Welcome to your new look YEP website for Leeds and beyond

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Your Yorkshire Evening Post has today launched its new look mobile-responsive website for Leeds and beyond.

Our aim has been to bring you the Leeds you know and love but in a format that you can access anywhere and at anytime.

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The paper is at the forefront of the digital news revolution and appreciate that you want a platform that you can trust and explore.

We will continue to bring you cutting-edge journalism, with the latest Leeds news and sports from our leading commentators and analysts, alongside our fantastic range of features; but that’s not all.

Our new website has a clean and modern look that will enable you to get the information you want in an easy-to-use and efficient manner. Our fully responsive website will give you an intuitive user experience on phone, tablet or desktop.

But we didn’t stop there. We’ve organised the stories into content hubs that reflect the differing interests of our readers so they can choose how they experience their news.

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The new content hubs will better reflect the whole of Leeds and beyond and its multitude of communities, ensuring hyper-local content across sport and weather, to lifestyle and entertainment.

#YEPleeds editor, Nicola Furbisher, said: “Your Yorkshire Evening Post is 125 years old, but in this fast-moving and modern world, we can’t afford to stand still. We are evolving to better serve you, the people of Leeds and cement our place within our community. We would love to hear your thoughts so we can keep improving. We hope you enjoy our new website.”

* Post your comments below or join the conversation on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/YEP.newspaper - and on Twitter @LeedsNews using hashtag #WeLoveLeeds

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