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Live Reporting

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  1. Police search for bikers after door set on fire

    Four bikers are being hunted by police in Calderdale after the door of a house was set on fire in the early hours of this morning.


    Four suspects on motorbikes arrived at the property on Rochdale Road in Walsden at about 01:00 and set the door alight.

    Only the door was damaged and no-one was inside so there were no injuries, police say.

    Officers say it was a targeted attack and are treating it as arson.

  2. It's official: The nights are drawing in

    Is it too early to start saying "it's getting a bit back-endish"?

    There's got to be at least one more BBQ night this year!:

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  3. Thousands have their say on Leeds' future transport

    More than 15,000 people have had their say on plans to transform transport and travel in Leeds.


    Leeds City Council has run two phases of a consultation into proposed road, rail and park and ride changes.

    The authority has £173.5m to spend on improving the city's transport network, with the leader of the council saying the investment would make it "quicker and easier to move around the city".

    The city council says work is now under way examining the views and data it's collected and will eventually publish a "Connecting Leeds" report.

  4. Kitten put to sleep after being dumped on RSPCA's doorstep

    A kitten has had to be put to sleep after it was dumped in a box with a badly injured tail outside an RSPCA centre in West Yorkshire.


    The six-month-old female grey tabby was left in a box outside the charity's district branch on Wade Street in Halifax in the early hours of Saturday.

    Two vets examined her injury and decided her suffering was so severe that she needed to be put to sleep.

    Whoever left the kitten also left a note which said they couldn't afford the £300 vet's bill to remove her tail.

    If you think you can help the RSPCA track down the owners, contact them here.

    Quote Message: The note suggested the treatment was a tail amputation which would cost over £300 and that they were sorry." from Emma Brook RSPCA
    Emma BrookRSPCA