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TRAVEL REVIEW: Fun for everyone at Butlins Skegness

The school holidays are ideal for making family memories - and you can’t go wrong with an action-packed short break at Butlins in Skegness. I spent four days there over the Easter holidays with my husband and our five-year-old daughter Lucy. It’s hard...

today, 16:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

Vets left in shock as FOUR teddy bears are discovered in St Bernard’s stomach

A family’s St Bernard pet left vets in a state of shock after they discovered an astonishing four teddy bears in her stomach. There were fears eight-year- old Maisy had cancer when a CT scan showed a mass on her spleen, along with an unusually full...

today, 16:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

Experts warn of ‘toxic plume’ ahead of hottest April day for nearly 70 years

A ‘toxic plume’ has made its may to Britain from the continent and officials are warning people to stay indoors, putting a dampener on the sizzling temperatures. The warning comes on what could be the hottest April day recorded in Britain in nearly 70...

today, 11:42 in Yorkshire & Humber

Leeds Industrial Museum exhibits new material masterpieces inspired by the city’s industrial heritage

Leeds Industrial Museum have just unveiled a new exhibition named ‘Wool Stories: The Felted Mill’, which features an eye-catching collection of textile creations inspired by and paying tribute to the city’s industrial heritage. Housed in a mill built...

today, 11:42 in Yorkshire & Humber

Yorkshire police force issues telephone scam warning - and tells residents how to avoid becoming a victim

Police have issued a warning about a telephone scam which has been used to target hundreds of people across the country. There were almost 500 reports made to Action Fraud last year about the fraud, which involves cold-callers who pretend to be from a...

today, 11:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

Death of teenager found in street not suspicious

The death of a 14-year-old boy who was found in a serious condition in the street is not being treated as suspicious, police have said. Officers were called to Southway, in Mirfield, at around 8.50am yesterday (Wednesday) following “reports of a...

today, 10:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

WEATHER: When will it be hottest in Yorkshire today?

If you’re wondering what’s on the menu for tonight’s grub, the weather might just have made up your mind. Yorkshire is braced for blistering heat and prolonged sunny spells throughout what is largely tipped to be the hottest day of the year so far....

today, 10:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

Warning to drivers: ‘Donut ignore the signs’

The confusion over what to look and feel for when routinely checking tyres for signs of conditions is not unfamiliar. But a new campaign has recruited an unlikely ally to boost tyre safety knowledge amongst drivers. Goodyear Tyres has launched ‘Donut...

yesterday, 12:45 in Yorkshire & Humber

Measles circulating in West Yorkshire city: Health chiefs in plea over vaccinations

PUBLIC Health England is urging people in Bradford to ensure they have had vaccinations after confirming that measles is circulating in the city. People are being encouraged to check they and their children have had two doses of the MMR vaccine after...

yesterday, 12:03 in Yorkshire & Humber

10 of the best real ale pubs in Yorkshire

Going to the pub is one of the nation’s favourite pastimes, but for some it has to be real ale all the way. With many pubs now serving real ale, or some purely specialising in it, there’s plenty of places to go for those who enjoy this particular...

yesterday, 11:41 in Yorkshire & Humber

"Just hurry up before I die": Murder trial hears Leeds United fan's 999 call from pub car park

A Leeds United supporter dialled 999 as he lay with fatal injuries in a pub car park and told an operator:  'Just hurry up please before I die." A murder trial jury was shown CCTV footage of the incident in which Aaron Bellas is alleged to have...

Tuesday, 17:43 in Yorkshire & Humber

10 of the best steakhouses in Yorkshire

For those who eat meat, a steak is usually up there on the list of favourite meat dishes, especially when choosing what to eat whilst out at a restaurant. Steakhouses offer the perfect place to curb your steak cravings and choose the type of steak you...

Tuesday, 15:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

10 of the best picnic spots in Leeds

The weather is now getting warmer, which means more and more people will be eager to venture outside and soak up the sunshine, a welcome change from the dreary weather of the past few months. With the warmer weather comes more opportunities to take...

Tuesday, 13:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

COMMENT: How community projects can help to battle knife and gang crime at its roots

By Mark Burns-Williamson, police and crime commissioner for West Yorkshire VIOLENT CRIME is something that unfortunately has been making the headlines recently. That is nationally and regionally, certainly with the release of the Home Office Serious...

Tuesday, 12:36 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Vaisakhi Parade returns to Leeds this April celebrating the Sikh creation of the Khalsa

On April 21, the highly attended annual Vaisakhi Parade, which has become a regular highlight of Leeds’s cultural calendar, will travel through the streets of Chapeltown before landing at Millennium Square in the heart of Leeds City Centre. As Ghagan...

Monday, 16:39 in Yorkshire & Humber

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