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22:30, 29 DEC 2017
Ringo Starr and Barry Gibb knighted in New Year Honour's List
Bee Gees founder said the magic will 'last me the rest of my life'
See Cilla Black's life story in a new musical in West Yorkshire
Great memories and songs from the 1960s
Rock n' roller Rick Wild reveals how he's back in the music game after a freak accident
"I think I'm still 21," says singer whose romance inspired a Beatles song
Salendine Nook High School
End of an era: Salendine Nook High School head to retire after 27 years
Head teacher Christine Spencer took over from Jeff Dakers
Photos of The Beatles in Huddersfield in 1963 to be shown on the big screen
Taken by Trevor Bray from Holmfirth they will feature in the new documentary Eight Days A Week
Huddersfield Art Gallery
What hidden treasures can you find at Huddersfield Art Gallery? We explored our town's answer to the Tate
The museum has been there since 1940 and boasts some mega household names in the world of art
Retired Huddersfield DJ Steve Lockwood is a self-confessed Bob Dylan 'obsessive'
Steve lands role as Dylanologist on South African radio station
Denis Kilcommons: I'm still searching for my doppleganger
Sadly George Clooney does not appear to be mine
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Ralph McTell in concert at the Lawrence Batley Theatre
From The Streets of London to Huddersfield's Queen Street, Ralph McTell arrives in town.
Snake Davis gig for Huddersfield Jazz at The Keys Restaurant
He's played alongside some of the biggest names in rock and pop – now virtuoso saxophonist Snake Davis is to play a gig for Huddersfield Jazz.
It's been 30 years since Live Aid! Look back at Bob Geldof's global event with our eighties-tastic gallery
Monday is Live Aid's 30th anniversary — look back at the concert that was held to raise funds for African famine in 1985
Obituary: Musician Alex Keenan
Man sold hundreds of thousands of records
Band Aid 30 may be UK No.1 - but Examiner readers prefer the 1984 original
The results of our poll are in - and you prefer the original chart-topper to the modern versions
Killermeters Huddersfield gig at Rhubarb
Just when we thought it was all over, the phone rings again!
If Paul gets lost for words Kieran can Help!
Kieran said: “When we met Sir Paul we told him we can play any Beatles song anyone requests as our party trick."
Denis Kilcommons: Get to grips with a leftie on Left Handers Day
Once upon a time, I was left handed. This was imposed upon me because I developed what is called a trigger thumb on my right hand which made it unusable for the sort of tasks you take for granted
Merrill Osmond visits Meltham factory to launch charity gala night
ONE of the Osmond brothers caused a stir at a Meltham factory when he called in to promote a big fundraiser.
Fire service set to do battle in the Solent!
THERE’S no doubt that West Yorkshire is landlocked but when it comes to sea-based competitions we’re the tops!
35 years ago, these men were in the top 10 with the Floral Dance - here's their memories of pop 'stardom'
A TOP OF THE POPS Christmas special brought all the memories – and the catchy toe-tapping tune – back to life.
Denis Kilcommons: Christmas mix of booze and Bethlehem
TIS the season to be jolly and I had to laugh when I read a Paul McCartney interview about a Christmas before the Beatles were famous.
Grumpy Young Man: The aural torture that is Christmas music
YOU may remember some months ago I wrote a list of my least favourite songs of all time.
Hilarie Stelfox: There are times when I’d like to be a plug puller.
THE PEOPLE on Radio 5 Live were expecting a torrent of complaints to their phone-in after rock legends Bruce Springsteen and Paul McCartney had the plug pulled on them during their recent Hyde Park performance.
Grumpy Young Man: Top of the Flops - the 10 most odious songs of all time
IF I had to write a list of all the songs I hated there’d be no rainforests left by the time I’d finished.
All Our Yesterdays: The Queen's Golden Jubilee in 2002
WE’VE just been through a packed weekend and two Bank Holidays of Diamond Jubilee celebrations – but just 10 years ago the golden jubilee celebrations spanned several days too.