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Live Reporting

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  1. Woman hospitalised after mugging

    A dog walker from Shipley had to have hospital treatment after being mugged.

    Shipley

    The woman and a man were walking a dog along Bradford Road last Sunday when they were approached by a group of males.

    The group demanded cash and then assaulted them, talking their phones and wallet.

    A 15-year-old boy from Bradford has been arrested in connection with the mugging but has since been released under investigation.

  2. Hull KR legend to be honoured at game

    One of the greatest rugby league players of all time will be honoured at Hull Kingston Rovers this evening.

    KCOM Craven Park will host Castleford in Super League for the inaugural Roger Millward Trophy.

    Millward, who died in 2016, played for both clubs and coached the Robins during his twenty five years at the club.

  3. 'Offensive' comments councillor reinstated

    A Conservative councillor in Wakefield has had his party membership reinstated after an investigation into his conduct, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.

    Nick Farmer

    Nick Farmer, who was re-elected to his Ossett seat at last month's local elections, had been suspended by the Conservatives on 9 May.

    It followed news he had been sacked from his role as a firefighter for making "offensive remarks" in 2017.

    He had appealed against his dismissal but the appeal was rejected by a tribunal judge.

    A spokesman for Wakefield Conservatives confirmed an inquiry had concluded and Nick Farmer's suspension had been lifted.

    Quote Message: I am pleased to have been reinstated. I am just going to concentrate on doing the best for Ossett. That is all I've ever wanted to do." from Nick Farmer
    Nick Farmer
  4. Hundreds sign petition to save hydrotherapy pool

    Sheffield Star

    A petition which aims to force a rethink on the planned closure of a specialist hydrotherapy pool at a Sheffield special needs school has reached almost 500 signatures.

    School exterior
  5. Weather: Showers will fade

    Any isolated showers will fade away this evening leaving clear spells.

    There will be some large areas of low cloud, mist and fog around tonight.

    Weather
  6. Weather: Storm warning for the weekend

    BBC Weather

    The odd shower should fade away this evening leaving some clear spells.

    Saturday should see a little sunshine once any low cloud, mist and fog has dispersed.

    However, there is the risk of a slow-moving heavy and thundery downpour breaking out during the afternoon.

    Weather Forecast
  7. Sex offence cases dropped

    South Yorkshire Police has dropped several prosecutions against suspected sex offenders following a full review of all current cases, according to the Local Democracy Reporting Service.

    Police officers

    The review was prompted by the trial of a student in London, which collapsed after police failed to disclose vital evidence to the defence.

    In South Yorkshire, Assistant Chief Constable Tim Forber said the decisions to drop a small number of cases had been taken after the review highlighted insufficient evidence, rather than issues surrounding disclosure.

  8. MP criticises Hull Trains' problems

    Hull North Labour MP Diana Johnson has criticised Hull Trains after the company said it was doing everything it could to get back to a normal service.

    The company has suffered a series of cancellations and delays over the past few months, following technical problems with some of their trains.

    Diana Johnson
  9. Grantham paramedic attends royal garden party

    A Lincolnshire paramedic has attended a royal garden party at Buckingham Palace and said it was a "fantastic day" he and his wife would never forget.

    Tony and Tara

    The event hosted by The Queen is designed to recognise those who have made a positive impact in their community.

    Tony Davies, from Grantham, who was accompanied to yesterday's event by his wife Tara, was nominated for an invitation by his manager at the ambulance service.

    Tony was said to have demonstrated all the values of the service despite experiencing a personal tragedy, losing his son last year.

    Quote Message: He showed 100% commitment to staff and their needs, selflessly putting them first. I believe Tony is the true epitome of an EMAS Paramedic and fully deserves the chance to represent our service at this prestigious event." from Richard Hunter Lincolnshire Ambulance Operations Manager
    Richard HunterLincolnshire Ambulance Operations Manager
  10. TV and computer stolen

    Lincolnshire Police are appealing for information after a television and a computer were stolen from a house in Boston.

    At around 19:30 on Tuesday 29 May the offender or offenders entered a house on Horncastle Road through an open window.

  11. Challenge Cup: St Helens v Hull FC

    BBC Sport

    St Helens have name an unchanged side for their Challenge Cup last-eight tie, after full-back Ben Barba and winger Tommy Makinson overcame knocks.

    St Helens

    Super League leaders Saints are bidding for their first semi-final appearance since their 2015 loss to Leeds Rhinos.

    Holders Hull FC have centre Carlos Tuimavave and playmaker Albert Kelly back after ankle and hamstring issues.

    Prop Scott Taylor has overcome a shoulder injury while winger Bureta Faraimo returns following suspension.

  12. Leeds protest causes 'some disruption'

    Police say a protest in Leeds city centre this evening has caused traffic disruption:

    EDL March
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  13. Man left injured after Huddersfield stabbing

    A man has been injuried after a stabbing in Huddersfield this afternoon.

    Huddersfield stabbing scene

    Police say they were called at 14:34 to Northgate in Huddersfield and found a man with minor injuries "consistent with knife wounds".

    There is still a police cordon in place which is causing some disruption in the surrounding area.

  14. The list of the Damned United

    Leeds' new manager will be their 11th since April 2013, more than any other team in the English league.

    Leeds manager

    The Championship club parted company with Paul Heckingbottom today, less than four months after his arrival at Elland Road.

    The former Barnsley boss replaced Thomas Christiansen at the start of February.

    He's the latest in a long list:

    Neil Warnock served for just over a year, before leaving in April 2013, and his successor Brian McDermott lasted only until May of the following year.

    David Hockaday and Darko Milanic also departed before 2014 was out, Neil Redfearn lasted barely six months and Uwe Rosler's sacking made it four completed reigns inside 16 months.

    Steve Evans lasted seven months, Garry Monk nearly a year and Christiansen served from June 2017 to February 2018, while Heckingbottom was in charge for just 115 days.

    Historically the club is no stranger to its' managers leaving abruptly after a short stint in charge at Elland Road, the most famous example being Brian Clough's 44-day reign which depicted in the film The Damned United.

  15. Northern: Minister blames delays on Network Rail again

    Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has again blamed Network Rail for ongoing problems on Northern rail services, which operate across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, after the RMT called for him to quit.

    Northern Fail

    He said Network Rail was "too late in finalising planned timetable changes", which have caused widespread problems since they were introduced on 20 May.

    The RMT's general secretary Mick Cash said the minister should "get out" and described the situation as "carnage".

    Since 18 May, Northern has aborted 2,200 services.

    Northern has not been able to confirm suggestions an emergency timetable would be introduced next week.

    A spokesman for the company said "no decision" had been made but it was looking at a "number of options" to address the problems.

  16. Helicopter removed from fatal crash site

    Investigators have removed the wreckage of a helicopter which crashed in a field killing the pilot.

    Barry Dodd CBE

    The aircraft was being flown by North Yorkshire's Lord Lieutenant Barry Dodd CBE when it crashed and caught fire near Boroughbridge on Wednesday.

    There were no other passengers onboard the Bell 206B helicopter, which took off from nearby Husthwaite.

    The Air Accidents Investigation Branch is transporting the aircraft by road to Farnborough in Hampshire for more detailed examination.