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Meet Nina Hossain, the Yorkshire-born journalist with an endless CV

Meet Nina Hossain, the Yorkshire-born journalist with an endless CV

By Charlotte Lascelles Huddersfield-born Nina Hossain will be amongst various industry speakers at Leeds Trinity University’s Journalism and Media Week. Now in its tenth year, Journalism Week has seen its fair share of interesting people and this year will be no exception. From One Show editor, Sandy Smith, to former Tory politician turned prison chaplain, Jonathon Aitken, speakers will be […]

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Survey shows 53 per cent of women experience sexual harassment in workplace – but many more may be suffering in silence

Survey shows 53 per cent of women experience sexual harassment in workplace – but many more may be suffering in silence

By Tamika McCrory SEXUAL HARRASSMENT victims believe that new figures released about abuse in places of work and study are just the tip of the iceberg.

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LIVE: Reaction to Westminster terrorist attacks

LIVE: Reaction to Westminster terrorist attacks

After what was a dark day for Britain and the capital in particular, unbowed and determined, the people of London have begun to go about their lives after yesterday’s fatal terrorist attack on Westminster. Yorkshire Voice’s @AlexMiller91 will be here throughout the day presenting the latest news and views after the attack. Feel free to get in touch on Twitter via […]

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Dave Allen set for tasty Yorkshire heavyweight derby on Sky Sports Box-Office

Dave Allen set for tasty Yorkshire heavyweight derby on Sky Sports Box-Office

By Joe Hewlett Dave Allen has been confirmed on tonight’s undercard with David Haye and Tony Bellew headlining the show. ‘The White Rhino’ will go head to head against fellow Yorkshireman and heavyweight David Howe. Allen was victorious on the undercard of Gavin McDonnell’s brave but ultimately losing attempt at the hands of Rey Vargas for the vacant WBC world super-bantamweight […]

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An ocean apart – but can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last the distance?

An ocean apart – but can Prince Harry and Meghan Markle last the distance?

CELEBRITY relationships are always going to be difficult. There’s the paparazzi and social media trolls to contend with, not to mention the scrutiny of judgemental relatives – and in this case from one of the most famous and powerful families in the world. 

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Beeston looking to forget ten years after 7/7

Mohammed Sidique Khan (left), and Shehzad Tanweer (centre) were both from Beeston.  Hasib Hussain (right) was from Holbeck.

As the country fell silent to remember the 52 killed in the 7/7 bombing, 10 years on residents in Beeston are trying to erase the area’s bad press.

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Residents feel unsafe in Bradford

Residents feel unsafe in Bradford

By Anders Anglesey Bradford residents do not feel safe in their city according to a survey published by YouGov earlier today. The poll, based on residents perceptions, declared Bradford as Britain’s least safe city and was the only city out of a shortlist of ten major cities where the majority of respondent s feeling unsafe (42%) rather than safe (35%). […]

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Risks posed by e-cigarettes downplayed by health experts

Risks posed by e-cigarettes downplayed by health experts

By Liam Smedley Researchers have said the devices could save thousands of lives and are critical of the World Health Organisation’s claim that e-cigarettes can lead young people to take up smoking later in life. The health experts, from University College London, have suggested that around 6,000 premature deaths could be prevented for every 1 million smokers should they made […]

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