James Keddy, of New Mill, in court after hurling racist insults at man

Kirklees Magistrates Court
The 40-year-old pleaded guilty to racially-aggravated disorderly behaviour at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

High Lea almshouses in Marsden saved from uncertain future

The Eleanor Moorhouse Homes on High Lea, Marsden
The six almshouses at High Lea were acquired by the charity, Eleanor Moorhouse Trust, in 1985 and will now be managed by Kirklees-based Sadeh Lok Housing Group

Has your child got their new 'smartcard' bus pass? If not, it's full fare from Wednesday

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Despite Metro's best efforts – including press releases, letters to schools and notices at bus stops and on buses – many youngsters and schools have remained unaware of the changes

Former wrestler saved by postman after bizarre crash trapped pensioner under lawnmower

Ted Fussey pictured with his rescuer, postman Nick Cockcroft (left)
Ted Fussey, 73, was mowing his lawn on three levels at his Marsden farm when something broke on the machine and it careered down a steep incline

Syngenta workers in Huddersfield face big pension changes

The Syngenta site on Leeds Road
The talks centre on proposals to base the employees’ pensions on their pensionable pay at March 1, 2015 – no matter how many more years they may be employed by the company

Mark McCartney, of Scholes, in court after damaging door and then driving off in uninsured car

Kirklees Magistrates' Court
The 21-year-old admitted criminal damage and using a vehicle without a licence or insurance at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

£460,000 revamp for Co-operative Food store at Town End in Golcar

Refurbishment of Golcar Co-op store
Change comes shortly after plans revealed for Tesco Express nearby

Freak ladder fall ends in leg amputation for Will Binns after doctors spot tumour

A teenager's fall from a ladder led to a diagnosis of a rare cancer which led to surgeons amputating his leg

Anthony Johnson in court after a driver almost hit him as he staggering around in the road drunk

Kirklees Magistrates Court
The Berry Brow man admitted being drunk and disorderly in public

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The Eleanor Moorhouse Homes on High Lea, Marsden

High Lea almshouses in Marsden saved from uncertain future

The six almshouses at High Lea were acquired by the charity, Eleanor Moorhouse Trust, in 1985 and will now be managed by Kirklees-based Sadeh Lok Housing Group

James Keddy, of New Mill, in court after hurling racist insults at man

Kirklees Magistrates Court
The 40-year-old pleaded guilty to racially-aggravated disorderly behaviour at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

£460,000 revamp for Co-operative Food store at Town End in Golcar

Refurbishment of Golcar Co-op store
Change comes shortly after plans revealed for Tesco Express nearby

Mark McCartney, of Scholes, in court after damaging door and then driving off in uninsured car

Kirklees Magistrates' Court
The 21-year-old admitted criminal damage and using a vehicle without a licence or insurance at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

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Grant Holt impressed on his Huddersfield Town debut after joining on loan from Wigan Athletic
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Just not good enough: Huddersfield Giants coach on team's play-off failures

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Huddersfield Giants coach Paul Anderson pays tribute to departing David Faiumu

Giants coach Paul Anderson knows David Faiumu will be a hard act to follow

Huddersfield Giants Grand Final dream is over

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Season for young talent at the Huddersfield Music Society

Trumpet player Rebecca Robertson
With the nights drawing in it’s time for Huddersfield Music Society to launch its autumn/winter season of chamber concerts

Mikron Theatre Company has show that's food for thought

Till the Cows Come Home cast from L to R: John Holt Roberts Esther Grace Button Jill Myers and Nicholas Coutu Langmead
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Huddersfield's Arnold Clark dealership wins award

Peugeot dealership Arnold Clark in Huddersfield has been recognised for the quality of its digital service

Microsoft to host grand finale at Kirklees Business Week

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