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.

Relatives of patients at Abbey Place Dementia Care Home say it will be "impossible" to find alternative accommodation before home shuts in a month

Families warn of lack of beds for dementia nursing care

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Relatives of patients at Abbey Place Dementia Care Home say it will be "impossible" to find alternative accommodation before home shuts in a month

Families warn of lack of beds for dementia nursing care

Family of Gran Canaria hit-and-run victim Abigail Harris hit out at Spanish legal system

Abbi's parents may never know whether justice was done

Dementia patients given a month to find new accommodation as Fartown nursing home Abbey Place shuts

Families and staff reeling from sudden closure decision

Baroness Pinnock of Cleckheaton sworn in at House of Lords

Long-serving Kirklees councillor aims to make her voice heard in Parliament

5-4-3-2-1! Counting down to The Manfreds visit to Ravenscliffe High School in Halifax

Band lines up for return visit to favourite school

Villagers in Hopton celebrate success in Britain in Bloom

'Hard work starts now' say Hopton in Bloom volunteers

Count down is on to Huddersfield's very own version of TV game show...Countdown

Game show fan James Robinson hosts classic quiz at PPG Canalside

Jack Sykes, 12, critically injured in Penistone house blaze

Second boy in Penistone house fire loses fight for life

A 12-year-old boy left critically ill following a house fire in Penistone has died as a result of his injuries

Workers evacuated from Magma Ceramics in Earlsheaton during blaze

Firefighters were called to Magma Ceramics in Earlsheaton around 6am

Fire engine

Firefighters rescue drunk student from scaffolding in Huddersfield town centre

A student who had drunk one too many had to be rescued from scaffolding in Huddersfield town centre

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