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.

Yorkshire ambulance chiefs reveal busiest weekend ever amid call for patients to "choose well" before dialling 999

1,000s dialling emergency service could be treated elsewhere

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Yorkshire ambulance chiefs reveal busiest weekend ever amid call for patients to "choose well" before dialling 999

1,000s dialling emergency service could be treated elsewhere

Paul Clay of Steep Ridings, Brockholes with his charity book on curry

New curry cookbook is hot stuff for charity fundraising!

Huddersfield man releases e-book to raise cash for charity

Fingerprint workshop fun for youngsters at Skelmanthorpe Christmas Fair

Budding crime scene investigators get busy while parents go shopping

Set back for Kirkburton Co-op move after planners deem air-con too noisy

Kirklees officials put the brakes on move to the Royal

Yorkshire Ambulance Service

Yorkshire ambulance chief urges people to only dial 999 in a medical emergency

Flood of calls for colds and flu amid struggle to get GP appointments

Private firms bidding for NHS work

Private health firms show no interest in £284m Huddersfield NHS contract

Just two bidders apply to run Kirklees community health care

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley

Calderdale and Huddersfield hospitals ranked 118 out of 141 for number of deaths in England

The rates are a ratio between the actual number of patients who die following hospitalisation at the Trust and the number that would be expected to die, based on an England average

Bernard Hallas

Bernard Hallas: Litany of errors by care authorities revealed in watchdog's report about care of OAP who disappeared and was found dead

A serious case review has given a damning verdict of the actions of health and social care workers at Kirklees Council and mental health teams from South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust

Private firms bidding for NHS work

Green light for Huddersfield and Calderdale hospitals redundancy scheme for 400 jobs

Hospital chief says key people will not be allowed to leave

Huddersfield teachers don Christmas jumpers to host sing-a-long for parents and pupils

Dryclough Infants gets festive tunes before school

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