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Morrisons launch £5 'Volcanic Vindaloo' ahead of England's first World Cup clash said to be TWO HUNDRED times hotter than tabasco

Yorkshire-based supermarket giant Morrisons is claiming to have developed the 'hottest ever supermarket curry' which is said to include a chilli TWO HUNDRED times hotter than a Jalapeño.

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Batley in voice

Batley in voice

The Batley Variations

Music
Jerk pork and shallot skewers

Jerk pork and shallot skewers

Serves 4

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This photograph and a similar version are said to have been the inspiration for the painting entitled 'Le Baiser' by the Belgian Surrealist Rene Magritte.'''Published in London Bulletin, June 1940.

Throwing a party to mark the opening of exhibitions

Lee Miller & Viviane Sassen

Arts
How many of these Yorkshire eateries have you visited?

Where to sample the best comfort food in Yorkshire

Sometimes we all need a bit of comfort food to perk ourselves up.

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Victoria & Abdul on Sky Cinema.

TV Choice: Streaming and downloading

Get away from the World Cup and online with these great shows... From Saturday June 16.
Arts
England take on Tunisia

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

It's a packed week on the schedules - here's our pick from Saturday June 16.
Arts
Noel Clarke and Ashley Walters in Bulletproof on Sky One.

TV Highlight: Series Finale of blistering Bulletproof

Bulletproof, Sky One & NOW TV, Tuesday, 9pm

Arts
Mind the Gap works in partnership with learning-disabled artists in an effort to give them a voice and create more opportunities in the arts

Leading Yorkshire theatre company championing learning disability arts 30 years on

Europe's leading learning disability theatre company is gearing up for a stellar year of performances and new productions in celebration of its 30th year.

Theatre and Comedy

Father’s Day 2018: What inspired this annual tradition and where it is celebrated?

Father’s day is soon upon us and with this will come the last-minute induced panic from those who have forgotten to pick up a card or present to mark this occasion. But where did the annual tradition of father’s day come from and why do we celebrate it?

Arts

Leeds Armed Forces Day: New location announced for the return of popular city centre event

Saturday June 23 will see the annual return of one of Leeds’s most popular civic events, Leeds Armed Forces Day, which will be held in a brand new city centre location this year.

News
June 29 - July 8 will see the city of Bradford come alive with literature, as the popular Bradford Literature Festival returns

Bradford Literature Festival: Everything you need to know about this year’s literary extravaganza

June 29 - July 8 will see the city of Bradford come alive with literature, as the popular Bradford Literature Festival returns.
News
Leonora Cohen and Mary Gawthorpe were both advocates of the suffrage movement and their lifelong effort for rights and opportunities for women are still remembered toda

The Leeds suffragettes who valiantly fought for women’s right to vote

This year marks 100 years since some women over the age of 30 were granted the right to vote. For suffragettes, suffragists and other women’s rights campaigners, this was a huge leap forward in the bid for equal rights and opportunities for women.

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Humans on Channel 4.

TV Choice: Five of the best shows this week

There is other stuff apart on telly apart from football and here's five picks from Saturday June 9.
Arts
ITV's Team: Mark Pougatch is joined in the Moscow studio by Gary Neville, Lee Dixon, Ian Wright and Slaven Bilic, with pitch-side inserts from Jacqui Oatley, Ryan Giggs and Eni Aluko and commentary from Clive Tyldesley.

TV Highlight: The World Cup

Fifa World Cup Russia 2018 Coverage on BBC & ITV from Wednesday June 13.
Arts
Ryan Gosling stars in Blade Runner 2049

TV Choice: Streaming and downloading

It's not scary, it's the future of television! Get involved... From Saturday June 9.
Arts

Heinz Salad Cream could be about to become Sandwich Cream

Food giant Heinz is considering changing the name of its Salad Cream for the first time in 104 years to Sandwich Cream because few customers actually use it on salads.
News

300th anniversary of Thomas Chippendale: The life and work of the Otley-born designer

Today marks the anniversary of Thomas Chippendale’s 300th birthday, and with this the nation reflects and celebrates one of it’s most famed furniture designers.

Arts
Light Night Leeds is set to shed new light on the stories of stalwart Suffragettes Leonora Cohen and Mary Gawthorpe (Photo: Leeds City Council)

Light Night Leeds: Suffragettes to light the way at city centre cultural spectacular

A century after the rise of the suffragettes, one of Leeds’s biggest cultural celebrations is looking to shed new light on the stories of stalwart Suffragettes Leonora Cohen and Mary Gawthorpe.
News

Urgent recall issued by Tesco, Aldi and Nisa after METAL found in sausage rolls

Pastry products sold at major supermarkets are being urgently recalled following the discovery of metal in some items.
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