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School life: Lightcliffe Academy take a creative trip to Robin Hoods Bay

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Cars parking on the pavement could soon be banned from doing so and face a �70 fine.

Drivers could face £70 fine for parking on pavements

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Investigation launched after discovery of ‘human waste’ contamination in cans at Coca-Cola plant

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Cold callers, self-service checkouts and hand-wash only clothes - life’s biggest time-wasters

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Marks and Spencer recall soup due to possible chemical contamination

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Author claims coin contains face of ‘real Jesus Christ’

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Amazon launches priority gig ticket scheme

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Six ways to lower your fuel consumption

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Travel jabs and gluten-free food may no longer be available on NHS in prescriptions cost-cutting

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Camera feature added to Facebook app

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This week’s roadworks on Yorkshire’s motorways and A roads

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Refunds and free travel for disgruntled Leeds bus passengers

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Four people injured in two-car crash in Holmfirth

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How to get to and from work during Monday’s train strike in Yorkshire

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Free bus travel for train users affected by strike

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Fighting crime project backed by police chief

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'DELIBERATE BARBARITY': Badgers were killed in Bradford and  mobile phone footage uploaded to Instagram. PIC: RSPCA

Yorkshire tops annual animal cruelty league of shame

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West Yorkshire police and crime commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson, right, is seeking more Independent Custody Visitors.

Video: Could you be the right person to help monitor cells at West Yorkshire's police stations?

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Little Green Lane, Heckmondwike, where the sex attack took place this morning. Picture: Google.

Detectives hunting for sex attacker who assaulted woman, 36, after leaving nightclub

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School life: Lightcliffe Academy take a creative trip to Robin Hoods Bay

Education
The Hipperholme Grammar water polo team

School life: Success for Hipperholme Grammar’s water polo team

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Senior school pupils held a World Book Day sale

School life: Hipperholme Grammar pupils got into the literary spirit

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Schools are ‘betrayed’ as budgets cut

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Careers ambassadors at the School Careers Fair

School life: Importance of career guidance at Brighouse High

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Engineers make world’s largest gate valve for water project

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Tesco fined £129m but avoids prosecution over accounting scandal

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Traffic queueing on the M62 between Tingley and Gildersome.

This week’s roadworks on Yorkshire’s motorways and A roads

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Millions of energy customers could roll back bills to 2008 prices

Business

POLL: If the EU referendum was held again today, how would you vote?

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European Unison composer Ruth Spencer Jolly

WATCH LIVE 10.30AM THURSDAY: Brexit debate and European Unison piano concert on Facebook Live

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Could splitting Luddendenfoot solve boundary shake-up dispute?

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Huge response to petition against school funding changes

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Calderdale councillors Roger Taylor, Stephen Baines and Peter Caffrey at the green field site in Green Lane, Shelf.

New housing development for Calderdale village approved despite 162 objections

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Yorkshire weather: Cloudy skies bring an end to our all-too-brief sunny spell

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People around the world are marking Earth Hour this evening. People in Britain are expected to join in at 8.30pm... and then they will switch their clocks forward tonight as British Summer Time begins.

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

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We are set for a sunny weekend across Yorkshire.

Yorkshire weather: Temperatures rival Tenerife as spring returns with glorious sunshine

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Video: Heavy snow falls in Yorkshire trapping cars and disturbing lambs on second day of Spring

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Travel jabs and gluten-free food may no longer be available on NHS in prescriptions cost-cutting

Health

Soon babies could get 5 in 1 vaccination from birth

Health
People around the world are marking Earth Hour this evening. People in Britain are expected to join in at 8.30pm... and then they will switch their clocks forward tonight as British Summer Time begins.

Get ready to turn your clocks forward... but before that expect things to get much darker

Environment

Enough hidden salt in shopping baskets for 130 bags of ready salted

Health

Warning as skin creams linked to 40 fire deaths

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