Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary opened in 1965 and is based in Lindley. It offers a full range of day case and outpatient services and an accident and emergency department. It is also the specialist centre for emergency surgery, planned complex surgery and emergency paediatric surgery for the people of Huddersfield and Calderdale.

Driver hurt in two-car crash at Outlane

Fire crews called in to help driver

500 mile trek for Kirklees Council streetcleaner Paul O'Donoghue

Soon-to-retire Paul O'Donoghue is not letting his pacemaker hold him back

Accident & Emergency Dept at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley

Teenager cut free by firefighters after Lockwood taxi crash

Crash in Lockwood leaves two hurt

Leeds Crown Court

Dog-owner Tiffany Snow banned from keeping animals after pitbull bit boy

Court hears she was using drugs while dogs were loose

NHS admits A&E target will be missed by hospitals for the first time ever

Annual Calderdale and Huddersfield results will be revealed next month

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Three people rescued from severe house fire in Huddersfield

The fire ripped through the families home in Moorbottom Road at Thornton Lodge last night

Kirklees Magistrates Court in Huddersfield.

Pensioner died after fall in road from mobility scooter at Shepley

Geoffrey Wallis, 87, died as a result of a road traffic collision in Barnsley Road

March 1987 nostalgia

This week's nostalgia feature looks back to March 1987 - Are you pictured?

A £500k Examiner appeal, Sunday League football and even a Scouting Gang Show appear in this week's gallery

More than 4,000 soldiers treated in Huddersfield hospitals during World War One

Dr Graham Thurgood, retired Senior Lecturer in Nursing Studies, looks at the range of care from 1914 to well after the war ended

Neighbour praised as hero by Slaithwaite fire fighters after he put out elderly man's fire in Linthwaite

The fire was started by a faulty electric blanket and destroyed a settee in a house on Upper Clough Lane

Darren Walters' bed was in a hospital toilet.

Man attacked in Slaithwaite pub with meat cleaver

West Yorkshire Police are investigating the Saturday night attack on a 28-year-old man


Electronic rostering system sparks complaints from nurses at Huddersfield and Calderdale hospitals

Automated rota system not the "magic wand" managers had hoped, union claims


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