Report says Dewsbury bail hostel could not have forseen killer David Mitchell's crime

David Mitchell
Prison and Probation Service report reveals further details of Robert Hind murder

LOOK: Save Grimescar Valley holds show of strength at site earmarked for 190 homes as planning panel visits

Campaigners in final week of protests as decision date approaches

Work starts on University of Huddersfield's £27m expansion

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All Our Yesterdays this week takes us back to 1992 - Are you in our pictures?

Golcar Nursery school children pictured during a Wild West fund day and barbecue, organised as a treat after they won a prize for their float at the Golcar gala, 2nd July 1992.
Howdy pardners - gun-totin' duo Jonathan Mercer and Stuart Grundy hold up the Examiner photographer.
This week's gallery has pictures from 23 years ago

Fire victim from Brighouse dies in hospital

New appeal for caution from West Yorkshire fire chiefs

Switching off street lights does not hit road safety, says study

Street lights switched off in Lindley Moor Road
Kirklees and Calderdale among many councils who switch off lights at night — with no association between reduced street light and more crime or accidents

Off the fence! Council planners reject 8ft fence in Dewsbury - after eight month wait

Gary Flowers spent £1,500 on a highly-visible protest campaign against the 8ft fence next door to his home in Wakefield Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.
Gary Flowers wins his costly - and bizarre - planning battle with Kirklees Council\n220715fence

Thugs assault Dewsbury man in targeted attack

Police appeal for witnesses after attack

Crazy Deportivo de la Coruna fan Stuart Hardcastle gears up for friendly clash at Huddersfield Town

Stuart once splashed out £1,000 to go to a game

Dewsbury taxi driver assaulted by passenger in Liversedge

Police are looking to trace suspect who also stole the taxi driver's Iphone 6

Huddersfield retailer Love Sofas ad "misleading" says watchdog

The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint about a Love Sofas website advert for a leather sofa

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This week's featured property is the home of Steven Mynott of Bradley

Marsden gardener Lindsay Haycock wins a bronze medal at Tatton Park Flower Show

Embrace are on the bill at Bingley Live festival

Embrace reveal secret Yorkshire festival near Leeds and warm up gig at Holmfirth Picturedrome

Huddersfield reader picture competition - your fabulous entries!

Growing up Yorkshire - hashtag takes Twitter by storm

Gary Flowers spent £1,500 on a highly-visible protest campaign against the 8ft fence next door to his home in Wakefield Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.

Off the fence! Council planners reject 8ft fence in Dewsbury - after eight month wait

Gary Flowers wins his costly - and bizarre - planning battle with Kirklees Council\n220715fence

Court to hear historic sex abuse allegations against Mirfield priests

The Mirfield Junior Seminary run by the Vernoa Fathers at Roe Head, Mirfield.
Abuse victim Peter Murray seeks damages after alleged campaign of abuse by seminary teacher

Thugs assault Dewsbury man in targeted attack

Police appeal for witnesses after attack

Tragic Susan Allen lost interest in life after beloved husband Geoffrey died, inquest heard

Coroner's Court
The 67-year-old of Dodlee Lane, Huddersfield, suffered from severe depression and began drinking excessively
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Huddersfield Town v Deportivo de La Coruna LIVE: Follow all the latest action from the John Smith's Stadium

Tom Marshall-Bailey brings you live updates from Town's glamour pre-season friendly as they go toe-to-toe with a former Champions League semi-finalist

Crazy Deportivo de la Coruna fan Stuart Hardcastle gears up for friendly clash at Huddersfield Town

Stuart once splashed out £1,000 to go to a game

Huddersfield Town youngsters have plenty to learn after pre-season defeat at Brighouse Town

Development coach Frankie Bunn says youngsters faced a physical test

Jacob Butterfield will be at heart of Huddersfield Town bid to beat Deportivo de La Coruna in friendly at John Smith's Stadium

He can burst forward with quality says boss Chris Powell

Huddersfield Giants face trip to Wigan Warriors in opening round of Super 8s

Catalans Dragons first visitors to John Smith's Stadium in Super League's second phase

Huddersfield Giants announce 10 new scholars for Under 16 development squad

Huddersfield Giants have taken on board 10 of their Under 16 Scholars to play with the Under 19 squad next season.

Jermaine McGillvary focusing all his attention on Huddersfield Giants Super League glory

Calls are growing for an England call

Nick Marsh: Sports Personality of the Year

Huddersfield's Nick Marsh out of English Men's Amateur Championship after Pavan Sagoo defeat

Marsh said Pavan played really well

Huddersfield Town v Deportivo de La Coruna LIVE: Follow all the latest action from the John Smith's Stadium

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Tom Marshall-Bailey brings you live updates from Town's glamour pre-season friendly as they go toe-to-toe with a former Champions League semi-finalist

Crazy Deportivo de la Coruna fan Stuart Hardcastle gears up for friendly clash at Huddersfield Town

Stuart once splashed out £1,000 to go to a game

Hot Pursuit movie: How good is the film and what are Reese Witherspoon and Sofia Vergara like in the movie?

Hot Pursuit is set to hit cinemas on Friday July, 31.

The Sugarhill Gang to play surprise gig at Louie's Liquor Store, Huddersfield, TONIGHT

The Sugarhill Gang at Guilfest in Guilford earlier this month
Hip hop legends to play one hour set at Old Court House bourbon bar

Abbey Clancy launches new shoe and bag range with Matalan (pictures)

Model Abbey Clancy has released a range of shoes and accessories to match her latest clothing collection with Matalan

Huddersfield retailer Love Sofas ad "misleading" says watchdog

The Advertising Standards Authority has upheld a complaint about a Love Sofas website advert for a leather sofa

Michael Branford, of Crest IT, looks at cyber security and asks: How safe is your business data?

For most businesses the answer is likely to be not as safe as it could or should be

KC Communications lands three new clients

KC Communications has secured work with The WonderWorks, Huddersfield Partnership and Temple Moor High School

Videos & Photos

Gary Flowers spent £1,500 on a highly-visible protest campaign against the 8ft fence next door to his home in Wakefield Road, Earlsheaton, Dewsbury.

Off the fence! Council planners reject 8ft fence in Dewsbury - after eight month wait

Thugs assault Dewsbury man in targeted attack

Work starts on University of Huddersfield's £27m expansion

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Met police investigating missing Madeleine McCann contact Australia police over suitcase body

The decomposed body of a young, fair-haired girl aged between two and four, who was killed in at least 2007, was discovered in a suitcase next to a remote motorway in Wynarka near Adelaide in South Australia earlier this month

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