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NEWS: Wed, July 30th

Wednesday’s programme from the Yorkshire Voice TV studio includes stories about the man found guilty of blasting a policewoman with a sawn-off shotgun in Leeds, the new campaign to keep children safe online and a medieval window refitted at York Minster after being restored.

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World’s largest stained glass window returns to York Minster

World’s largest stained glass window returns to York Minster

By Anders Anglesey York Minster is welcoming the return parts of the world’s largest expansive medieval stained glass window today after it had been taken down for preservation work. The 600-year-old East Window was removed in 2008 in an effort to preserve the historically significant artwork. Restoration each of the 108 panels required hours of dedication to bring back to […]

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Man in court over murder of East Yorkshire landlady

Man in court over murder of East Yorkshire landlady

By Anders Anglesey A 53-year-old man has been charged with the murder of Bridlington landlady Bei Carter John Heald, from Rotheram, appeared at Beverley Magistrates Court today where he was charged with the murder of Ms Carter earlier this month. He is also accused of ten separate counts of rape in South Yorkshire on July 13. The 49-year-old landlady was […]

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Victims of Savile abuse left “angry and disappointed” by High Court ruling

Jimmy Savile, of Leeds, died aged 84 on October 29, 2011.

Jimmy Savile, of Leeds, died aged 84 on October 29, 2011. By Joseph Keith The Jimmy Savile Charitable Trust is set to to challenge pay-outs to people who were assaulted by the former DJ. A High Court ruling last week granted the trust a hearing at the Court of Appeal which may block victims from receiving compensation through a previously […]

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Man found guilty of attempting to murder policewoman

Man found guilty of attempting to murder policewoman

By Anders Anglesey A man has been found guilty of attempting to murder a police officer at Leeds Crown Court today. James Leslie, 38, from Headingley, fired at PC Suzanne Hudson, 33, with a sawn off shotgun on December 4 last year. She suffered a disfigured hand and had additional injuries to her neck and face when Mr Leslie fired […]

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NEWS BULLETIN: Wed, July 30

NEWS BULLETIN: Wed, July 30

Watch a roundup of today’s news in brief from the Yorkshire Voice newsroom, presented by Ailsa Rochester on Wednesday, July 30.

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Jury out in Leeds policewoman shooting trial

Jury out in Leeds policewoman shooting trial

By Anders Anglesey Jury members are today continuing to consider their verdicts in the trial of a man accused of shooting a policeman. The 38-year-old, from Headingly, is on trial at Leeds Crown Court charged with the attempted murder of PC Suzanne Hudson, 33, on December 4 last year. She suffered a serious shotgun wound to the hand and had […]

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NEWS: Tues, July 29th

Today’s stories from the Yorkshire Voice TV studio include the decision to close Wakefield Market, major roadworks at a busy roundabout that will last eight months and a Skipton mum’s marathon rowing challenge.

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VIDEO – One man’s mission to immortalise the Mazda

Our reporter Mark Kielesz-Levine meets a man who decided to take matters into his own hands when his beloved car conked out and the manufacturer discontinued the model…

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NEWS: Tues, July 29th

Today’s stories from the Yorkshire Voice TV studio include the decision to close Wakefield Market, major roadworks at a busy roundabout that will last eight months and a Skipton mum’s marathon rowing challenge.

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