Nick Lavigueur

Nick Lavigueur

Nick Lavigueur began his journalism career in 2007 at the now defunct Express & Chronicle series of weekly papers after turning his back on an IT career to retrain as a reporter. He progressed to senior reporter with The Examiner in 2009 and took on the music reporting role later that year. In early 2013 he became Health Reporter.

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Person killed by train in Hipperholme tunnel

British Transport Police say fatality not suspicious

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Police are appealing for information

Person killed by train in Hipperholme tunnel

British Transport Police say fatality not suspicious

Shepley bird watching group marks end of an era as President steps down

Dorothy Hunt joined village wildlife group in 1997

Grange Moor Community Association hosts scarecrow festival

Everyone encouraged to enter village competition

Bid to provide life-saving defibrillators around Kirkburton

Parish council and rotary club join forces to fund equipment

Gaynor Bearder with Joel and dad Antony before his operation in 2013

Leeds children's heart surgery campaigners cautiously welcome NHS consultation

Huddersfield mum to attend event ahead as threat of Leeds unit closure appears to lift

Farnley Tyas School children visit The Bakehouse at Farnley Market - Maribella Simoni and Cameron Robinson

Farnley First School pupils turn bread winners in bakehouse trip

The schoolchildren produced a range of different breads, all named after areas surrounding Farnley Tyas village

Disabled Huddersfield teen faces missing out on trip of a lifetime as NHS wheelchair wrangle rumbles on

The girl, who suffers with cerebral palsy, has been waiting since May for a larger manual chair but has been left in limbo amid the privatisation of Huddersfield and Calderdale’s wheelchair service

The 1st Dearne Valley Navigators - a new youth group - enjoy a camp

UK Navigators youth group forms in Huddersfield

New group splits from the official Scouts to launch in Denby Dale

Solar panels

Solar powered ambulance rapid response vehicles set for the streets of Huddersfield

175 Rapid Response Vehicles to go green thanks to Government grant

Huddersfield and Dewsbury GP closures leaves hundreds without a doctor

Patients failing to re-register after surgeries close

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