Lindley woman threatened during broad-daylight robbery at her home

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident on West Street in Lindley

Family tell of their lightning-strike terror

Children aged one and three were playing just feet from the explosions caused by the massive bolt

Licence granted to Newsome Tap pub in former working men's club

The pub hopes to use part of the bowling green at the back as a car park if planning permission is granted to its owner

Youth injured after motorbike smashes into car in Brackenhall

Police seal off Oxley Road near Asda after victim taken to hospital

Pictures: M62 thrown into chaos after man falls to death from bridge

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Motorway shut for more than two hours westbound at Hartshead

Former Virgin young business ambassador Jacob Hill jailed for dealing drugs after falling into £17k debt

Jacob Hill (left) and the Duke of York at the Young Entrepreneur Awards
Lazy Camper founder - and former Yorkshire Ambassador for Virgin Media Pioneers - had advised The Duke of York

Fascinating history of the oldest lamppost in Netherton village

We even trace the history of the man who used to light it in the 1800s!

Disabled man assaulted during attempted street robbery in Dewsbury

The victim, a 42-year-old man, was punched and fell to the ground and then kicked

Derelict Kirkburton petrol station to be turned into shops and flats

Developer Bayswater Ltd hopes to build mini-precinct on land formerly owned by Tesco

230-year-old Pole Moor graveyard reopens and moves back into family ownership

New owner Richard Broadbent brings cemetery back into use

Fast and furious cycling action set to take over the streets of Huddersfield town centre

Details and timings of road closures for Huddersfield Criterium on Wednesday

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Oakwell Hall and Red House Museum

Go back to 1914 with Oakwell Hall and Red House to experience life in a military camp

Huddersfield heatwave: Seven tips for staying safe in the sun

Fascinating history of the oldest lamppost in Netherton village

We even trace the history of the man who used to light it in the 1800s!

Disabled man assaulted during attempted street robbery in Dewsbury

The victim, a 42-year-old man, was punched and fell to the ground and then kicked

Biker suffers life-threatening injuries in Brackenhall crash

Police have refuted witness claims that the driver fled the scene

Disabled Grange Moor man Jon Myers beats his 'demons' through hotly-tipped spicy chutney and sauce The Unusual Chutney Company

His creations have won praise from shows and have been entered into a world contest

LIVE: The latest from Huddersfield Town and their rivals - Championship transfer news and rumours

Keep up to date with what Town and fellow Championship sides are up to in the transfer market

Huddersfield Town confirm home date with Deportivo de La Coruna

The Spanish side will visit later this month

Conor Coady grateful for his season at Huddersfield Town

The midfielder is in France on Wolves' pre-season tour

Huddersfield Town take Brian Murphy on trial as fellow keeper Joe Murphy is linked with Bradford City

Brian Murphy is a free agent after leaving QPR
Huddersfield Giants assistant coach Chris Thorman

Huddersfield Giants Under 19s determined to bounce back against Wakefield after Bradford defeat

Maintaining unbeaten home Academy run is big objective

Huddersfield Giants hoping to stage their Cricket Funday after Super League success at St Helens

Club hoping the fans turn out in force

Huddersfield Giants want the fans to turn out in force for the Founders Walk

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Championship transfer news round-up: Sammy Ameobi heading to Cardiff and Manchester United track Bolton starlet

It's been another busy day in the transfer window for Championship clubs. Here's the latest moves in the nutshell.

Huddersfield Central Cricket League's Allsop Cup semi-finals hit by the weather

Rain hits cup ties

LIVE: The latest from Huddersfield Town and their rivals - Championship transfer news and rumours

Keep up to date with what Town and fellow Championship sides are up to in the transfer market
Jesus Christ Superstar is at the Grand this week

Review: Jesus Christ Superstar at Leeds Grand Theatre

More than 40 years on from its debut, JCS still gives goosebumps

Disabled Grange Moor man Jon Myers beats his 'demons' through hotly-tipped spicy chutney and sauce The Unusual Chutney Company

His creations have won praise from shows and have been entered into a world contest

When is Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2015?

Four-day festival returns for its 15th year in August - we've got the dates for your diary here
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A report by the IOSH has highlighted the risk of skin cancer for people working outdoors, says Mark Weeks, of Wilby Ltd

The number of people in the UK diagnosed with or dying from the deadliest form of skin cancer because of sun exposure at work is revealed

Howarths People and Safety Management renews stadium deal

Cleckheaton-based Howarths People and Safety Management will stage a charity event at the John Smith's Stadium in October

KC Works enjoys success

Kirklees College and Stafflex have successfully placed students in permanent jobs as part of the KC Works work experience scheme

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Remembrance services have begun to mark the tenth anniversary of the July 7 attacks

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Britain remembers victims of 7/7 London terror attacks ten years on

People look at flowers left by the July 7 memorial plaque at Aldgate Station, London, which names those who were killed in the bombings at the station, as Britain remembers the July 7 attacks amid a welter of warnings about the enduring and changing threat from terrorism a decade on.
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