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World War One: Use our system to find anyone from our area who died in the First World War

Search the full records of the more than one million casualties of World War One using our system

Nostalgia: Are you pictured in our gallery from July 1989? Take a look at what was happening in Huddersfield at the time

Classy conservationists from Lindley Junior School cashed in on their hard work

Hagg Wood shooting: Man blasted in chest in Holmfirth wood talks of his fight for life during attempted murder trial

Convicted drug dealer Neil Hazelwood from Whitefield who was kidnapped and shot.
Convicted drug dealer Neil Hazelwood, 29, was taken hostage by men who demanded two kilos of cocaine or £100,000 in September last year

Can you pass GCSE History? Try our quiz plus learn more about the Kings and Queens of England

Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?
The First World War, World War Two and women's suffrage are all on the curriculum

Emergency demolition of Elland Baths as swimming pool building riddled with structural flaws

Elland Baths - the pool
Severe structural deterioration at the historic former swimming baths means that Calderdale Council is taking immediate action to demolish the building due to safety concerns

Looking for a new job? Kirklees Council seeking new director for £121k a year role

Kirklees Council
Kirklees job advert for a Director for Commissioning, Public Health and Adult Social Care

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  • NEWS: Greenhead's Clr Judith Hughes has become the first ever female chair of the West Yorkshire Fire Authority.

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  • TWEET: Lindley councillor Cahal Burke has tweeted an update about the travellers on school ground - click here for our story

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  • NOSTALGIA: Where were you in July 1989?

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  • REGIONAL: A gunman who blasted a police officer on his doorstep in Leeds then laughed as he cycled away from the scene has been convicted of attempted murder.

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  • Afternoon all, Joanne here fresh from lunch (pittas and hummus) and ready to resume work again, I'll bring you updates in news, sport, travel and snippets of anything else.

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  • BYE! Well, that's it from me for today. Handing the news baton over to my colleague Joanne Douglas.

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  • TRAVEL: Updated: A62 Castlegate / Queensgate busy but moving around A616 Chapel Hill.

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  • TRAVEL: Cleared: Traffic returned to normal, earlier accident on M1 Southbound between J40 A638 (Flushdyke) and J39 A636 (Durkar).
    Towards Woolley Edge Services.

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  • NEWS: Flasher in court:

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  • NEWS: The long arm of the law stretched a long way from Huddersfield.

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  • NEWS: A kidnap victim blasted in the chest with a ‘YouTube’ gun has described his fight for life.

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Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?

Can you pass GCSE History? Try our quiz plus learn more about the Kings and Queens of England

The First World War, World War Two and women's suffrage are all on the curriculum

Can you pass GCSE History? Try our quiz plus learn more about the Kings and Queens of England

Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?
The First World War, World War Two and women's suffrage are all on the curriculum

West Yorkshire Police launch new campaign to keep kids safe on social media and the web

West Yorkshire Police
Police and agencies have launched new campaign to co-incide with school holidays

Huddersfield police officers scale Britain and Yorkshire's highest peaks in just 36 hours for Kirkwood Hospice and Hollybank Trust

The officers took part in the Six Peak Challenge - scaling Britain’s highest peaks and the Yorkshire Three Peaks in just 36 hours
25 Premier League players who could go on loan

25 potential Premier League loan targets for Huddersfield Town

After assistant manager Steve Thompson claimed Town hold first refusal on a number of Premier League players, we assess 25 potential candidates

Huddersfield Town's Radoslaw Majewski aims to prove he is Premier League class in season-long loan from Nottingham Forest

Sheffield Utd v Huddersfield Town, pre season friendly. Radoslaw Majewski.
Style of play and No10 role suits Polish international

Match Report: Sheffield United 0-1 Huddersfield Town

Adam Hammill scored the winner for Huddersfield Town in their 1-0 win over Sheffield United updated
Adam Hammill's late goal was the difference between the two teams as Mark Robins' side bounced back to winning ways at Bramall Lane

Keeper David Stockdale moves from Brighton to Fulham having begun his football journey at Huddersfield Town

Reported £1m switch for Wakefield-Emley loanee

Huddersfield Giants' Kyle Wood out until January after cruciate knee ligament injury

The 25-year-old, who is in his second spell with the club, ruptured his anterior cruciate knee ligament during the Giants 38-16 home victory over Catalan Dragons and will not take any further part this season

Kruise Leeming looking to build on his solid Huddersfield Giants showing

Huddersfield Giants hooker Kruise Leemings has admitted he's taken heaps of confidence from his performance against Catalan Dragons

Frenchman's birthday gift to his girlfriend - a surprise trip to watch Catalan play Huddersfield Giants

Many friendships are formed across the Channel thanks to the Catalan/Giants matches over the years
25 Premier League players who could go on loan

25 potential Premier League loan targets for Huddersfield Town

After assistant manager Steve Thompson claimed Town hold first refusal on a number of Premier League players, we assess 25 potential candidates

Netherthong gymnast Erin McLachlan plays her part for Scotland

Women's team miss out on medal for hosts bu men take gold

Huddersfield Town's Radoslaw Majewski aims to prove he is Premier League class in season-long loan from Nottingham Forest

Sheffield Utd v Huddersfield Town, pre season friendly. Radoslaw Majewski.
Style of play and No10 role suits Polish international
Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2013

What food stalls are planned for Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival 2014?

From a taste of the Caribbean to traditional pie and mash, there's a wealth of tasty eats to choose from

Could your furry friend bag a prize at the Mirfield Show Dog Show?

Could your prized pooch be a winner?
Check out the show categories and how to enter here

Brighouse folk singer Roger Davies sings praises of fallen servicemen and women with launch of charity single 'Wear Your Poppy With Pride'

A Brighouse folk singer is to sing the praises of fallen servicemen and women thanks to the launch of a charity single

J Brindon Addy backs talented cyclist

Holme Valley butcher Brindon Addy is sponsoring 18-year Gabriel Cullaigh as he sets his sights on a career as a racing cyclist

Wesco Aircraft shares in Eurofighter spend

Clayton West-based Wesco Aircraft is among Yorkshire firms to benefit to the tune of £12.5m as suppliers to the Eurofighter Typhoon

Bluebird Care (Kirklees) sponsors charity cyclist

A home care company based in Huddersfield is sponsoring Paul Terry, who is cycling around Kirklees to raise cash for Kirkwood Hospice

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World War One remembered

World War One: Use our system to find anyone from your area who died in the First World War

Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?

Can you pass GCSE History? Try our quiz plus learn more about the Kings and Queens of England

25 Premier League players who could go on loan

25 potential Premier League loan targets for Huddersfield Town

Russian President Vladimir Putin, second right, looks on as Crimean leaders, Speaker of Crimean legislature Vladimir Konstantinov, second left, Crimean Premier Sergei Aksyonov, left, and Sevastopol mayor Alexei Chalyi, right, sign a treaty for Crimea to join Russia in the Kremlin in Moscow. President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday signed a treaty to incorporate Crimea into Russia, describing the move as the restoration of historic injustice and a necessary response to what he called the Western encroachment on Russia?s vital interests.

Morning news headlines: Russia sanctions in place, five-a-day facts, tax row, Ebola fears

All the headlines from around the world

Morning news headlines: Benefits clampdown, NHS fears, Gaza battles continue

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The latest news from around the globe

Mother cautioned after police rescue six-month-old baby from boiling hot car

Police remove the baby from the hot car after breaking the window to gain entry
Officers were forced to smash a window of the vehicle to rescue the infant

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