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Health & Family
Health & Family
Family and Health: Could a vegan lifestyle cure disease, hunger and save the world?
Vegans say that not only is their diet healthier and better for animals, it is environmentally-friendly too.
Family and Health: How opera is fighting for audiences
Huddersfield's Jenny Stafford has launched a career as an opera singer at a time when the art form is working hard to attract new audiences.
Calderdale Royal Hospital
Family and Health: Don't despair, there is help for baby loss and pregnancy distress
Services for couples suffering baby loss and pregnancy distress have improved in the Huddersfield area over the past few years.
Homes West Yorkshire
Property of the Week: Crimble Bank in Slaithwaite
The five-bedroom detached house at Crimble Bank sits high above Slaithwaite and has panoramic views across the whole area
Homes West Yorkshire
Read the latest edition of the Huddersfield Examiner's property guide here
Homes West Yorkshire is published in The Huddersfield Daily Examiner every Thursday and is Huddersfield's leading homes & property supplement
First World War
Medical advances in recovery from war
A new exhibition has opened exploring how medicine helps mind and body recover from war
Big rise in foster care applications in Calderdale
New appeal to recruit foster carers
Health & Family
World Cat Day 2014 - send us your pictures and videos!
Let us know why your feline friend is so special to you.
Family and Health: Flying high for the hospice
When Nicky Saxton's father died at the Kirkwood Hospice she was shocked to discover that the wonderful care he received is dependent on donations
Family and Health: Sue Grant's an expert at juggling business and family in Huddersfield
Sue has some timely advice for those juggling business and family life - spend more time with your children!
Taxing times in Spain as Brian Hayhurst reveals the ups and downs of living in the sun
Brian and wife Elaine have some fascinating friends over there including top Bridge experts
Hairy Bikers Diet Club: Si & Dave's top 10 tips for healthy weight loss this summer
It's officially holiday season! Get your beach body on with our 10 tips to getting in shape, plus, take advantage of a 7-day FREE trial of the Hairy Bikers Diet club now...
Family and Health: Dog walking back to health helped Skelmanthorpe woman set up new business
A major stroke left Elizabeth Johnson unable to speak or stand unaided and yet today she is a professional dog walker. Continuing our two-part look at strokes, this week’s Living meets a patient who was determined to recover
Family and Health: Running - the cheap, easy way to beat obesity
Music teacher Ralph Barker has been a lifelong runner and says it's the best way to get fit and prevent weight gain
A stitch in time - help for post-natal depression came from an unexpected source
Former journalist and mother-of-three Elaine Jinks-Turner turned her 'therapy' for post-natal depression into a new business opportunity
Kirklees Magistrates Court
Setting the benchmark: chair of Kirklees Bench Eileen Marchant on what it takes to be a magistrate
For Eileen Marchant, currently chair of the Kirklees Bench, it was the fascinating experience of serving on a jury at Huddersfield Crown Court 30 years ago that led her to apply to become a magistrate
Meltham family's great new life in Australia
13-year-old Lucas Portelli now playing football for Victoria
When childhood tiredness is something more: Fenella Sharp's battle with a rare kidney condition
Fenella Sharp was diagnosed with the currently incurable Focal Segmental Glomerulosclerosis
Health & Family
Women's day celebrations in Huddersfield with packed events programme
Charity WomenCentre are hosting music, lectures and film screenings
Talking Point: Computer gaming - should responsibility start with the parents?
The use of digital technology is second nature to the vast majority of children today and almost all play computer games. But should parents be exercising tighter control over how long their youngsters spend ‘gaming’?
University of Huddersfield
Talking Point: More women are needed in science, technology and engineering
Taking time out to have a family can badly disrupt a scientific career
Talking Point: Should councils sell off their art collections to offset budget cuts?
In recent years several English councils have disposed of artworks – from multi-million-pound collections of Chinese pottery and a £1.25m L. S. Lowry to paintings worth just a few thousand
Meet the animal charity that takes a chance with dogs from death row
What happens to the canine waifs and strays in Kirklees and Calderdale? If they’re lucky they end up with one of the county’s dog rescue organisations, where they are given the chance of a new life with new owners. For the rest, the outlook is grim. A new rescue and rehoming charity is hoping to save as many ill-treated and neglected dogs as possible
Honley High School
Living with autism - two parents tell their stories of caring for a child with the condition
Raising a child with autism makes enormous demands on a family
Have you been papped by our Snapper about Town? This week it's Broad Oak Bowling Club
See if our photographer caught you on camera!
'Clean eating helped me lose lost three stones in 12 weeks': Find out how Jayne did it
Clean eating is the way to be healthier and leaner, says fitness instructor Jayne Dawson
Can you guess how many years old Elland will be this year?
It's probably older than you think
Mystery of old photographs solved ... thanks to Examiner readers
Insight into the history of the Hogley family from Longwood
Are you a whizz in the kitchen? Huddersfield foodies wanted to take part in Channel 4 show My Kitchen Rules
It comes after Linthwaite-based cheesemaker Razan Alsous starred on the show
Burglar jailed for trying to steal Huddersfield Town's Championship trophy
Tony Cassidy and his younger brother Connor broke into the players' flat - but only one of them was locked up.
Kirklees College under investigation over claims of cheating on business course
Member of staff was allegedly escorted from premises before Christmas
Man who fell from Scammonden Bridge named
He was aged 51 and came from Barkisland near Halifax
Meet Ronnie Procter - motorhoming at 90 - and still Filey's biggest fan
Retired engineer has been camping and caravanning for 70 years
Did you see mysterious blue flashes over Colne Valley last night?
Lightning flashes distorted by the snow-filled air created a display of blue flashes across the night sky above Huddersfield
Homeless women's hostel facing closure makes desperate appeal for help
The Wish Project helping single homeless women is seeking support after Kirklees Council axed its funding
Huddersfield rugby league players Owen Restall and Sam Rochford of Underbank in England Commonwealth Championship squad
Fundraising climax on Saturday for Australia trip
Stoke City boss Paul Lambert admits to sleepless nights ahead of Huddersfield Town clash
The 48-year-old Scot has been speaking about his appointment at the Bet365 Stadium ahead of this weekend's Premier League clash
Huddersfield's oldest resident dies aged 109
Alice Eastwood passed away peacefully last Friday
Barclay's Premier League
Where are they now? The 2001/02 Huddersfield Town side who drew 0-0 with Stoke City
Daniel Rushworth investigates what happened to the players when the two sides last met in West Yorkshire