Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek

Henryk Zientek joined the Examiner in 1979 after studying journalism at Sheffield. He worked as a news reporter before becoming business correspondent in the mid-1980s. He is also editor of Kirklees Business News and leads the judging panel for the annual Examiner Business Awards.

Holmfirth post office

Holmfirth post office to shut for refurbishment

Customers will get longer opening hours and a wider range of services following three-week refurb

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Holmfirth post office

Holmfirth post office to shut for refurbishment

Customers will get longer opening hours and a wider range of services following three-week refurb

Survey reveals Huddersfield's property hotspots

New survey reveals Huddersfield's property hotspots — how pricey is your postcode?

HD3 - Lindley, Salendine Nook and Birchencliffe - on the rise in house price table

Proposed site of new Cummins' factory in Ainley Top

Cummins Turbo Technologies' Ainley Top factory: First picture reveals plans

An image has been released showing how a factory planned by Cumins Turbo Technologies at Ainley Top would look

The number of new homes being registered to be built across Yorkshire has fallen

NHBC sees fall in Yorkshire's new home registrations

Fewer new homes were registered in Yorkshire during the three months to July - bucking the national trend

UKTI regional director David Coppock (left) and George Rafferty (right), chief executive of NOF Energy, are encouraging energy sector supply chain companies to take their skills global

UKTI to lead oil and gas industry trade missions

Kirklees companies could get a foothold in key export markets through trade missions being organised by UK Trade & Investment

Rob Curran, The Wonder Works

Business Profile: The Wonderworks' Rob Curran

The company, which has its offices at Lindley’s Heritage Exchange and workshops at Shaw Lane, Halifax, supplies animated and static display items for shopping malls, garden centres and leisure venues

Almost 60% of women working part-time in Huddersfield earn less than the Living Wage

More than half of women working part time in Huddersfield earn less than Living Wage, TUC reveals

Huddersfield branded a blackspot for female workers

The Co-op is stocking tasty treats from Elland firms

Co-op stocks sweet treats from Elland firms

Lottie Shaw's bakery and Joseph Dobson & Sons Ltd are among Yorkshire firms supplying the Co-op under a new initiative

Thomas Brown Engineering gains quality standard

Crosland Moor firm Thomas Brown Engineering has gained quality standard AS9100C

Rixonway recruits more apprentices

Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff visited Rixonway Kitchens to find out more about its apprenticeship scheme

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