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Hundreds of people have marched through the Aire Valley
protesting against plans for an energy-to-waste
The protestors say the plant will cause pollution and be an eyesore.
Say it loud, say it clear, toxic air's not welcome here!
Around 200 protesters set off from East Morton to walk the three
The banners made their concerns clear.
Among them, pollution, increased lorry traffic and the sheer size
Wonder Woman says no to the incinerator.
The developers Endless Energy want to build two plants to take
They say it's green and clean and the site on the Aire Valley Road
has been cleared for building to start after councillors approved
the plans in February, but the protesters
I'm worried about the pollution, the amount of extra traffic
that's going to trundle through the Aire Valley, carrying
Given we already have issues with air pollution
in Britain, we don't want to create more pollution.
If we just recycled more, we wouldn't need incinerators.
Bradford Council said neither Public Health England
or the Environment Agency objected to the plans.
For the moment, the development is on hold, pending a decision
from Sajid Javid, the Secretary of State for Communities.
He has to decide whether to call the plans in for further scrutiny
Today's protesters will hope he's listening to them.
Police have named a 21-year-old man who was stabbed to death
Jordan Hill was found with serious injuries in his flat
He was taken to hospital, but died later.
Detectives have launched a murder investigation and are appealing
for anyone who saw a silver car near Jordan's home on the night
The Archbishops of Canterbury and York have called an independent
inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the failed appointment
The Right Reverend Philip North turned down the post
following objections to his stance against ordaining women priests.
He said he had withdrawn for "personal reasons."
The archbishops said the incident had raised
Five police officers will face disciplinary proceedings
after an Independent Police Complaints Commission investigation
into the arrest of a transport campaigner from Barnsley.
George Arthur, who is part of the Freedom Riders Campaign,
was arrested at Sheffield station during a protest three years ago.
The IPCC says four officers will attend a misconduct hearing
and a PC based in South Yorkshire will face a gross
A state-of-the-art gallery has opened to the public today
at the newly-named National Science and Media Museum in Bradford.
The ?1.8 million Wonder Lab explores the science
The interactive gallery has a mirror maze, a voice echo tube
and an exhibit called sound bite, which allows you to listen to music
It's designed to help children get more involved with science.
So you can shout into a 15-metre echo tube and hear how
You can play around with your image on a projection screen and twist
The kids are just drawn to it and the challenge of trying to get
through it without walking into any of the matters, it's brilliant
Let's turn to football now, and most of our teams
But in League One, Chesterfield remain deep in relegation
trouble after losing 3-1 at home to Rochdale.
And Sheffield United stay top of the League,
Hi, there, it's been a gorgeous day across Yorkshire
That will lead to largely clear skies overnight tonight.
A dry picture, but a few patches of mist and maybe low cloud
Temperatures will drop low enough rurally for a touch of frost.
A chilly start to the day tomorrow with a few patches of mist and fog,
but these will lift readily and we'll see plenty of sunshine.
Slightly cloudy at the afternoon, temperatures of 13 Celsius.
Don't forget, the clocks go further overnight so we lose
That's all we have time for this evening.
We're back at ten to seven on Sunday.
Good evening. What a belter of a day it has been. If you missed out on
the sunshine, don't worry, we will get more tomorrow. The one
exception, the Shetland Islands, shrouded in cloud. Elsewhere it has
been a stunner. The highest temperature of the year so far, 19
degrees. A beautiful shot here by one of our weather watchers. It is
already cooling down and will turn quite chilly this evening through
those clear skies. Dry nationwide and in the early morning the clocks
go forward and British summertime begins, which means an hour less
obsolete, unfortunately. We'll be dried chilli through the early
hours. As we've seen in recent nights, temperatures getting well