Martin Shaw

Martin Shaw

Martin Shaw started his career in journalism at his hometown newspaper the Batley News aged 18 in 1986. He moved to the Yorkshire Evening Post before becoming a freelance working for local and national newspapers. He was News Editor and then Editor at the award-winning Press newspaper in Dewsbury before joining the Examiner in October 2012.

The John Smith's Stadium

John Smith's Stadium in 'pole position' to be permanent home of national rugby league museum

Huddersfield University helps launch touring rugby league exhibition

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The John Smith's Stadium

John Smith's Stadium in 'pole position' to be permanent home of national rugby league museum

Huddersfield University helps launch touring rugby league exhibition

Clr Darren O'Donovan

Dewsbury West Labour councillor Darren O'Donovan faces de-selection - by his own party

Kirklees councillor appeals in bid to save political career

WATCH - Examiner reporter Martin Shaw takes on world darts champion Michael van Gerwen

Shaw dubbed the Harry Potter of darts - and his performance was far from wizard

Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman

Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman votes against air strikes on Islamic State in Iraq

Veteran MP fears innocent people could be at risk from bombing

The Nerve Centre on Greenhead Road in Huddersfield.

Teacher Dylan Murphy speaks of sadness at closure of The Nerve Centre in Huddersfield

Dylan has chronic fatigue syndrome and relies on service

Elsie Wright, 16, a with fake photograph which appeared to show fairies playing at the bottom of their garden in Cottingley near Bingley in 1917

Away with the fairies at Tolson Museum lecture

Friends of Tolson Museum team up with Huddersfield University English department

Mirfield-born showbiz writer and broadcaster Neil Sean

Mirfield-born showbiz writer Neil Sean brings one-off show to hometown

Free admission to an Audience with Neil Sean

Here's one for the daredevils! A high wire 100ft in the air is coming to ROKT in Brighouse

Expansion plans for climbing gym will bring 25 new jobs

Cyclist Nathan Clegg lines up with Alistair Brownlee in Macmillan Brownlee Tri North

Adrenaline takes over as Nathan loses count of laps

The Nerve Centre on Greenhead Road in Huddersfield.

The Nerve Centre in Huddersfield set to close after Kirklees Council funding is axed

Charity which has helped hundreds of people with neurological conditions faces liquidation

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