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Police are seeking these men - appeal has been issued tonight
A 12-year-old boy has suffered serious leg injuries after he was struck by a car in Linthwaite.
The incident happened at around 3.35pm today on Manchester Road.
The collision involved a Vauxhall Zafira.
The road was closed for a short time but has since reopened.
Check out these pictures of local youngsters embracing the outdoors in a recent cross country challenge in Shepley.
Takes you back, doesn’t it? Anyone else here remember the bleep test? *shudders*
The news about Kirklees footing the Hunter tip clean up bill has really got you talking.
Adam Liljenkz Jenkinson said: “Not emptying my pockets for no one..i didn’t cause it or set it alight.” [sic]
Jeanette Collins said: “ If we the tax payer are expected to pick up the bill should the council not of acted on the number of complaints by the taxpayer prior to it getting out of hand and at least divulge an estimated cost of clean up”. [sic]
Sam Watt, who runs nearby Star Inn, said: “We work hard to make Huddersfield a thriving place to be & now it seems we are being punished for someone elses incompetence ... this is unfair beyond words”. [sic]
This is from our weatherman Paul Stevens
Reports of sheep on the M62 eastbound near junction 21 and 22 for Rishworth.
Ewe better take care out there...
Looks like “not-everyone’s-cup-of-tea” comedian Dapper Laughs had a hoot in the Hudd last night.
He appeared at a set at a freshers night at Five Bar on Cross Church Street. The self-styled “pick up artist” has been criticised in the past for making “degrading” comments about women.
Were you there last night? Get in touch!
A total of 106 motorists were stopped in Huddersfield in a police crackdown on hazardous driving yesterday.
Officers were on patrol on Leeds Road and Bradley Road for Project Edward - European Day Without A Road Death.
They carried out spot checks on tyres and seat belts, while stopping drivers using phones and with no insurance.
Police issued three vehicle defect tickets, two fixed penalty notices and two traffic offence reports.
PC Gardner commented “On the whole we are pleased to report that we only found, minor infringements and defects.
In the main, drivers were spoken to and educated, most were glad to have the chance to fix any problems before they possibly led to a collision”.
Yesterday we shared images posted by Kirklees Rural Police of a wedding photo album found abandoned in a bin in Holmfirth.
Looks like a not-so-happy ending for the couple, but at least police have got to the bottom of the mystery! #Awkward
Anyone else spotted this? We’ll let you know if we get any more information.
We’ve seen on Facebook that a man has been opening people’s gates and peering into gardens along Nab Lane in Mirfield.
He has been described as slim build, mixed race, having a dark-coloured goatee beard and in his mid twenties. He was also wearing a hooded top when spotted.
Be wary and if you see anything suspicious call 101.
Fire fighters attended a fire at a home in Meltham this morning.
The kitchen fire on Broadlands Road was started by a cooker and a tea light, and left the female occupant needing medical treatment for smoke inhalation.
The fire was extinguished using two breathing apparatus, one hose reel and positive pressure ventilation fans. The fire service said smoke detectors in the woman’s home had picked up on the fire.
Is anyone in the Skelmanthorpe area looking for this happy chappy? He’s been hanging out and making new friends at Skelmanthorpe Library, and police have posted the picture in a bid to trace his owner.
He looks pretty happy where he is for now, to be honest. Wonder if he’s getting his nose stuck into a copy of Harry Pawter?
Dewsbury MP Paula is in talks with the Trust today:
A former University of Huddersfield lecturer which a crippling disability has hit out at two male train passengers who refused to move from seats she had reserved.
Cat Lee, who lives in Hebden Bridge, was travelling by Virgin Rail to Skipton from London Kings Cross when she noticed the men were sat in seats she had reserved.
She suffers from chronic pain which forced her to retire early from lecturing in film theory at the University, and instead had to stay stood and in pain for more than an hour.
Writing on Facebook, Mrs Lee said: “I’m sure their wives and mothers would be proud of them.”
National news: Mary Berry has quit the Great British Bake Off, she has said.
Today marks the Autumn equinox - the first day of longer nights, colourful walks in Greenhead Park and sipping on hot chocolate in cafés in town. Weather-wise, we’ll have highs of 16 degrees around 2pm today with a bit of sun, but mainly cloudy and mild.
This beautiful picture was taken in Beaumont Park last October by Examiner photographer Julian.
There have been heavy delays on the M1 southbound this morning. All lanes have now re-opened following a lorry accident earlier, but the queues have been as far as nine miles!
Reports says traffic is beginning to clear but expect potential delays. This is the traffic a short while earlier at junction 36.
We really hate to break news like this. It seems taxpayers in Kirklees may very well end up footing the bill for the clean up at the Hunter Waste site.
The council, meanwhile, have refused to disclose to us how much public money is to be set aside for the bill.
Huddersfield Train Station has been nominated for Large Station of the Year by National Rail!
The Awards are held in London tonight. Fingers crossed for the hard-working team, and of course to Senior Pest Controller Felix.
Don’t forget to choose your favourite entry for April in the Examiner’s calendar!
Your photographs have come over all Spring today.
Happy birthday to the jewel in our crown - Huddersfield Royal Infirmary! Thanks to our hospital, thousands of people’s lives have been saved.
What are your memories of the hospital? Read our piece on the HandsOffHRI campaigners and hopes to reach the hospital’s 100th birthday here.
Morning, campers. Busy on the M62 eastbound between Hartshead and Chain Bar this morning, also busy westbound between Rishworth and Rochdale if you’re heading over the Pennines.
It’s getting very busy at Cooper Bridge, but otherwise nothing to report on the roads. There was a broken down vehicle on the M1 southbound near Ossett earlier, but that seems to have been dealt with and it’s business as usual.
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