British Army behind community project in Huddersfield

Buggy-building challenge for teenagers

Usmaan Saleem will work with Vision Aid in Zambia

Optometry student Usmaan Saleem wins chance to help save eyesight in Africa with Vision Aid

He will travel to Zambia in August to work with overseas charity

Indicative site layout of the proposed redevelopment of the St Luke's Hospital site at Crosland Moor.
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Ajaz Latif

Thornton Lodge's Ajaz Latif jailed after threatening people with baseball bat

The court heard how Latif, 33, had wielded the bat on a number of occasions before being found with drugs in his car

Missing: Carmen Olariu, left, and Leoni Samuda
Heavily-pregnant Carmen Olariu, who has been reported missing from Huddersfield

Carmen Olariu: Heavily-pregnant Huddersfield woman missing for more than a week

Police concerns for woman not seen since Saturday October 31

Moor End Academy chosen to run new 630 place Huddersfield primary school on Dryclough Road

The new school will be one of two on the same road. A second primary school of 840 children will be created by merging three existing schools

Nathan Oates, aged 31, died after being hit by a train at Dewsbury Railway Station.

Family of Nathan Oates say NHS failed to prevent his suicide

Huddersfield man jumped in front of a train at Dewsbury station

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Family issued picture of Nathan Oates, aged 9 or 10. He died aged 31 after being hit by a train at Dewsbury Railway Station.
Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Medical council rules student Usman Saleem can keep optometrist job after dangerous driving conviction

Tribunal rules he can carry on training as optometrist after being given community order for speeding and driving on wrong side of the road last October

Councillors to rule on merger plans creating Huddersfield's biggest primary school

Cabinet recommended to bring together Thornton Lodge Nursery, Dryclough Infants and Crosland Moor Juniors

Skip company Hunter Group under investigation by Environment Agency after waste spills onto river bank

Lockwood firm, under fire for not collecting skips, also accused of damaging pavement

Detective Inspector Andy Leonard

Smoke alarm notifies 5 people of fire in cellar below them

Cellar fire in Thornton Lodge started in the electrical consumer unit

Thornton Lodge sweet shop Fine Bakers fined for selling products containing banned 'glowing' ingredient

Indian sweet shop fined for selling sweets containing potentially harmful chemical 'rhodamine B'

Crime Chief announces £1.5m to crack unsolved murder and rape cases - four of them in Huddersfield

Four unsolved Huddersfield murder cases could be reopened due to extra funding\n\n


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