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  • Drought declared for parts of country

    A DROUGHT has been declared for parts of England following the driest summer for 50 years.


    1. Grease star Olivia Newton-John, who has passed away at the age of 73, was made a dame in what year?

  • Festivals get new headliners

    THE 1975 will headline Reading and Leeds festivals after Rage Against The Machine pulled out over a medical issue involving their frontman.


    2 free-range eggs, separated; 100g caster sugar; 450g mascarpone cheese; 1tsp vanilla bean paste; 150ml double cream; a squeeze of fresh lemon juice; 300ml freshly brewed coffee (warm, not hot); 100ml dessert wine; 200g Savoiardi biscuits or sponge fingers; 50g hazelnut chocolate, finely grated; cacao nibs (optional)

  • So much for levelling up!

    THE Tories have been in power since 2010.


    Hot and bothered. Marion McMullen looks at heatwave Britain 1

  • Schofield: We will get things back on track

    HUDDERSFIELD Town boss Danny Schofield rejects the notion his side's underperformance is through any lack of effort from his players and is determined to get to the bottom of what has caused their losing start to the season.

  • Campaign group calls for action

    A SERIES of rallies will be held by a new group campaigning for the government to do more to tackle the cost-of-living crisis.

  • On this day

    ¦1704: The Battle of Blenheim took place in Germany, in which Anglo-Austrian forces under Marlborough and Prince Eugene defeated the French and Bavarian armies. ¦ 1860: Annie Oakley, marksman who starred in Buffalo Bill's Wild West show, was born. Nicknamed "Little Sure Shot" by Sitting Bull, she was said to have been able to hit the thin edge of a playing card from 30 paces.

  • Jane Fonda's still a fitness icon at 84

    The acting legend has teamed up with H&M for a new range

  • Social care changes 'not going to help'

    SOCIAL care changes coming into being next year will not solve many issues and would hit those on "middle incomes", a senior councillor says.

  • Soap star on Strictly

    EASTENDERS star James Bye has been announced as the latest addition to the Strictly Come Dancing line-up.

  • Police make two further arrests after stab horror

    POLICE have made two more arrests after a man was left with serious injuries after being stabbed.

  • Adaay to remember

    ADAAY IN ASIA can thrive in West Yorkshire when Harry Dunlop's filly goes in search of a four-timer in Pontefract's EBF Stallions Highfield Farm Flying Fillies' Stakes.

  • I'm told my books are popular in prisons...

    AS a forensic anthropologist, bestselling novelist Kathy Reichs has been no stranger to death.

  • Calls for free shuttle bus between hospitals

    A COUNCILLOR has called for free shuttle buses to be put on for hospital patients in Calderdale and Kirklees.


    Hunter S Thompson's acid-laced counterculture classic, Fear And Loathing In Las Vegas, is given the ultimate collector's makeover in this 50th anniversary Folio Society edition. It features Ralph Steadman's original illustrations and an exclusive introduction by Glengarry Glen Ross Pulitzer Prize-winning playwright David Mamet.

  • Co-op cash pledge

    THE CO-OP has pledged to help communities avoid becoming "cash deserts".

  • Limits won't stop speeders

    MICK Mellor of Lepton gave a genuine account of traffic on Penistone Road (Road not quite the 'mad mile', Feedback, August 6).

  • Back three is a no-brainer now for Terriers

    DANNY Schofield should have a clearer idea of his best XI and his best formation after giving a few players a chance to audition for a place against Preston North End on Tuesday.


    Spies In Disguise (tomorrow, Channel 4, 3.45pm) is a globe-trotting animated caper, from the makers of the Ice Age franchise.

  • Teenage trio are blamed for mayhem

    THREE teenagers deliberately started fires and caused a night of rampage in Heckmondwike town centre, shocked residents have said.

  • Signs of toxic relationship

    CHARITY IDAS (Independent Domestic Abuse Service) says there are warning signs to look out for in relationships that include: ¦ ¦Your partner wanting you all to themselves and making it difficult for you to see family and friends.


    BAD SISTERS Friday, Apple TV+ FIVE sisters, two life insurance investigators and a dead husband.

  • Warning of teachers' strike threat

    A TEACHERS' union has warned it is committed to balloting its members for industrial action in the autumn if there is no improvement in a proposed pay deal.

  • Let's replicate Halifax scene

    ON A recent visit to Halifax I was pleasantly surprised to visit the Westgate Arcade, where I found a mix of shops and coffee shops and restaurant and wine bar.

  • Fancy a walk in the bark?

    LOCAL RSPCA groups are making a return to Beaumont Park in Huddersfield this month for the annual Beaumont Barks Bank Holiday dog show.


    Norwegian trio A-ha's forthcoming film True North will be released in selected cinemas worldwide on September 15 with the album of the same name coming out on October 21.

  • News quiz

    1. Almost a million children aged one to nine across London are to be offered a vaccine to try to prevent the spread of which virus?

  • drink it

    Enjoy summer in a sip with the new Pink Grapefruit & Lime Gin from eco-distiller Wildjac. It combines homegrown lemon thyme with lemon, lime, grapefruit, angelica, juniper, coriander and orange. The result is a refreshing easydrinking gin with a smooth and spicy bitter orange and grapefruit finish.

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