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University of Huddersfield

Huddersfield University is the direct descendant of the Young Men's Mental Improvement Society, which started in 1841. After various changes in name and structure it became Huddersfield Polytechnic in 1970 and then the University of Huddersfield in 1992. It continues to invest millions of pounds in buildings around the campus and has over 13,000 students locally, as well as many overseas and surrounding areas. It has recently been awarded the prestigious award of Entrepreneurial University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards 2012.

 

Is arts education important? Kaffe Fassett makes appeal as he gets honorary doctorate

Knitwear designer Kaffe Fassett has received an honorary doctorate from Huddersfield University

Spectacular night time video shows Dewsbury Town Hall from above

Muhammad Dadu used a drone to get the footage

Workshops at The Artworks

Summer holidays in Huddersfield: Activities for crafty kids

Open air theatre, arts and crafts, museums and more

Holocaust survivors welcome the new Huddersfield centre

Harrowing stories from Holocaust survivors to get new home in Huddersfield

New centre will be based at Heritage Quay, within the University of Huddersfield

Reality TV star aims to tackle poor body image with first clothing collection

Huddersfield University graduate Heidi May counts Radio 1 presenter Clara Amfo among her fans

'Remarkable role model for girls' Maggie Philbin given honorary doctorate by Huddersfield Uni

She's inspired young girls to get into science and technology, says uni head

Chairman of the development company, Hartley Group, Richard Lowes (front) with colleagues, David Brescia (left) and Richard Floyd (2nd left) at the Globe Mills building in Slaithwaite with Councillors, Edgar Holroyd-Doveton (2nd right) Robert Barraclough (centre right) Julie McDowell and Community Representative, Robert Bamforth at the historic mill site in the village

When will the new development at Globe Mills in Slaithwaite open?

Globe One which will include a doctor's surgery, cafe and office space is being overseen by Hartley Property Group

Cereals

How healthy is your breakfast? Research by cereal expert could help

University of Huddersfield researcher trying to make the most important meal of the day more nutritious

Do you trust politicians? Kirklees Council launches project to get you involved in politics

Democracy Commission project launched in partnership with Huddersfield University

Ayeesha Javaid of Crosland Moor gains her degree and Duke of Edinburgh gold award, despite having a rare blood disorder.

Inspiring Ayeesha Javaid battles rare illness to achieve first-class degree

Former Moor End High School and Greenhead College student graduates from University of Huddersfield

Happy Valley writer Sally Wainwright honoured by Huddersfield University

Poignant accolade as her late father Harry taught there

Hillsborough victims' barrister Michael Mansfield tells law graduates to 'fight for the truth'

He led fight for justice for Hillsborough victims at high profile inquest

Happy Valley writer Sally Wainwright

Sally Wainwright and Michael Mansfield honoured at University of Huddersfield

Happy Valley creator Sally Wainwright and barrister Michael Mansfield are aong seven leading figures to get honorary doctorates

Costume students at Huddersfield University tackle Zoflora challenge

Students at Huddersfield University had less than a month to design and create a series of stunning costumes, which will be seen at both the Great Yorkshire Show and the Hampton Court Flower Show. We take a sneak preview

Average temperatures for June but plenty of rain for Huddersfield

It seems to have been quite a poor summer so far

Schools shut across Kirklees and Calderdale as teachers strike

The dispute is over school funding, pay and conditions

Take a look inside the stunning Yorkshire Dales home being sold by Sir Patrick Stewart

Mirfield-born Hollywood star puts 'bolt hole' on the market for a cool £535,000

Huddersfield historian Catherine Curzon pens book on scandalous secrets of the 18th century

The author and blogger has been interested in the era since learning about Marie Antoinette as a child

Drumhead service at Huddersfield Drill Hall

Somme Centenary: Huddersfield chosen to remember Yorkshire's fallen

Dignitaries attend poignant service at Huddersfield Army Reserve Centre

Journalists

Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent