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Thumbs up from Town chairman Dean Hoyle
There's an offer David Wagner can't refuse
The Sun Inn, Rastrick, says the Town manager can eat and drink at the pub for free.
Luckily no-one was hurt in this
Promotion souvenir copy
Loads of you have been asking where you can get a copy of today’s paper - a promotion souvenir special!
Our separate live updates for Town's victory parade
As preparations begin for Town’s victory parade this afternoon, you can follow our live updates here.
This includes the party being set up in St George’s Square as well as all the information on road closures and changes to bus services.
We’ll continue to provide live coverage on the parade as it happens. Woohoo!
Plea for witnesses to Dewsbury burlgary
Police want your help in investigating a burglary at a home in Dewsbury.
A number of items were taken in the burglary at a storeoom in the car park of a block of flats on Bradford Road, including power tools, a suitcase (similar to that pictured below) and men’s clothing. The burglary is believed to have occurred between 11am on May 22 and 6.35am on May 26. A Ryobi Drill, Ryobi saw and Ryobi Impact Driver, two suits and several shirts were among the items stolen.
Det Con Coates of Kirklees CID said: “I would appeal to anyone who has any information on this burglary to please get in touch with police. I would also ask anyone who may have been offered or sold the items taken in the burglary, or anyone who has any information on the whereabouts of the items taken, to please get in contact.”
Sneak peek of Town's champions' bus
First glimpse of Town’s open top bus!
We are so excited...
Five-week roadworks start today
Five weeks of roadworks to replace a 50-year-old water pipe begin in Calderdale today.
Yorkshire Water contractors Morrison Utility Services are undergoing the work on Beestonley Lane in Stainland. The current pipe is in very poor condition and has burst multiple times over the past several years.
Some 580 metres of pipe needs to be re-laid, so be aware of possible delays in the area in the coming weeks.
Teenager charged with sending threatening tweets to American singer
A teenager from West Yorkshire is to appear in court after allegedly sending threatening tweets to an American singer.
The 15-year-old boy, who cannot be named for legal reasons, is reported to have threatened the unnamed singer ahead of a concert date in South Yorkshire.
South Yorkshire Police have investigated the incident over the weekend and issued the teen with a summons last night. He will appear at court at a later date.
Ch Insp Lydia Lynskey said: “We will always investigate any incident reported to us, and I would urge people to please consider what they post on social media, as while it may only be meant in jest, it could cause serious distress or alarm to a number of people.”
M62 updates - separate live blog
We’ve set up a separate live blog for updates on what’s happening on the M62.
Three lanes closed on M62 westbound near Brighouse
Oh dear - it’s the M62’s turn now.
Three lanes have been closed westbound due to an overturned car and caravan between junctions 25 and 26 for Brighouse and Chain Bar.
M1 re-opens as man on bridge is "safe with officers"
The M1 has now re-opened - however delays are severe with congestion back several miles.
Do avoid it for now if possible. Police have said: “Emergency services responding to concerns for the welfare of a man on the bridge over the M1 have confirmed that the man is now down from the bridge and safely with officers.”
This could have been a terrible tragedy - a thanks to police for saving another life.
Incidents in Bradley and Deighton unrelated
We have confirmation from police that the two incidents in Bradley and Deighton are unrelated.
Police attended an address in Deighton earlier responding to reports of a suspected illegal firearms possession. This incident is no longer ongoing and no arrests have been made.
There is currently no visible police activity in Bradley but police confirmed they have been attending an address on Bradley Road.
Police activity in Deighton and Bradley
There have been numerous reports of police activity in the Deighton and Bradley areas over the past hour.
Reporter Louise Cooper has been to the scene on Deighton Road and is heading to Bradley Road, where there are reports of unmarked police vehicles. We’ll bring you updates as we have them.
There is nothing to suggest at this moment that the two are connected.
Let’s all remember to show a little understanding to those involved with this incident whilst it is ongoing.
If you need someone to talk to yourself, the Samaritans are always there 24/7 and can be reached on 116 123. We also have a guide to local and national helplines and services available for anyone who needs advice, or just someone to talk to, here.
Heavy congestion on local surrounding roads
Traffic on Dodworth Road in Barnsley, the A616 at Tankersley and Sheffield Road in Barnsley is extremely congested as people are coming off earlier to avoid the traffic - just to let you know you probably won’t get to your destination any faster this way.
M1 completely shut
Very odd seeing the M1 so empty...we will let you know as soon as we hear it has re-opened.
This is the stretch the between Huddersfield and Barnsley.
South Yorkshire Police said: “We are currently responding to concerns for the welfare of a man on the bridge over the M1 at junction 37, following numerous calls from members of the public.
“Officers are working alongside Highways England and Yorkshire Ambulance Service to minimise the risk to the individual and to minimise disruption to road users.
“The road is closed in both directions and drivers are advised that there is currently significant congestion in the area, so are advised to plan alternative routes at this time.”
Man on bridge
Police have now confirmed that the incident they are responding to is numerous reports of a man on a bridge
Major delays on M1 in both directions as police deal with incident
Congestion on the M1 is back to Huddersfield now - a part of the motorway has been closed as police are dealing with an incident.
We’ll let you know as soon as we have any updates.
Here’s the scene around junction 38 northbound.
Search for missing Calderdale man
Have you seen missing Hebden Bridge man Christopher Mulligan?
The 26-year-old has now not been seen for five days and police are becoming increasingly worried about him. He is described as white, 5ft6 tall, with short mousy brown hair and a short brown beard. It is thought he could be in the Rochdale or Burnley area.
Detective Inspector Craig Lord of Calderdale CID, said: “Christopher has not been seen Thursday and his family and friends are understandably very worried about him. I would appeal directly to Christopher, or anyone who sees him to get in contact immediately.” Call police on 101 quoting log 702 of Thursday 25 May.
Well-timed picture of players celebrating from the stands
What a fabulous picture!
Delays on M1 in both directions due to police incident
Delays on the M1 if you’re travelling north or south currently - this is around the junction for Sheffield North due to a police incident.
CCTV appeal after man abused on train
Do you recognise these men? Police want to speak to them after a football fan was hit with a tirade of abuse on a train.
The Manchester City fan was travelling on a Kings Cross to Leeds service when a group of men in the same carriage began verbally abusing him. He was also pushed in the chest by a member of the group.
Investigating officer rank PC Saleh Ali said: “I am keen to speak to the two men in the CCTV images as they may have information which could help with the investigation. I would also like to speak to anyone who may have witnessed this incident. Everyone has the right to travel on the rail network without fear or intimidation and are working to find the people responsible for this assault and bring them to justice.” The incident occurred on April 23 10.40pm if you can jog your memory back.
If you can help contact British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40.
Roads to close for promotion parade
We’ll bring you updates on which roads will be closed when we find out.
M621 sliproad closed
A heads up if you’re heading to Leeds today - the exit slip road at junction 4 of the M621 eastbound is currently closed until 3.30pm.
This is due to roadworks and during off-peak times only.
Lucky escape after nasty collision in Shelf
This collision in Shelf near Brighouse yesterday afternoon looked nasty - incredibly the passengers inside escaped with only minor injuries.
Sayeeda Warsi says Muslim communities should phase out face veil
Some rather controversial news - Dewsbury-born Baroness Warsi has said this morning that she would like to see the face veil disappear in Britain within 20 years.
Sayeeda Warsi, who is herself a British Muslim, has said the veil worn by many Muslim women has “no place in the landscape” and that Muslim communities must “lead the charge” on phasing it out. Baroness Warsi added she is opposed to an outright ban and that the government should not dictate what women wear.
Huddersfield woman's death being treated as "unexplained"
We have a small update on the sad news from over the weekend about a woman who was found dead at a home in Brackenhall.
A police spokesperson has said: “We are continue to investigate following the body of a 59-year-old woman was found at an address in Huddersfield.
“Officers received a call and attended an address in Fell Grove. A forensic post mortem has now taken place and no cause of death has been ascertained.
“Police are treating the death as unexplained. Enquiries are ongoing.”
Motorcyclist in hospital after crashing into wall
Police are appealing for witnesses who may have seen a motorbike crash this weekend, which has left a man seriously injured in hospital.
It occurred in Meltham on Sunday night on Huddersfield Road near the junction with Meltham Mills Road. A white Suzuki GSXR motorbike was heading towards Huddersfield when it collided with a wall at around 11.35pm.
A man in his thirties who was riding the bike suffered serious injuries and remains in a stable condition in hospital. Officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed the collision or anyone who saw the motorbike driving in the area prior to the collision to get in touch with police via 101.