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Rhinos beat St Helens to move clear at top of Super League

Leeds Rhinos put in a convincing performance to beat league holders St Helens at Headingley.

Winger Ash Handley scored his second hat-trick of the season as Leeds completed the double with a ruthless 46-18 victory to go three points clear of them with just three games left before the start of the Super 8s.

Country falls silent to remember victims of Tunisia massacre

One week on from the terror attack in Tunisia, the nation today remembered those who lost their lives in the atrocity. Thirty British tourists were among the 38 holidaymakers who were gunned down on a beach in the resort of Sousse.

At 12 noon towns and cities fell silent, as thousands of people paid their respects. Six of the victims were from our region and today their relatives, their friends and their colleagues joined the silent tribute.

It came on the day the bodies of two more victims from or region were flown back to Britain.

Chris Kiddey reports:

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Reports of fire at Leeds Station

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Delight for new Bishop of Hull

The Church of England's second female Bishop - the Bishop of Hull - was consecrated this morning, at a service at York Minster.

A lone protestor disrupted the service for the Right Reverend Alison White - shouting that women Bishops went against the teachings of the bible.

He was quickly dismissed by Archbishop John Sentamu and removed from the Minster.

Michael Billington reports:

Melvin Benn: Metallica the 'ultimate rock band'

The man behind Leeds Festival says he has booked the "ultimate rock band" with this year's headliners Metallica.

The metal giants close the weekend following headline performances from The Libertines on Friday and Mumford and Sons on Saturday.

Melvin Benn said Metallica were consistent performers still at the top of their game:

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