The family of Isaac Nash who went missing after being swept out to sea last summer have presented a cheque for £10,000 to the RNLI.Read the full story ›
The parents of a 12-year-old boy who drowned a year ago whilst on holiday in Wales have returned to the resort to thank the RNLI crew who tried to find him in rough seas.
Isaac Nash was lost after getting into difficulties at Trearddur Bay in Anglesey, where a plaque has been unveiled in his memory.
Isaac's parents, Adam and Zoe, from Huddersfield, returned to Treardurr Bay to present a cheque for £10,000 to the RNLI there, the money from a trust fund set up in Isaac's memory.
The family and friends of a 12-year-old boy from Huddersfield, who drowned a year ago whilst on holiday in Wales, are today handing over a cheque for £10,000 to the RNLI involved in the search for him.
Isaac Nash, from Kirkburton, was washed out to sea at Aberffraw on Anglesey in North Wales. A major search by Holyhead Coastguard, RNLI and the RAF helicopter lasting several days failed to find his body.
The Isaac Nash Trust was set up following the tragedy with the dream of raising over £100,000 to create a scooter park for local youngsters near where Isaac lived.
Today a number of Isaac's friends as well as his grandfather are attending Trearddur Bay RNLI lifeboat's annual open day where Isaac's parents,Adam and Zoe, will hand over the cheque.
An eighteen-year-old man from Huddersfield has been released on bail as part of an investigation in to hacking by the National Crime Agency. Five other men across the country were also arrested for allegedly using 'Lizard Stresser' - a programme that can take websites offline for up to eight hours at a time.
All six men are suspected of maliciously deploying Lizard Stresser, having bought the tool using alternative payment services such as Bitcoin in a bid to remain anonymous. Organisations believed to have been targeted by the suspects include a leading national newspaper, a school, gaming companies and a number of online retailers.
“By paying a comparatively small fee, tools like Lizard Stresser can cripple businesses financially and deprive people of access to important information and public services.
“This multi-agency operation illustrates the commitment of the NCA and its partners to pursuing people who think they can criminally disrupt important public services or legitimate businesses.”
“One of our key priorities is to engage with those on the fringes of cyber criminality, to help them understand the consequences of cyber crime and how they can channel their abilities into productive and lucrative legitimate careers.”
Chris Powell has become an ambassador for the Football Foundation. The first-team manager of Huddersfield Town FC is a highly-respected and experienced figure in the game, with a glittering playing career with stints at Charlton Athletic FC, West Ham United FC and Leicester City FC, as well as earning five England caps under Sven Göran Eriksson. He also served as chairman of the Professional Footballers’ Association (PFA) for the last five years of his career.
‘‘I am delighted to become an Ambassador for the Football Foundation. It is fantastic charity that does an incredibly important job. “Investing in more quality community sports facilities means that more people get to enjoy the benefits of playing regular sport, purely for the love of it. It is also critical to encouraging more home-grown players to come through from the grassroots. “The Foundation has developed 15 years’ experience of directing facilities investment into where it is most needed and where it will have the biggest impact. It does not just give money and walk away – the Foundation ensures that the facilities are financially sustainable and are used to their full potential for years after they have been built. “The £1.3bn of grassroots projects that have been delivered by the Foundation since 2000 is a testament to what an effective charitable vehicle that its Funders have created and I’m delighted to support the cause.”
“We are absolutely thrilled to have Chris’ on board as a Football Foundation Ambassador. As well as being a top player and manager, he has always been very popular and respected in the game. “To have Chris helping us get the message out about the positive impact that the Foundation’s investment of our Funders’ contributions is having on grassroots football, and the many other sports that benefit from Foundation funding, is a fantastic boost for us at the start of the new season!”
Funded by the Premier League, The FA, and the Government (via Sport England), the Football Foundation is the country’s largest sports charity. Since it was launched in 2000, the Foundation has awarded around 13,000 grants worth more than £530m towards improving grassroots sport, which it has used to attract additional partnership funding of over £740m – meaning it has delivered nearly £1.3bn of grassroots investment.
A 17-year-old from Huddersfield has been charged with murder following an incident on Elmfield Avenue in the early hours of Sunday morning which resulted in the death of 22-year-old Sean Annandale.
A second man, 23-year-old Shervin Soltani, also from Huddersfield, has been charged with Assisting an Offender.
Both have been detained and will appear at Kirklees Magistrates Court on Wednesday 26th August.
West Yorkshire Police investigating the death of a man at Elmfield Avenue in Huddersfield on Sunday have formally identified the victim as Sean Annandale, who was from the town.
A 17-year-old male and a 23-year-old man, who have both been arrested on suspicion of murder, remain in custody.
A 34-year-old man arrested in connection with the investigation has been released without charge.
A murder investigation is underway in Huddersfield after the death of a 22-year-old man. Detectives said three men have been arrested on suspicion of murder. David Hirst reports.
Detectives investigating a murder in Huddersfield have made a third arrest. Earlier this morning two men aged 23 and 34 were taken into custody on suspicion of murder following a disturbance at Elmfield Avenue.
Detectives have launched a murder investigation in Huddersfield following a disturbance early this morning.
Police say they were called at about 2am to Elmfield Avenue. A 22-year old man had been injured and was taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary where he died as a result of his injuries.
A murder enquiry was launched and two men aged 23 and 34 have now been arrested on suspicion of murder. A third male is being sought in connection with the incident.
"Active enquiries are ongoing and I would appeal for anyone who witnessed the disturbance or anyone who has any information relating to the incident to contact the police.
"Anyone who has information should contact Huddersfield Police on 101 referencing log 225 of the 23rd or Crimestoppers, anonymously, on 0800 555 111."