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Eclipse chosen to lead scheme to tackle fuel poverty in Yorkshire

Eclipse Energy have been chosen to lead a new pilot scheme aimed at tackling fuel poverty in homes across Yorkshire.

Business
Patrols remain in Halifax after people were shot at with an air gun

Four taken to hospital after 'being shot with air gun'

Four people were taken to hospital with minor injuries after being shot with an air weapon in Halifax.

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Apprentice Ffion proving to be a real bright spark

Apprentice Ffion proving to be a real bright spark

The future looks bright for Halifax-born Ffion Bell after getting a helping hand in her chosen profession from facilities management firm Bilfinger Europa.

Business
Loucas and Ria from Stone Hair Art

Stone Hair Art: Does your hairstyle represent who you are?

Your look tells a story. Simply stop for a moment and think. Forget about work, or family, or what people expect of you.

Opinion
Tributes to youth cancer charity founder

Tributes to youth cancer charity founder

The founder of the Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust who has supported thousands of young people has died following her battle with the disease.

News
WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

WATCH: 10 of the most viewed Storm Doris videos

Storm Doris battered the UK yesterday and much of it was captured on video.

News

Video: Scheme to plant 200,000 trees aims to reduce Calder Valley flood risk

HUNDREDS OF thousands of trees will be planted as part of a long-term plan aimed at reducing flood risk in the Calder Valley – which was devastated by the storms of December 2015.

Environment
Ferney Lee Primary School, Todmorden.

Report: ‘School needs to improve’

A Todmorden primary school has been told it must improve by education watchdog Ofsted.

News
Where will mobile speed cameras be in Calderdale next week?

Where will mobile speed cameras be in Calderdale next week?

Mobile speed cameras will be in the following locations around Calderdale next week.

News
Taxi driver attacked by large gang of youths

Taxi driver attacked by large gang of youths

A taxi driver was attacked by a group of youths who threw a stone at his car window before punching and kicking him.

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Calderdale transport
Taxi queue on Market Street, Halifax

Gang of youths kick and punch taxi driver in Halifax attack

A taxi driver suffered a large gash above his eye after being attacked by a gang of youths who had been throwing stones at his car in Calderdale.

Crime
Planning applications

Planning applications: Change of use to dog grooming parlour in Warley

Here are the latest planning applications to appear before Calderdale Council.

News

VIDEO: Yorkshire’s Guardians of the Galaxy rebuild half-tonne telescope at nature reserve

Yorkshire astronomy enthusiasts have stars in their eyes after an amazing project to dismantle a half-tonne telescope, transport it 200 miles and rebuild it on a nature reserve. Chris Burn reports.

News
Our pantomime breaks records - oh yes it does

Our pantomime breaks records - oh yes it does

Halifax’s Victoria Theatre is celebrating after the festive production of Peter Pan produced the theatre’s best ticket sales for 11 years.

Theatre and Comedy
Oops - Johnny Nelson comes adrift

TV exposure! The awkward moment Sheffield boxing hero Johnny Nelson’s pants burst

Johnny Nelson is a big guy.

More Sport
Potholes on Beech Road outside Beech House Gardens flower shop, Sowerby Bridge

Can ‘find and fix gangs’ solve borough’s pothole problems?

Calderdale Council is looking to create a new strategy to solve pothole problems in the borough and replace outdated methods such as ‘pack and whack’ temporary repairs.

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Event organiser Dave Learmont outside The Shay Stadium

Football showdown for Yorkshire Air Ambulance

A squad of ordinary men are set to don their studs this Spring for a football match with a difference.

Football
Emma Bolger Community Foundation and Stuart Rumney, Chief Executive of the Calderdale SmartMove

Community Foundation: Homelessness is hiding in plain sight in Calderdale

This month local charity Community Foundation for Calderdale talk about their research which revealed the growing numbers of homeless people in Calderdale, the Homelessness Reduction Bill and their investment of £60,000 to support local people who find themselves facing a life on the streets.

Opinion
Mysterious radioactive cloud moves towards UK as plane which tackled Chernobyl called in to find source

Mysterious radioactive cloud moves towards UK as plane which tackled Chernobyl called in to find source

A US Air Force plane which helped in the aftermath of the Chernobyl disaster has been called in to find the source of a mysterious radioactive cloud heading towards the UK.

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How do you have yours? 12 ways to have pancakes this Shrove Tuesday

How do you have yours? 12 ways to have pancakes this Shrove Tuesday

Get the lemons, sugar and chocolate sauce in - because pancake day is almost here!

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