Post Tagged with: “Yorkshire”

Warning that flu virus could be be one of worst this decade

Warning that flu virus could be be one of worst this decade

By Georgi Cox DOCTORS have said that this year’s winter flu virus could be “one of the worst of the decade” after Australia’s recent epidemic.

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Yorkshire’s dreams of playing in football World Cup nearing fruition

Yorkshire’s dreams of playing in football World Cup nearing fruition

By Simon Crowe THE PEOPLE of Yorkshire could soon see their own county playing on the international stage.

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Leeds WinterFest returns for World Vegan Month

Leeds WinterFest invites visitors to sample a wide variety of ethical produce

By Polly Robinson ONE OF the UK’s biggest vegan festivals returns to Leeds this weekend. Leeds WinterFest takes place on November 26 in Leeds Town Hall and will celebrate all aspects of vegan life alongside World Vegan Month.

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Commuters in Keighley confused over choice of Barnsley accent for bus announcements

Commuters in Keighley confused over choice of Barnsley accent for bus announcements

    By Katie Haseldine Commuters on a new ‘talking’ bus service in West Yorkshire are confused over the choice of accent which describes the route.

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Weaponised fish custard and the Brontë legacy: The NaNoWriMo novelling phenomenon taking over Yorkshire

A NaNoToon from 2016 – a typical scene at a ‘write-in’; coffee, laptops, and bizarre, book-related conversations. Copyright of Errol Elumir.

By Tania Jacquier HUNDREDS OF people in Yorkshire are preparing to put their lives on hold for a month as they tackle a marathon 50,000 word novel-writing challenge.

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DJ Format and MC Abdominal to play York next week

DJ Format and MC Abdominal to play York next week

By Katie Haseldine CRITICALLY ACLAIMED DJ Format will play in York next week, alongside MC Abdominal. The Southampton-born hip-hop DJ will be touring for his fifth album, Still Hungry, and stopping off at the Fibbers in York for his only Yorkshire gig this year.

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Unpaid internships branded slave labour as Lords debate a ban

Unpaid internships branded slave labour as Lords debate a ban

  By Jorgie McHale-Ramsell UNPAID INTERNSHIPS have been compared to modern slavery in a debate in the House of Lords this morning. Lord Mitchell told the chamber: “Unpaid interns are slaves – it’s our duty to stop it.”

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OPINION: Devolution dithering means Yorkshire misses out on dosh

OPINION: Devolution dithering means Yorkshire misses out on dosh

By Simon Crowe AS YORKSHIRE councils continue to bicker over what devolution deal suits God’s Own County the best, the result is that Yorkshire is missing out on crucial Government investment.

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Ferguson has selection nightmare ahead of Pompey visit to Doncaster

Ferguson has selection nightmare ahead of Pompey visit to Doncaster

By Alex Gibbings Doncaster Rovers boss Darren Ferguson has an attacking dilemma ahead of the visit of Portsmouth to the Keepmoat Stadium. Saturday’s defeat at Charlton saw captain James Coppinger and striker Alfie May join Andy Williams on the injury list. Coppinger is set to face a late fitness test ahead off kick-off.

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Yorkshire Voice lunchtime 23/05/17

Yorkshire Voice lunchtime 23/05/17
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