Yorkshire Post

Huddersfield discovery could help transform treatment for cancer

HUDDERSFIELD SCIENTISTS have patented a technique that allows cancer cells to be destroyed while leaving healthy ones unaffected.

The discovery opens up the potential for highly effective new cancer treatments which are free of serious side effects.

Now the research team headed by Dr ...

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Dave Craven: Forget Storm Doris, Wigan have created their own storm

IT WAS great while it lasted wasn’t it?

Super League beating those pesky irritants from the NRL so impressively last weekend saw the competition here rightly basking in glory.

The manner of wins by Wigan Warriors and, in particular, Warrington Wolves over Cronulla Sharks and ...

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Sheffield United v Bolton Wanderers: Mark Duffy is determined to get back on target with Blades

Mark Duffy volunteered for extra shooting practice this week to try and solve his mini goal drought at Sheffield United.

The 31-year-old attacking midfielder has netted five times for the League One leaders, but has not scored for three months since a double against Swindon Town on ...

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Weekend Interview: Why Olympics coach Ady Hinchcliffe is heading Down Under

THERE is good reason why Australia have “rolled the red carpet out” to welcome Leeds-based Ady Hinchliffe as the country’s new head diving coach.

The 45-year-old’s efforts in taking divers to the last five Olympic Games have not gone unnoticed.

Had Hinchliffe had ...

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Port Vale v Bradford City: Time for Bantams to be more clinical – Stuart McCall
WITH a host of rivals suddenly snapping at Bradford City’s heels in the final play-off place, Stuart McCall wants points to go with the plaudits that his side have been receiving from opposition managers. ...
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Derby day: Yorkshire Championship promotion battle builds to a tense, grand finale
AS combined ticket sales of around 54,000 vividly illustrate, today’s Yorkshire derby double-header in the Championship promotion race has clearly caught the imagination of the county’s football supporters. ...
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Labour ‘further from power than any time in my life’ says David Miliband

Labour under Jeremy Corbyn’s leadership is further from power than any time in the last 50 years, David Miliband has said.

As Mr Corbyn made clear he is determined to continue as Labour leader despite a humiliating defeat in the Copeland by-election, Mr Miliband said he was “deeply ...

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Huddersfield discovery could help transform treatment for cancer

HUDDERSFIELD SCIENTISTS have patented a technique that allows cancer cells to be destroyed while leaving healthy ones unaffected.

The discovery opens up the potential for highly effective new cancer treatments which are free of serious side effects.

Now the research team headed by Dr ...

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Warrington Wolves 22 Castleford Tigers 30: Luke Gale and Zak Hardaker lead Tigers to impressive victory
Castleford scrum-half Luke Gale was in inspiring form as the Tigers maintained their unbeaten start to the Super League season with a thrilling 30-22 victory over Warrington at the Halliwell Jones stadium. ...
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Huddersfield Giants 24 Wakefield Trinity 16: Giants battle back to pile on the misery for Wakefield

LUCKLESS Wakefield Trinity must be beginning to wonder when their losing run – the longest in the British game – will ever finally end.

In all fairness, it should have done last night as Chris Chester’s side had worked themselves into a positive position at struggling ...

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What table says now is irrelevant, says Huddersfield Town’s David Wagner
HEAD COACH David Wagner has maintained his stance that the Championship table is “irrelevant” even though victory today would guarantee to take Huddersfield Town to within a point of the automatic promotion places, albeit possibly only for a couple of hours. ...
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Warrington 22 Castleford 30: Luke Gale and Zak Hardaker lead Tigers to impressive victory
Castleford scrum-half Luke Gale was in inspiring form as the Tigers maintained their unbeaten start to the Super League season with a thrilling 30-22 victory over Warrington at the Halliwell Jones stadium. ...
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Leeds Rhinos 20 Salford Red Devils 14: Liam Sutcliffe comes to Rhinos’ rescue at Headingley

LIAM SUTCLIFFE has come in for some criticism this season, but he was Leeds Rhinos’ match-winner at Headingley last night.

Sutcliffe came off the bench late in the second half and scored the try, two minutes from time, which secured victory over luckless Salford Red ...

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How rail firms ‘hide copmensation rights behind smokescreen of small print’

Train companies were accused last night of hiding passengers’ rights to compensation behind a “smokescreen” of confusing terms and conditions.

Under legislation which came into force on the railways last October, passengers are entitled to claim for “consequential ...

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North-north divide: York and Bradford in a tale of two cities

Home affordability in British cities is at its worst level since 2008, with properties typically costing nearly seven times average earnings, a report has found.

The Lloyds Bank study found that the average house price in a UK city has surged by nearly a third (32 per cent) over the last ...

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Will Nigel Pearson return to replace axed Ranieri at Foxes?
Leicester City begin their search for the man they hope will deliver Premier League safety after sacking the club’s “most successful manager of all time”, Claudio Ranieri on Thursday. ...
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Doncaster motivation levels have gone up after injury to Jordan Houghton – Darren Ferguson
MAnager Darren Ferguson says that Doncaster Rovers are seeking to provide crestfallen loan midfielder Jordan Houghton with a touch of solace – by way of a League Two championship winner’s medal in May. ...
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Video: Man who took to rooftop jailed for hammer and machete attack

A violent offender – who attacked a man with a machete and hammer and hurled tiles down on police from a rooftop – has been jailed for 13 years.

Clint Clay, 24, was convicted of assaulting Jason Potts, last June, wounding him with intent to cause grievous bodily harm on July 4 ...

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Barnsley v Huddersfield Town: Five classic ties that lit up Oakwell
BARNSLEY and Huddersfield have locked horns in some famous derby jousts over the years and Saturday promises to be another occasion to savour as rivals from either side of the Emley Moor mast do battle. ...
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Super League: Hull FC pay the penalty for an indisciplined display against Catalan Dragons

INEVITABLY, in a wretched game littered by so many penalties, it was a moment of ill-discipline that cost Hull FC last night.

Liam Watts, who actually won their man-of-the-match for an otherwise fine effort, was the proverbial hero turned villain.

He had helped put Lee Radford’s ...

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Leeds United v Sheffield Wednesday: Yorkshire rivals ready to show Premier League what they are missing
TO a county that boasts 11 league titles and a host of Cup triumphs both at home and abroad, a promotion race that increasingly looks like culminating in three Yorkshire sides slugging it out in the Championship play-offs sounds like small beer. ...
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