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Growing Poppies Together For World War 1
Poppies will be grown in churches and church schools across the country as a joint act of remembrance for the centenary of World War 1 by the Church of England. The Archbishops of Canterbury and…
Poppies in bloom - photo by Laineys Repetoire
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Growing Poppies Together For World War 1
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Lose Your Passport, Lose Your Holiday - Keep It Safe

Poster for Lose your Passport - lose your holiday campaign
Poster for Lose your Passport - lose your holiday campaign
The message "Lose your passport, lose your holiday - Keep it safe", will be advertised on all transport services including train stations, buses, airports, and also info points & social media, by…

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Sun 20th Apr, 2014 | 8:10am

Huddersfield Farm Shop Subject Of Radio 4 Farming Today Special

Charles Hinchliffe
Charles Hinchliffe
The resilience and renewal of Britain's oldest farm shop is chronicled in a special Radio 4's Farming Today feature to be broadcast on Easter Monday.

Hinchliffe's- which was established 85 years…

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Sat 19th Apr, 2014 | 2:17pm

These Boots Were Made For Walking

Service users from St Vincent's test out the new boots in the Yorkshire Dales
Service users from St Vincent's test out the new boots in the Yorkshire Dales
Groups from disadvantaged urban backgrounds can now enjoy exploring the countryside whatever the weather or time of year thanks to a donation from Leeds Building Society Charitable Foundation.

A…

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Sat 19th Apr, 2014 | 8:39am

Romantic Proposal Ends In Intensive Care For Yorkshire Man

Craig Mitchell and his fiancée Claire Hoyle who will marry a year after he almost died in a serious car accident
Craig Mitchell and his fiancée Claire Hoyle who will marry a year after he almost died in a serious car accident
A Yorkshire man who proposed in intensive care is to marry a year after the horror crash which nearly killed him.

When old-fashioned romantic Craig Mitchell decided to pop the question to…

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Thu 17th Apr, 2014 | 9:34pm

The Big Lunch 2014 Countdown

The Big Lunch 2013
The Big Lunch 2013
With less than 50 days to go until the UK's annual get-together for neighbours, The Big Lunch is urging everyone across Yorkshire to get involved in this year's event on Sunday 1 June.

The Big…

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Wed 16th Apr, 2014 | 6:41pm

Madame Tussauds Pays Twice The Tribute To Mo Farah CBE

Mo Farah and family meet his Madame Tussauds wax figures
Mo Farah and family meet his Madame Tussauds wax figures
Just one day after competing in his first London Marathon, two-time Olympic Gold Medalist, Mo Farah CBE, was today delivered another double whammy as he met not one, but TWO of his brand new…

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Tue 15th Apr, 2014 | 7:57pm

Living Woodlands - Inspiring Photos Wanted

Officials at the Great Yorkshire Show looking at past entries
Officials at the Great Yorkshire Show looking at past entries
Photographers young and old are being urged to get out their cameras and capture some inspiring images of their favourite woodland.

The Yorkshire Agricultural Society, organiser of the Great…

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Tue 15th Apr, 2014 | 1:57pm

Public Exhibition For Kirkgate Market Refurbishment Proposals

How the new indoor daily market could look
How the new indoor daily market could look
Plans for the refurbishment of Leeds' leading market go on display for the public next week.

On Tuesday 22 April the public are being invited to comment on the proposed changes to Kirkgate Market.

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Mon 14th Apr, 2014 | 2:52pm

Dramatic Rescue Of Yorkshire Farmer Trapped In Potato Harvester To Feature On National TV Series

Darren Taylor recovering at home with his wife Nicky
Darren Taylor recovering at home with his wife Nicky
The story of a Yorkshire farmer who suffered devastating injuries when he became trapped in a potato harvester is being featured in two BBC series this month.

Darren Taylor is lucky to be alive…

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Sun 13th Apr, 2014 | 8:00pm

Local Homeless People Celebrate Achievements At Sheffield's Crucible

L-R: Tony Higgins (Crisis client) & Ed Tait (Crisis Director of Fundraising)
L-R: Tony Higgins (Crisis client) & Ed Tait (Crisis Director of Fundraising)
Homeless and vulnerably housed people from South Yorkshire, who have attended a new project run by Crisis, the national charity for single homeless people, celebrated their achievements at a…

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Sun 13th Apr, 2014 | 8:00am

Emissions Must Be Cut If We Are To Tackle Hunger - Oxfam

Climate Change Camp Protest - photo by Andrew
Climate Change Camp Protest - photo by Andrew
Countries across the world must play their fair part in cutting emissions if we are to prevent millions more people going hungry due to climate change, international agency Oxfam warns.

The…

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Fri 11th Apr, 2014 | 8:42pm

Marathon Efforts For Ripon Volunteer


Photo shows R&Be Volunteer Steve Silver Training At The Inaugural Fountains Abbey Park Run

A Ripon volunteer has marked a significant milestone, giving over 50 presentations across Yorkshire…

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Fri 11th Apr, 2014 | 3:58pm

Super-Fast Broadband For Rural Yorkshire


Virgin Media Business has extended a partnership deal with network provider LN Communications to bring high-speed connectivity to five million people in Yorkshire.

The new deal allows LN…

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Thu 10th Apr, 2014 | 3:16pm

Food Baskets Help Older People Get Back On Their Feet


The photo shows Emma Strachan, (left) a health improvement specialist with Leeds City Council's public health team, and Jane Morrison, a support worker with the British Red Cross, deliver a home…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 9:05pm

Westminster Congratulates Leeds Sanctuary On 10 Successful Years

10 year anniversary at Hope Pastures
10 year anniversary at Hope Pastures
It's 40 years since the Phyllis Harvey Horse and Donkey Trust was originally established in North Leeds and Saturday 5th April was exactly 10 years since the current trustees took over the running…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 4:43pm

April Increase In Cases Of Diarrhoea Linked To School Holidays And Visits To Petting Farms

Children visiting a farm - photo by liz west
Children visiting a farm - photo by liz west
Cryptosporidium is a parasite that can be found in soil, water, food or on any surface that has been contaminated with human or animal faeces.

Anyone can get cryptosporidiosis but it is most…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 11:18am

Pocket Garden Comes Together

 Chris Myers and Tanya St. Pierre plant the Pocket Garden
Chris Myers and Tanya St. Pierre plant the Pocket Garden
Yorkshire's award-winning garden designer and TV presenter Chris Myers has been offering some last-minute expert advice to a group who hope to create a medal-winning garden that captures the…

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Tue 8th Apr, 2014 | 4:38pm

Record Results For Leeds Charity Offering Free Debt Advice

photo by woodleywonderworks
photo by woodleywonderworks
A Leeds charity that works with disadvantaged families is celebrating a record winter in ridding vulnerable families of debt.

Specialists at the St Vincent Support Centre have successfully been…

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Mon 7th Apr, 2014 | 4:53pm

UK Follows EU's Lead On Protecting Yorkshire's Young Smokers With New Packaging Laws

Linda McAvan
Linda McAvan
Yorkshire Euro MP Linda McAvan has welcomed the government's announcement this week that despite a number of U-turns, they are moving towards implementing plain packaging for cigarettes.

The…

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Sat 5th Apr, 2014 | 3:50pm

New Figures Show People Are Trapped By The Bedroom Tax


New research published today (Saturday) shows that the number of households affected by the bedroom tax has fallen by just 15 per cent during the last year, with nearly six out of seven affected…

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Sat 5th Apr, 2014 | 12:36pm

Sheffield Recognises Somaliland's Independence


On Wednesday 2 April, Sheffield City Council voted to pass a motion recognising Somaliland's right to self-determination, and calling on "the British government to recognise Somaliland as an…

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Fri 4th Apr, 2014 | 9:22am

Daughter Dons Running Vest To Join Cancer Charity's 'Run In The Park'

Lucy (left) and Sarah (right) Butler run for mum
Lucy (left) and Sarah (right) Butler run for mum
A woman from South Anston is once again putting her best foot forward to raise funds for the region's only specialist cancer hospital, where her mum received treatment for breast cancer. Sarah…

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Thu 3rd Apr, 2014 | 3:57pm

Bike Park Launches As Skipton Named Official Le Tour Yorkshire Spectator hub

High Corn Mill Owner, Andrew Mear Launches Le Tour Yorkshire Bike Park
High Corn Mill Owner, Andrew Mear Launches Le Tour Yorkshire Bike Park
Skipton's High Corn Mill is to host the town centre's only bike park for Le Grand Depart.

Owners of the historic mill have announced that they have been given the go-ahead to transform its car…

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Thu 3rd Apr, 2014 | 12:02pm

Group's City Snaps Go On Display At Leeds Town Hall

Group members Bob Ward (front) and Roy Whittaker visit Leeds Town Hall to look at their photos with Catherine Loftus (left) and Debbie Meehan from the Mariners Resource Centre.
Group members Bob Ward (front) and Roy Whittaker visit Leeds Town Hall to look at their photos with Catherine Loftus (left) and Debbie Meehan from the Mariners Resource Centre.
Stunning snaps of the city captured by a local resource centre's photography group have gone on show at Leeds Town Hall. The photos, which depict well-known locations around Leeds, have been put…

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Wed 2nd Apr, 2014 | 4:12pm

Leeds Community Equipment Team Celebrate 20th Anniversary

LCES celebration
LCES celebration
The photo shows L-R, David Kemp, stores manager at Leeds Community Equipment Service celebrates with Sam Prince, executive director of operations at Leeds Community Healthcare NHS Trust and Liz…

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Tue 1st Apr, 2014 | 4:04pm

Derbys and Hants end day one even

Will Smith hits 70 as visitors Hampshire reach 231-5 on a much-interrupted day one against Derbyshire.

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20 Apr 2014 6:36 pm

Ballance ton helps Yorkshire recover

England batsman Gary Ballance hits an unbeaten 117 as Yorkshire close day one against Northamptonshire on 328-7

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20 Apr 2014 6:10 pm

Tranmere Rovers v Sheffield United

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League One game between Tranmere Rovers and Sheffield United.

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20 Apr 2014 5:02 pm

Families complete Hillsborough walk

Hillsborough families and supporters complete a 96-mile walk from the Sheffield ground to Liverpool.

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20 Apr 2014 4:11 pm

Collision appeal after family rescued from a ditch near RAF Fylingdales

North Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses to a two-car collision on the A169 Whitby to Pickering road.

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20 Apr 2014 2:04 pm

Sheffield Wednesday v Charlton Athletic

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Championship game between Sheffield Wednesday and Charlton Athletic.

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20 Apr 2014 12:44 pm

Live - Derbyshire v Hampshire

Live commentary and scorecard as Derbyshire host Hampshire in Division Two of the County Championship (11:00 BST)

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20 Apr 2014 11:30 am

First new diocese since 1929 created

The first new Church of England diocese in 85 years comes into existence following the merger of three dioceses.

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20 Apr 2014 11:23 am

Five pulled from car before fire

A woman from Sheffield is injured as a man, woman and three children are rescued from a car seconds before it burst into flames after a Lake District crash.

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19 Apr 2014 3:54 pm

Woman, 25, dies in lorry crash

A 25-year-old woman dies after being hit by an articulated lorry.

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19 Apr 2014 9:35 am

Doncaster Rovers 0-2 Derby County

Derby County win at Doncaster Rovers to keep alive hopes of automatic promotion to the Premier League.

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18 Apr 2014 8:22 pm

Oxford United 0-1 York City

Michael Coulson's second-half penalty sees York beat promotion rivals Oxford and leapfrog them into the play-off places.

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18 Apr 2014 5:24 pm

Bournemouth 2-4 Sheffield Wednesday

Late goals from Leon Best and Chris Maguire see Sheffield Wednesday dent Bournemouth's play-off hopes.

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18 Apr 2014 4:28 pm

Heroin warning over drugs deaths

It is thought a rogue batch of heroin could be behind the deaths of three people in Sheffield in less than a week.

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18 Apr 2014 3:02 pm

Hillsborough 96-mile walk of thanks

Hillsborough families and supporters walk 96 miles (154km) from Sheffield to Anfield to thank "the wider football community" for their support.

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18 Apr 2014 11:13 am

Easter Message From Baroness Warsi

Sunrise - photo by Kornelia Haslbeck
Sunrise - photo by Kornelia Haslbeck
"As the most important date in the Christian calendar is upon us, I'd like to send my warmest wishes to the millions of people who are celebrating this holy festival.

"Christian values form one of…

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Sun 20th Apr, 2014 | 12:05am

Hike For Your Heart - And Help Yorkshire Charity Fight Heart Disease

Adrian Purtell and  Josh Hull, Three Peaks Ranger for the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
Adrian Purtell and Josh Hull, Three Peaks Ranger for the Yorkshire Dales National Park Authority
Walkers are being urged to Hike for their Hearts in a Yorkshire Three Peaks event organised by national charity, Heart Research UK.

The Yorkshire-based charity is hosting its 18th annual Yorkshire…

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Sat 19th Apr, 2014 | 1:08pm

The Crystal Committee Shine Their Light On Local Breast Cancer Support Group

The Crystal Committee with Samantha Russell of Rigby & Peller and Constance Grindrod of Connie's Cakes Northallerton
The Crystal Committee with Samantha Russell of Rigby & Peller and Constance Grindrod of Connie's Cakes Northallerton
A Harrogate cancer charity has benefited thanks to a ladies shopping and socializing evening organised by a highly-successful fund-raising committee.

The Crystal Committee - who specialise in…

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Fri 18th Apr, 2014 | 9:13am

Alistair Griffin In Tandem With Kimberley Walsh On Yorkshire Grand Départ Anthem

Alistair Griffin and Kimberley Walsh on the video shoot of The Road
Alistair Griffin and Kimberley Walsh on the video shoot of The Road
Alistair Griffin has joined forces with Yorkshire-born singer and presenter Kimberley Walsh on his forthcoming single The Road - the official anthem of Yorkshire's Grand Départ 2014.

Welcome to…

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Thu 17th Apr, 2014 | 1:08pm

Easter Fun With James Potter Yorkshire Free Range Eggs

Check out these faces from Victoria Potter!
Check out these faces from Victoria Potter!
James Potter Yorkshire Free Range Eggs is inviting customers to get crafty and show off their colourful decorated eggs for Easter.

A great way to get your children's creativity flowing during the…

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Wed 16th Apr, 2014 | 8:49am

Carbon, Sulphur & Paint

James Straffon's mural
James Straffon's mural
Carbon, Sulphur and Paint is an exciting new project celebrating the arrival in Harrogate of the Grand Depart. It will be presented by acclaimed fine artist James Straffon in partnership with a…

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Tue 15th Apr, 2014 | 4:00pm

Baker Lottie Shaw 'Pedals' New Wares For The Tour De France

Lottie Shaw and Kevin Haynes
Lottie Shaw and Kevin Haynes
The Yorkshire baker, famous for her award winning Yorkshire Parkin, is supporting the world's greatest cycle race with a new range of mugs and prints featuring images by the Lowry-esque artist,…

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Mon 14th Apr, 2014 | 5:45pm

Lorraine Kelly And James Tanner Call On Everyone To Bake A Cake For A Hero

Lorraine Kelly
Lorraine Kelly
Lorraine Kelly and celebrity chef, James Tanner are calling on everyone who loves making tasty treats to don their aprons, grab a wooden spoon and bake a cake for a hero!

The annual Help for…

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Mon 14th Apr, 2014 | 12:35pm

One-In-50 Million Lobster Gets Stunning New Coat

Harley in between his two moults
Harley in between his two moults
Would the real Harley Quinn please scuttle forwards!

Two-tone lobster Harley was named after the medieval jesters famed for their bi-coloured costumes.

The similarity is enhanced by the fact that…

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Sun 13th Apr, 2014 | 8:15am

Announcing The National Diversity Awards: Leeds, Who Gets Your Vote?

Brian Dowling & Cerrie Burnell in 2013
Brian Dowling & Cerrie Burnell in 2013
Get your black tie and ballgown, it's awards season. But forget the Oscars, we're more interested in the National Diversity Awards

Building on from the phenomenal success of last year's ceremony…

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Sat 12th Apr, 2014 | 10:45am

Act Now For Syrian Children

Young Syrian boy
Young Syrian boy
International donors must deliver on their promises and not forget the millions of children traumatised by the Syrian conflict who continue to need support, International Development Secretary…

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Fri 11th Apr, 2014 | 8:12pm

WI Baton Journeys Around National Park

L-R: Pat Shotton, Freda Shaw, Janice Whiteford, Senior Ranger - Naomi Green
L-R: Pat Shotton, Freda Shaw, Janice Whiteford, Senior Ranger - Naomi Green
A Women's Institute (WI) centenary baton arrived in the North York Moors National Park today (Friday 11 April). The specially designed baton is being carried around the UK to mark the start of the…

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Fri 11th Apr, 2014 | 2:19pm

Andy Harris
Potholes - Is The Government Doing Enough?
By Andy Harris
Motoring and Property Editor

The government has a long way to go to convince drivers that they have the pothole problem under control, as 67% of drivers think they are doing a bad or very bad job of maintaining the nation's…

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Thu 10th Apr, 2014 | 10:19am

Tour De France Riders Up Against Competition

Peregrine Falcon - photo by Phil Smith
Peregrine Falcon - photo by Phil Smith
World-famous Tour de France cyclists riding through the Yorkshire Dales National Park in July will be facing some stiff competition in the speed league tables.

An estimated 400,000 spectators will…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 4:57pm

Tour De France Legacy Set In Stained Glass And Yorkshire Stone

Caryl with her stained glass window
Caryl with her stained glass window
Local stained glass artist, Caryl Hallett, has teamed up with Harrogate Borough Council to celebrate the arrival of the 2014 Tour de France when Stage One finishes in Harrogate town centre on 5…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 4:02pm

North Yorkshire Chippie Is "Flying Tonight" With Bird Of Prey Centre Partnership

Chef manager Shane White, Charlie Heap and Inowashi tuck into a portion of fish and chips from the Helmsley chippie
Chef manager Shane White, Charlie Heap and Inowashi tuck into a portion of fish and chips from the Helmsley chippie
A North Yorkshire chippie is "flying" tonight and every other night after coming to the rescue of a local bird of prey centre.

Scotts of Helmsley answered a cry of help from the nearby…

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Wed 9th Apr, 2014 | 10:49am

'Bedroom Tax' Birthday Card To Be Delivered As Iain Duncan Smith Celebrates 60th Birthday


On the first anniversary of the controversial bedroom tax - a 60th 'birthday card' will be delivered to the architect of the 'tax', work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith.

Wednesday will…

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Tue 8th Apr, 2014 | 3:11pm

Izzy McFarland
Cistercian Abbeys - Historic Treasures In Our Landscape
By Izzy McFarland
Correspondent
Rievaulx Abbey photo by alh1
Rievaulx Abbey photo by alh1
The Cistercians, members of the Cistercian Order, were a Catholic religious order of monks and nuns. Living in the 12th century, the Cistercians were renowned for living their lives with emphasis…

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Sun 6th Apr, 2014 | 1:50pm

Help For Hungry Hedgehogs

photo by Daniel Wehner
photo by Daniel Wehner
Now spring is here and the weather is warming up, most hedgehogs will have woken from their winter hibernation.

However, with fat reserves running low and having lost a third of their body weight,…

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Sat 5th Apr, 2014 | 1:56pm

Le Tour De France Arrive! Leeds And Ilkley Primary Pupils Rendez-Vous For French Day

Ashlands pupils wear the yellow, green, white and polka dot jerseys
Ashlands pupils wear the yellow, green, white and polka dot jerseys
With less than 100 days to go until Le Grand Départ the countdown is well underway and pupils from primary schools en route got together for a day of French language and fun.

Stage One of Le Tour…

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Fri 4th Apr, 2014 | 9:24pm

Go Ahead Given To Cutting Edge Flood Defence Scheme

River Aire through Leeds photo by Tim Green
River Aire through Leeds photo by Tim Green
Senior councillors have agreed final proposals for a cutting edge flood defence scheme which aims to provide Leeds city centre and over 3,000 homes and 500 businesses with protection against a one…

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Thu 3rd Apr, 2014 | 4:52pm

Children's Mayor Helps Launch New Bikeability Training

Leeds Children's Mayor and fellow pupils try out this year's Bikeability courses
Leeds Children's Mayor and fellow pupils try out this year's Bikeability courses
The Leeds Children's Mayor along with fellow pupils at Rufford Park primary has helped launch this season's Bikeabilty courses, to celebrate 'a summer of cycling' in Leeds.

Leeds City Council has…

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Thu 3rd Apr, 2014 | 12:35pm

Unite Calls For A Vote To End The Obscenity Of The 'bedroom tax'


Three major demonstrations on the first anniversary of the imposition of the disgraceful 'bedroom tax' will be staged by Unite, the country's largest union, on Saturday (5 April).

Unite's…

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Wed 2nd Apr, 2014 | 5:33pm

Therapist Lynne Travels To Beat Traffickers In Cambodia

Lynne Barnet in Cambodia
Lynne Barnet in Cambodia
In June, 51 year old Doncaster mum, grandma, ex RAF Registered nurse and midwife Lynne Barnett won't be packing up her troubles (including a bout of Dengue fever) in her old kit bag, she'll be…

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Wed 2nd Apr, 2014 | 2:38pm

UK To Provide Seeds And Fishing Kits To Avoid Starvation In South Sudan

Women displaced by conflict in South Sudan queue to collect food rations in the town of Mingkaman, March 2014. Picture: UNICEF/Kate Holt
Women displaced by conflict in South Sudan queue to collect food rations in the town of Mingkaman, March 2014. Picture: UNICEF/Kate Holt
Britain will provide seeds and fishing kits to families in South Sudan to avert a possible hunger crisis, International Development Secretary Justine Greening announced today.

This vital support…

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Tue 1st Apr, 2014 | 2:26pm

York City v Bury

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League Two game between York City and Bury.

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20 Apr 2014 6:32 pm

Dagenham & Redbridge v Chesterfield

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League Two game between Dagenham & Redbridge and Chesterfield.

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20 Apr 2014 5:42 pm

Rotherham United v Port Vale

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's League One game between Rotherham United and Port Vale.

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20 Apr 2014 4:55 pm

Hundreds of bikers join egg run

Hundreds of bikers, including former World Superbike Champion James Toseland, take part in a Easter Egg Run in support of The Children's Hospital.

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20 Apr 2014 4:02 pm

Derby County v Barnsley

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Championship game between Derby County and Barnsley.

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20 Apr 2014 1:05 pm

Millwall v Doncaster Rovers

Preview followed by live coverage of Monday's Championship game between Millwall and Doncaster Rovers.

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20 Apr 2014 12:33 pm

Live - Yorkshire v Northamptonshire

Live commentary and scorecard as Yorkshire host Northamptonshire in Division One of the County Championship (11:00 BST)

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20 Apr 2014 11:28 am

Barnsley 0-1 Leeds United

Barnsley's survival hopes suffer a blow as they are beaten by Leeds to leave them three points from safety.

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19 Apr 2014 5:45 pm

Park and ride open for business

A 2.8m park-and-ride scheme opens in Whitby in a bid to cut congestion in the seaside town.

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19 Apr 2014 11:41 am

Sheffield United 1-0 Stevenage

Sheffield United keep alive their slim League One play-off hopes with a narrow victory over bottom side Stevenage.

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18 Apr 2014 9:27 pm

Wolves 6-4 Rotherham United

Wolves score two last-gasp goals to beat Rotherham in an incredible game and close in on the League One title.

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18 Apr 2014 6:15 pm

Chesterfield 1-1 Exeter City

Promotion-chasing Chesterfield deny Exeter a precious three points as the Grecians battle to avoid relegation.

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18 Apr 2014 4:58 pm

VIDEO: Camel birth shocks sheep farmer

A Richmond farm gets a spring surprise

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18 Apr 2014 3:43 pm

Barnsley v Leeds United

Preview followed by live coverage of Saturday's Championship game between Barnsley and Leeds United.

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18 Apr 2014 1:14 pm

City's rivers claim third young life

A body found in a river in York is identified as missing 18-year-old soldier Tyler Pearson.

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18 Apr 2014 11:12 am

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