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Anti-social youths issued with warnings from police

Youths causing trouble for people and to bus drivers around the area of the bus station in Todmorden have been issued with warnings from the police. Calder Valley Neighbourhood Policing Team has increased patrols in the area as they conducted enquiries t

today, 08:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

Video: What's been handed in as gun and knife amnesty continues across Leeds and West Yorkshire?

A machete, knives, rifles and ammunition are among the items handed in so far as a 10 day weapons surrender continues across West Yorkshire. The weapons pictured have all been handed in to police stations in Leeds since the gun and knife amnesty began on

today, 08:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

Eight facts about Pancake Day

We’ve been using Shrove Tuesday as an excuse to overindulge since before records began. So whether you like them savory or sweet, feast your eyes on these flipping mad facts and have a calorie filled Pancake Day.

yesterday, 17:48 in Yorkshire & Humber

Mum’s warning over Cadbury’s Mini Eggs ‘choking hazard’ goes viral

Parents are sharing a Facebook post from a mum warning that Cadbury Mini Eggs could pose a serious choking hazard for young children this Easter. Cadbury Mini Eggs, which are a solid milk chocolate encased in a hard candy ‘shell’, are an Easter staple, h

yesterday, 17:48 in Yorkshire & Humber

School life: Huge success on the ice for Calder High’s Kara

Kara Graham a Year 9 student is an ice skater who competes on a regular basis, however she competes with the amazing charity Inclusive Skating as well as with competing against skaters of all levels and abilities. Kara has a condition called iridocorneal

yesterday, 16:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Yorkshire weather: Storm Ewan downgraded but warning still in place as temperatures are set to plummet

Warnings for snow, ice and wind across parts of the UK have been downgraded because Storm Ewan was not as strong as expected. The Met Office had warnings in place for heavy rain, high winds and ice in Northern Ireland, Scotland and parts of north-west Wa

yesterday, 15:12 in Yorkshire & Humber

Nokia 3310 officially revealed: Everything you need to know

After almost 17 years since it was originally launched, the iconic Nokia 3310 is officially back in business. The classic phone earned almost legendary status in the early noughties for its incredible durability and ever-long battery life, making it an i

yesterday, 11:56 in Yorkshire & Humber

Oscars 2017: And the winner is... Oh no, it’s not!

In one of the most bizarre moments in the Academy Awards’ 89-year history, La La Land was mistakenly awarded the best picture prize at last night’s glitzy ceremony in Hollywood. The gold statuette was intended, instead, for Moonlight. Talk about awkward.

yesterday, 11:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

Jeremy Hunt could decide on shake-up at Calderdale and Huddersfield hospitals

The health secretary could be asked to decide if controversial changes to hospital services in Calderdale and Huddersfield can go ahead. Jeremy Hunt could make the final decision on plans to centralise A&E care at an expanded hospital in Halifax...

yesterday, 11:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Warning issued over fake £5 notes - how to tell if yours is real

The Bank of England has issued a warning over potentially fake £5 being put into circulation. Here’s how to tell if yours is the real deal. 1. Check the see-through window There is a large see-through window on the note. A clearly defined portrait of the

yesterday, 10:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Scam warning: Drivers pretend to run out of petrol and sell fake gold on Yorkshire roadside

A scam in West Yorkshire which involves people flagging down motorists and selling ‘gold’ on the roadside for petrol money has led to a police warning. West Yorkshire Police says it has had a call about the scam yesterday (Sunday). The force said: “We’ve

yesterday, 10:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

Marie Curie looks for Calder Valley volunteers

As Spring approaches and daffodils bloom, Marie Curie is asking people of Todmorden to volunteer to collect for its Great Daffodil Appeal in March. The Great Daffodil Appeal is Marie Curie’s biggest annual fundraising campaign and will see volunteers han

Sunday, 15:25 in Yorkshire & Humber

Literary and Scientific Society: Inequality and social anxiety

Their 2009 book The Spirit Level: Why Equality is Better for Everyone, which explored the effects of greater inequality within societies, became a surprise success and initiated a debate that has grown more pertinent as nations have struggled to recover

Sunday, 10:20 in Yorkshire & Humber

Stone Hair Art: Does your hairstyle represent who you are?

Your look tells a story. Simply stop for a moment and think. Forget about work, or family, or what people expect of you. Ask yourself, does it tell YOUR story, or are you wearing someone’s expectation of you? Yes we’re only talking about your hair, your

Saturday, 10:27 in Yorkshire & Humber

WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

Storm Doris battered the UK yesterday and much of it was captured on video. And with planes struggling to land to trees falling in roads and narrowly missing motoristsand paddling pools and trampolines taking flight we look at 10 of the most viewed Storm

Friday, 16:06 in Yorkshire & Humber

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