M62 average speed checks during managed motorway works

M62 speed cameras: Hundreds of speeding tickets not issued due to wording mix up

The cameras to the west of Huddersfield along the M62 and M60 have been trapping speeders, but no fines issued because of a wording on the technical order

£800,000 saved in wages on striking firefighters used to pay for cover, report reveals

Firefighters are on strike for the weekend in their bitter row with the Government over pensions.
Money saved on staff wages for strikers has been spent on emergency cover

Could new jobs be on the way after firms snap up huge industrial space at business parks?

Three industrial units - two at Grange Moor and one at Dewsbury - have been bought by Green and Brown and UK Greetings Ltd respectively

Emley Moor Mast: Amazing new pictures show Yorkshire icon just hours before massive collapse in 1969

The current structure was completed and transmissions began on January 21, 1971

89-year-old man using zimmer frame robbed outside own home after coming back from work

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The attack on the frail pensioner happened on Rochdale Road in Greetland

Huddersfield Town 0 Sheffield Wednesday 0: Five things we learned

Check out what the game against Sheffield Wednesday told us

New Mill neighbours object to Holme Valley Land Charity proposal to turn 'public amenity' land into houses

Charity, at the heart of land ownership disputes, hopes to build homes on former church land

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  • TRAVEL: One lane closed and queueing traffic due to multi-vehicle accident on M62 Eastbound between J25 A644 (Brighouse) and J26 M606 / A58 (Chain Bar), congestion to J24 A629 (Ainley Top).

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  • A troubled charity’s plans to build homes on land described as a ‘community amenity’ has been met with objections.

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  • SPORT: Huddersfield product Luther Burrell is expected to be available to England coach Stuart Lancaster this week despite suffering a knock in his club side Northampton’s 34-21 win at Saracens.

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  • Relatives of dementia patients at a soon-to-close nursing unit at an old people’s home have been given more time to find new places for their loved ones. Families had been given just a month’s notice of the closure.

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  • M62 speed cameras: Hundreds of speeding tickets have not issued due to wording mix up.

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  • HTAFC: Huddersfield Town 0 Sheffield Wednesday 0: Five things we learned -

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  • A frail 89-year-old man using a zimmer frame was robbed outside own home after coming back from work.

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  • Bella the dog has been found safe and well - after the driver seen 'snatching' her was actually a Good Samaritan taking her to kennels in Barnsley.

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Have you been papped by our Snapper About Town? It's the Little Buddha bar

Emma Hunter at her Longwood Gate home

Double terrace is Tardis for space (and time): See our Property of the Week here

The Co-operative building used to house the Heaven and Hell nightclub

LOOK: Did you dance the night away in Heaven and Hell? See if our pictures of the former nightclub inside the Co-Op Building bring back hazy memories

This week's All Our Yesterdays looks back to November 1985 - Are you in one of our snaps from 29 years ago?

Restaurant Review: The Three Acres

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West Yorkshire Police issue warning about suspicious advertising calls - for the West Yorkshire Police magazine

The force advises businesses to be on their guard against calls from individuals claiming to be calling on behalf of West Yorkshire Police

Pensioners injured after collision with van in Salendine Nook

Traffic on New Hey Road in Salendine Nook after the incident
Van driver stopped at the scene following collision at 8.02am near New Hey Road

Huddersfield University pianist Philip Thomas' set for the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival evokes powerful emotions

A performance artfully designed to be enjoyed live

£800,000 saved in wages on striking firefighters used to pay for cover, report reveals

Firefighters are on strike for the weekend in their bitter row with the Government over pensions.
Money saved on staff wages for strikers has been spent on emergency cover

Loan Watch: Matt Crooks features for Accrington Stanley as Paterson and Stead also earn runouts

The versatile academy product is now preparing for the visit of Exeter City to East Lancashire

Leeds United remain keen on Huddersfield Town coach Steve Thompson

The former Blackpool coach could be in the Elland Road dug-out by Saturday

Why Southampton deserve to be riding high in the Premier League by Huddersfield Town legend Andy Booth

Defensive record stands out as superb

Happy memories of match against Bolton Wanderers says Huddersfield Town legend Andy Booth

Hat trick in top flight

Huddersfield Giants delighted Luke Robinson has signed a new contract

Giants coach Paul Anderson has paid tribute to the toughness of Luke Robinson

Youngest Huddersfield Giants squad men adapting well to Super League training

Giants coach Paul Anderson has been encouraged by the way his youngsters are adapting to the full-time environment

Huddersfield Giants continue link with top kit company Kooga

It's three more Super League years with the two businesses

Loan Watch: Matt Crooks features for Accrington Stanley as Paterson and Stead also earn runouts

The versatile academy product is now preparing for the visit of Exeter City to East Lancashire

Huddersfield lack cutting edge at Sedgeley

Narrow defeat sees Lockwood Park outfit slip down National II North table

Old Rishworthians slip up at the death

Copley side beaten by single point at Goole in Yorkshire II

Huddersfield University pianist Philip Thomas' set for the Huddersfield Contemporary Music Festival evokes powerful emotions

A performance artfully designed to be enjoyed live

Kirklees Concert Season continues with violin concerto

Scaling the Heights is the title of the concert by the Orchestra of Opera North at Huddersfield Town Hall.

Talented musical duo Rock My Reception shortlisted for prestigious Wedding Industry Awards

The Shelley-based band beat over 1,000 entrants to get to the finals in the best musical act category

Naylor Industries appoints chief financial officer

Chartered accountant Ruth Moran takes up the role of company secretary and responsibility for finance and IT at Naylor Industries plc

Could new jobs be on the way after firms snap up huge industrial space at business parks?

Three industrial units - two at Grange Moor and one at Dewsbury - have been bought by Green and Brown and UK Greetings Ltd respectively

Calderdale website aims to help firms flourish

Are you protected from cyber criminals?
Calderdale Council and the Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce are among organisations backing a new website

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M62 average speed checks during managed motorway works

M62 speed cameras: Hundreds of speeding tickets not issued due to wording mix up

Huddersfield in fine tune as its 37th Contemporary Music Festival returns to the town

Huddersfield YMCA hand RU victory on a plate to Sheffield Tigers

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