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Serving police officer charged with indecent image offences

DC Paul Allgood, 60, attached to the Met's Economic Crime Unit pleaded guilty to three counts of making/possessing indecent images of children...

Death of Prince Philip prompts huge outpour of public grief and...

The Duke of Edinburgh has died aged 99, Buckingham Palace has announced. Prince Phillip, husband and consort to Queen...

Cooking up a storm! Keighley grandma dishes out thousands of free...

A 76-year-old grandmother has handed out more than 2,200 free vegan ready meals to frontline NHS workers, the elderly and those shielding...

West Midlands Police vow to “get under skin” of urban street...

The West Midlands police force has acted on a pledge to tackle organised criminality in Birmingham by expanding and restructuring our...

PRECAUTIONARY: Face coverings in schools and colleges to remain in place

It’s been confirmed that face coverings should continue to be worn in secondary school and college classrooms as a precautionary measure when...

The five-minute breast cancer treatment

An injection that cuts the amount of time breast cancer patients spend in hospital from two and a half hours to as...

During Bowel Cancer Awareness Month people urged to be aware of...

As part of Bowel Cancer Awareness Month during April, health and care organisations across Leeds are urging people of all ages to...

Digital future for the Royal Armouries as it marks 25 years...

The Royal Armouries has been awarded £429,600 from The National Lottery Heritage Fund for the rollout of a transformative Digital Vision...

‘Yes, M’Lord!’ Two junior barristers launch a range of hijabs suitable...

(Pictured above: Lawyer Sana Waheed model’s the hijab approved for Court) “Don’t let anyone dictate what you...

Blind England footballer changes perceptions with ground-breaking initiative

A blind England international footballer is looking to educate thousands around the world about disability through his ground-breaking initiative.

“Terrible injustice”: Nadiya Hussain calls to protect families from the impacts...

Author, TV chef and WaterAid ambassador Nadiya Hussain MBE is supporting WaterAid’s call to ensure families everywhere have clean water

How an organisation helping blind Asians stepped up during the pandemic

“Blind people face huge barriers to everyday life - going to the shops or online shopping is just not an option...

73-year-old grandma tells us how she’s made it through lockdown

How to feel better, and healthier: Small simple changes to what you eat and drink can really help make a big...

Derogatory Prophet Muhammad cartoon used in class sparks protest at Batley...

Dozens of people gathered outside Batley Grammar School in protest today after a teacher showed pupils derogatory caricatures of the Prophet Muhammad...

New £50 note: ‘Father of computer science’ features on latest banknote

The Bank of England has just unveiled the new £50 banknote, which celebrates the achievements of mathematician Alan Turing.

People urged to get on board as Leeds launches vaccination minibus

The NHS has teamed up with Leeds City Council, and local voluntary and community organisations to launch a vaccination minibus service.

Get your Covid jab ‘before slots ‘dry up’ urges country’s top...

The country’s top doctor has urged everyone who is entitled to a Covid jab to come forward as new figures showed...

Local health experts and an Imam hold session on having COVID-19...

Health professionals from Leeds will be joined by a local Imam for a Facebook Live session, this will be about the importance...

Massive fire devastates Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar

A massive fire swept through three IOM-managed sites yesterday displacing roughly 45,000 Rohingya refugees and causing catastrophic damage in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh,...

London man who encouraged acts of terrorism in Bangladesh jailed

A man who posted messages on social media urging others to commit acts of terrorism in Bangladesh has been jailed, following an...

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