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MP Jason McCartney granted Commons debate on Huddersfield stone thefts plague
Flagstones, tiles and bricks repeated stolen from homes, school and churches
Fight to stop stone thefts in Huddersfield reaches Home Office
Anger over growing number of stone thefts
New deportation blow for Huddersfield couple facing separation in visa row
Civil servants claim the couple do not earn enough to justify Brett staying in the UK - even though he has been here for several years
Apple's latest iPhones most likely to be targeted by thieves
iPhones take the top 4 spots
University of Huddersfield
Huddersfield couple Matt Mallinson and Brett Rice fight deportation threat - over £361.20
Man faces deportation to South Africa - over sake of a few pounds
West Yorkshire Police
West Yorkshire Police implements changes to Stop and Search powers for greater transparency
From today, police will record all outcomes on whether there is a connection between the grounds for the search and the outcome
Dewsbury peer Baroness Warsi's attack over claims of extremism in schools
Faith minister Baroness Warsi has dismissed suggestions of a link between conservative Islam and terrorism
Clare's Law rolled out across country thanks to efforts of Batley dad Michael Brown
Tougher checks on men with violent past thanks to man's campaign
Lee Rigby killer launches appeal bid
The Judicial Office confirmed the Court of Appeal move has been made by Michael Adebolajo, 29
Fears grow over falling numbers of bobbies on the beat in West Yorkshire
And with West Yorkshire Police losing hundreds of officers in the coming years, there was growing pressure on the region’s police commissioner to act
Head of new National Crime Agency sends a warning to criminal Mr Bigs
With a budget of nearly half-a-billion pounds a year, the National Crime Agency (NCA) will lead the fight against the estimated 37,000 criminals involved in serious and organised crime that hits the UK
Battle to halt Birkby fire killer's release from prison goes to Home Secretary
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman is to meet Theresa May to try and stop release of Shakiel Amir Shazad
Barry Gibson: Forget clichés, get on with life
I’LL admit that I had to use my old research assistant Mr Google to find the name of the man behind this week’s words of wisdom.
Ticket barriers at Huddersfield Railway Station ‘not working’
THE principle of installing barriers at Huddersfield Railway station is a good thing.
Clare’s Law could be rolled out after pilot success
A PILOT scheme launched to allow police to disclose a partner’s violent past could be rolled out nationally due to its success.
Andrew Jackson: I’m in strange company - with Michael Gove, Andrew Lansley and Theresa May
WHO ever thought I’d be sharing a view with Theresa May, Michael Gove and Andrew Lansley?
Letters: Local control means more responsive services
MAY I thank Keith Bagot of Honley for his support (Mailbag, March 11) for my criticisms of the government?
Chishti family’s appeal over Birkby fire death tragedy as net closes in on suspect
SIX members of the Chishti family fought back the tears as they pleaded for information over wanted man Shahid Mohammed.
Politicians vow to fight for justice for Chishti family
TOP politicians have vowed to continue the fight for justice for the Chishti family – taking their campaign to Pakistan if necessary.
Former Huddersfield MP’s VIP sex abuse dossier goes missing
A TOP-LEVEL inquiry is under way into allegations of child abuse first exposed by a former Huddersfield MP.
New West Yorkshire Police officer pay criticised by union
WEST Yorkshire Police are in the process of recruiting 96 new officers.
Home Secretary urged to rethink policing cuts
“WE need more funds to police West Yorkshire.”
Will a mimimum price for alcohol curb booze problems? A Huddersfield expert doesn't think so
TOUGH new measures to try to curb alcohol problems will not work.
Letters: Nov 24, 2012