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How to recover after being made redundant

There’s no dressing it up, redundancy is difficult to deal with. It’s a bitter blow to your self-esteem, your finances, and often your health.

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Contestants wanted for long lost family TV show

Contestants wanted for long lost family TV show

Whether its divorce or distance keeping you apart, this new show wants to help you unearth those family secrets and reconnect long, lost families.

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Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

Imminent UK cuts to mothers’ tax credits are an assault on women’s human rights

When the new UK tax year begins on April 6, stand by for a severe attack on women’s welfare.

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Caught on camera: Do you know them?

Do you know any of these people? These CCTV images have been released by police in Calderdale of people they would like to speak to.

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Acapulco nightclub, Waterhouse Street, Halifax

Hunt for sex attacker who assaulted woman after leaving Halifax nightclub

Detectives are investigating a serious sexual attack on a woman after she left a nightclub in Halifax.

Crime
Police crackdown on irresponsible drivers and bad school parking

Police crackdown on irresponsible drivers and bad school parking

The Halifax Neighbourhood Policing team joined forces with other agencies at they tackled irresponsible drivers and bad parking outside schools.

Crime
Complaints to Calderdale Council

Angry resident rung Calderdale leader 20 times in one hour to complain

A disgruntled resident called the chief executive 20 times in one hour one and another annoyed resident has sent 150 emails in twelve months to staff at Calderdale Council.

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Fire crews attended an incident at a Huddersfield takeaway in the early hours.

Takeaway shop on fire

Fire crews were called out through the night to tackle a fire at a West Yorkshire takeaway shop.

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2 November 2013...     Police patrol Elland Road at Leeds United's match with Yeovil. (TJ1001/01d). Picture Tony Johnson

It’s good to talk: Is ‘pink and fluffy’ the way forward for football policing in Yorkshire?

The scene at The Queen pub in Bradford city centre two hours before Bradford City played Oldham Athletic on April 5, 2014, would have been a familiar one to the police officers who regularly keep the peace at local football matches.

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Thomas Green of the Calderdale team.

Teen throws leaving party... for his LEG

It’ll be a leaving party of a very different kind when a brave teen throws a bash to bid farewell to the leg he is having amputated.

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

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

Coca-Cola and the PSNI have launched an investigation after a shipment of drinks cans were found to have been contaminated with what workers are speculating could be human waste, according to reports.

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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

Inconsiderate motorists who are mounting kerbs and parking on the pavement could be soon face a £70 fine.

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

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

Cold callers, self-service checkouts and hand-wash only clothes are among life’s biggest wastes of time, according to a new survey.

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VIDEO: ‘Passenger screamed’ as forklift truck sliced through side of bus in Halifax

A student has described the moment passengers had a lucky escape as a forklift truck crashed into a bus and sliced through the side of the vehicle where elderly people and mums with prams would sit.

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Marks and Spencer recall soup due to possible chemical contamination

Marks and Spencer recall soup due to possible chemical contamination

Marks and Spencer is recalling its Chicken and Vegetable Soup as a precautionary measure over fears of contamination.

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The tiny bronze coin, dating from the 1st-century AD, has what an author says is the only lifelike image ever made of Jesus.

Author claims coin contains face of ‘real Jesus Christ’

An ancient coin depicting a bearded man with a crown of thorns could be the first and only true portrait of Christ, a new book claims.

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Amazon launches priority gig ticket scheme

Members of Amazon’s Prime programme will be able to get priority access to live music, following the online retail giant’s announcement of ‘Entertainment Experiences’, tying in with its Amazon Tickets platform.

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Six ways to lower your fuel consumption

Six ways to lower your fuel consumption

With the cost of fuel an ever-present concern for the UK’s motorists, making even the smallest savings can boost the household budget.

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

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

NHS England is to launch a consultation next month which could see GPs stop prescribing medicines which are available over the counter for a fraction of the cost.

Health
Halifax MP Holly Lynch warns prison officers face huge risk of violence

Halifax MP Holly Lynch warns prison officers face huge risk of violence

Halifax MP Holly Lynch has warned that prisons are becoming increasingly unsafe for both prisoners and staff following a visit to HMP Leeds.

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