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Two for Watkins as Bridge go second

Sowerby Bridge went second when they won the only game in the Haslem-Sheppard Halifax AFL’s top flight on Saturday.

Football

SLIDESHOW: Fantastic fundraising across Calderdale for Children in Need

Fundraisers across Calderdale put on their Pudsey ears to raise money for this year’s Children in Need appeal.

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Burglary victim speaks out about 'disturbing' crime for West Yorkshire campaign

A burglary victim has spoken out as part of a West Yorkshire Police campaign against the crime.
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Heath v Beverley
Si Brown try

Painful return for Heath

Heath crashed out of the Yorkshire Shield on Saturday, losing 33-10 at Beverley’s Beaver Park ground where they had gone down to a last minute try in Yorkshire One seven days earlier.

Rugby
Jack Cork heads the opening goal against Swansea

Headmaster Cork loving life at Turf Moor

Headmaster Jack Cork is loving life at Turf Moor after his summer move from Swansea City.
Football
Hullensians vs Old Rishworthians
Fraser Swarbrooke tackles

Late try sinks Rishworthians

Old Rishworthians, the only one of Calderdale’s six rugby union clubs in league action yesterday, lost 29-20 away to Hullensians in Yorkshire One.

Rugby
Brighouse Town v Atherton

 Aaron martin

Poor home form continues

It is back to the drawing board for Brighouse Town, who crashed 3-0 at home to fellow strugglers Atherton Collieries in the Evo-Stik NPL yesterday.

Football
Ashley Barnes celebrates his goal with Jeff Hendrick

'Our march to the Champions League continues' - Burnley fans react to Swansea victory

Burnley fans took to social media following this afternoon's victory over Swansea City.

Football

Dyche not getting ahead of himself after third straight win

Clarets boss Sean Dyche isn’t getting carried away after his side claimed a third-successive Premier League win for the first time.
Football

Burnley 2, Swansea City 0

Burnley won three top flight games on the bounce for the first time since 1975 when Jack Cork haunted his former club in a 2-0 win against Swansea City.
Football
From short walks and comfortable towpaths to marathon hikes and mud ...

From short walks and comfortable towpaths to marathon hikes and mud ...

After the strains of long walks and largely fruitless matches on Yorkshire’s rivers, I treated myself on Sunday joining the competition on Saltaire’s lengths of the Leeds Liverpool canal at Shipley, writes Tim Worsnop.

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Ashley Barnes celebrates scoring his first goal of the season.

As it happened: Burnley 2, Swansea City 0

First half goals from former Swan Jack Cork and Ashley Barnes ensured Burnley won three successive Premier League games for the first time.
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John  in rehearsals (picture from our archives)

Halifax Choral 200th celebrations - MD John’s a perfect fit with choir

With a partnership of more than 30 years standing, there is no doubt that Halifax Choral Society and John Pryce-Jones are pretty much a perfect fit.

Music
Mincemeat pies

Mincemeat pies

I know it’s a little early but I love mincemeat pies and as such I can’t help but share the recipe for these festive favourite says Alasdair Nunn of RachAls Kitchen Ltd, the Halifax based caterer.

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Soul man Hamish picks up the pieces at new venue

Soul man Hamish picks up the pieces at new venue

James Brown Is Annie feat.Hamish Stuart

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Chris Grayling boards a train in York on his way to Horsforth. Picture: Gary Longbottom

‘Look at what we’re doing’: Grayling comes out fighting on Northern transport

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has come out fighting over his department’s commitment to the North as he insisted the region’s leaders have all the same powers to improve services as their counterparts in London.

Politics
Jack Cork fends off Southampton's Nathan Redmond in the 1-0 Premier League win at St Mary's.

Clarets midfielder Cork feared England chance had escaped him

Burnley's Jack Cork feared that dreams of an England call had escaped him but situations can change quickly in football and the midfielder is now playing for a place at the World Cup in Russia.

Football
May King Tsang a trainer at the Google Digital Garage in Sheffield

Google confirms it will extend ‘digital bus tour’ in Yorkshire

Search engine giant Google is extending its Digital Garage ‘bus tour’ in Yorkshire to offer people of all ages digital training and advice through free workshops and face-to-face coaching.

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Send us your Children in Need fundraising snaps

People in Calderdale are putting on their Pudsey ears to raise money for this year's Children in Need appeal.
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Mock the Week’s madcap Milton is having a laugh with his one-liners

Mock the Week’s madcap Milton is having a laugh with his one-liners

Milton Jones

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