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Alex Fitzpatrick hoping to emulate brother Matt by winning US Amateur

Yorkshire’s Alex Fitzpatrick has made it through to the last 32 of the US Amateur after beating Ian Siebers at Pebble Beach.

The 19-year-old, the younger brother of Ryder Cup player Matt Fitzpatrick and incoming freshman at Wake Forest University, beat the American 2&1 in the ...

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Huddersfield Giants v Hull FC: Prolific McIntosh at heart of Giants’ surge

NO player in the British game is in better try-scoring form than Huddersfield Giants’ Darnell McIntosh but he is blissfully unaware of his prolific rate.

The young winger heads into tonight’s match against Hull FC having crossed in each of the last seven fixtures, amassing 10 tries ...

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Marshalls sees strong demand for terrorist prevention street furniture

Paving and street furniture specialist Marshalls said this is a rapidly growing area for the firm as it reported strong half year results. Talking about the incident outside the Houses of Parliament on Tuesday, Marshalls’ chief executive Martyn Coffey said: “That barrier stopped ...

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Manning the fort in Rotherham United’s midfield

ROTHERHAM UNITED have bolstered their threadbare options in the middle of the park with the loan capture of QPR midfielder Ryan Manning.

The Irishman, 22, joins the Millers on loan for the rest of the 2018-19 season and his arrival is a welcome boost for manager Paul Warne, whose only ...

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A Level Results 2018: Your guide to Yorkshire's results

We will bring you a comprehensive list of the results from across our county... keep following for results as they come in!


A Level Results 2018: A Guide to Yorkshire Results

A Level Results 2018: South Yorkshire Results

A Level Results ...

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Low demand and production delays sees Filtronic turnover tumble

Mobile phone technology firm Filtronic reported a 32 per cent fall in annual turnover following lower than expected demand for its ultra-wide band antennas and delays in the production of new defence contracts.

The Leeds-based firm was also hit by lower demand for legacy filter products ...

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Illness sweeps through Sheffield United camp

SHEFFIELD UNITED are sweating over the fitness of play-maker Mark Duffy ahead of Saturday’s home game with Norwich City - with one or two other Blades players also not training on Thursday due to illness.

Duffy was struggling with a virus in Tuesday night’s Carabao Cup game with ...

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Campbell & Penty in takeover deal with Saxon

Yorkshire-baed grain and seed merchants Campbell & Petty has been acquired by Saxon Agriculture.

Campbell & Penty, based near York, has traded with farmers and consumers in Yorkshire since 1921

The business will continue to trade locally, from a new Tadcaster office, under ...

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Marshalls' strong results defy Beast from the East

​Paving specialist Marshall​s​ has reported strong half year results despite the impact of severe weather conditions​ earlier this year when the Beast from the East snowfall​ hit trading.

The Elland-based firm said revenue rose 12 per cent to £244m in the six ...

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Roast dinner at this Yorkshire pub named as one of the world's best dining experiences by Lonely Planet

Roast beef, Yorkshire puddings and fresh horseradish at a North York Moors gastropub has been named among the world's best meals.

The Star Inn at Harome, near Helmsley, has appeared in travel guide Lonely Planet's Ultimate Eatlist, which recognises the best 500 dining experiences in the ...

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Hitachi Capital (UK) plans to grow in Yorkshire

HITACHI Capital (UK) plans to increase the scale of its Yorkshire operations after securing a ninth consecutive year of profit growth.

The financial services firm, which employs more than 450 people at its Leeds headquarters, reported profit before tax (PBT) of £116.4m in its last ...

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LIVE: Everything you need to know about the train disruption across Yorkshire as tractor damages lines

Damage to the track itself and overhead power lines mean that a number of early trains have been cancelled or heavily delayed, with problems expected to continue through the day. Keep refreshing this page for the latest updates and information.

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Pressure helps focus the minds at Hull KR – Sheens

HULL KR head coach Tim Sheens admits the pressure has been “cranked up” ahead of Saturday’s historic game at Toronto Wolfpack.

Rovers become the first Super League side to play at the promotion-chasing Canadian club in what has quickly become a crucial Qualifiers ...

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Lack of signings not a concern to Hull City defender

HULL CITY have not had it easy this season.

Signings have proved difficult, Oliver Norwood opting to join Sheffield United this week being typical of how things have gone for Nigel Adkins since George Long became the club’s last addition on July 18.

Holding on to a lead has proved ...

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Wakefield Trinity v St Helens: Injuries to blame for England setbacks, says Jones-Bishop

AS he approaches his 30th birthday next week, many people may wonder just how Wakefield Trinity’s Ben Jones-Bishop has failed to ever pull on an England jersey.

One of the most consistent and reliable Super League wingers of the last decade, he heads into tonight’s game against ...

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The Yorkshire Post says: Respect elderly’s crucial role

It is perhaps easy to believe, in our digitally dependent age, that we live in a young person’s world.

However, there is a danger we are becoming increasingly youth-obsessed as a society and in doing so risk belittling or patronising older generations.

So even though we are, ...

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Mike Holmes: More funding needed for GP practices

TODAY alone, more than one million patients will visit their GP surgery.

GP teams are now managing illnesses and treating serious conditions in their surgeries that even a decade ago would have been automatically referred to hospitals.

Yet, at the same time as our workload is ...

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Yorkshire Ancient Egypt expert unwraps 6,000 year old mummy secret

ANCIENT Egyptians were embalming mummies 1,500 years earlier than previously known - around 6,000 years ago, a Yorkshire based expert revealed today.

It follows tests which for the first time prove the culture's famed burial process was used on a mummy dated c.3700-3500 BC.

The ...

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The Yorkshire Post says: Students need mental health support

As teenagers across the nation pick up their A-Level results today, thousands will be looking forward in excitement to the prospect of starting a new chapter in their lives at university in a matter of weeks.

But while for many it will be a memorable and enjoyable time, the sad reality, ...

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Paul Plummer: Post-Brexit plan to smooth way for freight traffic

THE topic that doesn’t take a summer holiday: Brexit. It’s the biggest issue to people in the United Kingdom according to national opinion polls and, with seven months to go until ‘Brexit Day’, the rail industry, with many other sectors, is looking to life after we leave ...

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Yorkshire sign spinner Josh Poysden but offer new red-ball contract to Adil Rashid

YORKSHIRE boss Martyn Moxon has spelled out the situation concerning Adil Rashid’s contract talks after tying up fellow leg-spinner Josh Poysden on a three-year deal.

Moxon has revealed that Yorkshire’s latest offer to Rashid does include the provision for him to play red-ball ...

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