Are last minute cancellations ruining Yorkshire’s restaurant trade?

You don’t have to walk far through the centre of Leeds to find somewhere to eat – whether it’s a well-known chain, gourmet burger joint, street food shack, fine-dining restaurant or family run independent.

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Brimham Rocks - Putting the Yorkshire landscape squarely in the frame

There are few landscapes in the North of England as impressive or striking as Brimham Rocks.

PCSO Bryan Tongue demonstrates how pole traps work

How Operation Owl is hunting the killers of North Yorkshire’s birds of prey

North Yorkshire Police hopes to end the widespread killing of birds of prey - and shed the county’s reputation as being the worst part of the country for such crimes. Chris Burn reports.

Leeds University graduate Ousman Sowe who was one of the victims of Yaha Jammeh's bogus AIDS cure.

How I fell victim to the Gambian president who claimed to be able to cure AIDS

Yaha Jammeh stunned the world when he announced he had found the cure for AIDS, Now one victim of the bogus treatment tells Sarah Freeman why the man behind it must be brought to justice.

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One of Yorkshire’s most remarkable coastal homes

Hidden away in a village outside Filey is one of Yorkshire’s most remarkable and contemporary coastal homes. Sharon Dale visits the Leaf House.

Former soldier Danny Webb has fought alcoholism and now helps other veterans combat their problems. Pic: Scott Merrylees

Danny's toughest battle: How former sergeant major fought alcoholism that almost killed him

A former sergeant major who almost lost his life to alcoholism after leaving the military is now helping other former soldiers to face their addiction problems. Chris Burn reports.

A hippo in Liwonde National Park. PA Photo/Sarah Marshall.

Travel review: Safari in Malawi

Responsible for the world’s biggest elephant translocation, Malawi is shaping up to be 2018’s hottest new safari destination, says Sarah Marshall.

A fish course of hand dived scallop, onion puree, pickled cucumber, carrot, butternut squash  and curry butter at The Park restaurant in York .

Restaurant review: The Park, York

Elaine Lemm puts her growing fatigue of tasting menus behind her at The Park in York and is most glad that she did.

the Bell signatures chosen by Lily Cole for the Making Thunder Roar exhibition at the Bronte Parsonage Museum

EXCLUSIVE: Lily Cole speaks for the first time about her new role at the Brontë Parsonage Museum

Speaking exclusively to The Yorkshire Post about her new role at the Brontë Parsonage Museum, Lily Cole tells Yvette Huddleston how she fell in love with Wuthering Heights.

Hannah Peel is one of the country's leading composers of electronic music. submit

How Hannah Peel grew up to be one of Britain’s most exciting composers

She grew up playing in a brass band in Barnsley, but Hannah Peel tells Sarah Freeman how she became plugged into a very different kind of music.

The Fox and Hounds, West Burton.

Pub of the week: The Fox and Hounds, West Burton

A weekend away in a cosy Dales cottage, a log fire and some hearty walks. What more could you want? A decent local pub would be lovely.

Northern Ballet dancers in Kenneth MacMillan's Concerto. Photo Emma Kauldhar. (3)

Why Northern Ballet is taking on the dance classics

He is one of the most influential figures in ballet choreography so why, asks Sarah Freeman, is Kenneth MacMillan such a hard sell?

BBC Look North presenter Harry Gration.

My Yorkshire: Harry Gration on his favourite people and places

Harry Gration is the lead anchor on the nightly news programme, BBC Look North. The Bradford-born 67-year-old was educated at St Peter’s School in York. He now lives in the city with his wife Helen and their twin sons.

Robert Ogden (right) with his brother Ben outside the family-run shop in Harrogate. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Harrogate of Ogden: Behind the scenes of a Yorkshire retail institution

It’s a story that includes chapters on a tiara worn by Napoleon’s Joséphine and the treasures of the Tomb of Tutankhamun. Sarah Freeman looks back on 125 years of a retail institution.

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Redundancy: its not the end of the world!

Column: Redundancy: it’s not the end of the world!

Last year I was made redundant for the third time in four years.
Dr Helen Pankhurst is the great-granddaughter of Emmeline Pankhurst. (Picture: Virginie Naudillon).

Women’s rights and a struggle that is far from over

In her new book Dr Helen Pankhurst, great-granddaughter of the leader of the British suffragette movement, examines the battle for women’s rights. Yvette Huddleston reports.

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Alan South went on many of the early marches with his father. (JPress).

CND at 60 - is a nuclear war really still a threat?

It’s 60 years since CND’s first ever meeting. Chris Bond speaks to two members of the organisation about their own memories and why the peace movement still matters today.

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Veronica Bird, who spent 35 years working in the Prison Service.

From Myra Hindley to Charles Bronson, former prison governor Veronica Bird on her life behind bars

Veronica Bird entered the Prison Service the same day as Myra Hindley. Having just released her memoir she talks to Sarah Freeman.

Allan and Amanda  Goodwill   with a smoked salmon  at their charcuterie at Welburn near Malton.

Yorkshire couple who are really bringing home the bacon

A year ago Amanda and Allan Goodwill launched their Fabulous Fish and Meat Co. Catherine Scott meets them.

31 Jan 2018.... Author of 'The Other Schindlers' Agnes Grunwald-Spier. Picture Scott Merrylees

‘I survived the Holocaust as a baby - now I fight to ensure the terrible truth is never forgotten’

One of the youngest survivors of the Holocaust has now written her third book about it - determined the truth of what happened must not be diminished. Chris Burn reports.

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