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17:58, 12 JUL 2013
Olympic Torch runner Dr Judith Hooper visited members of Friend to Friend at Kirkroyds School
OLYMPIC Torch runner Dr Judith Hooper visited members of Friend to Friend at Kirkroyds School, New Mill.
Huddersfield Olympic torch bearers running in other parts of the UK
THEY are all Olympic heroes.
Olympics’ chiefs defend torch relay allocations
CARRYING the Olympic flame on its route across Britain is a big honour for those chosen to take part.
50 days of Olympics countdown
THE OLYMPICS are just 50 days away.
Kirklees health director Dr Judith Hooper to carry Olympic torch
A HUDDERSFIELD health professional has been chosen to be an Olympic torch bearer.
As the Olympic Torch sets off for Britain, here’s the full list of torch bearers for Huddersfield and Brighouse relay
THE Olympic Flame is on it way to Britain.
Kirklees rise in TB cases
TB is on the rise in Kirklees according to latest figures.
Winter bug is plaguing the start of spring in Kirklees
WINTER bugs are still going around, despite the early arrival of spring.
NHS Kirklees launches health survey
HEALTH bosses have launched a new survey to help target resources.
Tuck in to a ‘supermeal’ in Lowerhouses
SUPER MEALS are being served up in Lowerhouses.
Getting fit with the Huddersfield Giants
GIANTS fans are being inspired to get fit by their heroes.
NHS Kirklees and Kirklees Council run Self Care Week to improve patient well being
PATIENTS are being informed on the best way to manage their own health.
NHS Kirklees Director of Public Health Dr Judith Hooper: flu jab could save your life
KIRKLEES residents at risk of seasonal flu have been reminded – remember to get your free annual flu jab.
Smoking, mental health and chances for kids are top problems to well-being in Kirklees: What do you think?
SMOKING, mental health and lack of opportunity for children have been identified as the three key problems in Kirklees.
Huddersfield health workers step up to Olympic challenge
A HEALTH trust in Kirklees has become the first to link up with the 2012 Olympics.
Swap some small parts of your routine to make big improvements to your health
A NEW health campaign is being launched in Kirklees this month.
Health grants for Kirklees groups
KIRKLEES Council and NHS Kirklees have awarded grants of £500 each for 10 projects which help people eat well and live longer.
Top award for Essentially Dance Kirklees project
A DANCE project set up in Kirklees has won an award.
Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust
Kirklees second highest baby death rate
KIRKLEES has one of the worst baby death rates in the country, latest figures show.
Huddersfield swine flu drugs centre shut down
HEALTH chiefs have shut down their swine-flu pharmacy centres in Huddersfield and Dewsbury.
Call for calm over swine flu
A TOP doctor accused the Government yesterday of "over-kill" in its reaction to swine flu.
Kirklees health chiefs plan for autumn Swine Flu outbreak
MORE than 2,500 Kirklees residents have now been treated with anti-virals such as Tamiflu following the Swine Flu pandemic.
Swine flu drugs offer no cure says Kirklees health boss
NOT ALL swine flu patients will need anti-viral drugs, a Kirklees health chief assured today.
“We are not lepers” say Shelley swine flu family
THE PARENTS of a Shelley schoolboy diagnosed with swine flu have urged: “Don’t treat us like lepers.”