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Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
11:57, 22 MAY 2014
A stitch in time - help for post-natal depression came from an unexpected source
Former journalist and mother-of-three Elaine Jinks-Turner turned her 'therapy' for post-natal depression into a new business opportunity
Huddersfield Narrow Canal
40 years of Huddersfield Canal Society
Anniversary of canal society celebrated in Huddersfield
Business Profile: Business Connector's Jonathan Wales
Bank manager Jonathan Wales has been seconded to a one-year role helping businesses connect with good causes
Army experts check on flood defences across Yorkshire
The military was asked to support the work of the Environment Agency as it set about assessing hundreds of thousands of flood prevention assets across England
Tributes to former Parachute Regiment veteran Roy Hallas
Obituary for Roy Hallas, ex Para
A new exhibition has been launched at the Creative Arts Hub in Mirfield with work by artist Fabric Lenny
Youngsters at Mirfield schools attended special workshops for the Chatting with the Fauna exhibition
Business in the Community calls for Kirklees firms to help young people get right skills for the job market
Business Class initiative provides support for pupils
Former Mirfield woman Jean Hardy retires as college governor
Dewsbury-born Jean Hardy, 60, retired after 21 years on the board of governors at West Nottinghamshire College in Mansfield
Brockholes explorer Peter Drake pops into Buckingham Palace to collect MBE
But world explorer of more than 40 years, Peter Drake, 67, yesterday travelled to collect his MBE at Buckingham Palace
Fixby man Simon Rogers and pals trek to Sahara raises £5k for Crossroads Care
A team from Huddersfield conquered a gruelling 100km trek in soaring temperatures to cross a stretch of the Sahara Desert
University of Huddersfield
Huddersfield University student is Campaign for Wool winner
A fashion design student at Huddersfield University met the Prince of Wales after winning a national competition
Dalton man David McDonald tells of life on board The Royal Yacht Britannia
The Royal Yacht Britannia was The Queen and the Royal Family’s sea-going home for more than 40 years
Denis Kilcommons: Iconic footwear back in fashion
Iconic footwear back in fashion
Robert Sutcliffe: Twenty-five epic years!
Next year I will notch up 25 years as a hack. Like many reporters I fell into journalism by accident
National Coal Mining Museum
Princess Royal opens new underground tours at National Coal Mining Museum
Princess Anne is not renowned for her cuddly side
Cedar Court Hotel
Kate Hardcastle named Diana Award ambasssador
Fundraiser Kate Hardcastle has been named as an ambassador for a charity set up in memory of Princess Diana
Denis Kilcommons: I think I'm turning into a Hobbit
I GOT a new pair of trainers this week. I had forgotten how white and shiny new trainers are, particularly on small blokes like me, who are getting smaller.
Prince Charles, Prince of Wales
Prince’s Trust predicts boom in young businesses
YORKSHIRE could be on the brink of a youth business boom, according to a new report by The Prince’s Trust and RBS today.
Letters: Should the country consider the return of the death penalty?
MY RESPECTS go out to the family of soldier Lee Rigby who was killed for no reason other than doing his duty for this country.
Plans to mark 150 years of Halifax Town Hall
MAJOR celebrations for one of Calderdale’s most iconic buildings are to take place this summer.
Examiner Community Awards 2013: Yorkshire Regiment wins The Achievement Award
The Achievement Award will be the final one presented at our awards night this Thursday and the only one where the winner is revealed before the night.
Calderdale’s golden girl Hannah Cockroft picks up her MBE
GOLDEN girl Hannah Cockroft has been honoured for her Paralympic achievements at Buckingham Palace.
Denis Kilcommons: Huddersfield Daily Examiner is a guardian of freedom
THE early warning station at RAF Fylingdales on the moors above Whitby was the biggest alarm clock in the world when I visited it in the early 1970s.
Denis Kilcommons: Always look on the bright side of life
WE were considering funeral music. Like you do, when you have a birthday coming up and are no longer over the hill, but rolling down the other side at what appears to be an ever increasing pace.