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Summary

  1. News, sport, weather and travel will resume at 08:00 on Tuesdsay
  2. Live updates on Monday 5 September 2016

Live Reporting

By Shahid Hussain

All times stated are UK

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  1. Here's a roundup of five things you need to know today

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    We'll be back with live coverage from 08:00 on Tuesday, meanwhile here are five things we discovered today:

  2. A lookback at Bingley Festival Live

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Thousands of you were in Myrtle Park this weekend for Bingley Music Live and it was pretty amazing!

    If you were too busy enjoying yourself watching the likes of of Echo and the Bunnymen, All Saints, Lightning Seeds and Tinie Tempah, then here's a reminder of what a great time you had.

    You're welcome!

  3. Inside Out Brexit Special

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Inside Out is back on our screens tonight and its a Brexit Special.

    The Poles now represent the biggest foreign born group in England with more than 800,000 people living here but Toby Foster goes to meet the handful of Brits who move the other way – to Poland. 

    One man from Huddersfield has set up a brewery and pub in Krakow and some of his customers who have made the move. 

    Will Brexit have an effect on them?

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    Video caption: Join the team from 7:30 on BBC1
  4. Calderdale Council set to ban smoking outside public buildings

    Huddersfield Examiner

    Smoking outside council buildings in Calderdale could soon be banned.

    Calderdale Council wants to encourage people to stop smoking and plans to back the Breathe 2025 campaign aimed at inspiring a smoke-free generation where smoking isn’t seen as the norm.

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  5. Evening weather: Cloudy with drizzle

    Paul Hudson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Rather cloudy with a little drizzle possible over the Pennines. 

    Very mild, with low's around 16C (61F). Light southwest wind. 

    Mostly dry tomorrow, rather cloudy at times but with sunny spells developing in most areas. 

    Warm and humid, with high's around 24C (75F). Light or moderate southwest wind. 

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  6. Spellchecker to the fuel aisle, please

    You had one job...

    Someone is having a bad start to the week.

    This was spotted in Sainsbury's in Doncaster. The store say they're correcting their mistake!

    If you want to have your picture featured here and on our Instagram page then just give us a follow here

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  7. Huddersfield's brewing heritage alive and well in Poland

    Toby Foster

    Presenter, BBC Radio Sheffield

    The Poles now represent the biggest foreign born group in England with more than 800,000 people living here. 

    In tonight's Inside Out, I meet the handful of Brits who move the other way – to Poland.

    I've been to see a man from Huddersfield who has set up a brewery and pub in Krakow and some of his customers who have made the move. 

    Will Brexit have an effect on them?

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    Video caption: It's a Brexit special which looks at a Huddersfield Brewery in Poland

    You can see the full story on Inside Out BBC1 tonight at 19:30.

  8. Bus delays on Roundhay Road in Leeds

    If you're rushing for the bus home towards north Leeds this evening then be prepared for a bit of a delay.

    The closure or Easterly Road is causing a delay of up to forty minutes on services heading up Roundhay Road.

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  9. Your weather (and other) questions answered!

    It's not often you get to ask our weather presenters anything you like!

    But seeing as you all have so many questions, Owain Wyn Evans thought it only right to answer them!

    Not many about the weather but he doesn't mind!

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  10. Gold for Leeds triathlete Jonny Brownlee

    Olympic silver medallist Jonny Brownlee from Leeds has won the latest world triathlon series event in Edmonton. 

    It was a comfortable victory in the end, 17 seconds clear of Spain's Mario Mola. 

    The final event is in Mexico in two weeks, and if he wins, he'll take the overall world title for a second time. 

    Brother Alistair - who won gold at the Olympics - missed the event but will return for Mexico.

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    Video caption: Brother Alistair - who won gold at the Olympics - missed the event but will return for Mex
  11. The sun is gone but not forgotten

    It may be dull and grey today but just seven days ago it looked like this in Leeds!

    Thanks to @saffrontree for this reminder of last week's sunshine at the Leeds West Indian Carnival.

    We miss you sunshine!

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  12. Appeal for witnesses as man receives suspected gunshot wound in Leeds

    A 47 year old man was taken to hospital yesterday after receiving a suspected gunshot wound in Middleton, Leeds.

    Forensic teams are now examining the scene at the junction of Acre Road and Thorpe Street.

    Police are asking for anyone to come forward who may have seen or heard something between 9:45pm and 10pm on Saturday night in the area.

    Quote Message: We are conducting extensive enquiries to establish the full circumstances surrounding this incident and would like to hear from anyone who witnessed the incident or saw anything suspicious in the time leading up to it. We would also like to hear from anyone with any information that could assist the investigation from Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Bryar
    Detective Chief Inspector Nicola Bryar
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    Anyone with information is asked to contact the Homicide and Major Enquiry Team via 101  

  13. 'Tight fisted Yorkshireman' influence on Shakespeare at Leeds University

    Johnathan I'Anson

    BBC Radio Leeds

    He's the most famous author this country has ever produced and as the country continues to mark the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare's death Leeds University have a very special exhibition opening

    For All Time: Shakespeare in Yorkshire has a collection of rarities and treasures never seen together, celebrating the essential influence Yorkshire had on the bard, The War of The Roses, Richard The 3rd...we had it all. 

    I went along for a preview and discovered one of the earliest references to the 'stingy Yorkshireman!'

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    Video caption: For All Time: Shakespeare in Yorkshire has a collection of rarities and treasures never se
  14. Afternoon weather: Bright sunny spells

    Keeley Donovan

    BBC Look North

    Some bright or sunnier spells, especially in the east but overall quite a lot of cloud developing this afternoon. 

    Across the Pennines there could still be a little drizzle. Becoming increasingly humid with a gentle southerly breeze. 

    A maximum temperature of 20C (68F)

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  15. The fun is over. Time to clean up in Bingley!

    Charles Heslett

    Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    Thousands of music fans have been in Myrtle Park over the weekend for the Bingley Music Live Festival.

    But now its time for the clean up!

    Here's the man behind the festival Lee O'Hanlon who handed me a dustpan and brush on arrival!

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    Video caption: Thousands of music fans have been in Myrtle Park over the weekend for the Bingley Music Li
  16. Your headlines this lunchtime

    Shahid Hussain

    BBC Local Live, Leeds

    Some of the stories making the news in West Yorkshire include: 

    • Counter terrorism officers have started a second search in Keighley, where two people were arrested after explosives were found at a house. Residents of Parkwood Street were evacuated for a controlled explosion. 
    • The father and ex-husband of a woman from Bradford have appeared in court again in Pakistan, accused of her murder. Samia Shahid died in July after travelling to Pakistan to visit relatives. Today the pair have been remanded back into custody. 
    • West Yorkshire bus company Yorkshire Tiger Limited have been given a heavy fine after failing to meet punctuality and reliability targets.
  17. Yorkshire Tiger fined £20,000 over late buses

    Yorkshire Post

    A West Yorkshire bus firm has been ordered to pay more than £20,000 for failing to meet reliability and punctuality standards.

    Yorkshire Tiger, which runs buses in Leeds, Bradford, Halifax, Huddersfield, Dewsbury and Wakefield, consistently operated at a level significantly below the expected standards, the Traffic Commissioner’s Office said.

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  18. Keighley residents evacuated for controlled explosion

    Charles Heslett

    Journalist, BBC Radio Leeds

    More on the explosives found in a house in Keighley...

    Two people are in custody and dozens of residents of Parkwood Street were moved to a local leisure centre as a precaution, while army bomb disposal experts carried out a controlled explosion. 

    Most were allowed back to their terraced homes just after three this morning. 

    It's not being treated as a terrorist incident, and a 48-year-old man and a woman, aged 29, are being questioned. 

    I've been up in Keighley this morning speaking to residents like Jillian Dorey who was among those evacuated.

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    Video caption: It's not being treated as a terrorist incident but two people are being questioned.