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All the latest news from Kirklees Council

 

Christian school in "lockdown" over cross logo controversy

Parents told gates are locked at Oak CE Primary School

Another large housing development planned for Lindley Moor

The 109-home scheme is close to a site where building work had to stop after complaints

Rawthorpe Community Centre reveal fears for future as Kirklees plan to cut funding

The centre currently hosts youth clubs, groups for the elderly and job seeking advice for the community

Have you seen the pop-up gardens in Huddersfield's Piazza?

The displays were the culmination of eight months work between people of all ages

Clr Shabir Pandor, and right, Clr David Sheard

Kirklees Labour party buries the hatchet in a bid to get council back on track

Party split resolved with former leader Clr David Sheard set to take the helm

Parents gather at the gates of Oak school to protest against the change in the schools logo. Front: Campaigners Chelsea Fox (left) and Nikki Trepak.

Anger as Christian cross removed from Church of England school's logo

Parents upset as Huddersfield school loses religious symbol from its badge

Videotech boss's taxi plan blocked by planning inspector

Second attempt to re-use Cross Church Street shop is snubbed

Duke of Edinburgh Award scheme in Kirklees praised

Richard Smith, who is involved with the award, said thousands of young people have got involved

Kirklees chief executive to use emergency powers over £500,000 farm sale

Chief executive will have to decide as council currently has no leader

Refugee Week: Meet eight refugees who have carved success in Huddersfield

These eight refugees have carved out a life of success in Huddersfield

The Union Jack pictured next to the European Union flag
White Lee Road, Batley

Councillors slam "ridiculous" Batley housing plan

Application dubbed "urban sprawl" and thrown out

Kewz bar, Queen Street, Huddersfield

Police appeal against decision to keep Kewz bar open is officially withdrawn

The hearing had been due to take place at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Kirklees Council politicians go quiet on EU referendum views

Only Green party willing to speak up

613 New Hey Road, Outlane, former funeral home to be developed into holiday apartments

Derelict Huddersfield funeral parlour by M62 to become holiday apartments

Fire-ravaged ite was former joinery workshop and funeral parlour run by England full back Ray Wilson

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