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Fight continues against vandals leaving syringes, condoms and sex toys in Calderdale park

A firends group has been set up to improve facilities at a Calderdale park after residents complained of anti-social behaviour and 'syringes, condoms and sex toys' being left in the area.
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The Environment Agency is targeting their latest campaign towards younger people

Environment Agency warns intense flooding is set to become more frequent

The Environment Agency has warned that intense bouts of flooding are set to become more frequent due to climate change.
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Upper Heights Road, Thornton, Bradford. Image: Google.

Man dies after becoming trapped in farm machinery in Bradford

A MAN  has died after becoming trapped in farm machinery in Bradford, police said today.

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Bid for Halifax Monopoly game

Halifax closes the gap in Monopoly race as voting deadline is extended

Halifax has closed the gap in the race to have its own Monopoly game as organisers announce that the voting deadline has been extended.

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Actions from the first half, Halifax Town v Ebbsfleet, at the Shay

FC Halifax Town 1-2 Ebbsfleet: We should have won it, says Young

Caretaker-manager Neil Young thought his Town side did enough to win the game after they lost 2-1 to Ebbsfleet at The Shay on Saturday.

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Police search for sex offender who fled justice

A police search has been launched to find a convicted sex offender who assaulted a 10-year-old girl in Filey.
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IN PICTURES: Halifax 1-2 Ebbsfleet

FC Halifax Town lost 2-1 to Ebbsfleet at The Shay as they slipped closer to the National League relegation zone.

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IN PICTURES: Halifax 6-20 Toronto

Halifax RLFC slipped to defeat despite leading at half-time as they lost 20-6 at home to Toronoto Wolfpack in front of 2,036 fans at The Shay.

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Hipperholme Grammar School pupil Charlotte Shaw

Hipperholme pupil makes a splash as she clinches gold and meets Olympic idol

It was a double celebration for a Hipperholme Grammar Junior School swimstar who won her first national final and met her hero - Olympic gold medallist swimmer Adam Peaty.

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Thumbs up: Headteacher Elizabeth Lloyd, with Year 2 children at St Josephs School, Todmorden

Ofsted: Special measures Todmorden school is on road to recovery

A school which was placed in special measures by education watchdog Ofsted two years ago is on the right road to recovery.

Education
FC Halifax Town

FC Halifax Town 1-2 Ebbsfleet: Fans Panel

Here is the verdict of the Fans Panel after FC Halifax Town’s 2-1 defeat to Ebbsfleet at The Shay.

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Luke Fitzgerald

Halifax knifeman who robbed terrified taxi driver in Rastrick is jailed

A violent criminal who played the leading role in the knifepoint robbery of a taxi driver in Rastrick has been been jailed for five years.
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Parents in Calderdale urged to think pharmacist first

Millions of parents could get more convenient and timely expert advice if their child has a minor illness by opting to go to their local pharmacist first instead of the GP.

Health
Ovenden power on in National Cup

Ovenden power on in National Cup

Ovenden beat National Conference League opposition for the second round running to get to the semi-final of the BARLA National Cup on Saturday.

Rugby
Harding hindered by ‘dodgy‘ knee

Harding hindered by ‘dodgy‘ knee

Tyler Harding admitted a mixture of pride and disappointment in his Winter Olympic debut.

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Marshall: Players frustrated with own errors against Wolfpack

Marshall: Players frustrated with own errors against Wolfpack

Halifax coach Richard Marshall talked of a frustrated dressing room after watching side go down 20-6 against big-spending Toronto at the Shay on Sunday.

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Late tries decisive as Fax slip against Toronto

Two late tries from winger Adam Higson proved decisive as Toronto Wolfpack marked their first Championship foray into Yorkshire with a 20-6 win over Halifax at the Shay.

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Actions from Brighouse Town Ladies v Chester le Street, at St Gile's Road. Pictured is Lauren Doyle

Ladies lose to Blackburn Rovers

Brighouse Town Ladies bowed out of the League Cup by 2-1 at home to higher-division Blackburn Rovers this afternoon.

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Old Crossleyans versus Thorne.


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Eight-try Crocs cut loose

Old Crossleyans secured an impressive 55-19 victory over Thornensians at Broomfield, scoring eight tries in a scintillating display of attacking rugby.

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Old Rishworthians v York

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Rishworthians’ fine win at coast

Old Rishworthians put a major dent in Scarborough’s Yorkshire One promotion hopes with a thoroughly deserved 24-18 bonus point win on the east coast yesterday.

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