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Some breaking regional news this afternoon. Three people have been found guilty of fraud relating to past financial matters at Kings Science Academy in Bradford.
Former principal and founder Sajid Hussain Raza, former finance director Daud Khan and former head of department Shabana Hussain will all be sentenced in September.
Speaking after the verdict at Leeds Crown Court, Senior Investigating Officer Detective Superintendent Jon Morgan, said: “This was a complex inquiry which involved a thorough investigation of all aspects of the school’s governance and its finances over a number of years.
“Raza, Hussain and Khan were in positions of trust, stealing thousands of pounds of public money which was intended for the development of a newly formed academy.
“They acted selfishly and dishonestly in obtaining these funds and I would like to thank everyone who has helped uncover their unscrupulous activities and brought them to justice.”
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Another way Yorkshire Day is being celebrated. Holidaymakers and relatives were treated to a spot off brass at Leeds Bradford Airport today.
Otley Brass Band were invited to come along and serenade the crowds with a rendition of On Ilkley Moor Baht’At, reminding them to miss home while they’re on their jollies.
Traffic on the A1 northbound near Wetherby is at standstill this afternoon. Avoid if you can:
Kirklees Community Sports Awards
Ian Holloway has written off Huddersfield Town’s Championship chances and predicts they will get relegated!
While other sources are saying Town will perform much better in 2016/17, Holloway has pinned his colours to the mast and marked them for the trapdoor.
Some stunning pictures for you if you’re mindlessly scrolling the web over your lunch break.
Beautiful photographs that prove Yorkshire is well and truly God’s Own County.
This is lovely:
Our most popular story on the web so far today is the report of travellers overstaying their welcome in the Sainsbury’s Shorehead car park.
Around 15 caravans set up camp in the car park on Friday taking between 80 and 100 places.
An update for you if you heading to/from Leeds today. There’s slow traffic and one lane closed due to broken down vehicle on the M621 Westbound between J1 and M62 J27 for Gildersome. Traffic is slow but coping.
A lovely story in today’s paper. Widower Derek Mansfield was left lost for words when he stumbled across a hidden poetry collection written by his late wife Lily.
The retired Quarmby resident was tidying a bureau when he found the forgotten poetry which detailed Lily’s life working in the textile mills.
Never mind, Lancashire...
We have a winner! Following our story on the range of new Yorkshire emojis last week, broadband providers Plusnet have announced the one to join our keyboards.
The company wrote on Facebook: “We’re thrilled to announce that your winner of Plusnet’s Yorkshire Day Emoji campaign is the white rose.
“We think it’s the perfect choice to celebrate all things Yorkshire!
“Stay tuned for more updates as we take the next steps to make it official.”
The emojis mark Yorkshire Day and also included a flat cap and a tea cosy. Read the original story here.
We’ve come up with ten reasons why Yorkshire is so chuffin’ brilliant! Have a read and let us know if we’ve missed out any.
More details on the incident at Barnsley Road this morning:
A police spokesperson said: “Police were called at 09.11 this morning to Bar Lane at Newhall Road to reports of a three-vehicle collision.”
The collision involved a white Audi A4, grey BMW and a silver VW Golf. Damage was caused to the vehicles but no-one was injured.
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Accident on Barnsley Road
Reports of an accident on Barnsley Road this morning. Traffic is busy, we’ll let you know when we hear more about this. Bar Lane is blocked in both directions due to an accident between New Hall Lane and Stocksmoor Road.
HTAFC - honorary third kit!
There’s been a tremendous positive reaction from fans to Huddersfield Town’s third kit in honour of Ray Wilson and the England 1966 World Cup heroes.
Launched to mark the 50th anniversary of Wilson’s effort in helping England win the World Cup, the new red shirt features his signature and a white club badge.
Brilliant job by the Honley community to keep spirits high today! Stay with us as we update you on events happening across town today.
Some breaking news across the border this morning. A 12-year-old boy and three teenagers have been charged with murder after a man died following an attack in Ashton-under-Lyne, Manchester.
The suspects, aged 12, 16, 16, and 17, who cannot be named for legal reasons, are due before Oldham magistrates this morning.
Father-of-four Bradley Moore died after being attacked outside a McDonald’s restaurant in Ashton town centre.
Mr Moore, aged in his 40s, suffered serious injuries to his head and abdomen.
Yorkshire Day further afield...
Holmfirth artist Ashley Jackson and local poet Milly Johnson are in London today waving the Yorkshire flag:
A lot of people are heading into Halifax for Yorkshire Day celebrations later. How will you be celebrating?
There’s a busy stretch of traffic on the M62 Westbound approaching the Brighouse junction.
It seems to disperse soon after the junction but it’s busy coming off the motorway leading up to Cooper Bridge.
Calder Valley Mountain Rescue
This just in from over Todmorden way. Calder Valley search teams were out in force yesterday evening after a mountain biker fell from his bike cycling downhill on the MTB course. The early indication was the rider had broken both arms in the fall and was treated accordingly.
The team were called at 5.22pm and joined the Yorkshire Ambulance Service Rapid Response paramedic and ambulance crew to treat the casualty and bring his pain under control. The cyclist was put onto a vacuum mattress and evacuated a short distance to the ambulance.
Here is the latest we have on the man who was stabbed in the neck in Milnsbridge on Saturday which is today’s front page story. We will be updating you on his condition and any developments as we get them.
A little belter! Tyrone Nurse’s daughter Penelope helps hims celebrate after the boxer claims the British Lightweight Championship title. Read the whole story here.
And what happened when reporter Dave Himelfield joined the Real Ale Trail over the weekend? Find out here, as concerns grown the popular crawl has gone off the rails.