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WATCH - Wakefield Trinity: We gifted Giants the win says boss Chester

DISAPPOINTED BOSS Chris Chester felt Wakefield Trinity’s Magic Weekend loss to Huddersfield Giants was a “missed opportunity”.

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WATCH - Wakefield Trinity 22 Huddersfield Giants 25: Trinity pay the price for a poor start

A POOR start condemned Wakefield Trinity to an eighth defeat in ten Betfred Super League fixtures.

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Colin Frost at the scene where schoolgirl Elsie Frost was killed in 1965. Police had expected to charge Peter Pickering, bottom right, with her murder.

Family of murdered Wakefield schoolgirl Elsie Frost fighting on after death of prime suspect Peter Pickering

The family of a Wakefield schoolgirl murdered in the 1960s say they will continue their fight to ‘get the truth out there’ despite the recent death of the prime suspect.
Crime
The With Banners Held High March makes its way through Wakefield. Pictures: Simon Hulme

Marching with pride as With Banners Held High returns to Wakefield during TUC festival

Historic miners’ banners were carried with pride through the centre of Wakefield for the first time in more than three decades this morning as trade unionists came together to reflect on past battles and the challenges ahead.

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Sports director handed 50 day ban after almost colliding with Tour de Yorkshire marshal

A team sports director who almost ran over a Tour de Yorkshire marshal has been handed a 50 day suspension and a fine of 5,000 Swiss francs (£3,700).
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Ultimate tribute to tribute band

Ultimate tribute to tribute band

Bulsara and his Queenies

Music
Crime writers under the microscope

Crime writers under the microscope

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Arts
A hot evening of jazz

A hot evening of jazz

John Crawford’s Latin Quintet

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Police are appealing for witnesses

Teenager in 'serious condition' after crash

A teenage motorcycle rider is in hospital in a serious condition this morning after a collision in the early hours.
Crime
Sean McGowan, gig in Leeds.

Punk poet Sean set to showcase debut album in Leeds

After nods of approval from the likes of Billy Bragg and Frank Turner ascending punk poet Sean McGowan is making headway following the release of his debut album this week.

Music

WATCH - Wakefield Trinity v Huddersfield Giants: Johnstone relishing facing up to McGillvary

ANYONE would think Wakefield Trinity’s Tom Johnstone is trying to avoid Huddersfield Giants’ Jermaine McGillvary.

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There are some excellent job opportunities on offer around Yorkshire in the healthcare profession

8 ideal jobs currently up for grabs in Yorkshire if you want to work in healthcare

Looking to kick start or progress your career in the healthcare industry?

Business
Work has recently begun and progress made on the upgrading of four canal towpaths in Yorkshire

Upgraded canal towpaths in Yorkshire will offer scenic traffic-free routes by bike and on foot

Work has recently begun and progress made on the upgrading of four canal towpaths as part of West Yorkshire Combined Authority’s award-winning £60m CityConnect programme.

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Caught on camera... can you help the police?

These CCTV images have been released by police.

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IN PICTURES: Pupils get Royal Wedding fever

It was a right royal celebration for schoolchildren in Netherton as they prepared to mark Meghan Markle and Prince Harry’s wedding.

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Villagers send a clear message to developers

Villagers send a clear message to developers

Village residents have sent a clear message to developers who want to build huge new housing estates with more than 140 raising objections to the plans.

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Great performers: Normanton Common Primary Academy (top) and Normanton Junior Academy.

Twice the success for schools

Double celebrations are in order in Normanton after two primary schools, run by the same trust, achieved ‘good’ in their latest Ofsted inpsection.

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Trish Sadler and neighbours are angry with WDH after telling them to move the furniture from their balconies because of it being a fire risk.

Residents fury over flats’ ‘fire hazards’

Angry tenants are furious after being told to remove garden furniture from outside their flats because they pose a fire risk.

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Silver Street Spice, Abrar Nawaz.

City Tastes & Tipples:‘It’s food like your mum or gran cooks’

Silver Street Spice knows what it does best.

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