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Todmorden waste plant will be shut until November
A man has been charged with criminal damage and investigations are under way by the police, Calderdale Council and SITA UK.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
The sun has got his hat on and so has Calderdale
The start of the school summer holidays is heralded by a period of dry weather across Calderdale, with good spells of sunshine, patchy cloud and temperatures staying just above average for many.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
Bradford paedophile 'has information on Westminster child abuse'
A convicted paedophile in West Yorkshire had his sentencing adjourned because he claims to have information on child abuse allegedly being covered up in Westminster in the 1970s.
Writers north's best
Sarah Dunnakey, of Hebden Bridge, one of the Northern Writers' Awards winners, receiving her award from Chris Mullin.
UPDATED: Man arrested following 'rampage' at Todmorden Tip
The man in his 50s is alleged to have set fire to a cabin and gone on a rampage using a JCB on Saturday morning.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
Proposed supermarket development would be 'horrendous'
Shop keepers and residents in Hebden Bridge have stepped up a campaign to stop a proposed supermarket development that would be 'disastrous' to local shops.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Choirs hit the right note in Hebden Bridge
The weekend, hosted by Calder Valley Voices, saw 40 community choirs descend on the town and concerts, workshops and a 1,000 strong choir performance meant the event hit a pitch perfect note.
Murder investigation launched after woman found dead in Leeds
The death of woman found at an address in Leeds last night is being treated as murder by police.
Tue Jul 15, 2014
Funding boost for extra care homes
Calderdale Council is set to invest 1m in extra-care housing which they hope will free up more properties for families.
Mon Jul 14, 2014
A 3 million is set aside to deliver new flood schemes
It's two years since unprecedented flooding hit most of the upper Calder Valley, including Hebden Bridge, Mytholmroyd and Todmorden, and one year since the flooding in Walsden.
New campaign launched to tackle illegal tobacco
A new campaign is launching across West Yorkshire and York to tackle the trade in illegal tobacco and stop dealers who sell to children.
Sun Jul 13, 2014
Fire chief warning ahead of week long strikes
West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service is awaiting further details of an indefinite period of 'action short of a strike', which is planned to start following the final period of actual strike.
Author's national awards 'hat-trick'
Hebden Bridge author Ben Myers has scooped his third national literary awards over the past 12 months, on the eve of the launch of his fourth novel.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Calderdale crime fighting duo taking the battle back to criminals
But they need people to help them by following a few simple steps to greatly reduce their chances of being a victim of crime.
Beautiful landscape that will encourage people to return
Thousand upon thousand of people crammed into Mytholmroyd and Cragg Vale to watch the Tour De France as it sped through the Calder Valley from Hebden Bridge and saw riders tackle the longest continuous climb in England.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Tour-ific legacy of Le Tour in Calderdale
Courier reader Mark Richardson, of Old Town, Hebden Bridge, watched the race near Pecket Well and emailled this shot of the lead rider of the Tour De France Millions of pounds, hundreds of thousands of visitors and a lasting economic legacy - that's the impact the Tour de France will have in Calderdale for decades to come.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Updated: Jammed lorry caused disruption on major Calderdale route
A lorry stuck in the middle on the A646 Burnley Road in Luddenden Foot caused traffic disruption this lunchtime .
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Thomas wins his place at Chetham's
Thomas Priestley, aged 10, from Mytholmroyd, who attends Calderdale Music Services at Heath Training Centre in Halifax, has gained a place at the prestigious Chetham's School of Music for September 2014.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Strong police partnerships help deliver successful Tour de France
Police in West Yorkshire, South Yorkshire and North Yorkshire have again demonstrated the strength of regional collaboration and strong partnership working to deliver a safe and secure Tour de France "Yorkshire Grand Depart".
Schools and public sector work to be disrupted during strike
Members of Calderdale National Union of Teachers, will be taking strike action along with other public sector workers - GMB, UNISON, UNITE, FBU, PCS - and attending a rally to be held in Leeds.