Marsden Junior School
Kirklees Council

Top Kirklees councillor says government's "ill-thought out" idea is going to cost us money

Universal Credit admin is falling on council's shoulders - along with 500 extra pieces of paperwork every month

All Saints Catholic College in Bradley gets go-ahead for new-build

Plus councillors agree to new school for Cleckheaton

Lindley Moor, Huddersfield, from Lindley Moor Road.

Major housing and industry plan for Lindley Moor gets the go-ahead

But the controversial application divided the planning committee

500 mile trek for Kirklees Council streetcleaner Paul O'Donoghue

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

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Dewsbury pensioner Alan Ormston admits over £5,000 of benefit fraud

Kirklees magistates heard that he former miner, 68, failed to declare that he was in work

Kirklees Council

Eight jobs axed as Kirklees Council slashes funding for Kirklees Citizens' Advice Bureau

Chief executive Mark Lacey heads those taking voluntary redundancy

LOOK: Duke of York back in Huddersfield to support University

Royal guest unveils foundation stonefor planned new building

Mohammed Azam Yaqoob, known as 'Mr Sparkles', outside his house in Ravensthorpe
Taxi

Checks on taxis by Kirklees officials and police

Drivers handed penalty notices in night-time checks

Sheikh Ullah of Newsome chosen as Greenhead Labour candidate

Vacancy arose after Mehboob Khan stood down

Outdoor learning community asset plans for Holmfirth primary school

Holmfirth JIN School launches second phase of outdoor learning area

Kirklees Council apprentices swap roles during National Apprenticeship Week

Apprentices at Kirklees Council are trading places with trainees in other organisations as part of National Apprenticeship Week

From toddler to teenager - a look inside Huddersfield's first through school Royds Hall

Six months on from the opening of Huddersfield’s first through school, The Examiner visits Royds Hall Community School to see what it means for children and parents

Longwood Edge Cafe customers come together to try save beleaguered site from permanent closure

Their campaign comes after the Examiner reported it would close due to not having the correct planning permission

Castle Hill by John Longson

Denis Kilcommons: Frustration at litter louts eclipsed by tale of drunken Edgar

Information board reveals danger of consuming too many 'three penny specials''

Clr Martyn Bolt says Kirklees should explain what has happened to the money.

Proposed demolition of Dalton Grange sparks outrage

Syngenta own building and say once demolished site could be used for stadium match day parking or as allotments

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