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CCTV appeal: Hunt for man who carried out unprovoked assault on Leeds to Skipton train

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Shoppers pictured in Briggate, where giant 'planters' have been installed to stop heavy vehicles entering.

Revealed: Bollards in Leeds city centre to stop Nice-style terror attack

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Dr Andrew Platten

Drug-driver admits running down Leeds academic while fleeing police

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Leeds and Wakefield secondary league tables in full: How does YOUR school rate?

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Pensioner arrested after sexual assault on Leeds girl, 11, at bus stop

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Anti-Trump protests to take place on inauguration day in Leeds

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Leeds bomb 'hoax' suspect released on bail

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Revealed: A really wild plan for Leeds stately home

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The bomb scare forced Leeds city centre into lockdown

Man held after bomb scare brings Leeds city centre to standstill

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West Yorkshire Police Chief Constable Dee Collins.

How much has recorded crime risen in West Yorkshire?

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Dr Andrew Platten

Drug-driver admits running down Leeds academic while fleeing police

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Shoppers pictured in Briggate, where giant 'planters' have been installed to stop heavy vehicles entering.

Revealed: Bollards in Leeds city centre to stop Nice-style terror attack

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Vulnerable man has cheek fractured in Leeds street robbery

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Police keep watch of the Leeds fans by the Billy Bremner statue outside Elland Road. Picture by Tony Johnson

More ‘spotters’ at West Yorkshire football grounds to tackle high cost of policing

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Commercial Street, Rothwell. Picture: Google.

Pensioner arrested after sexual assault on Leeds girl, 11, at bus stop

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Susan Ashworth. PIC: SWNS

Tragic Leeds wife was stabbed to death after telling husband she wanted divorce

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Armed police called to Leeds city centre car chase

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Man who slashed off-duty officer in face on Black Friday in Leeds is jailed

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Heartbreaking: Dog starved to death and dumped on Leeds footpath

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Man found dead in Gomersal named and woman charged with murder

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‘Deja vu’ fears over Leeds trolleybus successor

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Doug Paulley outside the Supreme Court in London, after disabled travellers won a partial victory at the court in their battle for priority use of wheelchair spaces on buses. PIC: PA

YEP Says: Common sense is needed when it comes to travel

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Rush hour delays after crash on M621 motorway in Leeds

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Leeds Bradford Airport to run therapy course for frightened passengers

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Latest mobile speed camera locations for Leeds

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Leeds trolleybus inquiry hears of “lessons learned” and how past mistakes can be avoided

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Why Yorkshire folk still prefer to pay and display with cash

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Help wanted for research project to shape transport services in Leeds

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‘Deja vu’ fears over Leeds trolleybus successor

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Judith Blake

Blake’s concern over Powerhouse “shift”

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Anti-Trump protests to take place on inauguration day in Leeds

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Yorkshire’s Brexit resistance: ‘The endgame is to call an end to this nonsense’

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Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu.

Tom Richmond: Devolution – Reward Archbishop’s faith and unite behind region

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Leeds Civic Hall

Leeds’s ‘rainy day’ cash pot is at half the ideal level

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Video: Good deal or no deal, May warns Europe on Brexit

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Mary Creagh blasts Gove over ‘thumbs up’ Trump Tower interview

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Leeds landmark goes from blot to hot after revamp

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PM’s 12 terms for Brexit - and the speech in full

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POLL: Is Theresa May right to leave the single market?

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Why the price of courgettes is rocketing

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ALL TOGETHER NOW: Dianne Green from Farsley, Leeds, who underwent IVF treatment, with her son William and twins Sophie and Charlie.

The Leeds couple living with the emotional highs and desperate lows of IVF

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Bid to tackle obesity ‘epidemic’ in Wakefield district

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Leeds golden girl’s knockout pledge for mental health campaign

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Leeds child unit doctor guilty of failings

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Why cuts to IVF could deny thousands the chance of a family

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Busker on board Leeds buses to shine a light on mental health

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Eating disorders ‘not just confined to earlier decades of life’

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Leeds and Wakefield secondary league tables in full: How does YOUR school rate?

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Dr Andrew Platten

Drug-driver admits running down Leeds academic while fleeing police

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Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

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Films in running for awards

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Shakespeare Primary School.

Plan for more Leeds school places

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The Carriageworks Young Theatre Makers rehearse their performance piece Light the Dark ahead of their involvement in the citys civic commemoration held on Sunday 22 January at Leeds Town Hall from 2pm to mark Holocaust Memorial Day

HOLOCAUST MEMORIAL DAY: Leeds event to shine a light on dark times

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Leeds reseachers unleash paw-fect way to enjoy walkies

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West Yorkshire school boss paid £25,000 a month

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Leeds United star inspires football girls

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BT opens work placement scheme for young Leeds jobseekers

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Superheroes making kids more aggressive

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A copy of the YEP from Friday the 13th in 1946

Six things you may not know about Friday 13th

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Do you suffer from Triskaidekaphobia?

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Kelly Pegg: Would you take off your wedding ring on a night out?

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Piers Morgan, pictured here with co-presenter Susanna Reid, told Wakefield mum Sarah Louise Bryan she was "the worst kind of parent" last week on ITV's Good Morning Britain. Jonathan Ford/ITV/PA Wire

Stephanie Smith: Is it right or fair to target mums for ridicule?

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Archbishop of York Dr John Sentamu.

Tom Richmond: Devolution – Reward Archbishop’s faith and unite behind region

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Jayne Dawson: Hold on to your hats – the Donald Trump show is starting

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Doug Paulley outside the Supreme Court in London, after disabled travellers won a partial victory at the court in their battle for priority use of wheelchair spaces on buses. PIC: PA

YEP Says: Common sense is needed when it comes to travel

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YEP Says: We back calls to take our mental health seriously

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YEP Says: Pothole poser as roads crumble

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YEP Says: We back calls to take our mental health seriously

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Jimmy Carlson, who was awarded an OBE in 2012, died on January 8 as a result of respiratory health complications, homelessness charity Groundswell said. Tributes have been paid to Mr Carlson, described as a "wonderful role model" and an "inspirational leader".

Campaigner for the homeless dies at 69

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#SpeakYourMind: Leeds charities’ call to ignore Blue Monday ‘myth’

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Thank you Leeds: You’ve helped feed hundreds of familiies

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A Royal Mail worker at the Royal Mail's Sorting Office in Turner Road, Glasgow. Royal Mail has revealed a sharp drop in letter mailing in the busy festive season as business worries over Brexit hit marketing post. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday January 19, 2017. The group said the number of addressed letters tumbled 6% in the nine months to December 25  Photo: Andrew Milligan/PA Wire

Brexit fears may have led to drop in ‘junk’ mail

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Nick Glynne of Buy It Direct      Picture Chris Lawton

Buy It Direct’s profits soar

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‘Deja vu’ fears over Leeds trolleybus successor

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