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Former Calderdale councillor Chaudry Mohammad Saghir convicted of giving unqualified immigration advice

A former Calderdale councillor has been convicted for a second time over giving unqualified immigration advice. Chaudry Mohammad Saghir was jailed for 12 months back in November 2005 after admitting 15 counts of providing unqualified immigration...

53 min. ago in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Moorhouse settles leading clash

Illingworth extended their lead at the top of the Halifax League’s middle section to 18 points with a convincing 124 run win at home to second-placed Great Horton. Electing to bat first, the men from the Ainleys got off to a flyer with 44 on the board...

today, 06:30 in Sport
 

Place fail to make it to start line

SIDDAL Place have created their own special piece of history in the Haslem-Sheppard Halifax AFL by withdrawing without playing a game. Place have a successful Halifax Sunday League side and had an application to join the Saturday league accepted at...

Saturday, 16:42 in Sport
 

Retail closures: the UK's best loved high street stores lost over the years

High street department store House of Fraser has today been bought by Sports Direct for £90 million, after falling into administration. While plans are still not clear, the move could see the 59 stores being re-branded as Sports Direct, marking...

Friday, 15:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Warley win sun-kissed final

Warley won the 131st staging of the Halifax Parish Cup with a hard-fought 26-run success over Triangle in the Briggs Priestley-sponsored final at Copley today. A crowd of 750 - one of the largest in recent years at the Halifax League’s biggest game of...

Thursday, 06:21 in Sport
 

Brighouse beaten at Penistone Church

Brighouse lost for the fourth time in six pre-season games as they were beaten 2-1 by Northern Counties side Penistone Church. Vill Powell’s side have won just once so far in pre-season, winning 2-1 at Eccleshill United. Town have also drawn 2-2 with...

Wednesday, 17:37 in Sport
 

Powell: More transfers unlikely

brighouse town manager Vill Powell has admitted that the club’s summer transfer business is all but complete. The Town gaffer says he is still on the lookout for at least one new player before Brighouse kick off their Evo-Stik East 2018/19 campaign at...

Wednesday, 17:37 in Sport
 

Coles switch from Brods to Heath

Heath RUFC have announced three signings, including Dan and Jonny Cole from across-town divisional rivals Old Brodleians. Dan is a stand-off who has made giant strides in the last couple of seasons. Jonny is a back row forward or hooker who has made...

Wednesday, 16:54 in Sport
 

Local runners tackle 100-mile race

Stainland Lions’ James Penson, in another of his trademark challenges, took on the Lakeland 100 last weekend. The race has a massive 23,000 feet of ascent – including the summit of almost every hill in the Lake District. The course consists of a...

3 August 2018 in Sport
 

M62 traffic: Three lanes closed near Leeds after collision

Three lanes of the M62 have been closed following a collision on the motorway near Leeds. Highways England has warned that three lanes are closed on the westbound carriageway between junction 27 (Gildersome) and junction 26 (Chain Bar). Read more: How...

31 July 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Chance to have your say on plans to protect Hebden Bridge neighbourhood from flooding

People living in the Stubbing Holme Road neighbourhood of Hebden Bridge are being urged to drop in to an event to find out more about proposals to protect their properties from flooding. This is the proposed first phase of work carried out by...

30 July 2018 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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