of Classics at High Storrs School, Sheffield.

Quid pro quo: Sheffield state school takes to crowdfunding to keep Latin lessons alive

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Power of open air can help the lonely

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Rachel Reeves speaking at the Policy Exchange on December 11. Picture: Christopher White

Loneliness is Beveridge’s sixth ‘giant evil’ says Yorkshire MP

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An estimated 34,000 older people experience loneliness on a daily basis - recent correspondence has prompted a debate on this issue.

YP Letters: The need to talk is the lifeblood of our lives

Opinion
Katie Hamilton, 26, was studying at Leeds University.

Leeds University student’s death - jury inquest continues

Health
Are there too many managers in the NHS?

YP Letters: Blame the managers for problems in the NHS

Opinion 1
Campaigners from Ban Bloodsports on Ilkley Moor take part in a protest ramble on Ilkley Moor, in August 2017.
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe

Council urged to end shooting as grouse lease for moor expires

Politics
Alex Hornby, chief executive of Transdev Blazefield

Bus company hails Harrogate 'green' plans

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Pinewoods Conservation Group chairperson Neil Hind.  (Picture by Adrian Murray 1402221AM3)

Pinewoods group's plea to council over Irongate Field

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Rodney Beresford's snow plough on the road between Ingleton and Hawes in the Yorkshire Dales National Park after winter weather brought snow to high ground across the north of England. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Friday November 18, 2016. See PA story WEATHER Snow. Photo credit should read: Danny Lawson/PA Wire

The father and son team who keep Yorkshire’s highest roads free from snow

Analysis
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

Family firms urged to get legal advice

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Have festive fun with piggy games this Christmas

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The Little White Bus service can be seen on the rural roads in the Dales. Pictures by Gary Longbottom.

How a volunteer bus service is providing a lifeline in the Dales

Analysis

Juliette Healey: Firms can have confidence in future

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Branches of Toys R Us are under threat of closure

David Behrens: When giving a gift was an investment in a child’s development

Opinion
Was Enoch Powell the original Brexiteer?

YP Letters: Anti-marketeer Powell could be called the first ‘Brexiteer’

Opinion
Should professional dog walkers require permits to use parks in Leeds?

YP Letters: Are the dog-walkers profiting at our expense?

Opinion
Chris Powell and Andrew Wilson at Yorkshire Sculpture Park. Picture Scott Merrylees

Power of open air can help the lonely

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Rachel Reeves speaking at the Policy Exchange on December 11. Picture: Christopher White

Loneliness is Beveridge’s sixth ‘giant evil’ says Yorkshire MP

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MP Rachel Reeves.

Leeds MP warns loneliness is ‘structured into society’

Campaigns
Keith Chegwin has died at 60

Troubled children’s TV ‘chum’ Chegwin dead at 60

Obituaries