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Bullet-shaped 'shell' destroyed in explosion

Puzzling object taken to Brighouse police station today.

Full story here

Latest on the Lebanese sign spat

The latest on the row involving a Lebanese town centre restaurant and council planners.

Read more here

Scam alert - beware fake gas bills

West Yorkshire Police are warning computer users to be aware of a scam involving fake British Gas bills.

Here’s the details:

Police are urging computer users to be on their guard against a nationwide scam in which fraudsters are spamming fake British Gas bills.

The fraudsters are sending the fake emails out that look like a genuine gas bill. There is a link on it which, if clicked on, installs ‘ransomware’ on to the computer.

The ransomware then locks the computer and the fraudsters then demand money to unlock it.

Detective Inspector Benn Kemp of West Yorkshire Police’s Cyber Crime Team, said: “This is a nationwide fraud that we are aware of and I would urge people to be on their guard. I would ask people to never open an email unless they are certain of the credentials of the sender and to share our message with other people.

“British Gas for example always send personal emails and will usually quote the customer’s account number. Their links are always www.britishgas.co.uk.

“You should also regularly update your anti virus and browsers, avoid public wifi connections when doing things like internet banking and back up all your files.”

If you have been affected by this, or any other scam, report it to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040.

Still got the post-summer holiday blues?

Why not take up a new hobby like drumming instead?

Drone footage of Hunter tip fire aftermath

Have a look at the damage done

Childhood obesity

Scary.

There’s no excuse for eating lots of junk food and not exercising. Adults need to lead by example!

Can you help Watershed arts space?

Do you remember last week’s fire at the Watershed arts space in Slaithwaite?

Now a fund has been set up to help the additional needs-focused art groups recover.

Scarecrow fun day

Another weekend activity for you

Sunset

Check out Amy Sutton’s lovely picture of the sunset last night in Meltham.

Think you can do better? Why not have a go at taking some this weekend and sending them by email or Facebook them to us?

Colne Valley Museum

Colne Valley Museum volunteers have had to cancel a planned open weekend on September 10

Catch a non-league football game this weekend

Thinking what to do with yourself without a Huddersfield Town match this weekend?

Huddersfield Town v Barnsley: Kasey Palmer and Sessi D'Almeida battle for the ball.
Huddersfield Town v Barnsley: Kasey Palmer and Sessi D'Almeida battle for the ball.

Why not check out a non-league club match instead?

The annual initiative takes place on the international weekend to raise the profile of lower league football clubs.

Check out where you can go here.

Debris on motorway

Watch out if you’re planning on travelling!

Stock pic: M62 Junction 24 to 25 section, Ainley Top area.
Stock pic: M62 Junction 24 to 25 section, Ainley Top area. (Image: Stock picture)

Reports of one lane closed due to debris on road on M62 Eastbound at J25 A644 (Brighouse).
Lane two (of four) is reportedly closed, traffic coping well.

Holmfirth Wartime Weekend

Holmfirth turns back the clock for the Wartime Weekend
Holmfirth turns back the clock for the Wartime Weekend

Don’t forget that it’s Holmfirth Wartime Weekend this weekend.

Beware of British Gas scammers

Don’t get caught out in a fake British Gas bill scam.

Are you protected from cyber criminals?
Are you protected from cyber criminals?

Fraudsters are sending the fake emails out that look like a genuine gas bill.

There is a link on it which, if clicked on, installs ransomware on to the computer.

The ransomware then locks the computer and the fraudsters then demand money to unlock it.

Detective Inspector Benn Kemp of West Yorkshire Police’s Cyber Crime Team, said:

“This is a nationwide fraud that we are aware of and I would urge people to be on their guard.

West Yorkshire Police
West Yorkshire Police

“I would ask people to never open an email unless they are certain of the credentials of the sender and to share our message with other people.

“British Gas for example always send personal emails and will usually quote the customer’s account number. Their links are always www.britishgas.co.uk.

“You should also regularly update your anti virus and browsers, avoid public wifi connections when doing things like internet banking and back up all your files.”

If you have been affected by this, or any other scam, report it to Action Fraud by calling 0300 123 2040

Quiz time!

Let’s get your post-lunch brain back into action.

Can you answer these questions on the week’s news?

Answers will follow in around 10 mins- no cheating!

1. Who has been sworn in as Brazil’s new president?

2. Which energy company has attracted the highest number of customer complaints among energy companies for a second consecutive quarter?

3. Which Great British Bake Off contestant has left the show after crumbling under the pressure of biscuit week?

4. Which influential Tory MP has criticised the Government’s obesity plan as “disappointing”?

News round-up

Here’s a round up of our top stories so far today

Jake Mangel-Wurzel at his burnt out home. The 78-year-old hoarder has been ordered to remove his possessions from adjacent public land
Jake Mangel-Wurzel at his burnt out home. The 78-year-old hoarder has been ordered to remove his possessions from adjacent public land

Jake Mangle-Wurzel has been told to remove his belongings from the Lindley Moor field he lives in.

Colin Appleyard cars on Lockwood Road, Folly Hall
Colin Appleyard cars on Lockwood Road, Folly Hall (Image: Google)

David Smith was having problems with his new car - so he smashed up a vehicle in Colin Appleyard showroom.

Eric Edwards and Sons lorry loses its load on Knowl Road in Mirfield
Eric Edwards and Sons lorry loses its load on Knowl Road in Mirfield

And a huge container has fallen off a lorry in Mirfield.

Council orders removal of restaurant sign

Is white aluminium better than a rustic wooden sign?

Kirklees Council seem to think so

Apply for a piece of the safer community fund pie

Have an idea to make your community safer?

You can apply here

Do you have an emergency plan of action for your home?

Sounds ominous!.

...But it’s actually quite handy

Kirklees Council’s guide contains a checklist so you can face everything from flooding, severe weather, power cuts and utility failures in your home.

Queuing traffic in Stocksbridge

Queueing traffic on A616 in both directions between B6088 Manchester Road and Midhope Cliff Lane. In the roadworks area.
On the route between Sheffield the Woodhead Pass.

Stirley Community Farm food festival

Mmmmmm!Don’t forget it’s Stirley Community Farm food festival this Sunday.

Missing teens found safe and well

Missing 14-year-olds Shamara Guy and Victoria Barker have been found safe and well.

Shamara Guy, left, and Victoria Barker
Shamara Guy, left, and Victoria Barker (Image: West Yorkshire Police)

West Yorkshire Police thanked members of the public and the media for their help.

Train delay

Update for you.

The 9.38 Hull to Manchester Piccadilly train which goes through Huddersfield due 11.32 will be 14 minutes late according to Transpennine Express.

Train delays

Beware! Delays on trains from Dewsbury to Huddersfield

Burglary prevention

Good warning to students- and everyone else, in fact!

Here’s a round up of some of the big stories so far this morning in the UK.

Image result for eu logo

A new pro-EU campaign group has called for Britain to retain its membership of the single market as it lays out its “ambitious” demands for a post-Brexit UK.

First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins Vote Remain MSPs at Holyrood in Edinburgh
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon joins Vote Remain MSPs at Holyrood in Edinburgh

Nicola Sturgeon will today launch a fresh bid to convince Scots to back independence, hailing the drive as the “biggest ever political listening exercise”.

The Government is facing fresh calls to accelerate action on the refugee crisis on the anniversary of the death of Syrian boy Alan Kurdi whose image prompted a global outcry.

Museums, libraries and leisure centres in England have seen their council funding plunge by almost a third since 2010, with officials warning of more “difficult decisions” to come.

Fancy starring in a film?

Lorry loses its load on Knowl Road in Mirfield
Lorry loses its load on Knowl Road in Mirfield

Police have just confirmed that Knowl Road in Mirfield is closed due to a lorry losing its load.

The Cheshire-based Eric Edwards and Sons vehicle collided with a wall at around 9.20am this morning.

No one was hurt in the incident.

Not good!

How does your bin collection compare?