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Leeds United’s unbeaten record taken away by Monk’s Birmingham

Leeds United’s unbeaten record under Marcelo Bielsa was ended by a smash and grab raid from Garry Monk’s Birmingham City side. Monk had the last laugh on his former employees by coming back to Elland Road to take the points as his side opened up an...

today, 18:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

Lower Hopton pair reach Old Bank finals

Lower Hopton pair Graeme Wilson and Robert Hitchen beat Ashley Tattersley and Wayne Moseley (Lower Hopton/Lockwood Con) 57-54 in the Mirfield Old Bank Autumn Doubles bowls competition on Monday night. Wilson and Hitchen are the first qualifiers to the...

today, 09:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

Motorists warned of delays as ‘serious police led incident’ blocks M62 slip road

A serious police led incident is currently blocking an M62 slip road, leading to delays for motorists. Highways England say that traffic officers are currently on the scene and the westbound exit slip road is currently closed at junction 27 for...

yesterday, 15:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Met Office issues yellow weather warnings as heavy rain and wind set to hit Yorkshire

The Met Office have issued yellow weather warnings for Yorkshire, as heavy downpours and strong winds are set to hit. During Sunday there is the potential for a developing weather system to track across the UK, which is likely to bring a persistent...

yesterday, 12:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sign up for Kirkwood Hospice’s colourful fundraiser

It’s not too late to join Kirkwood Hospice at their most colourful event of the year in Birstall - but you’ll need to be quick! With online registration for the 2018 Colour Rush closing at midnight this Sunday (September 23), Kirkwood is encouraging...

Thursday, 17:13 in Yorkshire & Humber

Revealed: How long traffic jams will add to your journey in Kirklees

An unknown quantity for any car journey is how long you might be delayed. Figures released by the Department for Transport reveal how many seconds drivers will spend at a standstill for every mile they travel on an A road. The data for Kirklees shows...

Thursday, 16:56 in Yorkshire & Humber

Further rail strikes to disrupt weekend travel

Further strike action will be taken by staff on Arriva Rail North over what they say is a continuing threat to guards. Rail Union RMT today confirmed further strike action by guards and driver members on Arriva Rail North as the company continues to...

Thursday, 15:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Storm Bronagh set to hit Yorkshire with heavy rain and strong winds

The past few days have seen Storm Ali hit the UK with wet and windy weather conditions, but now Storm Bronagh is out in full force. Today’s intense low-pressure system, now known as Storm Bronagh, will hit parts of the UK with strong winds and heavy...

Thursday, 15:42 in Yorkshire & Humber

In the Night Garden Live is coming to Yorkshire - here's how to get tickets

Popular children's television series In the Night Garden is bringing its live tour to Yorkshire, with two dates announced for next year. The hit CBeebies show, which is aimed at youngesters aged between one and six, will be coming to theatres in...

Thursday, 14:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

Parent concern for safety outside Liversedge junior school

Parents concerned for the wellbeing of their children are campaigning for improved road safety measures outside a Liversedge junior school. They say a number of near-misses have been reported outside Millbridge Junior Infant & Nursery School in...

Thursday, 12:57 in Yorkshire & Humber

Batley and Spen MP to battle childcare crisis

Batley and Spen MP Tracy Brabin is urging the Government to listen to the “dire warnings” from the struggling early years sector after new research showed an alarming number of nurseries are being forced to close. The closed nurseries, which count...

Thursday, 12:57 in Yorkshire & Humber

Dewsbury business owner despairs over torched caravan

A Dewsbury business owner has described his frustration after an abandoned caravan dumped outside his premises was torched this weekend. Jamie Skinner, who runs Howarth Timber & Building Supplies on Hirst Road, asked for the caravan to be removed...

Thursday, 12:24 in Yorkshire & Humber

Mum's horror as boy, 16, is beaten on his Dewsbury doorstep

A prominent mental health campaigner has spoken out after her son was bundled into a car and beaten by three men on Friday. Stevie Morley, from Dewsbury, watched from her window as her 16-year-old was set upon by the trio just before 9pm. She says...

Thursday, 12:24 in Yorkshire & Humber

Pop megastar Ed Sheeran confirms two concerts in Roundhay Park, Leeds next summer

It's official - Ed Sheeran will play two outdoor gigs in Leeds next summer. The pop superstar has announced two dates in Roundhay Park on Friday August 16 and Saturday August 17. Gallery: The summer Genesis played in Roundhay Park Tickets will go on...

Thursday, 11:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

The best TV shows this week

The listings have been scoured and here's the pick of what to watch from Saturday September 22. Strictly Come Dancing, BBC One, Saturday, 6.15pm Get ready to staaaaart dancing! Tess Daly and Claudia Winkleman present NTA and Bafta award-winning...

Thursday, 10:15 in Yorkshire & Humber

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