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Christa Ackroyd: The real truth behind my BBC sacking

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The 75-metre Siemens Blade was a huge hit for last year's City of Culture. They may not have been able to squeeze in the new 81.5m blades being built at the Hull factory.

Winds of change: Hull factory to produce world’s largest single-cast blades

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One of the UPVC locks melted by a burglar armed with a blowtorch

Burglars armed with blowtorches targeting uPVC doors to steal luxury cars

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Archie poses outside his castle

Yorkshire dog owner builds replica of Windsor Castle for her beloved pet to sit in

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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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Thieves steal Leeds Rhinos' Stevie Ward's precious 2017 Super League Grand Final victory ring

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National Crime Agency confirms searches at Bradford address linked to global cyber crime investigation

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Thunder and hail possible as more unsettled weather hits Yorkshire - but heatwave is on the way

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PIC: Tony Johnson

Yorkshire Dales aims to draw in global tourists

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

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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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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Theresa May speaks during Prime Minister's Questions where she clashed with Jeremy Corbyn.

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

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Theresa May was told not to "hide" away from the Windrush scandal by Labour's Yvette Cooper.

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

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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
Jamaican immigrants being welcomed by RAF officials from the Colonial Office after the ex-troopship HMT "Empire Windrush" landed them at Tilbury in 1948.

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

Opinion
Oppostion leaders are pledging to support the Government's obesity strategy.

The Yorkshire Post says: Health of nation. Weighing up obesity epidemic

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

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South Yorkshire's police horse team returns to the county two years after cost-cutting move

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Yorkshire Post Says: Survive and thrive. Creating a niche market for Yorkshire Dales

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Leeds urged to cancel 'morally corrupt' Myanmar trip by Labour sports minister

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Christopher Lister carried out the 'sneak-in' burglary at Noodle Doodle on April 4 this year

'Habitual' burglar jailed for breaking in and attacking staff member at Sheffield restaurant

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Four arrested after police helicopter, cars and police dogs chase men into Leeds river

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Henry Street, Wakefield. Image: Google

Drug dealer crashed car into house during fight with customer in Wakefield

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A nuisance biker in Wakefield

DNA weapon in fight against nuisance off-road bikers

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Dangerous driver jailed for seven years after fleeing scene of two serious crashes

Crime

Man arrested in Pudsey over shots fired at house in Bradford

Crime

Thieves steal Leeds Rhinos' Stevie Ward's precious 2017 Super League Grand Final victory ring

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Number of investigations growing into police failings over sex abuse in Rotherham

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

Opinion

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

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

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What can be done to relievec congestion on the Woodhead Pass?

YP Letters: Increasing road capacity will not bring solutions for Parks

Opinion

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

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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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Revealed: Life in pre-NHS wards

Health

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

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Oppostion leaders are pledging to support the Government's obesity strategy.

The Yorkshire Post says: Health of nation. Weighing up obesity epidemic

Opinion

Dad ditches 10,000 a day calorie diet of takeaways and fizzy drinks to lose six stone

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A pioneering Leeds unit which helps new mums dealing with post-natal depression. Pictured Bronwen Ashton, who was a service user and is now a volunteer, helping others going through a difficult time with their babies.

How Leeds nurses and ex-patients are offering a way out of the darkness for mums with postnatal depression

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The 75-metre Siemens Blade was a huge hit for last year's City of Culture. They may not have been able to squeeze in the new 81.5m blades being built at the Hull factory.

Winds of change: Hull factory to produce world’s largest single-cast blades

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A fracking rig in the north west

Report warns countryside could be ‘littered’ with fracking wells

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Birdsong: The cuckoo makes an instantly recognisable sound that matches its name.  (Picture: PA WIRE).

What’s the name of the game when it comes to birds?

Analysis

Christa Ackroyd: The real truth behind my BBC sacking

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Theresa May speaks during Prime Minister's Questions where she clashed with Jeremy Corbyn.

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

Opinion
Transport Secretary Chris Grayling.

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

Opinion
Jamaican immigrants being welcomed by RAF officials from the Colonial Office after the ex-troopship HMT "Empire Windrush" landed them at Tilbury in 1948.

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

Opinion

Lonely millennials more likely to have mental health problems

Health
Picture: PA

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

Campaigns
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

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Len Tingle.

Obituary: Len Tingle, political journalist

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