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The Yorkshire Post says: Hull setting sail with plans to become Maritime City  After the stunning success of Hull’s year as UK City of Culture in 2017, it was vital that there would be a lasting legacy that meant those...
Mega merger between Asda and Sainsbury's is blocked  ?Asda's £12bn merger with Sainsbury's has been blocked by ?the Competition and Markets Authority on the grounds that it would result in higher prices for consumers.
The Yorkshire Post says: Landmark York Central development offers county-wide benefits  THE landmark York Central development is not just pivotal to the future of the historic city. It is also fundamental to the fortunes of...
The Yorkshire Post says: Conservative complacency over Jeremy Corbyn and £1.3bn bus boost  TORY complacency over Jeremy Corbyn, and his electoral credibility, is further exposed by the Labour leader’s promise to invest £1.3bn a ...
80 pigs die after fire breaks out at North Yorkshire farm  Around 80 pigs have perished after a fire broke out at a farm in North Yorkshire.
Warning as 'record number' of emergency food bank parcels handed out in last year  A record near-1.6 million emergency supplies have been handed out by food banks to those struggling to make ends meet in the past year, with a...
Demand for commercial property falls  Demand for offices, retail space and industrial property in Yorkshire fell during the first quarter of the year as a lack of movement on Brexit continues to deter investors and occupiers...
Matthew Flinders: Notre Dame fire turns up the heat for renewal of crumbling Westminster  MY immediate thought as my eyes first focused on the flickering flames emerging out of the bowels of what was clearly a mighty...
Angela Smith: Our voting system has failed the nation  I AM the first to admit that I was stubbornly resistant to the arguments for proportional representation, but no longer. Recent events have forced me to rethink my stance.
RSPCA reveals concerning number of dumped, stray, sick and neglected exotic pets in Yorkshire  A concerning number of exotic pets suffered in Yorkshire last year, new RSPCA figures show.
Sheffield Forgemasters powers back to profitability  Engineering firm Sheffield Forgemasters International has posted an increase in profitability as it launches a transformation programme to diversify into new sectors.
TRAVEL REVIEW: More to do in Aviemore than ski...  FREE-WHEELING through the pine forest on our bikes, catching glimpses of the shimmering loch alongside and all the while basking in glorious sunshine, it is hard to comprehend...
On 300th anniversary of Robinson Crusoe sailing from Hull, city unveils stunning maritime project  Cast upon a desert island where he spent 28 years, two months and 19 days one of the most famous fictional characters ever...
Yorkshire Air ambulance pilot relives harrowing life-saving rescues  Steve Waudby made his first rescue aged just 12. He has gone onto help save 100s of lives in the RAF and now with Yorkshire Air Amulance. Catherine Scott...
16-year-old 'made fake bomb to show off to friends', Leeds crown court told  A teenager has told a jury that a device found in his bedroom was a fake bomb he had made to show off to his friends.
Joint venture acquires 25 acre site for logistics  Trebor Developments has joined forces with Hillwood to acquire a 25 acre site and speculatively develop a 400,000 sq ft building for the logistics sector.
Ros Snowdon: The best time to invest in stocks  Yorkshire investors pondering whether they should follow the stock market adage to “Sell in May and go away until St Leger Day” should probably ignore it.
Remembering what it means to be a director in a limited company - Rashmi Dube  Duties, power of authority, board minutes and guardians – all words that should come to your mind as a company director. If some of those words...
Meet the matchmaking firm that helps universities forge ties with companies  A Yorkshire company that helps universities to commercialise academic research by collaborating with industry has secured a £950,000 investment.
Chris Grayling unwilling to have honest debate about rail, says Labour after request to delay bad news announcement  Labour have accused Transport Secretary Chris Grayling of being "not willing to have an honest, open and...
York MP calls for inquiry into river safety following four deaths in two weeks in city's rivers  York Central MP Rachael Maskell has called for a new inquiry into river safety in the city following the deaths of four people...
New digital health unit opens at Platform  A new co-working and digital innovation space designed to help transform the delivery of health services is to launch at Platform in Leeds.
Cancelled strike action by security staff cost Parliament £100k  Parliament lost out on £100,000 due to cancelled events and lost tourist trade as a result of a threatened strike by security staff that was called off at the...
Poor tech infrastructure is stressing one in three workers  Technological innovations are often sold on the basis that they will help boost productivity and automate work flows.
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