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Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament

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Pictured: Yorkshire snappers soak up the summer solstice sun

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Yorkshire heatwave: When it’s set to start and the weekend weather forecast

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Yorkshire heatwave: When it’s set to start and the weekend weather forecast

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Why roads will not be closed in Leeds tomorrow for national Clean Air Day 2018

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On the run: Man wanted on suspicion of firearms and threats to kill offences

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Great Exhibition of the North: Everything you need to know about this summer’s cultural extravaganza

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Blood-sucking flies to toxic caterpillars: the insects set to swarm England this summer

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Countdown to the launch of the Great Exhibition of the North begins

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Wimbledon makes its annual return on July 2-15, with the crme de la crme of tennis stars vying for the highly acclaimed champion title

Wimbledon 2018: Everything you need to know about this year’s tennis tournament

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Evening League cricket reports

Brickman and Fitzgerald sparkle as Ebberston and Filey tie

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BECKETT LEAGUE: Luntley smashes ton but rain thwarts Cloughton

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Sports director handed 50 day ban after almost colliding with Tour de Yorkshire marshal

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10 of the best cycling routes, trails and destinations in Yorkshire

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From kitesurfing to bungee jumping: 9 extreme activities you can do in Yorkshire

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Are you a fan of cricket? You can now apply to volunteer at the ICC Cricket World Cup 2019

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Tour de Yorkshire: Everything you need to know ahead of stage four

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Dr John Cooper Clarke

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This early picture shows the North Cliff area of the North Bay before the development of Clarence Gardens. The building in the centre was a wooden assembly hall. It was claimed that the hall could hold 3,000 people, and was described as a 'covered musical promenade' where concerts, plays, balls and circuses were held. The area was known as the Rock Gardens and the entrance opposite Rutland Terrace was by way of a domed Moorish temple just visible, middle centre, above the walkway. The building sat below Blenheim Terrace. Queen's Parade can be seen in the distance.'Photo reproduced courtesy of the Max Payne collection. 'Reprints can be ordered with proceeds going to local charities. Telephone 0330 1230203 and quote reference number

Nostalgia: NThe North Cliff area of the North Bay before the development of Clarence Gardens.

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Dr John Cooper Clarke

Don’t Miss Out: John Cooper Clarke

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