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21:32, 24 MAY 2016
Huddersfield fright fan takes a look behind the headlines of famous horror films in new book
Writer draws on archive of 2,000 interviews
Huddersfield manufacturer joins schools work-related learning programme
Slaithwaite-based Daval has recruited Will Smith as a placement student on the Nexus In-Schools programme
Plunkett pays price as Yorkshire lose
A costly penultimate over from Liam Plunkett handed his former county Durham a first Friends Life t20 win at the second attempt against Yorkshire at Scarborough.
New boy Johannes Vee aims to inspire Brighouse Cricket Club
BRIGHOUSE Cricket Club are hoping for big things from new arrival Johannes Vee.
KELLY OSBOURNE, pictured below, has joked that her life feels like a medical drama, after suffering a seizure on the set of her TV show Fashion Police.
Mayday on TV
WIN or lose, simply being nominated for an Academy Award is an accolade not many actors attain.
Dancer thrills kids with intense work out
A DANCER who has shared film sets with Madonna and Will Smith thrilled 30 pupils with a two-hour workshop in Crow Lane, Milnsbridge, on Saturday.
Amateur RL: Newsome Panthers v Slaithwaite Saracens Holliday Cup final preview
NEWSOME Panthers are hoping their rising stars can cause a major Holliday Cup final upset and cut red-hot favourites Slaithwaite Saracens down to size.
Amateur RL: Newsome Panthers’ youngsters put up a fight
NEWSOME Panthers Under 13 team made an impressive start to the season with a 34-14 win over East Leeds
Amateur RL: Slaithwaite Saracens suffer Wibsey Warriors Pennine League Premier defeat
NEWSOME Panthers claimed a derby double over Lindley Swifts with a thrilling 17-16 Pennine League Division 1 triumph.
Amateur RL: St Joseph’s make Yorkshire Cup progress
ST JOSEPH’S have been rewarded for their solid Hamuel Reichenbecher BARLA Yorkshire Cup form with another home tie.
Amatuer RL: Newsome Panthers secure second success on the trot
NEWSOME Panthers made it two Pennine League Division I wins on the bounce with a thoroughly-deserved 24-18 triumph at previously unbeaten League leaders Bank Top Harriers.
Pete Barrow: You didn’t have to get relegated!
ONE of my favourite bands is Be Bop Deluxe and strangely one of their most famous lyrics sums up just how I feel about Yorkshire cricket this week.
Amateur RL: Saracens A beat Meltham All Blacks to lead Division V
SLAITHWAITE A secured a 22-14 triumph at Meltham All Blacks in a hard-fought Division V derby clash.
Fresh: Review of THE KARATE KID
THE KARATE KID (PG, 140 mins) 7/10
Lawrence Batley Theatre
Fresh: Richard Blackwood added to Huddersfield Comedy All Stars gig
COMEDY heavyweight Richard Blackwood is heading to Huddersfield to headline the Comedy All Stars night at the LBT.
Comedy: Def Jam comedy night back at the Lawrence Batley Theatre
IT’S back – the Def Jam Comedy night is set to return to the Lawrence Batley Theatre on July 25.
Meet the finalists in Forget Me Not Factor
TALENTED local youngsters will perform in this year’s Forget Me Not Factor talent show.
Beverly Hills Chihuahua (Cert U, 87 mins)Walt Disney Studios Home Entertainment, Family/Comedy/Romance, also available to buy DVD £17.99/Blu-ray £23.99.
Starring: Piper Perabo, Manolo Cardona, Jamie Lee Curtis, Jose Maria Yazpik, Maury Sterling and the voices of Drew Barrymore, George Lopez, Andy Garcia, Edward James Olmos, Cheech Marin, Paul Rodriguez.
Auditions beckon for Forget Me Not Trust show
A DAY of wacky, weird and hopefully wonderful entertainers, will raise money to help build a new children’s hospice in Huddersfield.
Yes man (Cert 12)
£19.99/ £26.99 Blu-ray
Stunning sunsets over Huddersfield
IT looks like a scene out of the disaster movie Independence Day.
The day the earth stood still: Review
PLANET Earth is on the brink of catastrophe and mankind is to blame.
Musical makes cinema visitors feel good
A BLOCKBUSTING musical is causing problems for one cinema owner.