Denis Kilcommons: Comfort food

Pobs was a comfort food: bread broken into pieces and covered in hot milk with sugar sprinkled on top

The scene of the crash in Denby Dale.

Denby Dale crash investigation will interview schoolchildren who were at bus stop just yards from scene

The injured man was taken to Leeds General Infirmary for serious but non-life threatening injuries


Denby Dale crash man trapped by legs after van and HGV collide on Wakefield Road

Fire cut the door and side of van off to free trapped van driver

Only one West Riding County FA Challenge Cup survivor from Huddersfield District League clubs

Heywood Irish make progress in West Riding FA Challenge Cup

Royal approval for Skelmanthorpe sports complex project

Parkgate scheme granted Duke of York's Community Initiative award

Kirklees Magistrate's Court

Vulnerable man who carried cleaver to scare away teenage bullies avoids immediate prison sentence

Richard Gant, of Skelmanthorpe, said he was sick of being picked on by the gang who congregated outside a shop

Junior football
Kirkheaton Rovers (blue) v Meltham
Skelmanthorpe batsman Paul Cummins

Huddersfield nostalgia pictures from October 1988 - who do you recognise?

The clothes and hair may have changed but have the faces? Are you or your school friends pictured?

Road traffic accident at the junction of Marsh Lane, Shepley and New Mill Road. Emergency service crews at the accident scene.

Police appeal after fatal crash on Shepley road

Fire crews and police attend incident and police launch an appeal for witnesses

Danielle and Dustin Smith on their wedding day in Texas this year

Couple who met on the other side of the world embark on global adventure ... before settling in Kirkheaton

Kirkburton-based Dustin and Danielle Smith, both 30, have already travelled in 11 countries together

Skateboard jewellery
Linthwaite FC, newcomers to the Kirklees Sunday League this season

Kirklees Sunday League newcomers Linthwaite set to make a big impact

Hall Royd-based club boosted by grant as they look to furture

Red wristbands in memory of Isaac Nash who was swept out to sea at Anglesey on August 29

The Isaac Nash Trust sell 1,000 fundraising wristbands in just two days

The Trust asks for £1 donation per band and another 3,000 are being ordered


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