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Summary

  1. News, sport, weather and travel updates resume at 08:00 on Tuesday
  2. Live updates on Monday 6 June 2016

Live Reporting

By Shahid Hussain

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye from our Local Live coverage for today

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    That's all for our live coverage today. Thanks for being with us and we'll be back from 08:00 on Tuesday for the latest news, sport, travel and weather from across West Yorkshire.

    For those of you, like me, about to break their first fast tonight as part of Ramadan...the sun sets at 9:32pm give or take a few minutes depending on where you are in West Yorkshire.

    So that's the time you can eat! 

    Fasting is traditionally broken with dates like these... but the best bit is you just eat whatever you fancy! Fish finger sandwich for me thanks!

    Dates
  2. Leeds mosque to commemorate Muhammed Ali with 'peace park'

    The imam at a Leeds Mosque is planning a 'peace park' to commemorate the life of boxer Muhammed Ali

    The Leeds Makkah Mosque has been working with the Muhammed Ali Centre on youth projects in the past; here's Qari Muhammad Asim

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    Video caption: Leeds mosque to commemorate Muhammed Ali with 'peace park'
  3. Who is your money on to win the Euros

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Not long till a Summer of football gets underway! England will be looking to make it past the likes of Russia and Wales to get through the group stages of the Euro 2016 Finals.

    You can keep up with all the stories and group tables on our dedicated Euro 2016 BBC Sport pages.

    I've just picked out Sweden in the office sweep-stake...so not sure I fancy my chances of winning anything!

    Sweden Euro sweepstake
  4. Headlines: Final meeting on A&E services in Huddersfield and Halifax and Leeds mosque to remember Ali with 'peace garden'

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Here are the latest headlines this evening: 

    • The final public meeting takes place tonight about where accident and emergency services for Huddersfield and Halifax should be centralised. 
    • The Yorkshire Regiment is taking part in D Day commemorations in northern France marking seventy-two years since the invasion of Normandy. 
    • A Leeds mosque will remember the life of boxer Muhammed Ali with a 'peace garden'.
  5. New north Leeds housing scheme a boost for city’s ageing population.

    Yorkshire Evening Post

    Civic leaders have celebrated a major new affordable housing development in north Leeds.

    Stratford Court, in Chapel Allerton, includes 19 homes for affordable rent and nine for shared ownership.

    civic leaders at housing development
  6. Weather: Largely clear with cloud in the east and light winds

    Paul Hudson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Showers over the Pennines should die away. 

    It'll be a clear night for most areas, but some low cloud and mist may affect some eastern coastal areas. Winds remaining light. Minimum temperature 8C (46F)

    weather graph

    Tomorrow there'll be low cloud possible in coastal areas, otherwise another very warm day expected with plenty of sunshine but with a risk of a late afternoon/evening thundery downpour. 

    Maximum temperature 25C (77F). Light east wind. 

  7. Giant elephant to come to Bradford

    If you're not sure when the Bradford Festival gets under way then simply keep a look out for a giant elephant which will be a feature in City Park!

  8. Why the Victoria Theatre in Halifax is a secret gem for bands like Stone Roses

    One of the foremost bands of the late 80's the Stone Roses are starting a huge stadium tour in Manchester in June.. but as a warm up we're getting them first. 

    They play the Victoria theatre in Halifax tomorrow and folks were queuing round the block over the weekend to snap up tickets.

    Tim Fagin, the theatre manager there, told BBC Radio Leeds's Gayle Lofthouse that there's plenty more to come:

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    Video caption: Why the Victoria Theatre in Halifax is a secret gem for bands like Stone Roses
  9. Yorkshire Regiment is part of D Day commemorations

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    The Yorkshire Regiment is taking part in D Day commemorations in northern France today. 

    It's seventy two years since the invasion of Normandy.

    D-Day Normandy

    Two battalions of North Yorkshiremen and two of East Yorkshiremen were among the first ashore in what was the largest water based invasion in history. 

    Today, Yorkshire's Regimental Secretary Lt Col David O'Kelly will lay a wreath in Normandy.

  10. Forgotten where you left it?

    Good spot by our BBC Correspondent in the North, Danny Savage.

    Always there for the big breaking news stories  - just outside the BBC Yorkshire newsroom in Leeds

    Four parking tickets and counting 

    Car with tickets
  11. Leeds lad walks it into the Olympics

    Congratulations to Leeds-based racewalker Tom Bosworth who has qualified for the Olympic Games. 

    Bosworth won the British Grand Prix of Race Walking at Woodhouse Moor yesterday. 

    It means he's guaranteed a place on the plane to Rio in August to represent Team GB in the 20 kilometre walk.

    Safe to say...Tom is over the moon!

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  12. West Yorkshire Crime Commissioner says an enquiry into Orgreave would be 'quite personal'

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    West Yorkshire's Police Crime Commissioner has already said he'd support a full enquiry into the events at Orgreave.

    The so-called Battle of Orgreave is the confrontation that took place in 1984 between police and picketing miners at a British Steel Corporation coking plant in South Yorkshire.  

    Mark Burns-Williamson said that an enquiry would be "quite personal".

    Mark Burns-Williamson
    Quote Message: This is quite personal to me as many of my friends were miners on the picket lines at the time and so I absolutely support a thorough inquiry into what happened at Orgreave which I believe goes much further than just the role of police to the Government of the day. We need to get to the truth of what happened." from Mark Burns-Williamson West Yorkshire Police Crime Commissioner
    Mark Burns-WilliamsonWest Yorkshire Police Crime Commissioner
  13. Former Leeds Utd defender believes Gary Monk has the right credentials

    BBC Sport

    Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills says new head coach Garry Monk will bring an attractive brand of football to Elland Road. 

    To help him do so, Monk will try to bring his assistant Pep Clotet, who he worked with at Swansea, into his backroom staff.

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    Video caption: Former Leeds United defender Danny Mills says new head coach Garry Monk will bring an attr
  14. Ramadan Day One (for most Muslims)

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Well it's Day One of Ramadan for me today anyway! In short, it's no food or drink between sunrise and sunset for 30 days. So that's nil by mouth for around 18 hours at the moment.

    The idea is, as a Muslim, it helps you reflect on your religion, be an all round charitable good egg and think of those less fortunate than you.

    I've been fasting for quite a few years now so the endurance becomes easier! 

    So for all those fasting -Ramadan Mubarak and here's my favourite Ramadan tweet today!

  15. Campaigners warn changes to A&E services in Huddersfield and Calderdale could cost lives

    Cathy Killick

    Journalist, BBC Look North

    Controversial plans to reorganise hospital services in Calderdale come under further public scrutiny tonight at a third public meeting. 

    The changes include closing Huddersfield Hospital's A&E and moving it to Halifax. 

    Campaigners have warned that the changes could cost lives - but the NHS locally say it will improve care.

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    Video caption: Controversial plans to reorganise hospital services in Calderdale come under further publi
  16. Bradford City say they've had no contact from Bolton about Phil Parkinson

    BBC Sport

    Bradford City have confirmed they've had no contact from Bolton Wanderers about speaking to manager Phil Parkinson. 

    Parkinson has been heavily linked with the vacant managerial position at The Macron Stadium, but City say there is absolutely nothing in the rumours. 

    Phil Parkinson
  17. Police appeal for help in finding missing Halifax girl

    Police in Halifax are appealing for information to help trace a missing 14-year-old girl from Pellon.

    Amazing Grace Taruvinga, who also uses the name Ester Tee was last seen at her home address in Pellon around 19:00 on Saturday evening.

    Amazing Grace is 5ft tall, with collar-length black hair that is often worn in a ponytail. She was last seen wearing a black leather jacket, blue skirt and white trainers and carrying a black handbag

    Amazing Grace Taruvinga

    Officers are growing concerned for Amazing Grace's safety as it is out of character for her to go missing and not to be in touch with her family.

    Anyone who has seen or heard from her since Saturday evening or who knows where she is now is asked to contact police in Halifax by calling 101.

  18. Latest Headlines: Bradford men charged after two die in fatal smash and 'plane crashes onto Huddersfield golf course

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Here are some of the latest headlines in West Yorkshire this afternoon:

    • Two men have been charged over a car crash, which left two people dead in Bradford. 
    •  A man's been taken to hospital after the plane he was flying crash-landed onto a Huddersfield golf course. 
    • The organisers of the first Yorkshire Marathon say they hope it'll raise about £1.3m for charity.
  19. Police called to scene of plane crash at Crosland Moor

    Huddersfield Examiner

    A plane has crashed near Crosland Moor airfield

    A vintage double winged plane took off from the airfield but came down soon after on Crosland Heath golf course.

    plane crash

    It is thought the plane has crashed onto the 16th fairway and then onto the fifth hole.