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Slow traffic on M62 Westbound between J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor) and J21 A640 (Milnrow).
Traffic easing on M62 Westbound before J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor).
Affecting traffic heading towards Manchester. Speed sensors show drivers trying to divert from the motorway.
Firefighters and support staff from West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service have been recognised for their long service and dedication.
Twelve firefighters were awarded the Fire Service Long Service and Good Conduct Medal, which was introduced by Royal Warrant in 1954.
It is only granted to firefighters and control room staff who have completed 20 years of outstanding service.
This year’s presenting officer was the Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, Dr Ingrid Roscoe BA, PhD, FSA. Awards were presented at West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service HQ in Birkenshaw on Saturday, 18 June.
Traffic building up on A629 Calderdale Way Westbound between A6025 Halifax Road and A6026 Wakefield Road/B6112 Stainland Road.
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A man has been jailed for 11 years after he was convicted of trying to murder a fellow drinker by cutting his throat in an Asda store.
The jury at Leeds Crown Court were shown CCTV footage in the Mill Street West store in Dewsbury which captured the moment Wayne Walshaw tried to kill John Secker in a revenge attack.
Mr Secker was taken to Leeds General Infirmary and found to have a six-inch laceration across his throat which required surgery to close it but had not damaged the windpipe or major blood vessels.
Police are believed to be still hunting a man following an incident in which armed officers were called to Huddersfield train station.
A man went onto the tracks and into one of the tunnels last night, leading to police closing the tunnel which caused widespread disruption to train services.
It happened after West Yorkshire Police officers had gone to the station as part of drug dealing investigations at about 8pm.
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Were you affected by this? People doing the Right Care Right Time Right Place survey online last night were furious when it closed an hour earlier than the deadline.
The CCG have now apologised for the “technical” error and have extended the survey’s deadline to Friday afternoon.
One of Huddersfield’s more leafy suburbs, although not usually leafy in this sense...
A two-year-old boy missing from home is believed to be in Batley.
Police are appealing for anyone in the area who may have sighted Musa Bham, who was last seen leaving home in Bolton with his father Abdullah Bham on Sunday June 5th.
He was reported missing to police on Friday 17 June and police are appealing to members of the public to help trace the pair.
After initial enquiries, they are believed to be in the Batley area.
Detective Inspector, Mark Colman, of Kirklees District Police, said: “We are appealing to the public to come forward with any information to help us trace Musa and Abdullah Bham.
“Although I would like to stress that we do not believe Musa to be in any danger, his family are growing increasingly concerned about him and desperate for his return.
“I would like to urge anyone who have any information about the pair’s whereabouts to contact the police via 101.”
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Traffic easing, rolling road block lifted and sheep no longer on road on M62 in both directions between J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor) and J21 A640 (Milnrow). Note change of direction.
Affecting traffic from Huddersfield towards Rochdale.
Police are appealing for information after a motorbike rider was injured in a collision in Gomersal.
At about 9.10pm yesterday, a white Kawasaki bike was travelling along Spen Lane towards Birstall when its 26-year-old rider came off by the Post Office.
The male from Cleckheaton was taken to hospital with multiple injuries, which were not believed to be life threatening.
Officers have spoken to the driver of a black Vauxhall Astra which was seen in the area at the time, but would like to hear from anyone who saw the collision or the movements of either vehicle prior to it.
Information can be passed to the Safer Roads and Neighbourhood Support team on 101, quoting log *1711 of 21 June.
Traffic easing following earlier broken down vehicle on M62 Westbound before J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor).
Today would have been Jo Cox’s 42nd birthday.
We have looked at five ways that Jo helped refugees as part of Refugee Week
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Reaction is flooding in to the new football fixtures which were released this morning.
For Huddersfield Town there’s a tough start, festive gifts and more.
And nothing has got fans chattering more excitedly today than August’s away trips. There is more here.
One lane is still closed westbound on the M62 due to a broken down lorry.
It’s near junction 22 (Rishworth Moor).
The lorry is having a tyre changed, and it has left one lane closed with traffic building up.
It’s the big vote tomorrow, and Huddersfield politics expert Pete Woodcock is adamant the EU referendum is the most important political issue of our generation.
And he insists that everyone must find out what they can about the EU and what it means to each of us, and turn out to vote.
Dr Woodcock, of the University of Huddersfield, urged people to get down the pub, or invite friends around, to chat about the merits of In or Out. You can see more here.
Huddersfield’s bus gates could net the council more than £1m a year.
Kirklees Council’s controversial scheme to ban motorists from key routes into the town centre was launched last February. You can see more here.
It’s that time of the year again - the release of the football fixtures for next season.
And Huddersfield Town have been handed a revenge mission against Brentford at home on the first day of the new season – followed by two massive away games.
Brentford visit the John Smith’s Stadium on Saturday, August 6, exactly 91 days after rounding off the last Championship campaign with a crushing 5-1 win at the same venue.
David Wagner’s side then travel to two of the sides relegated from the Premier League – Newcastle United in their first away game on Saturday, August 13, and Aston Villa the following Tuesday.
You can see more here.
Yet more problems on the M62 but hopefully this one won’t last long.
One lane is closed and there is slow traffic due to a broken down lorry westbound between junction 22 (Rishworth Moor) and junction 21 (Milnrow).
The lorry is getting a tyre changed, and lane one is closed.
It’s affecting traffic heading from Huddersfield towards Manchester.