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Footballing rivals Bradford City and Leeds United team up to form a charity partnership with Leeds Bradford Airport

Footballing rivals Bradford City and Leeds United team up to form a charity partnership with Leeds Bradford Airport

By Rebecca Marano Two Yorkshire football clubs are putting their differences aside to fundraise alongside the Leeds Bradford Airport. Bradford City and Leeds United are coming together for the first time to raise money for their respective charities: The Bradford City FC Community Foundation and The Leeds United Foundation The clubs will fundraise regularly in the airport terminals and will […]

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Calder Primary School students get creative and win short story writing competition

Calderdale Council’s Short Writing Competition

By Jazmine Ella Blackah    Two students from Calder Primary School in Mytholmroyd won a short story writing competition, organised by Calderdale Council and based on BBC Radio 2’s 500 Words contest. Edith Davies, 11, won in the 10 to 13-year-old category with her story about a group of best friends who found all their belongings had gone missing. Sidney Dodds, nine, won in […]

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Michelin chefs hop aboard to help save Filey’s fishermen

Michelin chefs hop aboard to help save Filey’s fishermen

By Rebecca Marano Michelin star chefs are heading to the seaside today in an effort to save Filey’s fishing industry. To show support for the town’s fishing trade, the Michelin star chefs will go out with the boats this morning to help catch sea trout. They will then be cooking up a dish for the locals over on Cobble landing […]

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Police appeal after man shot in Chapeltown.

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Police are investigating after a 20 year old man was shot in the hand in Chapeltown. The incident took place at 7.30 pm yesterday evevning, at the junction of Spencer Place and Shepherd’s Lane. The man told police that a dark dark coloured hatchback car pulled alongside him as he walked down the street before shooting him. He has since been […]

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News Bulletin: 11/05/18

News Bulletin: 11/05/18
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‘Leeds United’ fans wanted after hurling racial abuse on train.

‘Leeds United’ fans wanted after hurling racial abuse on train.

By Mellissa Dzinzi. Police are looking for a man in connection to a disorderly incident including racial abuse on board a train between Leeds and Sheffield. The incident took place between 4.50pm and 5.05pm on 21 February on board a Cross Country Trains service. Passengers on board the train reported that a group of men, believed to be Leeds United […]

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Huddersfield Royal Infirmary saved from closure

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary saved from closure

By Rebecca Marano The Huddersfield Royal Infirmary has been saved from closure after Jeremy Hunt called for a re-think on plans to downgrade the hospital. The proposals were to knock down the HRI and build a smaller care center whilst the A&E department would move to Calderdale Hospital. However, Jeremy Hunt confirmed in a letter to the Calderdale and Kirklees […]

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Thousands flock to Hebden Bridge for the Tour de Yorkshire 2018

Thousands flock to Hebden Bridge for the Tour de Yorkshire 2018

by Rebecca Marano Calderdale crowds went wild for the Tour De Yorkshire this weekend. Thousands lined the streets of Hebden Bridge to cheer on the cyclists as they took on the steep hills and the infamous Cock Hill.

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Vinyl fans on the increase as Leeds record shops celebrate Record Store Day 2018

Vinyl fans on the increase as Leeds record shops celebrate Record Store Day 2018

By Luke Hudson RECORD SHOPS in Leeds celebrated Record Store Day 2018 on April 21. Record Store Day is an annual event where bands and artists release special edition vinyl records which can only be purchased from independent record shops.

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Folk band Whitney Gin rocks Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre for Crohn’s and colitis charity

Folk band Whitney Gin rocks Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre for Crohn’s and colitis charity

By Jazmine Ella Blackah A folk band took to the stage at Headingley Enterprise and Arts Centre to raise money for sufferers of Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis.

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