Wakefield Wildcats came from 16 points behind to Hull FC to claim their first win in 17 games.
Tries from Miller, Owen, Arundel, Ryan saw Wildcats score 26 unanswered points as they got just their third win in the Super League this season.
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As temperatures soared today, it wasn't just people who were enduring the heat.
While many of us bathed in the summer sun, those who look after the residents of Yorkshire Wildlife Park had to come up some more inventive ways to keep the animals cool.
Grace Melody Gardner reports:
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A man from Ilkley is the fifth person to be charged in Britain over an international cocaine bust off Ireland last year.
James Andrew Hill, 30, was arrested by officers from the National Crime Agency (NCA) at his home in Hampshire Close, Ilkley, on Tuesday over the Makayabella sting.
The luxury yacht was intercepted after crossing the Atlantic from Caribbean waters with about a tonne of cocaine on board worth about £160m.
Hill was charged with conspiring to import Class A drugs and was remanded in custody following an appearance at Wakefield Magistrates' Court, the NCA said.
He is due before Leeds Crown Court on July 15.
The Makayabella was intercepted in poor conditions by Irish authorities 200 miles off the south-west coast of Ireland last September.
The plane carrying the bodies of eight victims of the Tunisia beach terror attack has touched down repatriation at Brize Norton in Oxfordshire.
Northern Rail has paid tribute to Christopher Bell from Leeds, after he was confirmed as one of the victims' in last week's Tunisia beach massacre.
Mr Bell and his wife Sharon were among 27 Britons killed in Tunisia.
Adrian Thompson from Northern Rail described Mr Bell as a 'much loved and highly valued colleague'.
We were deeply shocked and saddened to hear that our colleague Christopher Bell and his wife Sharon were among those killed in terrorist attacks in Tunisia.
Christopher was a much loved and highly valued colleague and will be sadly missed. Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this difficult time.
The employer of Sharon Bell, who was killed in the Tunisia beach massacre last week, says the care worker and her husband Christopher will be 'greatly missed'.
Sharon & Chris, you will be greatly missed by all family, friends, colleagues and clients alike. Our thoughts and prayers are with your family at this very sad time
The bodies of two of the six Britons from Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire killed in the Tunisia beach massacre will be repatriated today.
An RAF plane carrying bodies of eight victims, including Carly Lovett from Gainsborough and John Stollery from Newark will land at Brize Norton later.
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