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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.

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Marshalls PLC sign

Marshalls drivers begin vote on strike action in overtime pay row

A total of 110 drivers employed by Elland-based Marshalls are voting on possible strike action in a row about overtime pay

Historic Daily Herald newspaper from the day war broke out found in Dalton

Elizabeth Hall and her grandsons have been fascinated to read all about the outbreak of World War Two

Kingsgate Shopping Centre, King Street, Huddersfield

Currys to close Kingsgate Huddersfield store

Electricals and electronics retailer Dixons Carphone is to close its Currys.Digital store at Kingsgate

Business Profile: Max Lambert, of Property Remedial Damp Proofing Ltd

Cleckheaton-born Max Lambert recalls his career in property and watching his cricketing heroes at Old Trafford

Total Foodservice wins two safety awards

Dalton-based Total Foodservice has been honoured with awards from the Briish Safety Council and RoSPA

Grand opening of Bargain Booze, Milnsbridge: Shop owner, Akeib Mahmood (right) with his parents Abid Mahmood and Gul Akhtar who run the shop on Market Street.

Take a look around new Bargain Booze store in Milnsbridge

Milnsbrdge has a new convenience store with the opening of Bargain Booze Select by franchisee Akeib Mahnmood

On a sunny day Scarborough's beach soon fills with tourists

Huddersfield holidaymakers ditch foreign shores for British beaches

Scarborough, Blackpool and Whitby are among the top "staycation" holiday destinations

Pothole fall prompts fresh call for action

Resident Michelle Barnett is the latest to suffer from road problems

Paula Sherriff backs apprenticeships call

Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff is backing calls for young women apprentices get equal treatment with their male counterparts

European Investment Bank to fund new Huddersfield school

All Saints' Catholic College has secured a share of a £56m funding package for new school

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