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

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The interior of the new Habitat store in Moortown

Can Habitat be the high street’s comeback kid?

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

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Kara Tointon: I was so naïve that I thought that the critics were kind to everyone.

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How poet Simon Armitage is helping celebrate 40 years of the Yorkshire Sculpture Park

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My Yorkshire: Kadeena Cox on her favourite people and places

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Otley, February 1947
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The photo of Otley taken in February 1947 (Let It Snow, Yorkshire Evening Post January 2, 2009) asks where it is? It's on the Wharfe just past the bridge at Otley. I was taken there when I was a child by my father. My auntie lived in one of the cottages seen in the picture. 
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Nathan Clark at Brudenell Social Club.

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New tastes for Leeds Trinity visitors

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6 December 2007.......   Browns restaurant, in the Light, The Headrow, Leeds

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‘Destination’ eateries recipe for success

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Take That star headlines DJ set at Leeds nightclub

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Underground Leeds club night set to return

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Homage to Burn’s night tradition at Leeds restaurant

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Casino chef comes up with winner menus

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Five must-read fashion blogs by Leeds writers

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The sober guide to going out in Leeds

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Icy reception didn’t deter Danny’s disco

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Middleton pic 12 - Sir Thomas Fairfax, a Parliamentarian General in the English Civil War, is an ancestor of Kate Middletons fathers family.

Leeds nostalgia: The battle for Leeds in 1643

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Leeds nostalgia: Police box that saved my father’s life...

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Leeds, 1980s  From the traffic island near the International Pool in Leeds, Frank Howarth holds aloft his sign asking for work ---- in the hope that some passing driver can solve his dilemma.

Leeds nostalgia: This week in January 1981... unemployment hits 3m

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Dick Craven  from near York, who provides motorcycles and vehicles for TV programmes such as Heartbeat in his museum, These scooters are set to be used in  YTV's The Royal.

Leeds nostalgia: New rules on “motorised cycles” introduced in Leeds in January 1981 - they required riders to wear helmets and be over 4ft tall

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Leeds nostalgia: This week in 1981... Richard ‘Lionheart’ Brightmore makes history by becoming youngest to wear pacemaker aged just seven days old

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Leeds nostalgia: Comedian Rowan Atkinson reveals he is taking HGV Class 1 licence in January 1981

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Leeds nostalgia: Pit with five mile underground trek to coal face finally runs out of road in January 1981...

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Video: On this day in 1953: Colourful scenes at Eisenhower inauguration

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Nathan Clark at Brudenell Social Club.

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Leeds recommends: Best place to celebrate New Year

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Leeds recommends: Cosiest pubs after a Boxing Day walk

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Leeds recommends: Christmas party venues

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Date:5th January 2016. Picture James Hardisty.
 Pictured A member of the pubic plays Noughts and Crosses in the sky under a winter sun at the Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton, Wakefield.

Six of the Best: Burns Night events in Leeds and Yorkshire

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Otley, February 1947
Ice Skating

The photo of Otley taken in February 1947 (Let It Snow, Yorkshire Evening Post January 2, 2009) asks where it is? It's on the Wharfe just past the bridge at Otley. I was taken there when I was a child by my father. My auntie lived in one of the cottages seen in the picture. 
Gary Wheelhouse, Kentmere Avenue, Seacroft, Leeds, email: ggazw@aol.com

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Woods at Newmiller Dam

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Six of the Best: Winter Walks

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Alistair and Jonny Brownlee in action.

Six of the Best: The sporting stars who have made Leeds proud in 2016

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Six of the Best: Unusual Christmas Gift ideas in Yorkshire

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Six of the best: New Leeds developments

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Dame Tanni Grey-Thompson celebrates one of her Paralympic gold medal wins. Picture: Gareth Copley/PA Wire.

Inspirational Paralympian to officially open Leeds charity’s new home

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A WELCOME MEAL: The Homeless Leeds Support Group serving up cooked breakfasts in City Square. PIC: Simon Hulme

‘Street kitchens’ set up to provide Leeds homeless with breakfast

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FUNDRAISING: Members of the Penny Appeal doing a charity bag pack at Morrisons.

Wakefield charity shortlisted in the British Muslim Awards

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Tech firms soaring in Leeds says banker

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TEAMING UP: Parallax director James Hall.

Leeds Digital City: Firm teams up with Amazon

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WINNER: Aaron Gibbon took graduate tester of the year.

Leeds Digital City: Graduate claims top honour at awards

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Stephen Blackburn, senior information governance officer at Leeds City Council who  manages the Data Mill North project.  PIC: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Leeds Digital City: Real life problems with online solutions

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