Judith Cummins interview: Bradford children are going to A&E to have their teeth pulled out - it’s a crisis
She’s just taken on a shadow ministerial role at a crucial point in the UK’s Brexit negotiations, but Bradford MP Judith Cummins is just as concerned about the state of young people’s teeth in her home city. Rob Parsons reports.
The Yorkshire Post says: The tree police. Sheffield residents need answers
THERE is near-universal agreement that the dozens of police officers being sent out to oversee tree-felling operations in Sheffield on an almost-daily basis could be of much greater use working on their normal duties.
South Yorkshire Police may sell unused buildings and make officers share accommodation
Unused police stations could be sold off across South Yorkshire, with local officers moved to share accommodation with other public sector colleagues, as the force looks to operate more efficiently and effectively.
Making arts accessible to all: Popular Yorkshire festival returns with exciting new programme
After taking a year's hiatus to reassess the direction of the event, Wakefield's Long Division Festival is returning with an exciting arts programme which aims to put West Yorkshire on the cultural map.