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Tourists get a taste of Red Arrows thrill

Tourists can now get a taste of life as a red arrows pilot.

A new ride based on the famous Lincolnshire display team has just opened letting riders experience at least a third of the G-forces that Red One and his team mates face during displays.

The new £2 million white-knuckle attraction is 72 feet high and will take thrill seekers on a 360 degree tour of the skies.

Paul Crone's been along for the ride:

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Police watchdog to visit Harehills for investigation into fatal crash

Investigators from the IPCC will visit Leeds today as part of an investigation into the death of a man in a collision last week.

A 26-year-old died in the collision on Roundhay Road, while a 37-year-old driver of another car was taken to hospital.

Anti-austerity protesters gather in Leeds

People are gathering in Leeds city centre to protest against austerity.

Anti-austerity protestors gather in Leeds

It comes on the day the Queen's delivered the first Conservative Government speech in over two decades.

The protest in Leeds has been organised by Leeds Youth Fight for Jobs and will take place at the same time as similar protests in Bradford, Huddersfield, Grimsby and other cities.

Two more come forward in historic abuse investigation

Two more people have come forward to say they were abused, after a vicar from West Yorkshire was unmasked as a paedophile, 13 years after he died.

Two more people have come forward to say they were abused, after a vicar from West Yorkshire was unmasked as a paedophile, 13 years after he died.

Earlier this month, ITV Calendar revealed that one man had won a six figure payout from the church of England after suffering a horrifying catalogue of sexual abuse at the hands of the reverend Terence King.

The vicar worked at St Mary the Virgin Church at Woodkirk near Morley for 22 years, but killed himself in 2002, the day he was going to be questioned about the abuse.

Dino Nocivelli, a senior solicitor from Bolt Burdon Kemp spoke to ITV Calendar about what happened after our report was broadcast:

Convicted burglar wanted for recall to prison

Police in West Yorkshire are searching for a convicted burglar who has breached the terms of his licence.

Shaun Adams, 39, from Bradford was released on licence in March this year but has breached that licence.

Shaun Adams, 39, from Bradford was released on licence in March this year but has breached that licence.

He is thought to have links in Grimsby and Newcastle.

Police are asking anyone who has information about his whereabouts to contact them.

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Yorkshire women become first to row North Sea

Four women have secured their places in the history books after becoming the first all women team to row across the North Sea.

The quartet have already completed several challenges and the events are all building up to an attempt to row across the Atlantic Ocean.

Janette Benaddi, Helen Butters, Frances Davies and Niki Doeg arrived in Holland today.

Bantams boss wins cup manager award

Bradford City boss Phil Parkinson has been named the LMA FA Cup Manager of the year.

He led his team to memorable victories over Sunderland and Millwall, as well as pulling off one of the biggest ever cup shocks in coming from 2-0 down at Chelsea to win the game 4-2.

He beat Reading boss Steve Clarke, whose team eventually put Bradford City out, and final managers Tim Sherwood and Arsene Wenger to the award.

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