Elderly driver died after car crashed into telegraph pole in Calderdale

Witnesses are being sought after a fatal collision in a Calderdale village this weekend.

Do you recognise the man on the left of the picture?

Halifax assault: Do you recognise man in CCTV image?

Detectives have issued a fresh appeal for information as they investigate an assault which left a man with serious facial injuries

New chief trustee needed for Piece Hall

New chief trustee needed for Piece Hall

The search is underway for a new chairman of The Piece Hall Trust in Halifax.

Fire crews were called to the incident at around 8am this morning.

Fire crews free trapped motorist

The fire service used cutting equipment to free a motorist that had become trapped following a car crash earlier today.

Jeremy Corbyn is given a tour by Pulman Steel managing director David Shoesmith

Corbyn backs calls for flood-hit firms to get help with insurance

LABOUR leader Jeremy Corbyn has called on the Government to help businesses secure affordable insurance following last winter’s floods which devastated firms across the region..

Sandra Marvin as Queenie and Emmanuel Kojo as Joe in Show Boat at the  Crucible Theatre, Sheffield.  Picture: Johan Persson

Casting call for theatres failing on diversity

IT WAS one of the triumphs of Yorkshire’s theatrical calendar: a hit show conceived and staged at Sheffield’s Crucible and transplanted successfully into the West End. But behind the scenes, a different drama was unfolding.

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Trains delayed and cancelled in Leeds and Yorkshire after derailment

Train services in Leeds and across the region are being delayed and cancelled after a derailment at a Scottish depot.

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Barry Bennell was rushed to hospital

Man has car stolen as he visits off-licence

A man had his car stolen when he was ambushed by two men as he went to an off-licence.

Bradford Bulls are in financial trouble again.

YP Letters: Clubs with unsporting record on failing to meet tax rules

From: Peter Broadley, Rochdale Road, Greetland, Halifax.

The extent of the last time Hebden Bridge was hit by major flooding

Hebden Bridge flooding: Warning as water levels rise

The flood siren has been sounded in Hebden Bridge tonight as residents prepare to battle flooding.
Police are appealing for witnesses to come forward

Man robbed in Heckmondwike

A man was targeted by a robber as he walked home across a cricket field in Heckmondwike.

Denise Bristol

Search and rescue team finds missing Denise

A SEARCH and rescue team broke off from a landmark celebration to help find a vulnerable missing woman.

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Daggers Joe Widdowson, left, is left trailing in the wake of Halifax Town hero Matt Kosylo at The Shay. Picture: Bruce Rollinson

FC Halifax Town dreaming of adding to FA Cup heroics

FC HALIFAX TOWN FA Cup hero Matt Kosylo could be forgiven for dreaming a little bit.

An artist's impression of the restored Piece Hall in Halifax.

Restoration of Halifax’s Piece Hall hit by major delays

The planned reopening of Halifax’s iconic Piece Hall has been delayed by more than a year, the leader of Calderdale Council has said.

There is a greater awareness of bullying, says Jack Williams.

Jack Williams: Schools mustn’t sit on fence over bullying

THE theme of Anti-Bullying Week, which ends on Friday, is “Power for Good” and it aims to enable young people, parents and school staff to understand their personal power in tackling bullying and its effects.

Tom Denton celebrates his opening goal for FC Halifax Town. Picture Bruce Rollinson

FC Halifax Town 2 Dagenham & Redbridge 1: Kosylo grabs late winner as Shaymen progress at last in Cup

SOMETIMES, good things come to those who wait. Just ask FC Halifax Town.

FC Halifax Town boss Billy Heath

FC Halifax Town v Dagenham & Redbridge: Shaymen braced to withstand Cup backlash from the Daggers

FC HALIFAX TOWN manager Billy Heath admits to possessing mixed feelings at Dagenham and Redbridge’s shock 5-0 weekend home thrashing by Gateshead.

Jo Cox, who was killed in Birstall in June.

Think of your children, dying MP Jo Cox was urged

The manager of MP Jo Cox pleaded with her to think of her children in a desperate bid to keep her alive as she lay dying after the “cowardly” attack on her in Birstall, a jury was told.

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