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Yorkshire is set to play a key role in this year's Rugby World Cup.
Two games will be staged at Elland Road in Leeds and three of the teams will also be based in the city.
Chris Dawkes has more of the details:
One of the men behind a new cafe in Bradford which recycles waste food says he is horrified at the amount of food that's thrown away each year.
The Saltaire Canteen operates on a "pay as you feel" basis for the food it serves.
It is the second cafe if its kind to open up in our region and is part of a growing trend nationwide.
Chris Kiddey reports:
This morning pupils at a Jewish school in Leeds were remembering those who lost their lives in the Holocaust.
Victoria Whittam was invited to the special assembly at Brodetsky Primary School, where candles were lit in tribute.
The party leaders have spent today doing what is referred to in politics as "punching the bruise" - repeating their key election messages again and again to ensure it reaches the widest possible audience.
It's something you will see more of as we approach the general election, says ITV News Political Correspondent Carl Dinnen:
A disability campaigner has travelled to Brazil ahead of next year's Olympic Games to create a guide to make the games accessible to everyone.
Emily Yates told Duncan and Christine about her trip and her plans to make Rio accessable for everyone:
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Seventy years since the liberation of Auschwitz concentration camp in Nazi-occupied Poland, pupils from a Jewish school in Leeds have been learning about the Holocaust.
A special assembly was held at Brodetsky Primary School to remember the 11 million victims murdered during world war two.
More than half of those killed were Jewish, and candles were lit today in tribute.
Head teacher Jeremy Dunford and pupil Dorneka Ward, 11, told ITV Calendar that events like today's would ensure the Holocaust would not be forgotten by future generations: