The attraction at Bretton was handed the accolade at last night's Art Fund awards at the National Gallery in London
Fire crews were called to a house in Elland in the early hours to an arson attack. A man in his 60s was alerted by a smoke alarm and managed to extinguish the fire which broke out in his hall at 3.23am. No one was injured. An investigation is underway. Police believe the ignition started via his letter box.More »
Reports coming in are that the car has crashed into the central reservation on the M62. Police helicopter has been spotted over head.More »
Okay, looks like quite a bad crash. Its affecting three of four lanes on the Westbound (Manchester) carriageway between Ainley Top and Brighouse.More »
Just hearing reports of a crash on the M62 at junction 25. Will keep checking the latest now.More »
Good afternoon Huddersfield. I'm just checking the latest. Plenty of police appeals today so I'm busy, busy.More »
That's all from me. Louise Cooper will be with you shortly.More »
NATIONAL: Police reinforcements racing to the Hillsborough disaster - in which 96 Liverpool fans died - to stop "fighting on the pitch" were told to "wipe the smiles off your faces because people are dying", the inquest heard.
With "adrenaline pumping" it was suggested officers were "looking forward" to dealing with the pitch invaders as initially they thought they were being called to a public order incident, not a fatal crushing on the terraces.
Stephen Simblet, representing some of the families of the 96 people who died, questioned Richard Barnes, a police sergeant with South Yorkshire Police, but at the time of the 1989 disaster, a PC with less than two years' service.
NATIONAL: Scotland's First Minister is being unfair to voters in the independence referendum by "promising milk and honey" when he should be spelling out the "painful choices a separate Scotland would have to make", a leading UK Government minister has claimed.More »