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Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

THE nation will set their clocks forward by one hour this evening as we herald the start of British Summer Time... but tonight also sees the 10th year of Earth Hour. Here is what we know about these events this evening.

Saturday, 20:24 in Yorkshire & Humber

Woman injured in two-car crash in Leeds

A WOMAN was taken to hospital by ambulance after suffering suspected spinal injures in a two-car crash in the  Guiseley area of Leeds this afternoon. She was driving a VW Golf which was involved in collision with a Ford Focus on Queensway at its junction

Saturday, 15:19 in Yorkshire & Humber

Will Brexit hinder Yorkshire’s efforts to tackle human trafficking?

Convicted human traffickers from Eastern Europe will be subject to severe restrictions on their activities when they return home from Yorkshire to stop them arranging the trade in human misery in the region. West Yorkshire Police has secured the co-opera

Saturday, 00:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

‘Disgrace to the police’: Drug dealing West Yorkshire inspector jailed for 26 years

A “dishonest and manipulative” West Yorkshire police inspector who was found with £700,000 of drugs at his home has been jailed for 26 years. Keith Boots, 55, who was responsible for disposing of seized drugs for West Yorkshire Police, was described as a

Friday, 14:39 in Yorkshire & Humber

60 year milestone for happy couple

Diamond couple Margaret and Harold Walker are celebrating sixty years of marriage. The childhood sweethearts first met as classmates at the former Painthorpe Infants School at the age of six. They married at Chapelthorpe Church on March 23, 1957. The cou

Friday, 14:29 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

Friday, 14:29 in Yorkshire & Humber

Jail for crooked lawyer who forced 200-year-old solicitors out of business in £4m fraud

A crooked lawyer forced a 200-year-old firm of Yorkshire solicitors into extinction by plundering its accounts of almost FOUR MILLION pounds to fund her addiction to high living. Linda Box, 67, was jailed for seven years today after a court heard she sto

Friday, 12:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

New dog training schools open in Leeds for naughty pets

Animal charity Dogs Trust is opening three dog training schools in Leeds to tackle an epidemic of canine behavioural problems. Doggy misdemeanours cost the average owner over £300 a year in repairs after their pet has caused damage to clothing and furnit

Friday, 12:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

White Rose Centre celebrates 20 Years with birthday bonanza

White Rose Shopping Centre is celebrating its 20th birthday with a bang this weekend, with a weekend of special entertainment, offers, bloggers’ fashion inspiration, and surprise treats for shoppers. In celebration of the opening its doors on March 25 19

Friday, 12:50 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

Friday, 11:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

Wards struggling to provide adequate care due to staff shortages

Nurses on short staffed hospital wards have been struggling to provide adequate patient care, figures suggest. Staff at Mid Yorkshire Hospitals Trust reported dozens of occasions when they were unable to provide one-to-one care in a single month. It happ

Friday, 11:36 in Yorkshire & Humber

Red Nose Day in Leeds: Your photos of Comic Relief celebrations

It's Comic Relief in Leeds! Primary schools across the city have been asking pupils to dress in their best Red Nose Day costumes today. Here's a selection of the best reader pics - the story will be updated throughout the day with new photos.

Friday, 11:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man pushed into car during "suspicious incident" in Leeds

Detectives in Leeds are appealing for information about what they described as "a suspicious incident" in a Leeds suburb. Police received a report of a man who appeared to have been pushed into a car by four men in Dulverton Close in...

Thursday, 20:46 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, 17:26 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, 16:45 in Yorkshire & Humber

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