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Calderdale Covid infection rates rise by more than 90 per cent as council looks to step up testing; People in Calderdale are being urged to keep doing all they can to stop the spread of COVID-19, as preventative efforts across the borough are stepped up due to a significant increase in cases. Jun 15, 2021 430
How Calderdale will be shining a light on Refugee Week; Wainhouse Tower in Halifax is lighting up orange to mark Calderdale's support for national Refugee Week. Jun 15, 2021 362
These two Halifax buildings have been handed awards for innovation and heritage; Two innovative landmarks in Halifax have been honoured with the top prize in the Halifax Civic Trust Awards. Jun 15, 2021 715
Global Amazon agency based in Halifax grows client roster with addition of award-winning nutrition brand; Leading UK Amazon agency Venture Forge based in Halifax has bolstered its client roster by adding a new brand to the agency's growing client base. Jun 15, 2021 320
New 36 hour 'intense' thunderstorm warning for Calderdale as Met Office says when heatwave will come to an end; The Met Office has issued a new weather warning for Calderdale as thunderstorms are set to hit the borough. Jun 14, 2021 265
Calderdale Royal Hospital car parking charges to be re-introduced; Charges to car parks at Calderdale Royal Hospital and Huddersfield Royal Infirmary have returned today. Jun 14, 2021 497
Apology after people turned away from Covid-19 surge testing site in Todmorden; Public health experts in Calderdale have apologised to people who were turned away after surge testing was launched due to concerns about the spread of the Delta variant of Covid-19. Jun 11, 2021 306
Taste of Brazil comes to Halifax as Los Pampas steakhouse set to open; The Broad Street Plaza in Halifax is set to welcome a new addition with the opening of another restaurant. Jun 11, 2021 201
Calderdale leaders agree to learn from harrowing street based lives report and take action; Senior councillors have agreed Calderdale Council should accept the learning included in a harrowing report into the deaths of five homeless men several years ago. Jun 11, 2021 448
Family pays tribute to Tomi Solomon as inquest opens into teen's death; The family of Tomi Solomon who died after playing in the river through Brighouse have paid tribute the teenager. Jun 10, 2021 449
Disabled groups in Calderdale step up campaign to ban A-boards on narrow pavements; Disabled people in Hebden Bridge and throughout Calderdale are stepping up their campaign for the banning of A boards and other obstructions on narrow pavements. Jun 10, 2021 489
Paralympic champion Hannah Cockroft hails Duke of Edinburgh's Award for shaping her life as summer challenge launched; As a challenge to inspire, the Duke of Edinburgh's Award has made its mark on countless young people, raising aspirations and transforming lives for the betterment of communities. Jun 10, 2021 790
Sir Antony Gormley's beach body of work made in Halifax gets new lease of life; Sir Antony Gormley, one of the UK's most eminent artists, personally oversaw replacement foundations of one of his iconic works. Jun 10, 2021 350
Cash support available to people in Calderdale as surge testing begins; As additional COVID-19 testing and enhanced contact tracing get underway in Calderdale, the Council is reminding people that support is available if they need to self-isolate. Jun 9, 2021 542
'Team Pennine' bus service to hit the roads in Calderdale this summer; Transdev has revealed a new brand identity for bus services in parts of West Yorkshire including Halifax. Jun 9, 2021 486
Warning to residents as empty Nitrous Oxide cans found dumped in Calderdale; Community wardens have issued a warning to the public after a number of Nitrous Oxide canisters were found dumped in Calderdale. Jun 9, 2021 221
Brighouse among towns that will share [pounds sterling]610m to boost economy and create jobs; Brighouse is among 26 towns in England that will share over [pounds sterling]610 million to boost their local economies, create jobs and help them build back better from the pandemic. Jun 8, 2021 383
Huge shake-up plan for Calderdale parliamentary constituencies; Plans have have been revelated that will see a huge shake-up of parliamentary constituencies in Calderdale. Jun 8, 2021 514
Halifax police warning after catalytic converter crime spree; Police officers in Calderdale have revealed areas where catalytic converter thieves have been operating. Jun 8, 2021 180
Future of former Rastrick Independent school revealed as building is sold off; The future of Rastrick Independent School has been revealed after the building was sold off. Jun 7, 2021 295
Halifax groups meet shadow minister to help campaign making the asylum system better; The new shadow immigration minister and the Halifax MP visited an asylum and refugee centre in Calderdale. Jun 7, 2021 576
Views wanted as new plans revealed to tackle congestion around Cooper Bridge; New plans have been revealed to tackle congestion, long journey times and poor air quality on the A62 and A644 in the Cooper Bridge area. Jun 7, 2021 470
Covid Delta variant: Surge testing to be deployed in these Calderdale areas; Covid surge testing is set to be deployed in Calderdale with a number of areas identified for additional tests. Jun 7, 2021 280
Bradford City pay tribute to teen Tomi Solomon who died in Brighouse river tragedy; Tributes have been paid to a teenager who died after playing with friends by the river that runs through Brighouse. Jun 4, 2021 367
Vacant Halifax mill goes up for sale with plans to convert it into apartments; A Halifax mill that was badly damaged by a fire has been put up for sale with plans to convert it into apartments. Jun 4, 2021 264
New camera technology aims to catch illegal Calderdale dumpers; Calderdale Council is cracking down on the illegal dumping of waste in the borough, with new technology making reporting and catching the culprits easier. Jun 4, 2021 441
110mph driver has car seized after being stopped by police on M62; A driver had their car seized after being stopped on the motorway by police. Jun 4, 2021 223
Music, food and crowds return to the Piece Hall as venue hosts first gig in more than a year; One of Calderdale's leading venues staged a makers' market and open air music. Jun 3, 2021 285
Canal and River Trust responds after tragic death of teen in Brighouse waterways; As temperatures soar across the country, Canal & River Trust (Yorkshire & North East) is working with West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service (WYFRS) to help reinforce the importance of staying safe by water this summer. Jun 3, 2021 498
Robbery victim permanently scarred by drill in terrifying attack at his Calderdale home; A terrified robbery victim was left permanently scarred after one of his attackers used a drill on his chest when he couldn't remember details to his online bank account. May 28, 2021 394
Investigation review after five men died living on the streets of Halifax; Five men who died after living on the streets of Halifax will be discussed by Calderdale Council's Cabinet after the publication of a review by Calderdale Safeguarding Adults Board. May 28, 2021 474
Rail operator Northern to install hundreds of ticket machines as part of [pounds sterling]17m scheme; Northern has pledged to install 600 new ticket vending machines across the network as part of wide-ranging modernisation plan. May 14, 2021 447
'Worrying increase' in number of people swimming in reservoirs during lockdown; There has been a "worrying increase" in the number of people swimming reservoirs in Yorkshire during lockdown, it has been revealed. May 14, 2021 218
Rastrick man receives total jail sentence of 25 years for multiple rapes and assaults in Calderdale; A man has received a total sentence of 25 years after being found guilty of multiple rapes and assaults in Calderdale. May 14, 2021 255
Gang of youths leave victim with injuries after Halifax hammer attack; A man was attacked in Halifax by a gang where one of the youths was carrying a hammer. May 14, 2021 280
Murder investigation launched after body of man found in Calderdale; Detectives have launched a murder investigation after the discovery of a body in Calderdale of a man believed to be from Manchester. May 14, 2021 404
Marshalls sales leap as homeowners spend their Covid savings on sprucing up the back garden; Paving specialist Marshalls has reported a big jump in sales after homeowners decided to spruce up their outside space during lockdown. May 13, 2021 513
The Piece Hall gears up to host Eid get together; The Piece Hall in Halifax is to host an Eid Get Together. May 13, 2021 312
Halifax boy becomes one of youngest in country to complete Yorkshire Three Peaks for charity; A Halifax boy has become one of the youngest in the country to complete the famous Yorkshire Three Peaks walk, whilst fundraising for children's cancer charity, Candlelighters. May 13, 2021 330
Roadmap out of lockdown: Calderdale Council reveals more changes and openings on May 17; Following the confirmation from the Prime Minister that the next stage of the Government's roadmap out of lockdown will go ahead as planned from Monday May 17, Calderdale Council is reviewing the impact on its services. May 13, 2021 473
Illegal Halifax trader stripped of alcohol licence after trading standards investigation; An off-licence in Calderdale has had heir alcohol licences revoked because of their involvement in the sale of illegal tobacco products. May 11, 2021 374
Woolshops Shopping Centre in Halifax put up for sale for [pounds sterling]15.5m; Woolshops Shopping Centre in Halifax has bee put on the market for [pounds sterling]15.5m. May 11, 2021 345
Halifax attack ouside takeaway leaves man with serious face and leg injuries; Police in Calderdale are appealing for witnesses following a serious assault of a man in Halifax. May 11, 2021 162
Appeal launched to find relatives after death of Calderdale woman; Coroner's Officers are appealing for information to trace the relatives of Maureen Curtiss from Todmorden. May 11, 2021 175
Victoria Theatre to bring fun and laughter back to Halifax as it announces first comedy shows; The Victoria Theatre has announced plans to welcome theatregoers back into the theatre after over a year of remaining closed due to the Coronavirus pandemic. May 11, 2021 419
Investigation work begins on land around M62 to deliver [pounds sterling]283m smart motorway; Ground investigation work has begun to push forward the [pounds sterling]283m M62 smart motorway scheme between junctions 20 and 25. May 10, 2021 279
Calderdale Council election results in pictures; It was a different sight at North Bridge Leisure centre today as the local Calderdale election count was carried out. May 8, 2021 182
Rex Cinema in Elland making final preparations to re-open; Elland's Rex cinema is getting ready to open its doors again as it puts in the final preparations. May 7, 2021 335
Brighouse man handed five year ban for causing his pet dog to suffer; A man from Calderdale has been sentenced for two animal cruelty offences following a prosecution brought by the RSPCA. May 7, 2021 328
Meet the new board of trustees at the Piece Hall; The Piece Hall Trust has announced the appointment of five, new trustees who will look to drive the strategic direction of The Piece Hall as a unique cultural, heritage, retail, leisure and hospitality offer. May 7, 2021 617
Calderdale shoppers now able to donate to charity through unique contactless payment point; The Community Foundation for Calderdale (CFFC) has partnered with Halifax BID, Woolshops Shopping Centre, Yorkshire Payments, and Briggs Priestley Signs to launch the first permanent contactless card donation point in the area so shoppers can donate safely and help local charities. May 5, 2021 335

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