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A&E being abused by people with minor illnesses

A&E being abused by people with minor illnesses

Health chiefs say people should only use hospital casualty departments in real emergencies ... and have stipulated what they mean by that. They say too many people with minor ailments are turning up at A&E instead of going to the chemists. Dr...

Examiner, yesterday, 20:04
 
New path at reservoir popular among Huddersfield folk

New path at reservoir popular among Huddersfield folk

A new path at a reservoir on the moors between Holmfirth and Oldham has proved a hit with visitors and wildlife alike. Dove Stone reservoir is a favourite for families and walkers from Huddersfield as it is a 15 minute or so drive from Holmfirth and Melt

Examiner, yesterday, 20:04
 
Gun crime in Huddersfield: Police investigation goes on despite several arrests

Gun crime in Huddersfield: Police investigation goes on despite several arrests

Police are continuing to investigate a spate of shootings in the Huddersfield area with the number of arrests now reaching 10. Trouble flared last month when firearms discharges were heard in Dalton Fold Road, Rawthorpe, on Saturday, July 22. Since then

Examiner, yesterday, 19:24
 
Figures reveal how much house prices set to rise in Huddersfield over the next 3 years

Figures reveal how much house prices set to rise in Huddersfield over the next 3 years

House price growth across 2017 is set to slow to less than a third of the rate of increase seen last year, according to a forecast. Property values are expected to increase by 1.5% across 2017, compared with a 5% upswing in 2016, according to a report fr

Examiner, yesterday, 19:09
 

Another great year at Brighouse Summer Festival

Food fans flocked to Brighouse for summer festival fun. Thousands descended on the town to get a taste of the street markets featuring dozens of Yorkshire’s finest artisan producers. Revellers enjoyed sunshine and endured showers with the canal area also

Examiner, yesterday, 18:44
 
Find out why these 22 runners from Huddersfield are doing the Great North Run

Find out why these 22 runners from Huddersfield are doing the Great North Run

A team of runners are taking on the Great North Run in honour of a Huddersfield great grandma. Margaret Boothroyd from Dalton died last December aged 81 after a 25 year battle with Parkinson’s Disease and the 22 runners will be raising money for Parkinso

Examiner, yesterday, 17:57
 
Talking parrot taken in burglary may be making life noisy for thieves

Talking parrot taken in burglary may be making life noisy for thieves

A talking parrot stolen in a burglary could be anywhere in West Yorkshire. Now police have put out an urgent plea to get 10-year-old African Grey parrot Barney back to his owners – and have revealed he’s likely to be making a lot of noise! He was taken i

Examiner, yesterday, 17:22
 
New rules to to tackle hate crime on social media

New rules to to tackle hate crime on social media

Hate crime perpetrated on social media must be taken as seriously as “offline” offences, new guidelines for prosecutors say. Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) policy statements have been updated to take account of the mounting number of cases sparked by ab

Examiner, yesterday, 17:15
 
Police amazed after driver survives this crash

Police amazed after driver survives this crash

The driver of this car miraculously survived a nasty smash on the M1 near Kirklees. West Yorkshire Police posted the picture of the completely destroyed Lexus 200 car following a collision near J39 (Durkar) on Saturday. It is thought the car left the roa

Examiner, yesterday, 16:21
 

Woman's shock after finding man lying 'lifeless' in Anlaby Road after fight outside pub

A woman has described the “horrible” moment she saw a man lying “lifeless” following an altercation in Anlaby Road. Rosie Holiday and her boyfriend were leaving the Silver Cod in Anlaby Road at about 11.45pm on Saturday night when they saw a man lying on

Hull Daily Mail, yesterday, 16:14
 

Summer sports at Stockeld Park

0 Have your say There’ll be running, jumping and fun galore next week at Stockeld Park in Wetherby as the park hosts its sports week. The park’s entertainment team and 5 Star sports will be organising games, events, races and various activities to keep t

Wetherby News, yesterday, 16:05
 
More babies dying suddenly in Yorkshire than anywhere else in England

More babies dying suddenly in Yorkshire than anywhere else in England

Babies are more likely to die suddenly in Yorkshire than anywhere else in England, new figures suggest. The county has the highest rates of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) , formerly known as “cot death”, in the country. Data released recently for 20

Examiner, yesterday, 16:04
 
Deaf children expected to get worse GCSEs

Deaf children expected to get worse GCSEs

Deaf children in Yorkshire are likely to get worse GCSEs than their hearing peers when results come in on Thursday, a charity has said. With thousands of teenagers getting their results this week, the National Deaf Children’s Society has complained that

Examiner, yesterday, 15:00
 

This company is offering £28k a year for someone to test sex toys

An online adult toy store is offering someone the chance to earn almost £30,000 a year testing sex toys. The saucy ad on LoveWoo is a long way from the standard 9-to-5 but could prove the perfect job for someone who wants to work from home. The main resp

Hull Daily Mail, yesterday, 15:00
 

Bales of hay fall from truck close to Beverley Races roundabout

Several bales of hay have disintegrated on a road in Beverley. The bales, which appear to be getting moved from one side of the road to the other have fallen apart on the A1079 near Beverley Racecourse roundabout. There appears to be debris spread across

Hull Daily Mail, yesterday, 14:21
 


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