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Incident at Leeds Armley Gyratory reportedly clear but motorists could still face long delays

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Murder accused held in custody over death of a 55-year-old woman at Leeds house

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Death of 19-year-old Leeds man Josh Edwards: Inquest date set

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24 May 2018......   Windrush child Lorenzo Hoyte who came to Beeston in Leeds in the 1960s  was unable to attend his mother or his brothers funerals because he is not classed as a British citizen and canot get a passport to travel abroad. he was also unable to travel to the Moscow Olympics in 1980 or the Los Angeles games in 1984 to see his sister Josyln Hoyte-Smith compete in the women's 4x400m relay.'Mt Hoyte, 61, now of Wrenthoprpe, Wakefield, works as a welder At Hopkins Catering Equipment in Pudsey. 'Lorenzo with his brothers Barbados passport he came into the country with as a child. Picture Tony Johnson.

Leeds Windrush victim could not travel to see star athlete sister’s Olympic glory

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12-year-old boy hit by car outside Leeds school

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Sounds of the underground! Night of nostalgia for former regulars at Leeds’s legendary Phono club

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Teen caused Leeds hospital bomb scare by leaving ‘dodgy’ drugs package in disabled toilet

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Over £2,000 raised for young Leeds rugby player who suffered devastating back injury in a match

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Leeds boy, 14, fell to death through roof while playing tig at derelict building

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YEP Says: Bringing streets to a standstill is not good for Leeds

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Man shot through taxi window by armed police

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Fare dodger spat at rail worker at West Yorkshire station: CCTV image of man police want to trace

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Teenager who planned North Yorkshire school massacre confessed to police a month before his arrest

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Police called to Leeds retail park after man's sudden death

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Do you know this man? Police appeal after four-year-old girl grabbed in Leeds

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'I really wanna shoot up the school': How two boys planned Columbine-inspired attack in North Yorkshire

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Do you recognise voice of armed robber targeting businesses in Leeds?

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Police reveal bomb materials and messages of teenage boys in 'deeply unsettling' Yorkshire school massacre plan

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Armed police make two more arrests in Leeds after drive-by shooting in Burmantofts Street

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Banned Neo-Nazi group member from Castleford is jailed over racist mesages

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Man armed with handgun robs Leeds convenience store

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How well do you know your road signs?

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Triity Leeds - wth a bicycle on its roof to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire - is symbolic of the resurgence of the West Yorkshire city.

Tom Riordan: The rise and rise of Leeds – a champions league city now in need of devolution to meet its goals

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Incident at Leeds Armley Gyratory reportedly clear but motorists could still face long delays

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Motorists face severe delays in Leeds city centre as police deal with incident at Armley Gyratory

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Woman hit by car on main road in Leeds

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A £2m scheme to improve two Leeds city centre roads is finished after 19-months

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12-year-old boy hit by car outside Leeds school

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Further disruption to Leeds rail services as Northern workers walk out on strike

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How well do you know your road signs?

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Triity Leeds - wth a bicycle on its roof to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire - is symbolic of the resurgence of the West Yorkshire city.

Tom Riordan: The rise and rise of Leeds – a champions league city now in need of devolution to meet its goals

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Incident at Leeds Armley Gyratory reportedly clear but motorists could still face long delays

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A £2m scheme to improve two Leeds city centre roads is finished after 19-months

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Further disruption to Leeds rail services as Northern workers walk out on strike

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NEWSUBSTANCE created SPIRIT, a structure that will house 3,000 LED lights, use 10km of coloured string, it is 5 metres above the concourse and overall span is 24m x 14m. NEWSUBSTANCE are a UK studio specialising in dramatic, bespoke performance structures and have created pieces for Take That, Mumford & Sons and even the Beijing Olympics. .'17 November 2016.  Picture Bruce Rollinson

Yorkshire named UK’s leading region for creative industries

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is facing fresh questions this week over his decision-making.

Tom Richmond: New questions for Chris Grayling on Carillion HS2 connection to add to his woes

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Developer to resolve council concerns

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We’re sorry: Grayling and Northern rail boss apologise for train delays chaos across region

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Paula Sherriff: Why ‘failing’ Chris Grayling must resign over chaos on the railways

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The Yorkshire Post says: Incoherence of Chris Grayling. He must quit as railways facing ‘perfect storm’

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Triity Leeds - wth a bicycle on its roof to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire - is symbolic of the resurgence of the West Yorkshire city.

Tom Riordan: The rise and rise of Leeds – a champions league city now in need of devolution to meet its goals

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David Behrens: Who knew trains need drivers? Not Northern’s masters of disaster

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New Lord Mayor of Leeds Coun Graham Latty is handed the chains

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Transport Secretary Chris Grayling is facing fresh questions this week over his decision-making.

Tom Richmond: New questions for Chris Grayling on Carillion HS2 connection to add to his woes

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The Yorkshire Post says: A modest hero. 103-year-old poppy seller’s lifetime of service

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We’re sorry: Grayling and Northern rail boss apologise for train delays chaos across region

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Paula Sherriff: Why ‘failing’ Chris Grayling must resign over chaos on the railways

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The Yorkshire Post says: Incoherence of Chris Grayling. He must quit as railways facing ‘perfect storm’

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Kerry Draycott (wearing a green top) is pictured with her husband Ryan (wearing a red check shirt)'Christopher Barker (wearing white Tshirt) is pictured on the right with his family.

Heroes who saved heart attack Wakefield mum's life on M1 motorway are commended

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Women missed out on cancer screening

NHS breast screening error 'could date back earlier than thought', expert claims

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TIME HONOURED: A century and a half has passed this The Potts Clock was made to mark the opening of the Leeds General Infirmary building on Great George Street.

Time moves on as clock ticks again at Leeds hospital

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Over £2,000 raised for young Leeds rugby player who suffered devastating back injury in a match

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Professor Helen Stokes-Lampard.

GPs need access to database of social activities to help lonely patients, says top doctor

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Epilepsy action awards Leeds Civic Hall 22nd mat 2018'Employer of the year Bartuf Ltd'John Senior, left and andy Hewitt

First Epilepsy Action awards winners revealed in Leeds

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Dr Jonathan Thornley, also known as JT, who works as an emergency department consultant at A&E in Leeds.

A&E Live: All the action from first episode at Leeds General infirmary

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Charity relaunches to boost fundraising for Leeds hospitals

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Dragon boats take to the water in Leeds for Martin House Hospice

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Dilemma over cost of new blood testing

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8 ideal jobs currently up for grabs in Yorkshire if you want to work in healthcare

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Date: 24th May 2018.'Picture James Hardisty.'Bankside Primary School, Chapeltown, Leeds, held a pyjama themed non-uniform day to raise money for the YEP's Half and Half Appeal. Pictured Dawud Hussain, 10, Amnah Yakoob, 9, Aminah Shabir, 9, Samad Yakoob, 8, Husna Khan, 11, and Hava Khan, 10.

Why these Leeds pupils wore their pyjamas to school

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Young people celebrate fire course success

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Revealed: The 13 Leeds schools told to improve by Ofsted this year

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Reece Parker: What role should academia play?

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Alex Sobel MP: Revolution begins at local takeaway

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Triity Leeds - wth a bicycle on its roof to celebrate the Tour de Yorkshire - is symbolic of the resurgence of the West Yorkshire city.

Tom Riordan: The rise and rise of Leeds – a champions league city now in need of devolution to meet its goals

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David Behrens: Who knew trains need drivers? Not Northern’s masters of disaster

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YEP Says: A solid promise of help for Leeds United from the United States

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Little Miss Editor says it’s not silly at all

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YEP says: Speaking out breaks the secrecy of rape

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This week marks national Stalking Awareness Week

YEP says: Stalking crime figures should encorage victims to come forward

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This fox got his head stuck in a watering can. PIC: PA

Fox rescued from watering can

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Whitby Goth Weekend 2018 gallery: The stunning outfits on show at Yorkshire festival

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Nuclear threat: How Yorkshire residents were told to protect themselves in the 1980s

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Nuclear threat: How Yorkshire residents were told to protect themselves in the 1980s

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