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Leeds parents urged to walk children to school on quiet roads to avoid pollution | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Parents are being urged to ditch the car for the school run and walk or cycle with their children along quiet routes to protect them from air pollution.
Sikhs give out drinks in religious tradition | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Sikhs served up hundreds of drinks in Leeds’s Dortmund Square as part of a religious commemoration.
Caroline Verdon: Who has time to be a perfect ‘Pinterest mum’? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
If you go down to the woods today you’re sure of a big surprise... Never has a song lyric been more apt.
Teen remanded over Wakefield city-centre stabbing | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A teenager has been charged with maliciously wounding with intent to cause GBH following a stabbing in Wakefield city centre.
Aasma Day: Textspeak can leave parents off message | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
‘“The only things kids wear out faster than shoes is their parents.”
Subway launches whopping 6-foot Giant Sub sandwich which can feed up to 25 people | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Fancy popping out for a long lunch? Sandwich chain Subway is launching a whopping new six-foot Giant Sub which can feed up to 25 people (or one very hungry one).
Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Wimbledon makes its annual return between 2 and 15 July, with the best of tennis talent all vying for the highly acclaimed champion title.
Ambitious Leeds transport plans unveiled for next decade | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Leeds City Council has set out what it believes are ambitious plans to revamp roads and public transport services in the city over the next decade.
Stunning photos show sunrise at Ilkley Lido's solstice swim | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A record number of swimmers saw the sun rise over Ilkley Lido on the longest day of the year.
Man died after he was  hit by car in Leeds: Inquest opens | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A MAN suffered fatal injuries when he was struck by a car in Leeds, an inquest opening heard.
Should mobile phones be banned in school to crackdown on naughty behaviour? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
The head of Ofsted has thrown her weight behind headteachers who ban mobile phones from their schools in a bid to crackdown on naughty behaviour.
Parks suffer as councils cut £15 million from green space budgets | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
More than £15 million has been cut from spending on parks and other green spaces in the past year, new research reveals.
Rugby fans to get first glimpse of new 10,000 seater stadium | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
NEW images of the proposed Castleford Tigers Community Stadium go on display for the first time this week.
Five reasons to buy Friday’s Yorkshire Evening Post | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Pick up tomorrow’s Yorkshire Evening Post featuring the very best news and sport for Leeds and beyond.
A look back: How did Leeds United get on in their previous five opening day fixtures? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Leeds United have experienced a mixed bag when it comes to opening day fixtures over the last few years.
Leeds man who murdered 12-year-old boy is captured in South America | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A Leeds man wanted by police after murdering a 12-year-old boy has been caught in Colombia.
Leeds drag and cabaret bar set to take show to another level | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
The city’s favourite drag and cabaret bar is taking the show to another level when it re-opens following a £500,000 revamp.
Sheffield heatwave: When it’s set to start and the weekend weather forecast | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A heatwave is shortly expected to hit the UK, bringing extremely warm weather and bright, clear skies.
Mystery of unknown woman found dead and severely decomposed - is she from Leeds? | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Mystery surrounds the identity of a woman whose body was found severely decomposed.
Man, 73, seriously injured in after car hits wall | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A 73-year-old driver has been seriously injured after his car hit a wall in Leeds.
Love Island star Sophie Gradon dies aged 32 as boyfriend pens heartbreaking tribute | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Love Island star Sophie Gradon has died at the age of 32, it has been confirmed.
Man gives 11-year-old girl his phone number and says 'call me' outside Skipton pub | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Police are trying to trace a man who handed a primary school pupil his phone number and told her to call him.
Food banks in Leeds give out more help than before | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
Food banks across Leeds are facing shortages as they give out more support to people in need.
Pictured: Yorkshire snappers soak up the summer solstice sun | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
It’s the summer solstice which means summer is officially here and in good timing - a heatwave is coming!
15-year plan for 50,000 new Leeds homes moving a step closer | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A 15-year plan to build more than 50,000 new homes in Leeds is one step closer after council decision-makers met this week.
Smash causing rush hour delays on major route in and out of Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A collision on a main route into Leeds is causing major travel disruption for morning commuters.
DVD player blaze at Leeds flat: Woman suffered smoke inhalation | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 21, 2018
A WOMAN suffered smoke inhalation after a blaze which is believed to have been caused by a DVD player in a  bedroom at a flat in Leeds.
UK media coverage of Tommy Robinson jailed for contempt | BBC
BBC | June 21, 2018
Why was Tommy Robinson's court case reported around the world, but not so much in the British media?
Bradford man charged with terrorism offences | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
A 29-year-old man from Bradford has been charged with two terrorism offences today.
Yorkshire set to sizzle as 30 degree heatwave moves towards UK | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Temperatures in Yorkshire are set to soar next week as he Met Office announces a heatwave.
This Leeds pub is about to totally transform with a £280,000 revamp | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Work to transform a suburban Leeds pub into “a quality city-centre style contemporary” bar begins this week.
Raising a glass to Baroness Bacon: Beer goes on tap in Parliament to celebrate Yorkshire's first female MP | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Glasses have been raised in parliament in honour of Yorkshire’s first female MP.
Trailer drops for new film shot at Leeds Festival from creators of hit comedy The Inbetweeners | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Everyone who has attended Leeds Festival throughout the years heads home with a story to tell.
Keeping the faith with Yorkshire’s small brewers | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
HE calls himself a beer evangelist. Mike Hampshire, pictured, is a former Chairman of the Leeds branch of the Campaign for Real Ale, a qualified beer sommelier ­– and now the founder of the Leeds Festival of Brewers, which will focus attention on some of the smaller producers on the...
Why there could be a World Cup beer crisis | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
The UK is bracing itself for a beer and fizzy drinks crisis as World Cup fever sweeps the nation.
M621 Leeds 30mph works almost complete as update issued to frustrated drivers | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
It's been a long time coming, but the end is finally in sight for Leeds drivers battling 30mph limits on the M621.
Piece Hall has played a leading role in Halifax's continued regeneration | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
It's not often a Grade II-listed Georgian cloth hall is at the forefront of a town's surge into chic, metropolitan modernity.
Playhouse revamp cost to rise by £2m | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
AN ambitious project to revamp the West Yorkshire Playhouse is to cost almost £2m more than envisaged, according to a new report.
University of Hull and VISR launch mixed reality accelerator | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
THE University of Hull is working on a project that could transform the way people do business by improving communication, efficiency and safety.
Blaise Tapp: Ed Sheeran show was a memory to last a lifetime | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
If done properly, life should be all about experiences - it really isn’t rocket science, unless you decide to become a rocket scientist of course.
Analytical thinking peaks at 6am, according to study of 800 million Tweets | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
A study of 800 million tweets has found that analytical thinking peaks at 6am - with people changing to a more emotional and existential tone in the evening.
Woman attacked during robbery at Castleford social club | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
POLICE are appealing for information after a woman was attacked and injured during a robbery at a social club in Castleford.
Rail passengers ‘standing in loos’ | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Rail Passengers are being forced to cram into toilets on packed services while others face the threat of losing their jobs as delays and cancellations continue in the North, an MP has said.
Everything you need to know ahead of Armed Forces Day in Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Armed Forces Day is all about showing our support for serving troops. service families, veterans and cadets.
'Incredibly popular and loved' Harrogate character, Rudy, dies | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Tributes to 'Rudy', one of Harrogate's most well-known characters, have flooded across social media after the news spread that he has died.
On the run: Man wanted on suspicion of  firearms and threats to kill offences | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
A FRESH police appeal to find a man wanted in connection with firearms and threats to kill offences in Leeds has been featured on  BBC One's Crimewatch Roadshow.
Leeds rush hour bicycle ride for Clean Air Day | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
A rush hour bicycle ride will take place in Leeds to promote greener transport methods.
VIDEO: Woman arrested after multiple police called to incident in Leeds | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
A woman has been arrested after multiple police cars were called to an incident in Leeds tonight.
Five reasons to buy Wednesday’s Yorkshire Evening Post | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
Pick up a copy of tomorrow’s YEP featuring the very best in local news and sport from Leeds and beyond.
This Leeds roundabout has been vandalised in England flag colours for the World Cup | Yorkshire Evening Post
Yorkshire Evening Post | June 20, 2018
An enthusiastic England supporter has found a very unusual way to show their support during the World Cup: well-meaning vandalism.