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Shepley sculptor Dave Bradbury takes a wry look at life as a cartoonist
Artist Dave Bradbury joined the campaign to save Huddersfield’s A & E department with a cartoon - published on Tuesday in The Examiner - but has also used his talent to work on a wide range of other newsy topics
Robert Sutcliffe: Could the unthinkable happen and Tony and Cherie Blair divorce?
A new book suggests it is possible
Robert Sutcliffe: Lessons learnt from the phone-hacking scandal
Trial uncovered web of deception
Obituary: Margaret Thatcher
MARGARET Thatcher was the woman who, virtually single-handed and in the space of one tumultuous decade, transformed a nation.
Big debate on journalism for Huddersfield
WHO do you rely on to bring you the news and stories you want to hear about today?
Your chance for a glimpse inside journalist’s life
SOME years ago, I stood in front of a row of paparazzi.
Linda: Smoking, a dying art, is set to make a comeback
SMOKERS have become an endangered species.
Barry Gibson: Sir John Major more popular than Margaret Thatcher, Tony Blair and Gordon Brown
I NEVER thought I would end up feeling nostalgic for the days of John Major.
Comedy: Impressionist Rory Bremner brings a few friends to the LBT in Huddersfield
COMEDIAN Rory Bremner is about to hit the Huddersfield stage.
Mailbag: May 3 – Why voting should be compulsory
I AM, at the moment, several thousands of miles from home, but I have voted by post in Kirklees, as I always do when away on business.
BSkyB ‘fit and proper licence holder’
SATELLITE broadcaster BSkyB insisted it “remains a fit and proper licence holder” as it remains under the glare of media regulator Ofcom.
Denis Kilcommons: Asteroid 2011 AG5 could hit Earth on February 5, 2040
BRUCE Willis has been put on standby. But only in an advisory capacity.
Barry Gibson: Blame police not the hacks
THE clue was there in tiny letters in the top corner of the front page of the magazine, Fabulous.
Barry Gibson: Ed piles on pressure on banking bonuses
LIKE a broken clock, Ed Miliband gets it right once in a while.
George Osborne MP
KBN review of the year 2011
THE meltdown in the eurozone was felt by households and businesses across Britain as the nation faced up to what Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King called the most serious financial crisis “since the 1930s, if not ever”.
BSkyB boss handed special bonus
THE chief executive of broadcaster BSkyB has been handed a special “loyalty” share bonus potentially worth a seven-figure sum.
Examiner Mailbag, July 30, 2011
OUR Labour-led and LibDem supported Council is floundering in a deep mire.
Murdoch, Government and why footballers speak in cliches: Council leader, Examiner reporter and Huddersfield Town legend in Uni Q & A
Examiner local government reporter BARRY GIBSON faces a grilling on a Question Time-style panel before an audience of 60 young people
Denis: So Mr Murdoch, why the grin?
YOU can’t get away from the ongoing saga of News International and the hacking scandal.
Earnings boost for BSkyB
SATELLITE broadcaster BSkyB has reported a rise in customer numbers for its TV and broadband services.
BSkyB takeover decision delayed
CULTURE Secretary Jeremy Hunt kept the door ajar for News Corporation’s planned takeover of BSkyB today when he delayed a decision on whether to refer the deal for a full-blown competition inquiry.
Tuesday morning market opening: FTSE slumps on Greek fears
THE FTSE 100 Index lost all of the gains seen in its previous session today after a downgrade of Greek debt revived European economic worries.