Lifestyle

Government figures say amount of homeless households in Kirklees has increased by 25 per cent from 2013 to 14

But Helen Beachell, manager of Simon on the Streets, said that the figures do not represent the full extent of the homelessness problem

Denis Kilcommons: Why Upperthong Welly Wanging should become an Olympic sport

Welly Wanging Federation of Upperthong want to be included in the 2020 Tokyo Olympis

Denis Kilcommons: French are taking to the concept of doggy bags

French provide doggy bags to combat public and government concerns about wasting food

Denis Kilcommons: How Pennine Way came into being

Denis Kilcommons: Pennine Way will celebrate its 50th anniversary next month

Denis Kilcommons: A perfect pint – but how much would you pay?

Lifting a pint is the new bicep curl
Banking experts made the startling prediction that in 2040 a pint of beer would cost £1,150.

Travel In Pictures

Stephen Jackson: Ginger Florentines

This week, we make a return to baking, and to one of my absolute all-time favourites, the classic Florentine biscuit.

Restaurant Review: Roberto's in Batley

Desserts offer good value for money - try out the toffee lumpy bumpy

Stephen Jackson: Acharuli Khachapuri

What we're cooking today is a street snack from Georgia

Nostalgia: This week we look back 24 years to 1991 in Huddersfield - Are you pictured?

This week's All Our Yesterdays takes a look back to the 'distant' days of 1991

Tractors leaving Meltham in 1960 were a milestone in David Brown's history

The tractors were on their way to the USA

The forgotten story of the thousands of conscientious objectors from the Great War of 1914-19 to be told in Huddersfield

Storyteller Simon Heywood brings to life the story of the conscientious objectors

Government figures say amount of homeless households in Kirklees has increased by 25 per cent from 2013 to 14

But Helen Beachell, manager of Simon on the Streets, said that the figures do not represent the full extent of the homelessness problem

Family and Health: My make up and clothes are my daily battle armour

The fashion industry has long been criticised for its use of tall, skinny, leggy models who are hardly representative of the general population

Family and Health: Happy family at last - thanks to IVF treatment

Thinking of having a baby? The Calderdale Royal Hospital is hosting an event for would-be parents.

Family and Health: My make up and clothes are my daily battle armour

The fashion industry has long been criticised for its use of tall, skinny, leggy models who are hardly representative of the general population

Dugdale Bros & Co Ltd put Holmfirth fashion student Emma Mortimer on route to national honours

Former Holmfirth High School student Emma Mortimer is competing for the tailoring Oscars - the Golden Shears Award

End of an era as women's clothing shop International Fashion at Standard House in Huddersfield closes doors

Veteran businesswoman Brenda Bedford finally set to retire - aged 81

Videos & Photos

Nostalgia: Take a look at what and who was making the Huddersfield Examiner pages back in April 1986

Restaurant Review: Eric's in Lindley

Property of the Week: Holmleigh in Netherthong

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Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Val Javin
Features Editor
Martin Shaw
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