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Stabbing victim found at Dewsbury Station had been attacked in Batley

Stabbing victim found at Dewsbury Station had been attacked in Batley

Police have revealed more details about a suspected stabbing which closed Dewsbury Railway Station on Tuesday. Officers were called to the station shortly before 4pm, following a report of a man with serious injuries. The man was found near the ramp whic

today, 14:42 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Ten very well paid jobs that don't require a degree if your A Level results were disappointing

If your A Level results weren't what you'd hoped for - or you can't stomach three more years of study and £50,000 of debt - there are some very well paid jobs that don't need a degree. Some of the jobs that were once the preserve of graduates are now ope

today, 14:42 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Check out the amazing in-line skating skills of Huddersfield student Klaudia Hartmanis

Student Klaudia Hartmanis had to get her skates on after winning a medal...for skating. The 22-year-old in-line skating star had to skip the medal ceremony at the Slalom World Cup in order to rush home for her graduation at Huddersfield University. Her a

today, 14:28 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Mechanic failed to provide engines after customers paid upfront

Mechanic failed to provide engines after customers paid upfront

A mechanic has been given a community order after he failed to deliver engines and parts advertised for sale online to customers who had paid for them. Leeds Crown Court heard David Bray, who traded as TGS Motor Repairs, advertised the items through his

today, 13:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Need advice about A level results? Government sets up special helpline

Don't panic if you don't get the A Level results you need. The Department for Education and UCAS is running an exam results helpline from 7.30am on results day. More than 40 advisors will be on hand to help thousands of students who receive unexpected re

today, 13:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
IPCC make decision over criminal charges in Adrian McDonald Taser death inquiry

IPCC make decision over criminal charges in Adrian McDonald Taser death inquiry

Three police officers will NOT face criminal charges in connection with the death of a Huddersfield man. Adrian McDonald, 34, of Dalton, died on December 22, 2014 after he was tasered by officers called to a house in Newcastle-under-Lyme following report

today, 12:55 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Almondbury's Tardis-style police box re-materialises after restoration

The ‘Tardis-style’ police box has returned to Almondbury. West Yorkshire Police returned the iconic blue police box back to its home on Northgate on Tuesday. It had been dismantled, removed and repaired in workshops after decaying over the years. The ori

today, 12:00 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man in "critical condition" after falling under train at Huddersfield Station

A man is critically-ill in hospital after falling into the path of a moving train at Huddersfield Station this morning (Wednesday). The station was closed and trains suspended after reports that a man had fallen onto the tracks at platform 8 at around 6.

today, 11:40 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Why women Town fans had to queue for the GENTS at Crystal Palace

Why women Town fans had to queue for the GENTS at Crystal Palace

Town fans were not only impressed with the football at Selhurst Park – they couldn’t help but notice the ground’s highly rated toilets. Why many grounds have bog-standard toilet facilities, Crystal Palace can boast that they have the best in the Premier

today, 10:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hands Off HRI call public meeting over next stage of fight to save hospital

Hands Off HRI call public meeting over next stage of fight to save hospital

A public meeting will be hosted by Hands Off HRI as the fight to stop the demolition of the hospital goes on. Activists are continuing to campaign while they await news from the Department for Health. The unpopular plan to move emergency care to Halifax

today, 10:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Bradley mans denies knowing gun was fired in Huddersfield town centre bar

Bradley mans denies knowing gun was fired in Huddersfield town centre bar

A 36-year-man has told a jury he had no involvement in a shooting which left an innocent clubber injured. The prosecution has alleged that Bradley man Martin Harriott “assisted or encouraged” his friend Wayne Bucknor when he discharged a handgun across a

today, 09:24 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Teenage volunteers have created a sensory garden for people with dementia and delirium

Teenage volunteers have created a sensory garden for people with dementia and delirium

A new sensory garden has opened at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary thanks to a team of teenage volunteers. The garden plan was launched after a member of staff noted that Calderdale was getting one but there was no plan to do one in Huddersfield. Kirsty Jow

today, 09:24 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
West Yorkshire firearms officers to be issued body-worn cameras

West Yorkshire firearms officers to be issued body-worn cameras

FIREARMS officers in West Yorkshire have begun wearing body-worn video cameras. The move comes after it emerged that officers involved in the fatal shooting of Yassar Yaqub on the M62 were not fitted with the devices. Mr Yaqub, from Crosland Moor, was sh

today, 08:32 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Volunteers have rescued nearly 300 stray cats in Huddersfield over eight months

Volunteers have rescued nearly 300 stray cats in Huddersfield over eight months

A small group of volunteers claim to have rescued more than 270 cats in eight months in Huddersfield. That’s an average of one cat every DAY. The four founders of Hudds Feral and Strays met in December last year when they all responded to an appeal to he

today, 07:55 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Three Huddersfield police buildings are being sold off

Three Huddersfield police buildings are being sold off

Little-used police buildings in Huddersfield are set to be sold off. Small stations or “section boxes” at Fartown, Milnsbridge and Moldgreen are to be put up for sale. No police officers are based at the three buildings as they are only used as rest poin

today, 07:29 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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