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2 September 2014 Last updated at 07:13 ET

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    School supports missing boy's brother 12:39: Grace Parnell BBC Local Live

    Students and staff at Kirkburton Middle School in Huddersfield have held a special assembly for 12-year-old pupil Isaac Nash who disappeared in the sea off the coast of Anglesey on Friday.

    Gary Johnson, headteacher of Kirkburton Middle School

    Head teacher Gary Johnson said pupils were being helped to support Xander Nash, Isaac's younger brother.

    "We've spoken to the children about how they can support Xander by not asking questions - asking him and his friends to play football and make the day as normal as possible," Mr Johnson said.

    Watch: Daryl Clark's winning try 12:27: BBC Sport

    Watch Daryl Clark's opportunist try for Castleford in their 32-18 defeat of relegated Bradford Bulls.

    Warrington-bound Clark scored from long range to seal the win for the Tigers, going some way towards easing their pain of losing the Challenge Cup final to Leeds.

    Smith's 'best memories' of Leeds 12:18: Adam Pope Leeds United Commentator

    I've spoken to Matt Smith, who was sold by Leeds United yesterday for £500,000, and he says he has the best memories from his time at the club.

    Matt Smith

    He says he can't thank fans and the club enough for helping him kick-on last year and is clearly shocked the club was willing to sell him so swiftly after signing a new deal which he wanted to honour.

    He's a genuine bloke who loved Leeds United.

    Tardis-style police box on the move 12:09: Grace Parnell BBC Local Live

    More on the grade II listed police box which is being moved from Bishopgarth police station in Wakefield to its new home at Carr Gate today.

    Police box

    Supt Dave Lunn, of West Yorkshire Police, said it was unclear where the box, which dates from 1929, was used before it turned up at Bishopgarth in 1982.

    "Police boxes were used by officers on the beat to report to headquarters, and by the public to call for assistance in times of emergency," he said.

    News on the hour 11:55: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    A special assembly has been held at the school of a 12-year-old boy from Huddersfield who is feared drowned off the coast of Anglesey.

    Gary Johnson, head teacher at Kirkburton Middle, says the whole school is working to come to terms with the tragedy.

    Listen live to the midday bulletin for more.

    New home for police box 11:42: Grace Parnell BBC Local Live

    A grade II listed police box is moving from Bishopgarth police station in Wakefield to its new home today.

    Police box

    The box, which isn't dissimilar from Doctor Who's Tardis, will be rehoused at Carr Gate - the brand new HQ for West Yorkshire Police which opened in March.

    Supt Dave Lunn said it's thought to be a 1929 Mackenzie Trench police box made of timber, with a small door to a telephone cupboard on the inside and a bell on the top.

    Tributes paid to former pupil 11:26: Huddersfield Examiner

    Poignant tributes have been paid to a popular young woman who died following a freak accident in Thongsbridge.

    Floral tributes in Thongsbridge
    Your views 11:19: Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    What do you think of BBC Local Live? We write all the news, sport, travel and weather updates in our newsroom here in Leeds and would like to find out your views about the service.

    City roadworks warning 11:08:

    BBC Travel News reports the A650 Manningham Lane in Bradford is closed at the A6181 Manor Row junction because of roadworks during off-peak periods.

    Drivers are being warned to expect delays in the area.

    News on the hour 10:54: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    A Huddersfield school is remembering one of its most popular pupils as the search for him continues, five days after he was swept out to sea off the Welsh coast.

    Isaac Nash, 12, got into trouble while paddling in the sea at Anglesey with his younger brother Xander, who was brought to safety by his father.

    Listen live to the 11:00 bulletin for more.

    On air now 10:48: Wes Butters Presenter, BBC Radio Leeds

    Join me until midday on BBC Radio Leeds as I ask if the parents of Ashya King were wrong to take their son out of hospital. Email or tweet me with your views.

    Also, I'll be meeting Vicky Croft, from Liversedge, who was left with a stammer after she suffered a stroke at the age of 23.

    Living it up at Leeds Festival 10:37:

    Music fan Eileen Hutchinson has rheumatoid arthritis but she was determined - with a bit of help, planning and the correct facilities - to live it up at this year's Leeds Festival.

    Eileen Hutchinson

    She's written a diary looking back at a very special weekend which she hopes she'll be able to repeat next year.

    Special assembly for missing boy 10:12: Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Pupils and staff at Kirkburton Middle School, in Huddersfield, are holding a special assembly this morning for 12-year-old Isaac Nash - as the search continues for him in the sea off Anglesey.

    Isaac Nash

    Isaac (pictured) got into trouble while paddling in the sea off Anglesey on Friday with his younger brother Xander, who was brought to safety by his father.

    Classmate Millie says he is "really kind and funny, just perfect and sweet".

    News on the hour 10:00: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    A special assembly is being held for the school friends of Isaac Nash, the 12-year-old from Huddersfield who went missing in the sea off Anglesey on Friday.

    The search for Isaac has entered its fifth day.

    Listen live to the 10:00 bulletin for more.

    Free health checks on offer 09:46: Keighley News

    Free health checks are available this Thursday during a special event at Central Hall in Keighley where tests for blood pressure, height, weight and BMI will be carried out.

    Man suffers serious injuries in assault 09:36: Julie Langford News Editor, BBC Radio Leeds

    A 41-year-old man is being treated for serious head injuries after an assault in the Beeston area of Leeds.

    Police closed several roads in the area earlier this morning to investigate what happened.

    Three people have been arrested, according to West Yorkshire Police.

    Vigil for missing Isaac 09:16: Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    A vigil was held last night for a 12-year-old boy from Huddersfield who is still missing after being swept out to sea while on holiday in Anglesey, north Wales.

    Children letting off Chinese lantern

    Hundreds of people gathered in Kirkburton, Huddersfield, to remember Isaac Nash by letting off balloons and Chinese lanterns.

    Isaac was paddling with his younger brother Xander when they got into difficulties at Aberffraw on Friday. Xander was rescued but Isaac has not been seen since.

    Busy transfer day for Leeds 09:05: Jake Katborg Sports Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    It was one in, two out at Leeds United on transfer deadline day.

    Brian Montenegro

    Paraguayan striker Brian Montenegro (pictured) joined on a season-long loan, while Matt Smith and Dominic Poleon have moved to Fulham and Oldham respectively.

    Meanwhile, Souleymane Doukara converted his loan into a permanent deal.

    News on the hour 08:55: Clive Settle Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    A special school assembly's being held as friends remember a Huddersfield boy missing in the sea off Anglesey.

    The search for 12-year-old Isaac Nash has entered its fifth day and his younger brother, who was saved from the water, has to start term at Kirkburton Middle school without his older sibling. Listen live to the 09:00 bulletin for more.

    Sinfield retires from internationals 08:47: BBC Sport

    In case you missed the news yesterday evening, Leeds Rhinos and England captain Kevin Sinfield has announced his retirement from international rugby league.

    Kevin Sinfield

    The 33-year-old half-back played 26 times for England and led his country on home soil at the 2013 World Cup.

    His last appearance for the national team was the narrow World Cup semi-final defeat by New Zealand at Wembley last November.

    Bugg bound for Leeds 08:38: Yorkshire Evening Post

    Indie-sensation Jake Bugg is heading to Leeds for a one-off show at the city's arena in October.

    Jake Bugg
    Ex-footballer faces bribery plot charge 08:28:

    Former Premier League footballer Delroy Facey has been charged with conspiracy to commit bribery.

    Delroy Facey

    Mr Facey, 34, of Huddersfield, made 10 top flight appearances for Bolton Wanderers between 2002 and 2004.

    Incident closes road 08:13:

    Leeds Travel Info tweets: Junction of Beeston Rd, Cemetery Rd and Tempest Rd in Beeston currently closed due to ongoing incident.

    Dry with sunny spells 08:06: Lisa Gallagher Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    Patchy mist, fog and low cloud will clear this morning and it'll be dry with sunny spells.

    Weather forecast

    This afternoon will stay dry for most with variable cloud and sunny spells.

    The top temperature will be about 19C (66F).

    Good morning 08:00: Martin Coldrick BBC Local Live

    Hello and welcome to BBC Local Live for Leeds and West Yorkshire.

    I'll be bringing you the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates from across the county until 18:00.

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