The parents of a baby who died in hospital, are calling for a review into NHS Guidelines and holiday resources.Read the full story ›
Jordan Sheils, aged 19, was last seen at his home address in the Halifax area yesterday evening.Read the full story ›
Detectives are issuing new CCTV images and renewed appeal to trace missing man Craig Alderson who has been missing for several weeksRead the full story ›
Detectives are renewing an appeal to help find a 'vulnerable' man who has not been seen for nine months.Read the full story ›
An event is being held in Mytholmroyd tonight to celebrate the success of local Rio heroes.Read the full story ›
Asbestos had been discovered in a disused tip uncovered when the Boxing Day floods caused a landslip near Scout Road Academy in Mytholmroyd.Read the full story ›
Huddersfield and Calderdale Clinical Commissioning Groups have voted unanimously for the closure of Huddersfield A&ERead the full story ›
Police investigating burglaries in Calderdale have released pictures of two men they urgently want to trace.
Brandon Wadsworth, who is 19 and Lee Woodhead aged 20, are wanted iin connection with the allegations which have happened in the last ten days. They are known to often be in the company of a third male.
Brandon Wadsworth is described as white, 5"9 tall and of proportionate build. He has brown short straight hair and brown eyes. He speaks with a Yorkshire accent.
Lee Woodhead is of a similar description to Brandon with light brown straight hair with a tidy parting and blue eyes. He speaks with a deep Yorkshire accent.
We need to trace these two as a matter of urgency. I would strongly urge anyone who sees them - either out and about or in a vehicle - not to approach them but to contact police immediately on 999 rather than approaching these individuals."
Smoking outside council buildings in Calderdale could be banned if recommendations to clamp down on smoking are approved.
The council will consider proposals today which would also see the removal of smoking shelters outside council buildings by 2017.
Controversial plans to close Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's Accident and Emergency department and centralise emergency care at Calderdale Royal Hospital, in Halifax have been given the thumbs down by local residents.
The results of a 14-week consultation have been released and 80% of people living in Huddersfield who completed the official survey believe it would make the care they receive worse, with 50% of both Huddersfield and Calderdale residents saying the plan would lead to a decline in their care.
A final decision will be made on 20 October.