Iconic Monopoly pieces face the boot - you could have emoji, dinosaur, duck and penguin as replacements

Traditional Monopoly pieces are facing the axe - but you can vote on what you'd like to see in their place.
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Great Yorkshire break: Comfort and joy at the Falcon Manor, Settle

Great Yorkshire break: Comfort and joy at the Falcon Manor, Settle

There’s something wonderfully comforting and uplifting about driving through those rolling hills of North Yorkshire that are “the Dales”.

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The Sherlocks

Yorkshire Radio 1 stars The Sherlocks in tune with top DJ

Yorkshire indie stars The Sherlocks affirmed their Radio 1 status with a show in London with one of its top DJs.
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Diners will eat blindfolded to raise money for Guide Dogs for the Blind

Eating blind at Prashad in aid of the Guide Dogs

An award winning Indian restaurant will be treating diners to a meal with a difference, by blindfolding them.

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Dewsbury borough councillors out and about in town some decades ago.

NOSTALGIA: Remembering a time before privatisation

THERE was a time when Dewsbury ran all its own affair, ranging from gas supplies to how the road transport systems were run, the supply of electricity and water, even the disposal of its sewage.

Venturer's BravoWin and EliteWin 2-in-1 tablet laptops are top of the class

TECH TALK: Venturer BravoWin and EliteWin 2-in-1 tablet laptops are top of the class

Looking for a school or college 2-in-1 tablet laptop at an affordable price? We have the win win solution - the new Venturer BravoWin and EliteWin.
Xqisit iE200 Bluetooth in-earphones

TECH TALK: Xqisit iE200 Bluetooth in-earphones are sound choice

Apple's decision to lose the headphone jack on the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus means that wireless Bluetooth earphones are the coolest new accessory and I'm recommending the Xqisit iE200.
Gary Barlow, Sir Gary Verity & Tim Firth at the 2015 WRA at first direct arena, Leeds.

Best of Yorkshire tourism to be honoured at 'sparkling' ceremony

A GLITZY ceremony recognising the stars of the Yorkshire tourism industry will have a new home this year, it has been announced.
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The true food of Yorkshire - the yorkshire pudding.

YORKSHIRE DAY COUNTDOWN: How our gorgeous grub took over the globe

From Yorkshire puddings to liquorice allsorts, John Smith's beer to Fat Rascals, our county is the birthplace of some of the world's best loved food and drink.

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VIDEO & 360 PHOTOS: Barnsley Pals back from Somme in art unveiled at centenary memorial

Barnsley Pals who died in the Battle Of The Somme 100-years ago are back home and on parade - their faces engraved on panels outside the Town Hall.
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The new home on the farm

Sensational farm home proves well worth the seven-year hitch

Farmers Fran and Simon Ackerley have built a home designed with future generations in mind. Heather Dixon reports.
Warrior Treasures: Saxon gold on display at Royal Armouries

Warrior Treasures exhibition of Saxon gold dazzles at Royal Armouries Museum

A Saxon treasure trove of buried gold, silver and gems - unearthed in one of the greatest finds of its kind - is now on display at the Royal Armouries in Leeds.

Community actors who will play Mary and Joseph, Ruby Barker, 18, and Mark Comer, 57.

For only the second time in 700 years, York Minster hosts the ‘greatest story ever told’

Mighty York Minster is providing a spectacular setting for the “greatest story ever told” for the second time in its 700-year history.

Couns Neil Buckley (left) and Dan Cohen at the Moor Allerton Bike Library. Picture by Simon Hulme.

Free hire boom is boosting Yorkshire residents as Bike Libraries scheme snowballs

Hundreds of bicycles stationed at more than 30 locations across Yorkshire are being offered for hire for free to give everyone access to two wheels.

In Leeds, members of the Christian, Jewish and Muslim communities are staging a symbolic event at St Georges Church in Leeds on Sunday

Faith leaders: Why we must all unite against violence

In a joint article, David Kibble, Qari Asim and Mike Fligg explains how three faiths will come together at a joint event in Leeds on Sunday in the name of peace.


Yorkshire archaeologists shine a light on 8,000 years of human history in the French Alps

Pioneering laser scans are being used to help unlock the secrets of prehistoric paintings - and reveal how the shelter they are painted on has been used over the last 8.000 years.

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