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Brother of tragic Leeds United fan has football banning order lifted

Leeds United

Yorkshire is getting its own international football team

News
Police near the railway arches

Man sexually assaulted near Leeds Station

News

Demolition begins on 'eyesore' Leeds pub

News

Leeds man denies murdering Halifax mum-of-two Jessica King

News

Victoria Gate: One year on from Leeds's shopping revolution

Your leeds

‘Don’t Touch My Hair’ - call to respect personal boundaries ahead of Leeds Black History Month event

News

Leeds police chase crash driver jailed

Crime

YEP survey: What’s life like in your Leeds?

Yorkshire Evening Post
Pictures of the Ferrari were posted by the West Yorkshire Police Roads Policing Unit.

Oops: £180,000 Ferrari towed away after crashing in Leeds

Crime
Undercliffe Street, Bradford. Image: Google

Man shot and injured in second shooting incident in Bradford

Crime
Police in Leeds hunting a knifepoint robber have released this e-fit image of a woman they want to trace

Woman suspected of Leeds knifepoint street robberies

Crime
Unity Grove Harrogate. Image: Google

Two men stabbed in Harrogate - police linking attacks

Crime
Police are appealing for witnesses.

Masked robbers threaten Leeds shop workers with sword

News
Police are appealing for information.

Police appeal after Bradford shooting

News
Honda Rebel motorcycle recovered by police.

Search for owner of stolen Honda motorbike recovered in Knottingley

News

Man sexually assaulted near Leeds Station

News

Homeless former soldier used wheelchair to attack man in Leeds city centre’

Crime

‘Wicked’ thief jailed after targeting vulnerable Leeds pensioner

Crime

‘Handsome and hard-working’ West Yorkshire Police horse dies at age of 19

Crime 2
Christmas train ticket prices are likely to be much cheaper if you book well in advance.

Going away this Christmas? Here is why you should book your train tickets in advance

Transport
The collision occurred near Harewood Bridge.

Car and motorcycle collide near Harewood Bridge

News
Storm Brian will hit the UK this weekend

Storm Brian: Weather Bomb set to cause miserable weekend for Yorkshire

Environment 1

Watch what caused the miles of tailbacks in Yorkshire this morning

Transport

Motorists warned of long delays as concrete block causes havoc on Yorkshire motorway

Transport

Government halts M62 Chain Bar slip road plan

News

Man dies on Harrogate railway line after being hit by train

News

Railway line re-opened in Harrogate after emergency incident on tracks

News
Sarah Sordy of Mars Petcare in Birstall

Meet the team behind Yorkshire’s petfood powerhouse

Business
The boss of Hargreaves Lansdown has issued a warning over Brexit  Photo: PA

Hargreaves Lansdown’s CEO warns of City jobs exodus

Business
Richard Harrison
CEO, Help Link

Leeds-based Help-Link plans to use technology to protect Britons from the winter chill

Business
Christmas train ticket prices are likely to be much cheaper if you book well in advance.

Going away this Christmas? Here is why you should book your train tickets in advance

Transport

Airports criticised for charges for drivers collecting passengers

Business

Opening date set for new Aldi in north Leeds

News
Elijah Lawal, Google's communications manager for the UK and Ireland.

Google joins forces with Which? to launch a new online safety course

Business

Storm Brian: Weather Bomb set to cause miserable weekend for Yorkshire

Environment 1

Victoria Gate: One year on from Leeds's shopping revolution

Your leeds 1

Government halts M62 Chain Bar slip road plan

News

Dig for victory! Work starts on new Leeds College of Building site on city’s South Bank

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Families’ fury over u-turn on residents’ parking plan near Leeds United’s stadium

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Council to buy closed Leeds pub after ‘dereliction’ fears

News 2
The doctor's surgery Wetherspoons wants to transform.

Pub appeal could be contested

News 1
Wind Baffles are installed outside Bridgewater Place, Leeds...18th October 2017 ..Picture by Simon Hulme

Sci-fi style wind ‘baffles’ installed at Leeds’ notorious Bridgewater Place skyscraper

News 1

Green-light for Leeds United training ground and ‘sports village’ plans

Leeds United 6

Labour claim government plans for Brexit in paralysis but May insists 'all scenarios' will be prepared for

Politics

'We need to know what the UK wants to do' - Europe's leaders urge Brexit clarity

Politics

‘Critical’ Government legal decision imminent on Northern Powerhouse transport masterplan

Politics
Speaking out: Andrew Flintoff, pictured playing during the 2005 Ashes series, has spoken about his own struggles with depression. Picture: PA.

#SpeakYourMind: Former cricket star Andrew Flintoff backs YEP’s mental health campaign

News

Porter makes awards final

News
Should children be offered pizza and doughnuts as rewards for doing well at school?

Children offered pizza and doughnuts as incentives in school, study finds

Education 1
Childhood obesity is on the rise.

Childhood obesity levels fall in Leeds but still remain high

Health

Academics to look at project

News
People suffering from the sickness bug Norovirus should not prepare food for two days.

Norovirus sufferers 'should avoid preparing food for two days'

Health 1
Dr Barbara Hibbert, former Harrogate school teacher and cancer blogger. Picture: Yorkshire Cancer Research

Meet the inspirational Harrogate teacher defying her terminal diagnosis

News

No couch potato! Pregnant veggie to run in Abbey Dash

News

The reflexologist who works from her shed

Health

Leeds student, 18, pays tribute to first aider who saved his life

News

Leeds loses increasing numbers of NHS staff post-Brexit...but recruits them back again

Health
The 'Save Our School' banner at Moor Allerton Hall Primary School.
 
Picture Jonathan Gawthorpe.

Parents ‘in shock’ over proposal to tackle school places shortage

Education
BME Women Liberation Coordinator Martha Adebambo

‘Don’t Touch My Hair’ - call to respect personal boundaries ahead of Leeds Black History Month event

News 2
Should children be offered pizza and doughnuts as rewards for doing well at school?

Children offered pizza and doughnuts as incentives in school, study finds

Education 1
The presenters of children's television programme 'Blue Peter' in 1972 (from left) Peter Purves, Lesley Judd, Valerie Singleton and John Noakes with his dog 'Shep'. PA Wire

Rob Atkinson: Don’t knock the golden age of the 70s

Opinion

Kelly Pegg: Keeping the spark alive after years with the same person

Opinion
LOGGING ON: Social media platforms can be a force for good.

Blaise Tapp: We’re officially a society of oversharers

News
Grand Central column

Why asking for ‘PP’ leaves me feeling flushed!

Opinion

YEP Says: Get us to the plane on time

News
A council worker was attacked in the West End.

THE rules are simple: only ring 999 if there is a proper emergency.

YEP Says
YORKSHIRE'S FINEST: (L-R) Rosie Summers, Leeds Young Persons Film Festival; Dave 0, Studio 12; Jez Colborne, Mind the Gap; Summer Knight, Location Runner for Victoria; Shay Moradi, Running the Halls; Maariah Hussain, Ackley Bridge; Moshin Ahmad, True North; Miles Watts, One&Other; Richard Orillo;  Oliver Semple, Monster Island Films; Hugh Mann Adamson, Let There Be Light Productions; Suman Hanif, Documentary Maker; Sarah Broadbent, Orillo.

YEP Says: Why Channel 4 would find a good home in our Leeds

News
Darren Duncan, sentenced over the 'Paranoid Pete' drug line case in Chapeltown and Harehills.

YEP Says: The war on drugs does not end at the thin blue line

News 1
Look to the skies over the weekend and you may see meteors.

Orionid meteor shower: How to see the spectacle over Yorkshire

Offbeat 1
Photo issued by Channel 4 of Rachel Riley on Countdown with the word 'gobshite', after it was suggested by the daytime quiz show's lexicographer Susie Dent.

Is this the rudest word to ever appear on Countdown?

TV
The 2018 series of "Thomas and Friends: Big World! Big Adventures!" Formerly six boys and one girl, the new team will have three girls and four boys. Picture: Mattel, Inc. via AP

Thomas the Tank Engine set for politically-correct overhaul

TV 2
Over-50s daters are adding 664 million annually to the UK economy in their quest for love, a study suggests.

Over-50s daters are boosting economy by £664m as 'silver singles' look for love

Offbeat