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13:00, 26 OCT 2017
Huddersfield Civic Society
How a local bootmaker helped Stanley Matthews win the FA Cup
Football legend Sir Stanley Matthews played in boots specially made for him by a company in Heckmondwike
Jacob Hill wants employers to give ex-offenders — like him — a chance
Jacob Hill wons scores of awards for his business Lazy Camper before his fall from grace
Former Shelley man Phil Barton breaks world kite surfing record - across Great Barrier Reef
The team has raised over £70,000 which will be used to fund research into the terminal illness
Celebrity mum Kerry Katona tweets her support for Approved Food
Celebrity mum cashes in at cut-price food retailer
Former Virgin young business ambassador Jacob Hill jailed for dealing drugs after falling into £17k debt
Lazy Camper founder - and former Yorkshire Ambassador for Virgin Media Pioneers - had advised The Duke of York
Approved Food reaches final of Richard Branson's Pitch to Rich
Food firm bosses to face Sir Richard Branson
Approved Food is a step closer to Pitch to Rich final
Skelmanthorpe's Andy Needham and co-director Dan Cluderay are semi-finalists in Virgin Media Business' Pitch to Rich contest
Denis Kilcommons: International Nurses Day
It is appropriately held on Florence Nightingale's birthday
Dragons' Den 'loser' Andy Needham aims to pitch to Sir Richard Branson
Andy and Approved Food have shaken off their Den pitch disaster and are back up for another shot
Longwood entrepeneur Marcus Wilson asks for public help to help grow his Little Fingers Organic Baby Food business
He has entered his pioneering family business into Richard Branson's £1m Pitch to Ritch contest
Huddersfield to London link plan as Virgin and Stagecoach chosen to run re-privatised East Coast main line train route
Dewsbury is also set to get a direct link to the capital - find out more here
The Design bank lands Virgin Balloon Flights contract
The Design Bank won a closely-fought pitch to secure the contract to handle banding for Virgin Balloon Flights
Richard Branson launches search for top start-ups
Online enterprise community Virgin Media Pioneers is inviting Kirklees businesses to pitch their ideas to Sir Richard Branson
Mid Yorkshire Chamber stages annual dinner in Huddersfield
Ministers ‘on wrong track with HS2 plan’
Examiner Business Awards
Examiner Business Awards 2013: Kirklees Council sponsor the New Business of the Year category
Small is beautiful, they say
The Lazy Camper moves to 3M Buckley Innovation Centre
A YOUNG entrepreneur supplying camping kits is enjoying runaway success.
Tom Wrigglesworth’s humorous look at consumer afairs on stage in Huddersfield
IT IS comedy time once again at the Lawrence Batley Theatre in Huddersfield.
Business Profile: Heather Jones, of Lamont Jones
HEATHER Jones says too many employers in small businesses have a problem dealing with “human resources”.
BAE Systems plc
High rollers and high streets brought low
THERE was no keeping the troubled banking sector out of the headlines in 2012 after its Libor fixing and money-laundering scandals, while the contraction of the high street continued with the demise of Comet and JJB Sports.
Examiner Business Awards 2012 - New Business of the Year nominee: The Lazy Camper
FESTIVAL-GOER Jacob Hill has a hit on his hands with The Lazy Camper.
Huddersfield University student entrepreneurs to star on BBC 3 show Be Your Own Boss
BUSINESS students are set to feature on a new Dragon’s Den-style show.
Pushing Huddersfield Town forwards off the pitch: Commercial director Sean Jarvis on growing the business side of the club
SEAN JARVIS has fronted the biggest commercial expansion in Town’s history – and he has no plans to take his foot off the accelerator.
Barry Gibson: Why we must renationalise our rotten railways
OH dear. Just when Labour seemed to be getting it right, the party makes a rookie mistake – or maybe that should be a Virgin error.
Cinema in the city
With this depressing summer weather and the barrage of Olympics on the TV, those who want to seek an alternative form of entertainment might find that the films coming soon to the local Huddersfield cinema could provide fulfilling enjoyment.