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Over 700 turn up for open day at Whitcliffe Mount school ahead of demolition

As the demolition of Whitcliffe Mount’s original building approaches, Spen Valley Civic Society held a special open day. Members of the society were joined by staff, pupils and former scholars. Civic Society member Richard Grylls is the grandson of Regin

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Yorkshire weather: Met Office issues warning as thunderstorms are expected to hit Tuesday and Wednesday

Thunderstorms and potential flooding have been forecast to hit Yorkshire on Wednesday, prompting weather warnings from the Met Office. Here is our latest weather package from the Met Office, Sky News and the BBC.

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Wanted Romanian child sex offender is arrested in Batley

A MAN convicted of child sex offences in Romania has been arrested by police in  Batley. West Yorkshire Police launched an appeal for information on Friday to trace wanted man Florin Sztoica, who had been living and working in the Dewsbury area. He was t

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Couple hope to scale thousands of feet and raise thousands for hospice

A couple are poised to reach new heights when they scale Mount Kilimanjaro in aid of a Yorkshire hospice. Anne Slater-Brooks, originally from Gomersal, and her husband Jason are taking on the epic task to raise funds for Bluebell Wood Hospice. The charit

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Latest planning applications

Here are the latest applications that have been submitted, approved and refused by Kirklees Council’s planning department. T Lynn: Stables and formation of enlarged manege on land adjacent to 447 Hunsworth Lane, East Bierley. M Rennick: Two storey side e

17 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

BREAKING: Armed robbery at Leeds city centre watch shop

MASKED armed robbers struck at a watch shop in the upmarket Victoria Quarter in Leeds city centre this morning. Police said three men wearing balaclavas who were armed with hammers, axes and a fire extinguisher smashed display cabinets at Watchfinder in

17 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Woman dead after Wakefield collision - suspected drink driver arrested

A WOMAN died after she was involved in collision with a car driven by a suspected drink driver in the Ossett area of Wakefield. Police said the woman pedestrian in her 30s suffered fatal injuries after she was involved in collision with a grey Audi A5 on

17 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

M62 delays after accident closes two lanes

TWO lanes of the M62 near Leeds have been closed this morning following an accident. Highways England said a collision has closed two lanes on the M62 westbound between junction 29 for the M1 at Lofthouse and junction 28 at Tingley. Highways Agency traff

17 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

SPECIAL OFFER: 2-4-1 Flamingo Land tickets for Super Hero Sunday on July 23

Is it a bird? Is it a plane? No, It’s Super Hero Sunday with a super 2-4-1 tickets offer at Flamingo Land to celebrate the fourth anniversary of its Hero rollercoaster ride on July 23. Back in 2013, Flamingo Land launched the thrilling new Hero ride, wit

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Will roadworks affect your journey next week?

If you're planning on travelling up and down the roads of Yorkshire over the coming week, check the list below to see if your journey will be affected. The following summary of planned new and ongoing road improvements over the coming week, from Monday 1

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

West Yorkshire Police set to reverse neighbourhood team cuts after crime rise

West Yorkshire Police has pledged to ‘rebuild’ its neighbourhood policing after the loss of hundreds of officers led to criticism that the force had lost touch with its local communities. Yorkshire’s biggest police force has blamed funding cuts and an in

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Marathon Mirfield man poised for charity 30-mile run this weekend

A Mirfield fundraiser is taking on an unenviable challenge this summer in the hope of raising vital funds for a local hospice. A Mirfield fundraiser is taking on an unenviable challenge this summer in the hope of raising vital funds for a local hospice.

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Wimbledon fans - playing tennis yourself is easier than you think

As a keen tennis fan, I’m all too aware that Wimbledon fortnight represents my best chance to convert casual fans to my favourite sport. I’m always delighted to see how many supporters will scramble to get tickets to SW19 or watch the tournament on TV -

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police in West Yorkshire pledge support for victims of honour-based abuse and force marriage

West Yorkshire Police has begun a new campaign to highlight the issues of forced marriage and honour-based abuse as a conference is held in Leeds. It coincides with the third annual national day of remembrance for victims of “honour” killings, which take

14 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Frontline West Yorkshire Police officers could be allowed to use ‘spit hoods’

Controversial ‘spit hoods’ could be used by police across West Yorkshire as part of plans to reduce the number of ‘disgusting’ attacks on officers. West Yorkshire Police is consulting on plans to allow its frontline officers to use the mesh fabric spit h

13 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
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