Louise Cooper

Louise Cooper

Louise joined the Examiner in May 2011.She began her career as a trainee reporter at the Essex Chronicle in 2006 and moved to the Scunthorpe Daily Telegraph in early 2010 to take on a newsdesk role. She took on the role at the Examiner the following year and became crime reporter.

Firefighters tackle deliberate blaze at Deighton - a SIXTH time in five days

Four fire engines were tasked to Tenterhill Farm Deighton

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Firefighters tackle deliberate blaze at Deighton - a SIXTH time in five days

Four fire engines were tasked to Tenterhill Farm Deighton

Four arson attacks in two days as firebugs target the former Deighton centre and land nearby

Fire crews reveal they were called THREE times to the derelict centre which used to be Deighton High School

Police warn of door step fraudsters after FOUR attempts in three days in Huddersfield

An Asian man is purporting to need urgent help and asking occupants to let him in their home

Man attacked in Huddersfield town centre in early hours of this morning

Man, 61, had been drinking and was followed and robbed

Appeal for man who reported inappropriate behaviour in Dewbury Bus Station toilets to come forward

Police need to follow up enquires and speak to a man who reported the incident to security\n180315Bdewsbury

Thirty bike guard of honour for motorcyclist Stefan Warner's funeral

Fellow bikers turn out in numbers to pay their respects to the 30-year-old who died after an accident in Bradley

Nicola Adams, daughter of Marsh man Innocent Adams, celebrates her gold medal

Olympic and Commonwealth boxer Nicola Adams has been victim of burglary at families home in Leeds

Police are appealing for her personalised items and gym gear to be returned

Dewsbury taxi driver stabbed in hand during robbery

A 20-year-old man has been arrested in connection with the incident which happened at Whitcliffe Road, Cleckheaton

Missing Longwood girl Leah Elstone found safe and well

West Yorkshire Police thank the public and the media for their support to help trace Leah

Grieving mum accuses health services of failures after son Nathan Oates's apparent suicide at Dewsbury Railway Station

Nathan Oates, 31, died at Dewsbury Railway Station on Tuesday after being hit by a train

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