Lifestyle

Denis Kilcommons: I'm not one to let the grass grow under my feet

An artificial lawn was the perfect distraction

Rot and decay inside iconic old Co-operative building in New Street inspires Lepton fine art student Hazel Dyson's cutting edge fashions

Rot and decay may not seem like an inspiration for cutting edge clothes

Restaurant Review: Beaumont Arms in Kirkheaton

Rural pub with a classic old world feel

Stephen Jackson: Choux Buns with Roasted Apricots and Vanilla

I noticed this week that the first apricots of the year are coming into season. This filled me with pleasure

Special Feature: Don't let the music die in Kirklees

Cellist Jessica Burroughs stood up at a concert in Huddersfield Town Hall to plead for the future of music teaching and performance in Kirklees.

Travel In Pictures

Brockholes cake-maker is the best in the business - see his winning designs here

Oliver Schofield wins best wedding cake designer in national awards

Restaurant Review: Beaumont Arms in Kirkheaton

Rural pub with a classic old world feel

Restaurant Review: Cinammon Lounge in Rishworth

Traditional Indian cooking from family recipes

All Our Yesterdays: Take a look back to 1985 with our nostalgia picture gallery

This week's pictures are from 30 years ago

Huddersfield Rugby Union Club anxious to find relatives of wartime hero John Melville Taylor

Former player killed while on RAF bombing mission to Berlin in 1941

Huddersfield historian Cyril Pearce's comprehensive record of conscientious objectors now released by the Imperial War Museum

It features more than 16,500 records of men who refused to fight

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.

Rot and decay inside iconic old Co-operative building in New Street inspires Lepton fine art student Hazel Dyson's cutting edge fashions

Rot and decay may not seem like an inspiration for cutting edge clothes

Fashion and Beauty: Turning unwanted clothing into hard cash for charity

Oxfam's Wastesaver operation in Batley is the Northern flagship for the charity - and wastes nothing in the quest to raise cash.

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

Videos & Photos

Brockholes cake-maker is the best in the business - see his winning designs here

Denis Kilcommons: Astonishing number of pubs defunct in just one village

Restaurant Review: Beaumont Arms in Kirkheaton

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