Strike Hits Schools, Libraries and Recycling Collections

16 days ago
Strike hits schools, libraries and recycling collections. Strike action will bring a closure to many Barnsley schools tomorrow and all libraries, with the exception of Priory and Penistone, will be closed for the day. In addition,   there will be no waste or recycling collections. The Council says that grey bins will be collected on July 11; brown and blue recycling bins and white... -> Read more at Barnsley News & Sport

Caution is Advised over Gaza and Syria Charity Collections

Caution is Advised over Gaza and Syria Charity Collections2 days ago
Caution is advised over Gaza and Syria charity collections. Charity collectors have been warned to stick to legal guidelines after West Yorkshire Police received complaints about impromptu collections for Gaza and Syria. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Leeds and Wakefield: Strikes to Hit Schools and Bin Collections

22 days ago
Leeds and Wakefield: Strikes to hit schools and bin collections. SCHOOLS are expected to close and bin collections be disrupted when thousands of teachers and council workers in Leeds and Wakefield take part in a national day of co-ordinated strike action next Thursday... -> Read more at Yorkshire Evening Post

Fascinating Facts About Brown Tail Moths

45 days ago
Fascinating facts about brown tail moths. HERE are a few facts about the brown tailed moth and its caterpillars. Brown-tail moths are a native British species that have spread up the east coast of Britain. The caterpillars are about one inch long, with two red spots on its back. They are covered in brown hair which is responsible for skin irritation. After their winter hibernation, the... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Salford Red Devils to Unleash New Signing Mason Caton-Brown on

Salford Red Devils to Unleash New Signing Mason Caton-Brown on29 days ago
Salford Red Devils to unleash new signing Mason Caton-Brown on . Hull FC will have to handle the attacking threat of Mason Caton-Brown for a third time this season. The former London Broncos three-quarter has made the move across to Salford Red Devils this week, with his new club confirming he is expected to make his debut against FC on Saturday, July 12.Caton-Brown has already... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Skirlaugh Coach Colin Brown: Plenty of Points Still to Play for

Skirlaugh Coach Colin Brown: Plenty of Points Still to Play for7 days ago
Skirlaugh coach Colin Brown: Plenty of points still to play for. SKIRLAUGH coach Colin Brown says there are still plenty of points to play for as his side look to remain in the Conference Premier. Hosting leaders Siddal tomorrow, Brown's side have the toughest task of the round, despite the visitors being in a lull form-wise. Currently sitting in relegation-threatened eleventh spot with... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Brown Ruled out for Fax, Holden Gets Call Up

23 days ago
Brown ruled out for Fax, Holden gets call up. Halifax half back Simon Brown is out of Thursday night’s Championship derby against Keighley at the Shay (8.0)... -> Read more at Halifax Courier

Brown Backs Fax's Attacking Revamp

30 days ago
Brown backs Fax's attacking revamp. Playmaker Simon Brown has insisted Halifax need to continue to “back themselves” in attack if they want to boost their chances of a lucrative second-placed finish in the Championship... -> Read more at Halifax Courier

Brown Latest to Sign for Next Season

22 days ago
Brown latest to sign for next season. Dewsbury Rams coach Glenn Morrison believes talented youngster Aaron Brown will come back better than ever next season... -> Read more at Dewsbury Reporter

Skirlaugh Aim to Build on Derby Win over Hull Dockers

Skirlaugh Aim to Build on Derby Win over Hull Dockers28 days ago
Skirlaugh aim to build on derby win over Hull Dockers. SKIRLAUGH coach Colin Brown wants to use last week's win at Hull Dockers as a catalyst to spark an escape from the threat of relegation. Brown's side secured the double over Dockers with a 30-20 success, which took his team out of the bottom three places in the National Conference Premier Division. But facing Castleford Lock Lane... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Suspended Sentence for Drink Driver Who Knocked Down a Telegraph Pole and Garden Wall

Suspended Sentence for Drink Driver Who Knocked Down a Telegraph Pole and Garden Wall24 days ago
Suspended sentence for drink driver who knocked down a telegraph pole and garden wall. A MAN with mental health issues, who drove dangerously during a prolonged police chase, was given a suspended prison sentence. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Beware of These Hairy Caterpillars in Grimsby Causing Skin

Beware of These Hairy Caterpillars in Grimsby Causing Skin45 days ago
Beware of these hairy caterpillars in Grimsby causing skin . IF YOU'RE heading out into the garden – beware of the caterpillars. That's the warning being issued today following a return to the area of what are believed to be brown tail moths. As previously reported, the moth's caterpillars, which are dark brown and covered in two million tiny hairs – are little creatures you... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Fine Century Sees Taverners Beaten

22 days ago
Fine century sees Taverners beaten. A CENTURY from former Louth player Michael Brown helped Alford to a stunning East Lindsey League victory over the Taverners. After winning the toss and electing to bat on a particularly flat pitch, Alford quickly began to exert their dominance over both opening bowlers. They advanced to 57-0 after nine overs before the first bowling change, with Brown... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Nurse Who Watched Golf Suspended

Nurse Who Watched Golf Suspended13 days ago
Nurse who watched golf suspended. A nurse at York Hospital caught watching golf at work is suspended for 12 months for misconduct. -> Read more at BBC News

Doncaster Rovers: Brown Looks to Future

47 days ago
Doncaster Rovers: Brown looks to future. Chris Brown is keen to look ahead to Rovers’ League One campaign following the club’s dramatic relegation on the final day of last season... -> Read more at Doncaster Free Press

Saints Coach Brown Wary of Bradford Bulls Players Trying to Impress

Saints Coach Brown Wary of Bradford Bulls Players Trying to Impress15 days ago
Saints coach Brown wary of Bradford Bulls players trying to impress. ST HELENS coach Nathan Brown believes the Bulls are dangerous opponents tonight – because they are playing for their livelihoods. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Sheffield Families Urged to Seek Help over Bailiff Costs

38 days ago
Sheffield families urged to seek help over bailiff costs. Residents struggling to pay council bills are urged to get in touch with the authority – as the costs bailiffs can charge rise. -> Read more at The Star

Hull KR Captain Josh Hodgson Slapped with Suspended Fine for

Hull KR Captain Josh Hodgson Slapped with Suspended Fine for36 days ago
Hull KR captain Josh Hodgson slapped with suspended fine for . HULL KR co-captain Josh Hodgson has been handed a suspended fine of £500 for making an obscene or offensive gesture during the Magic Weekend win over Hull FC last month. Celebrating his try which capped off the 38-24 success for the Robins, Hodgson was found guilty of making the gesture towards the Black and Whites... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Police Chief Suspended in NI Probe

Police Chief Suspended in NI Probe35 days ago
Police chief suspended in NI probe. The West Yorkshire Police chief constable is suspended in connection with an investigation by the Police Service of Northern Ireland. -> Read more at BBC News

Hull Court Listings: Find out Who Has Been Sentenced (June 11,

Hull Court Listings: Find out Who Has Been Sentenced (June 11,44 days ago
Hull court listings: Find out who has been sentenced (June 11, . An update of people convicted and sentenced in the courts in Hull and the East Riding. Steven Watson, 48, of 22nd Avenue, Hull, has received an eight-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, and must pay £300 compensation for failing to stop after an accident. There were no separate penalties for driving... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Skirlaugh Coach Colin Brown Wants to Build on Narow Siddal Defeat

Skirlaugh Coach Colin Brown Wants to Build on Narow Siddal Defeat11 hours ago
Skirlaugh coach Colin Brown wants to build on narow Siddal defeat. SKIRLAUGH coach Colin Brown says the effort his side need to remain in the Conference Premier is beginning to come to the fore after narrowly missing out on beating league-leaders Siddal. Facing a trip down the M62 to face East Leeds tomorrow, Skirlaugh will be buoyed by their 20-6 defeat to the table-toppers last week... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail

Nurse Who Left Patients to Watch Golf is Suspended

Nurse Who Left Patients to Watch Golf is Suspended13 days ago
Nurse who left patients to watch golf is suspended. A NURSE who put critically-ill patients at risk while he watched a golf tournament on a work computer at York Hospital has been suspended for a year. -> Read more at York Press

Suspended Sentence Teenager Caught with Cannabis Wraps

Suspended Sentence Teenager Caught with Cannabis Wraps48 days ago
Suspended sentence teenager caught with cannabis wraps. A teenager who breached a community order for possessing cannabis with intent to supply has been given a suspended custodial sentence. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Alcohol Costs York More Than £77m a Year

Alcohol Costs York More Than £77m a Year15 days ago
Alcohol costs York more than £77m a year. YORK has "significantly higher rates" of binge drinking than the English average, and it costs the city more than £77 million a year, a new report has shown. -> Read more at York Press

Hull Court Listings: Find out Who Has Been Sentenced (July 15,

Hull Court Listings: Find out Who Has Been Sentenced (July 15,10 days ago
Hull court listings: Find out who has been sentenced (July 15, . An update of people convicted and sentenced in the courts in Hull and the East Riding. Jon Moss, 21, of Dorset Street, Gipsyville, west Hull, must observe a two-month curfew for using threatening words or behaviour. He will be electronically tagged and must not leave home between 9pm and 7am. He must pay £60 costs... -> Read more at Hull Daily Mail