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UPDATE: Traffic easing after crash on M1 at Wakefield

Traffic is now moving after an earlier accident closed two lanes on the M1 near Wakefield.

Transport
A West Yorkshire Drama Academy Play  which was performed at Heckmondwike Library last year. The Friends of Heckmondwike Library successfully campaigned to prevent budget cuts last year.

Meeting to show support for Heckmondwike Library

After successfully dodging the recent round of library cuts, the Friends of Heckmondwike Library are holding a meeting for people to show their support for the library.

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Storm Doris: Can I claim compensation for a delayed flight?

As storm Doris batters the UK, with winds expected to reach up to 87mph, we spoke to the travel experts at airFair about whether passengers facing a delayed flight due to the bad weather are entitled to claim compensation.

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Storm Doris: Rail passengers on East Coast line urged not to travel today

Storm Doris: Rail passengers on East Coast line urged not to travel today

Commuters using Virgin East Coast Trains are being warned not to travel today as Storm Doris is set to batter the country with high winds and rain.

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VIDEO: The Tinnitus Clinic launches pioneering treatment in Yorkshire

Tinnitus sufferers are being offered pioneering treatments with the launch of a leading new audiology clinic in Yorkshire.
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SPEED CAMERAS: Latest hot spot locations

SPEED CAMERAS: Latest hot spot locations

Speed cameras will be at the following locations across the Kirklees district this week:

Transport
Princess Anne visiting textiles company Joshua Ellis in Batley to mark the cashmere specialist�"s 250th anniversary.

Princess Royal visits Batley textile firm for 250th anniversary

It was a royal occasion to remember for Batley textile firm Joshua Ellis when Princess Anne visited as part of the company’s 250th anniversary on Thursday.

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It’s time to break down employment barriers for disabled people

It’s time to break down employment barriers for disabled people

With nearly half of UK businesses (45 per cent) being apprehensive about hiring someone with a disability because of fears they wouldn’t be able to do the job, British employers are worsening an already discriminatory employment system for the disabled.

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Rush hour traffic updated: Long delays remain on M62 motorway near Leeds

Commuters are being warned of severe delays on the M62 motorway in West Yorkshire following a crash.
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Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

Seven new routes from Leeds Bradford Airport announced

Seven new routes will take off from Leeds Bradford Airport this year as airline Ryanair expands its roster.

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UPDATED: Delays on motorway near Leeds

Traffic is clearing on the M62 motorway in West Yorkshire after a collision this morning (Wednesday).
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Bus timetable changes are set to be introduced this coming weekend.

New bus timetables set to be rolled out across West Yorkshire

A raft of timetable changes to buses across West Yorkshire - one of the largest to ever take place - are set to come into force this weekend.

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Asda is selling white roses to symbolise Yorkshire

War of the roses: Asda sells white bouquets for Yorkshire patriots

If you're a proud Yorkshire resident, buying red roses for your beloved can leave you conflicted.
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Motorway delays building at rush hour in West Yorkshire

Motorists travelling face delays on motorways in West Yorkshire this morning (Monday).
Transport
The crash scene on the M62. Picture: Highways England.

Motorway delays in West Yorkshire after crash on M62

Motorists travelling on the M62 motorway in West Yorkshire face delays after a collision this afternoon (Sunday).

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The three stainless steel heart-shaped 3D printed bead designs on a CABLE bracelet.

Valentine's Day shoppers loving 3D printed Sheffield stainless steel jewellery

Valentine's Day shoppers are falling in love with amazing new 3D printed stainless steel jewellery made in Sheffield.
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One district council say its insurers advised them to put the sign up over health and safety fears. The average business owner now spends over a quarter of their time grinding through admin and battling red tape and regulations. - SWNS

Red tape and regulations are ‘smothering British businesses’

The average small business owner now spends over a quarter of their time battling red tape and regulations.

Business
How to prepare for your work appraisal

How to prepare for your work appraisal

Most of us, if we’re being honest, find appraisals boring and unhelpful.

Business
Energy regulator sets temporary price cap for prepaying customers

Energy regulator sets temporary price cap for prepaying customers

Ofgem has set a temporary price cap to protect over four million households who prepay for their energy.

Business
EU imported beer set to rise as a result of Brexit

EU imported beer set to rise as a result of Brexit

The financial hit of Brexit is appearing to affect Britain’s boozers as EU beers Budweiser, Carling, Carlsberg and Heineken raise wholesale costs.

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