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08:49, 26 JUN 2014
Former Shelley College pupil and Kirkburton resident enjoys limelight thanks to new major dating show Stand By Your Man
Laura Jackson, 28, is currently co-hosting Channel 5's Stand By Your Man with Westlife star, Brian McFadden
Almondbury students go the extra mile for charity
The school has a long tradition of supporting local and international charities, with each year group choosing its own charity every year.
Sporting boost by Rastrick pupils
Rastrick High School back Sport Relief campaign
Kirklees Active Leisure
Huddersfield's Borough of Kirklees Disability Squad in the Blue Peter spotlight
Comic Relief funds for Huddersfeild swimmers who get TV slot
Community groups in Kirklees could see £10,000 windfall
Voluntary organisations based in Kirklees can apply for funding from the Comic Relief Local Communities Grant Programme which has £9,754 to distribute in this area
(Video) Eight-year-old Joseph Rushton sings for charity - watch him here
After watching the Text Santa charity appeal on ITV just before Christmas Joseph Rushton was determined to raise money for the TV appeal which is helping six charities, writes Stoyan Dimitrov
Wheely big bike ride... and with a wheelchair!
Streetbikes, the project in Kirklees to help people take up cycling, is to take delivery of two wheelchair bikes for the benefit of disabled people
Great fun and an even greater total for Children In Need in Huddersfield - See your pictures
Thousands of people across the town joined the mammoth fund-raising effort yesterday to boost the multi-million pound appeal
£10,000 Comic Relief cash for set two groups in Kirklees
An organisation designing and manufacturing bespoke equipment for disabled people has landed a £6,000 grant
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Examiner Wish 2013: Huddersfield scouts urge youngsters to get outdoors
The 15th Huddersfield Scout Group based at Cowcliffe is offering young people the chance to enjoy the friendship and adventure which scouting brings
Family and Health: Huddersfield-based charity Womenspace, helping the victims of austerity and pornography
The growth of internet pornography and austerity measures are fuelling a dramatic rise in domestic violence. Those working with victims say their services as just as much in demand now as they were 25 years ago when says Womenspace, the Huddersfield-based charity set up to aid those in distress
Comic Relief funding goes on offer to local groups
A funding organisation in Huddersfield is to help give out Comic Relief cash.
Emotional night at the Examiner's glittering Community Awards 2013
IT WAS, once again, a night for pure, raw emotion.
Examiner Community Awards
Examiner Community Awards 2013: Student Community Award
TODAY we turn the spotlight on the sixth category in our countdown to the Examiner Community Awards.
Reuben Huxtable gives so much to his community
REUBEN Huxtable just loves being at the heart of his community.
Examiner Community Awards 2013: Teacher of the Year
TODAY attention turns to Teacher of the Year, the third category in our countdown to the Examiner Community Awards.
Examiner Community Awards 2013 nominees: Mollie Sumner in Teacher of the Year
MOLLIE Sumner’s passion for teaching remains undimmed – and she is loved by her pupils.
Thursday Friends bake cakes for Comic Relief
Members of the Thursday Friends, who meet at the Central Youth Club in Prospect Street, Huddersfield, spent a morning baking and decorating buns then took them to sell to staff at Kirklees Council offices across the town to raise £60 for the charity appeal.
School’s superheroes raise plenty of money
CHILDREN from Hillside Primary School, Newsome, swapped their school uniforms for superhero costumes on Friday, in the name of charity.
Kids and parents compete in great bake off
THE great Newsome Junior School bake off in aid of Red Nose Day saw pupils, staff, parents and grandparents whip up a fabulous array of cakes and buns.
The Great British Bake Off – Hipperholme style
THE school looked like the set of the Great British Bake Off for Comic Relief.
‘Bedroom tax will push up benefits bill’
I WOULD like to raise some concerns regarding the impending welfare cuts, which are operational from April 1.
Turn Again Theatre’s Blackadder show at Holmfirth Civc Hall for Comic Relief
IT’S a British comedy classic.
Comic Relief should put a smile on all our faces
IT’S a day when people all over our town and across the country do crazy things – for charity.