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England v Lithuania: Chilling Iceland experience ensures visitors will be fully respected

Eric Dier has warned England cannot afford to take Lithuania lightly tomorrow – and is sure the Three Lions have learned from the chastening Euro 2016 defeat to Iceland.

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How former Leeds sewage works turned into a top retail spot for shoppers of the North

The White Rose Shopping Centre celebrates the 20th anniversary of its opening this weekend.

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Carl Ablett slides through for the Rhinos' third try.

Huddersfield Giants 12 Leeds Rhinos 28: Rhinos slay Giants as revival continues

LEEDS RHINOS continued their good run with a precious 28-12 win at their bogey club Huddersfield Giants last night.

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Firefighters freed three women trapped in a car after a crash

Three women rushed to hospital after crash in Leeds

Three women had to be cut free from the wreckage of their car by firefighters this evening after a crash.
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One of the suspects police are trying to identify

Images released of suspects after series of armed robberies in Leeds

Police have released images of men they want to trace after three armed robberies in Leeds in just four days.

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Chapel Allerton turn on the style to lift first White Rose league title

CHAPEL ALLERTON clinched their first Yorkshire League title for nine years this week in stunning style.

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Claire Duck

Duck gets reward with British captaincy

Leeds City runner Claire Duck leads the British team at the World Cross Country Championships in Kampala, Uganda, tomorrow.

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Lewis Hamilton celebrates victory at the 2016 British Grand Prix (Photo: PA)

Formula One: Guide to the 2017 season and Australian Grand Prix

The new Formula One calendar is upon us with more thrills and spills anticipated over the coming 20 races in 2017.

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BACKLASH: Campaigners from the Save Parlington action group gathered at the estate's triumphal arch to oppose the plans. Picture: Tony Johnson.

Campaigners 'devastated' at plans for nearly 2,000 homes on historic Leeds estate under new blueprint

Campaigners are fighting a homes masterplan that they say will destroy a "historic" Leeds estate.
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Gig review: Warpaint at Leeds Beckett University

A hiatus can often be the make-or-break of a band reaching a commercial nadir. For some, the extended absence can be a springboard to greater success; for others, it is a death knell that can kill momentum stone dead.

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Emeli Sande at O2 Academy Leeds. Picture: Anthony Longstaff

Gig review: Emeli Sande at O2 Academy Leeds

EMELI SANDE fans have had to bide their time for her much-anticipated second album but, as she proved at Leeds’ O2 Academy, it has certainly been worth the wait.

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Coroners seek relatives of woman who had links to West Yorkshire and America

Coroners seek relatives of woman who had links to West Yorkshire and America

An appeal has been issued by coroners in West Yorkshire as they try to find the family of 92-year-old woman.

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LETTER: Computers get in the way

LETTER: Computers get in the way

I READ with deep concern Dr Dacre’s statement at the College of GPs meeting in Manchester that GPs are concerned about the safety of their patients.

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Walking: It’s time to hit North Yorkshire’s famed daffodil trail

What a stunning circuit through the North York Moors! Just the job as the new walking season gets under way with the arrival of spring.

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Former Leeds children's home deputy principal jailed for 'scandalous' sex abuse of boys in his care

A former deputy principal of a Leeds children's home has been jailed for 16 years for the sexual and violent abuse of boys in his care.

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WATCH: Yorkshire police band's moving tribute to PC Keith Palmer

WATCH: Yorkshire police band's moving tribute to PC Keith Palmer

A police brass band performed a moving rendition of Abide With Me which they dedicated to murdered officer Keith Palmer.

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Some 260 victims of modern slavery and human trafficking have been linked to Leeds in the last two years.

260 human trafficking victims linked to Leeds in two years

Around 260 victims of human trafficking linked to Leeds have been uncovered by police since 2015, a senior officer has revealed.

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Days Out: Sci-Fi Scarborough 2017

Days Out: Sci-Fi Scarborough 2017

If you like sun, sea and sci-fi then a visit to Scarborough Spa next month will be out of this world.

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APPEAL: Police share photo of London terrorist in attempt to piece together killer's past

Two further "significant" arrests have been made in connection with the Westminster attack as detectives mount a huge investigation to establish what triggered terrorist Khalid Masood's murderous rampage.
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Lenny Henry at Bow Bunker Studio for RND 17.

Red Nose Day: £50k cash pot launches for YOUR Leeds community projects

A £50,000 pot of cash to support worthy projects in Leeds is being launched today, as people across the city prepare to raise vital funds for charity on Red Nose Day.

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