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Tribute to former Halifax Courier photographer

A former chief photographer at the Halifax Evening Courier has died aged 81. David Antony Green, who was raised in the Warley Road area of Halifax and gave nearly 40 years’ service to this newspaper, died at his home in Corby Glen, Lincolnshire on March

today, 16:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Four people injured in two-car crash in Holmfirth

AN air ambulance was called to the scene after four people were injured in a  two-car crash in Holmfirth this afternoon. Paramedics and fire crews were called to the incidenAN air ambulance was called to the scene after four people were injured in a two-

today, 14:15 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tour de Yorkshire spectacle to showcase the town

Community groups in Brighouse are gearing up for the Tour de Yorkshire as it comes through the town for the first time. Incredible Edible Brighouse has begun preparations to get Brighouse ready to welcome the Tour de Yorkshire next month. The Tour de Yor

today, 09:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Yorkshire weather: Temperatures could rival Tenerife as spring nudges winter out of the way

Temperatures could rival those of Tenerife this weekend as the cold snap gives way to warmer, sunnier weather across Yorkshire this weekend. Here is our weather package with news from the Met office and coverage from Sky News, The BBC and the Press Assoc

yesterday, 14:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Planning applications: Plans for alterations to the Dusty Miller

Here are the latest planning applications to appear before Calderdale Council. VALIDATED Management of trees (Pruning and Removal) (Tree Preservation Order): Land Adjacent To Rose Terrace And Rocks View, Halifax. Two detached dwellings (Reserved Matters

yesterday, 14:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sights and Sounds celebrates all that makes our city great

Everything that makes our city special was gloriously celebrated and showcased at the sixth annual Sights and Sounds of Ripon event on Saturday. With over 30 attractions and hundreds of visitors from across all age groups, Ripon’s community spirit was at

yesterday, 11:45 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Are you doing something funny for money?

If you’re raising money for Red Nose Day we want to hear from you! Maybe you’re holding a cake sale, taking a bath in baked beans or simply wearing a funny red nose. Halifax-based touring theatre company Northern Broadsides marked Comic Relief by wearing

yesterday, 09:18 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

More than £150,000 raised for family of police officer murdered in terror attack

The JustGiving page set up this morning to support the family of the Metropolitan Police officer fatally stabbed in yesterday’s terror attack at Westminster has already raised more than £144,000 with donations continuing to flood in. The page, which was

Thursday, 17:33 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Halifax mother tells ordeal of schoolboy, 10, inside Parliament during terror attack

It was the middle of the afternoon when Halifax mum Victoria Shackley was sent a text message that no parent would ever want to receive. There had been an “incident” at the Houses of Parliament where her 10-year-old son, James, was away on a school trip

Thursday, 17:33 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police charge 29 men over historic child sex abuse in West Yorkshire town

Dozens of men have been charged with the sexual exploitation of teenage girls in a West Yorkshire town after police investigated historic allegations of abuse. The 29 men have been charged with a catalogue of offences including human trafficking, child a

Thursday, 16:33 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Mosque leaders condemn “vile” terror attack

Mosque leaders have condemned yesterday’s “vile” terror attack in London. Qari Asim, MBE, Imam of Leeds Makkah Mosque, said: “We must be clear that those who take innocent lives are not following the teachings of any religion and have no regard for any r

Thursday, 14:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Primark recalls kids’ clothing over choking fears

Clothing giant Primark has recalled a line of children’s clothing over safety fears. The Novelty Cat Legging, which was on sale in UK stores from November 8 2016 up to February 22 2017, was found to present a potential hazard during the company’s due-dil

Thursday, 11:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The most stupid legal high as kids sniff fumes from burning wheelie bins

Kids are literally getting wasted with Britain’s daftest drug craze - sniffing fumes from burning WHEELIE BINS, has been claimed. Youngsters are risking their lives by torching the plastic bins n a bid to get high on the fumes, a waste management company

Thursday, 11:39 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Apple launches their cheapest iPad ever

Apple has launched its most affordable iPad ever, costing £339. The new iPad features a brighter 9.7-inch Retina display and an Apple-designed A9 chip has 64‑bit desktop-class architecture which delivers fast processing and graphics performance for apps

Thursday, 11:22 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Over one million UK homeowners on wrong mortgage deal

Over 1.1 million UK homeowners are sitting on the wrong mortgage deal and wasting over £2,500 every year according to latest research. The research from L&C Mortgages also discovered that 30 per cent or 3.4 million households do not know their...

Thursday, 11:02 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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