Joanne Douglas

Joanne Douglas

Joanne joined the Examiner in 2007 as a general news reporter and became the local government reporter, covering Kirklees and Calderdale councils, in early 2013.

600 Huddersfield schoolchildren on move as Kirklees plans to raze and re-build Lockwood primary school

Changes on the way to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Lockwood

All Stories

600 Huddersfield schoolchildren on move as Kirklees plans to raze and re-build Lockwood primary school

Changes on the way to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Lockwood

Kirklees Council logo updated

Kirklees Council to sell 938 garages and 1,238 gardens as it bids to raise £12m in asset sell-off

List of land and buildings for sale is currently private

Kind-hearted children support Elland Rotary Christmas appeal

Children at St Patrick's School spread festive spirit with gifts

cash, money

More Kirklees Council buildings and land to be sold off - but which ones?

List of land and buildings for sale is currently private

Armistice Day at the Tower of London and the scene afterwards as the poppies were removed

Kirklees College students help to remove carpet of remembrance poppies at Tower of London

Amazing images as carpet of ceramic red flowers disappears - see images here

Under offer: Potential buyer for £1m Briarcourt in Lindley from Kirklees Council

Grade II building is under offer but Kirklees Council won't comment on sale potential

M62 night time work will mean closures around Ainley Top junction 24

Work planned on the M62 sliproads at Junction 24

Kirklees Council

Who should pay for council workers' professional fees? Union request means councillors must decide on £50k fees

Social workers and lawyers need to be a member of a professional body - but who should pay for that membership which tops a collective £50k a year

Christmas tree outside Mirfield Library.

Councillors asked to agree £10,000 funding for 16 Christmas trees for towns and villages across Huddersfield and Kirklees

Spreading some festive cheer with Christmas trees in town & village centres

Citizens Advice Bureau, Standard House, Half Moon Street, Huddersfield.

From World War Two to 2014: Staff and volunteers preparing to mark 75 years of Kirklees Citizens Advice in Huddersfield

Celebration in Huddersfield for staff, volunteers, trustees and the public which Citizens Advice supports

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
Val Javin
Features Editor
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent