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Two teenagers stabbed in Huddersfield town centre

Two teenagers were stabbed in an incident in Huddersfield in the early hours of this morning.

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Police were called to St Johns Road at around 1am, where two 19 year old men had been stabbed.

They were treated by paramedics and taken to hospital with non life-threatening injuries. One has been discharged. The other is still in a serious condition.


Community radio celebrates being most followed Asian station outside BBC on 1st birthday

The community radio station is based in Huddersfield Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Celebrations are taking place tonight for a community radio station which has become the most followed Asian station outside the BBC in the UK just one year after it started broadcasting.

Radio Sangam - which is based in Huddersfield - is run by 40 members of staff and volunteers who all live in the local area.

The station boasts listeners in every major city of the UK and last month expanded to DAB digital in Manchester, Birmingham and Glasgow,

More than 800 people are expected at Huddersfield Town Hall to enjoy a special celebration concert tonight to mark the station's first birthday.

Terrier sign Danish goalkeeper on loan

Jonas Lössl Credit: Huddersfield Town

Huddersfield Town have completed the signing of Danish international goalkeeper Jonas Lössl on a season-long loan from Bundesliga club FSV Mainz 05.

The 28 year-old joins the Terriers on loan until 30 June 2018, with the option to complete a permanent transfer after that.

"He was part of a club in Mainz that had a difficult season in 2016/17 and that is why we have this rare chance to take a player of his quality on loan. I trust and believe in his talent and potential."

– David Wagner, Huddersfield Town Head Coach


Duchess of York visits Huddersfield hospice

It's 30 years since a group of people in Huddersfield got together with just one thing in mind, to create and fund a hospice for the town.

In three decades, Kirkwood Hospice has cared for thousands of people - and had a £3m pound refurbishment.

To mark the anniversary, the Duchess of York, Sarah Ferguson, also a 'visiting professor' at the local university paid a visit to patients and staff.

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