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Charity 'Beat Bullying' meeting West Yorkshire students.
A National Charity is trying to tackle cyber attacks in West Yorkshire as the new school term approaches.
Beat Bullying trains youngsters to identify trolls and tackle online abuse head-on.
Last years statistics show 134 students were excluded from Bradford, Calderdale and Kirklees schools for the offence.
Richard Piggin from Beat Bullying said: "Cyber bullying is a problem wherever you are and part of the issue is that there is no geographical restriction- you can target someone from wherever you are, you don't have to be in the same location.
"However, the recent Department for Education research highlighted that bullying remains an issue in the West Yorkshire area.
"It's a problem everywhere, but it's something young people themselves can really do something [about] and make a difference."
The forward will stay with the side for at least another year.
Dave Fawcett has been working hard to help homeless people in Halifax.
The MP has been interviewed under caution for comments he made about Israel.
There have been demonstrations at Keighley and Dewsbury stations.
Those who provide care are being encouraged to speak out if they see poor standards.
A 31 year old woman has been left with two black eyes after a robbery at her home in Huddersfield on Friday night.