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18:27, 2 AUG 2016
Adrian Sudbury Award presented to Ramsdens Solicitor for its support for cancer charity
Prestigious award is given in memory of the Examiner journalist who lost his life to cancer in 2008
The lasting legacy of brave Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury, who died from leukaemia in 2008
Anthony Nolan campaign nominated for award
MPs back lifesaving health project inspired by Adrian Sudbury
Tens of thousands sign up to bone marrow register in campaign set up by Huddersfield journalist
Anthony Nolan Trust
The Huddersfield Examiner highlights the million lives saved in Anthony Nolan’s memory
The youngster was born with a rare condition called Wiskott-Aldrich syndrome and the only cure was a bone marrow transplant. The syndrome can cause severe bleeding problems, such as haemorrhaging, eczema, infections and auto-immune disease
Adrian 'Sudders' Sudbury’s parents given Anthony Nolan award for their charity efforts
Now the parents of the late Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury have been honoured with an award in Parliament
Barry Gibson: It’s time for me to move on
It’s time for me to move on
Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury inspires rise in male bone marrow donors
A bone marrow campaign inspired by the late Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury has been boosted by a sharp rise in male donors
Sudders and the 4,300 live savers – five years on see how Examiner journalist’s campaign with Anthony Nolan charity is helping to save lives
More than 4,300 young people have signed up to save a life thanks to the late Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury
Slaithwaite print company recognised for generosity to support youth cancer charity
A SLAITHWAITE design company has been recognised for its support for Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust.
Spitting students in Huddersfield do their bit for Sudders and leukaemia sufferers
IT’S not often that students are encouraged to spit.
Adrian Sudbury still saving lives
HUMAN interest stories often have the most impact and make people think about both themselves and others.
Sudders' story: Family's delight as MPs back idea of Adrian's Law
A BID to bring in a new law to teach teenagers about bone marrow, blood and organ donation has been backed by MPs.
Possible new law thanks to Adrian Sudbury’s campaigning
EXAMINER journalist Adrian Sudbury – known affectionately as Sudders – captured the hearts of people all over the world with his campaign to raise awareness about bone marrow donation
Late Huddersfield Examiner reporter Adrian Sudbury inspires reform of bone marrow register
SCHOOLCHILDREN will be able to become bone marrow donors from Monday following a campaign by the family of a late Examiner reporter.
Former Huddersfield Examiner reporter Katie Campling’s run with Olympic Torch
“IT was absolutely incredible.”
Keith Sudbury's call for Adrian’s Law for more information about blood, stem cell and organ donations
THE father of late Examiner journalist Adrian Sudbury, who died after a battle with leukaemia, is today calling for a donation law.
Adrian Sudbury’s legacy
THE legacy of former Examiner reporter Adrian Sudbury continues but his family now want to take his campaign up another level to potentially save even more lives.
Dad of leukaemia victim Adrian Sudbury calls for law to make lessons on blood and organ donation compulsory
THE father of a former Huddersfield Examiner journalist who lost his battle with leukaemia has called for a new law to give school and college students lessons about donating blood, organs and stem cells.
Huddersfield New College pupils sign up with Anthony Nolan for blood stem cell donor register
STUDENTS at Huddersfield New College have signed up to be potential lifesavers.
Former Huddersfield Examiner reporter Katie Campling chosen as Olympic Flame torchbearer for her part in the Register & Be A Lifesaver campaign for Antony Nolan charity
A FORMER Examiner reporter has been chosen to carry the Olympic Flame.
Olympic Flame highlights good causes
THE Olympic Flame is heading our way and with it the chance for several organisations to raise their profile.
Colne Valley MP urges men to sign donor register
A LOCAL MP is urging his constituents to sign up to a donor register.
A thousand thanks from the Examiner – Anthony Nolan Trust receive £1,291 from Examiner Community Awards
HUDDERSFIELD folk have helped the Examiner boost a charity fund to the tune of £1,291.
Examiner Community Awards Young Personality George Jackson
HE has battled leukaemia.