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120 Huddersfield and Calderdale hospital staff opt for voluntary redundancy

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Anger over Syngenta's decision to demolish Dalton Grange in Rawthorpe

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120 Huddersfield and Calderdale hospital staff opt for voluntary redundancy

Very few clinical staff allowed to leave, say bosses

Norwegian youngster Sondre Tronstad is living the dream at Huddersfield Town

Youth international settling in with his English club, writes Jonas Giaever

Radi Majewski can still have an input at Huddersfield Town says manager Chris Powell

Jacob Butterfield's consistency means the gaffer has only used the loanee three times

Reece James hungry for Huddersfield Town bow

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Huddersfield Town recruit Reece James could face Manchester United mate Will Keane at Sheffield Wednesday

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Huddersfield Giants will not put pressure on Jamie Ellis

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Norwegian youngster Sondre Tronstad is living the dream at Huddersfield Town

Youth international settling in with his English club, writes Jonas Giaever

Radi Majewski can still have an input at Huddersfield Town says manager Chris Powell

Jacob Butterfield's consistency means the gaffer has only used the loanee three times

Review: Faultless performance of Haydn's Nelson Mass and Mozart's Requiem by Huddersfield Choral Society and the Royal Northern Sinfonia

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50 stallholders prepare for alternative market in Huddersfield on Easter Saturday

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Vanessa Brooks quits as artistic director of Huddersfield-based Dark Horse theatre company

Group was still reeling from loss of £100,000 in Arts Council funding

Huddersfield University takes technology from lab to shopfloor

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Close Brothers survey shows SMEs upbeat

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Kirklees College hosts exports event

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Review: Faultless performance of Haydn's Nelson Mass and Mozart's Requiem by Huddersfield Choral Society and the Royal Northern Sinfonia

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