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Women in Yorkshire march in solidarity with global protests against President Trump

Hundreds of women protesting against Donald Trump will march in Yorkshire today (Saturday) on the first day of his US presidency. Marches are planned to go ahead as part of a global campaign in Leeds, York, Shipley and London throughout the day. The wome

yesterday, 12:43 in Yorkshire & Humber

Todmorden in bloom: Starting the New Year with a great garden

Todmorden in Bloom wish you a successful year of 2017 gardening and recommend that seed catalogues are a good place to start planning. There you can buy every kind of annual plant seeds (such as nigella and poppies) or perennial which take more patience.

yesterday, 10:14 in Yorkshire & Humber

Two charged with murder after death of Halifax man

Two men have been charged with murder after a man was found dead in Halifax. Christopher Churchill, 33, of Athol Close, Halifax, and Dale Dwyer, 25, of Alma Street, Buxton, Derbyshire, are due to appear at Bradford Magistrates Court this morning (Saturda

yesterday, 09:39 in Yorkshire & Humber

Big fundraising effort for youth group

Regulars at a Todmorden pub are shaking off any remaining New Year cobwebs with a fundraising day and raffle for young people in the town. On Sunday, January 22, eight teams of footballers from the Jack’s House pub on Burnley Road, Todmorden, will play d

Friday, 20:15 in Yorkshire & Humber

Planning applications: Plan for 28 new dwellings in Sowerby

Here are the latest planning applications to appear before Calderdale Council. VALIDATED Dormer to front and rear: 19 Wyvern Place, Pellon. Installation of 15m high monopole supporting 1 Omni antenna, equipment housing cabinet and associated ancillary de

Friday, 14:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

Nominations open for the Citizenship Awards for Todmorden 2017

Todmorden Town Council is calling on the local community as they open nominations for the unsung heroes of the town for the Citizenship Award for Todmorden 2017. The awards will be presented by the outgoing Mayor prior to the commencement of the annual m

Friday, 12:13 in Yorkshire & Humber

Todmorden’s Yorkshire Bank branch to be axed

Yorkshire Bank will close 39 of its branches including the one in Todmorden over the next 12 months. It is anticipated that as many as 200 jobs will be lost as a result of the move. The closures are part of a wider raft of changes from Clydesdale and Yor

Friday, 09:52 in Yorkshire & Humber

How much has recorded crime risen in West Yorkshire?

THE NUMBER of recorded crimes in West Yorkshire rose by more than a fifth in a year, according to the latest statistics. Figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) show there were 220,379 crimes recorded by the county’s police for

Thursday, 16:10 in Yorkshire & Humber

The Yorkshire GP who says we can think ourselves slim

Yorkshire GP Dr Julie Coffey has written two books to help us lead healthier lifestyles. Catherine Scott reports. Yorkshire GP Dr Julie Coffey believes we really can think ourselves slim. The Sheffield doctor has just written her second book, Think Yours

Thursday, 15:45 in Yorkshire & Humber

Yorkshire named as top dogging hotspot in the country

Yorkshire has beaten Lancashire and other counties nationwide - to the title of the best area to go dogging. Adult website Swinging Heaven has named Yorkshire as the top county for dogging in the UK. According to the site, Yorkshire has a massive 271 dog

Thursday, 15:33 in Yorkshire & Humber

Quidditch team to hold try-outs in Leeds

It's a sport played by wizards - but Muggles can try their hand at Quidditch in Leeds. A brand-new league based on the game, which features in the Harry Potter books, is recruiting players in the city. A franchise known as the Yorkshire Roses will compet

Thursday, 14:12 in Yorkshire & Humber

Controlled explosions carried out on chemicals at Yorkshire schools

Over 40 schools in North and West Yorkshire have been visited by army bomb disposal experts after it was discovered they were storing a potentially hazardous chemical on their premises. Controlled explosions had to be carried out at the schools - among t

Thursday, 11:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

Student’s business in the frame

By Jack Dinsley, 17 senior correspondent for Junior Gazette Samantha Kilsby is a Year 13 student who currently attends Carr Hill High School and Sixth Form Centre. When I last interviewed the student, she was progressing with her photography work but now

Wednesday, 15:27 in Yorkshire & Humber

LEEDS BOMB SCARE: Latest on city centre drama

Shoppers are being allowed to return to Victoria Gate in Leeds following a bomb scare this morning. A suspicious package found nearby has now been declared safe. The item was discovered just after 8.30am on Harewood Street, close to the John Lewis store.

Wednesday, 12:29 in Yorkshire & Humber

Price of Apple apps set to rise by 25%

First Marmite, then Jamie’s Italian and now Apple users are set to feel the financial consequence of Brexit as apps are set to rise by 25 per cent. The upcoming changes to the App Store will see the prices of apps and in-app purchases rise as a result of

Wednesday, 12:19 in Yorkshire & Humber

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