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Adam Hammill leaves Huddersfield Town

Adam Hammill has left Huddersfield Town after his contract was terminated by mutual consent.

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The 27 year-old winger’s contract was due to run until 30 June 2016.

Hammill made 49 appearances in the 2013/14 season, finishing top of the Club’s assist chart.

Under Chris Powell as manager, however, he made one start and one substitute appearance at the start of the 2014/15 season before leaving to join Rotherham United on loan, where he made four starts and 10 substitute appearances.

This season he has played 18 competitive minutes for the first team this season across two substitute appearances.

After discussions with Adam, we made the decision that this was the best option for everyone concerned. The timing gives Adam the chance to find himself another club and make a clean start in his career.

– Chris Powell, Huddersfield Town manager

Butterfield nears Terriers exit

Jacob Butterfield is on the verge of leaving Huddersfield Town after a fee in the region of £5 million was agreed with Derby County on transfer deadline day.

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The Bradford-born midfielder played more than 50 games at The John Smith's Stadium since joining from Middlesbrough last summer.

He was also voted the club's Player of the Season last season.

The former Barnsley star is set for a medical at iPro Stadium this afternoon.

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Leeds sign Congolese winger from Excelsior

Leeds United have signed Congolese winger Jordan Botaka from Dutch club Excelsior.

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The 22-year-old is the club's eighth summer signing.

Jelavic leaves Hull for West Ham

Nikica Jelavic has completed his transfer from Hull City to West Ham United.

Two teenagers stabbed close to Leeds West Indian Carnival route

Police are appealing for information after two teenagers were stabbed close to the Leeds West Indian Carnival route yesterday.

Officers called to Luxor Road, Harehills, shortly after 3.45pm, found two 17-year-old men with serious stab wounds.

They were taken to Leeds General Infirmary for treatment. One of them is currently in a serious but stable condition and the other has serious but not life-threatening injuries.

"We believe the incident took place in Lambton View which is close to the Leeds West Indian Carnival route and so would have been very busy at the time.

"We have spoken to a number of people who were at the scene but are still keen to hear from anyone who either witnessed the incident itself or who has any information that could assist the investigation.

"There is nothing to suggest the incident was linked to the carnival itself other than the location in which it occurred. Officers from the local neighbourhood policing team are conducting additional patrols in the area to reassure local residents.

– Detective Sergeant Rob Stabler, of Leeds District CID

Leeds Festival lost property: Dozens of items yet to be claimed

One hundred driving licences, 96 mobile phones and 172 bank cards are among items being held in lost property after this weekend's Leeds Festival.

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More than 70,000 music lovers watched over 200 bands perform on eight stages at the three day event.

Authorities are holding on to dozens of items lost at Bramham Park and want revellers to get in touch to claim the goods.

All enquiries are being dealt with via email: lostleedsfest@gmail.com. Items can be claimed up to six week after the festival has closed.

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NHS England commissions BME cancer project

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An organisation looking into healthcare for black and minority ethnic people says they're concerned that cancer care is not equal to what is offered to white patients.

NHS England has commissioned community organisation Black Health Initiative to work on a BME Cancer project, which will attempt to understand and address the disparities in care.

Black Health Initiative say that deaths from breast cancer are higher for Black and South Asian women than for white women. They also claim that are that prosthetics are often not appropriate to skin tone and interpreters aren't routinely used to aid communication with patients.

NHS England say they are working to reduce experiences of poor care.

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