In Full

News in Full

Cornholme artist Paul makes his older work available again after many years at restored pop-up studio

Cornholme once had more than 50 shops and one of them has sprung back into life this month, showcasing beautiful solid wood pieces by artist Paul Croft in the building which used to house the village’s co-op store.

News
Mayor and Mayoress of Todmorden, Coun Christine Potter and Lynne Houlden, at the Walsden Christmas lights and tree switch on event

Businesses join together to provide Christmas tree and lights for Walsden

Businesses in Walsden joined together to provide a nine-feet Christmas tree and lights for the village, a switch-on event followed by refreshments at St Peter’s Church.

News
Ofsted at Central Street Infant School, Hebden Bridge.

Top marks for Central Street from Ofsted

Central Street Infant School in Hebden Bridge is top of the class following its latest Ofsted inspection.

News
All smiles: Prof Kevin Webb (centre) is presented with a cheque for �15,000 by, from the left, Steve McHugh, Anne McHugh, James Holland, Keith Rudman and Andy Duggan

Todmorden man Keith’s book on his Cystic Fibrosis battle raises £15,000 for hospital unit

A man well known in the Todmorden and Hebden Bridge crown green bowling world has completed a Cystic Fibrosis fundraising mission.

News
Oxford Road, Siddal

Man pleads guilty to murder of Halifax mum

A 27-year-old man has this lunchtime (Friday) pleaded guilty to murdering Halifax mum-of-two Jessica King during a brief hearing before a crown court judge.

News

Song for Christmas 2017: Beech Hill J and I School

Schools across Calderdale have been singing their hearts out in this year’s Halifax Courier Song for Christmas competition, sponsored by Calderdale College.
Education

Song for Christmas 2017: Burnley Road Academy

Schools across Calderdale have been singing their hearts out in this year’s Halifax Courier Song for Christmas competition, sponsored by Calderdale College.
Education
The van and trailer have been recovered but there are long queues of traffic on the approach to the crash scene. Picture: Crown 2017

Two hours delays on M62 in West Yorkshire after van overturned near Brighouse

Drivers are facing two hours delays on the M62 after a van overturned on the motorway near Brighouse.

Transport
Highways England shared this image of the overturned vehicle. Picture: Crown 2017

M62 lane closure near Brighouse after vehicle overturns

Drivers are being warned to expect delays on the M62 in West Yorkshire this morning after a vehicle overturned.
Transport
The Book of Forgotten Authors

10 books to give this Christmas

Are you struggling to find the perfect gift for the book lover in your life? Or are a book worm yourself?

News
The Community Foundation For Calderdale team, December 2017. Picture by Chris Lord Photography

Community Foundation For Calderdale celebrates Local Charities Day with £25 million good causes landmark

In just over 25 years the Community Foundation For Calderdale has given out more than £25 million to good causes large and small across the district.

News

WIN: Family tickets to The Magical Lantern Festival in Roundhay Park Leeds

Let it glow, let it glow, let it glow!

Promoted content

Song for Christmas 2017: St Michael and All Angels CE Primary

Schools across Calderdale have been singing their hearts out in this year’s Halifax Courier Song for Christmas competition.
Education
Ten of the best things to do over the next seven days

Ten of the best things to do over the next seven days

Here are ten of the best things to over the next seven days in Calderdale.
Lifestyle
Do you know these people?

Can you help police trace these people?

These CCTV images have been released by police in Calderdale of people they would like to speak to.

Crime
Picture: PA

Primary school league tables 2017: Yorkshire is worst performing region

Yorkshire is the worst performing region in the country for pupils failing to meet the expected standard by the end of primary school, according to new league tables.

Education
Sir Kenneth Grange, designer of the Inter-city 125, in front of an orginal HST Class 43 Inter-City 125 power car

Rail special marking end of an era

Rail enthusiasts will be able to see the end of an era in Calderdale on Sunday (December 17).

News
Halifax was one of the areas used in the trial

Space satellites used to hunt for underground leaks in Halifax

Satellite space technology used to hunt for water on other planets in the solar system has been trailed by Yorkshire Water to help identify underground water leaks from its pipe network.

News

Song for Christmas 2017: Calder Primary School

Schools across Calderdale have been singing their hearts out in this year’s Halifax Courier Song for Christmas competition.

Education
An iced-up Shay Lane, Halifax, pictured by Coun Andrew Tagg, who says the route had not been gritted

Get a grip on gritting call - but Calderdale Council says it is salting three tiers of roads

Gritting issues are still causing problems for residents, three weeks after the cold spell began to bite amid a re-organisation of Calderdale Council’s gritting policy.

News
Load more