How we use Cookies

Nostalgia

Poignant memories for former builder Raymond Wilson as Huddersfield University's sports hall is torn down

Huddersfield man's memories over demolition work in town

Poignant memories over 'lost' valley village of Berry Brow

Berry Brow in 1954
Architect Arthur Quarmby still angry over demolished heritage

Huddersfield University's Dr Andrew Mycock discusses politics behind history of First World War

Dr Andrew Mycock
History is manipulated by politics and thinking of the day

All stories

Poignant memories for former builder Raymond Wilson as Huddersfield University's sports hall is torn down

Huddersfield man's memories over demolition work in town

Berry Brow in 1954

Poignant memories over 'lost' valley village of Berry Brow

Architect Arthur Quarmby still angry over demolished heritage

Dr Andrew Mycock

Huddersfield University's Dr Andrew Mycock discusses politics behind history of First World War

History is manipulated by politics and thinking of the day

Were you pictured in the Examiner in 1985? Take a look at our nostalgia pictures and see who you recognise

We've gone back in time almost 30 years for this week's nostalgia special - see who you recognise

Examiner nostalgia: are you pictured in our shots from 1991?

Hundreds of faces from Huddersfield in 1991 - are you pictured? Take a look to see who you recognise

How did north Kirklees look from above almost 100 years ago? Take a look here

Take a look at Dewsbury, Heckmondwike, Liversedge, Batley and Birstall from above

Poignant letters home to Huddersfield from a Great War soldier

Life story of young Huddersfield soldier revealed in graves tribute

Examiner nostalgia: take a look back to 1987 with our pictures - are you featured?

This week we take a trip back in time 27 years ago - see if you recognise any of the faces pictured

The Belgian invasion of Huddersfield in 1914

Huddersfield researcher Rebecca Gill studies wartime influx of Belgians

Nostalgia: Young Huddersfield people making the news in March, 1990 - Are you one of them?

A head start in colourful Caribbean Carnival

Gennie Parish (left), Denise Moulson (centre) and Kathryn Noble in 1980 when they attended King James School in Almondbury

80s leavers urged to join King James School reunion

Event at Rock Cafe in Huddersfield on April 26

Winston Fell and his old Slaithwaite rugby team photo

Plea to find out more about Slaithwaite Rugby club team from the 1930s or 40s

Old photo found during clear-out

Huddersfield University's official memorial to staff and students who perished in the First World War is an allegorical triptych, a wall painting depicting figures that symbolise war, death and victory.

Huddersfield University's war memorial has extra special significance

Lecturer Dr Daryl Leeworthy reveals poignant stories of staff who died

Price Less shoes, New Street, Huddersfield.

Remembering Huddersfield's forgotten high street shops

Our readers pile in with their memories of shops which have disappeared from Huddersfield's main shopping streets

40th Anniversary since the railway bridge at the bottom of Clifton was demolished. Photo shows demolition underway in late February 1974

40 years since landmark bridge was demolished at Clifton Common

Bridge was on the wonderfully-named Pickle Bridge Line from Brighouse to Wyke

Nostalgia: Huddersfield people making the Examiner headlines in 1988 - are you pictured?

A legend which says that the villages of Slaithwaite once tried to retrieve the moon’s reflection from the canal to parade it through the village was re-enacted during a procession of lanterns at the weekend

Eric Ogden with wife Hilda and their twins Susan and John born in 1950

Huddersfield man Eric Ogden's wartime memories

Despatch rider brought up in Birkby carried vital D-Day documents

Nostalgia: Young people in the Huddersfield news from 28 years ago - Are you pictured?

About 230 children from seven junior schools in the Holme Valley staged a three-day Holme Valley Schools Music Festival

Crosland Moor United Hand Bell Ringers

Hand-bell memories unearth rare winner's medal from 1904

Huddersfield Albert's hand-bell team's national triumph

Little Khaki George, aged 3, who raised more than ¿100 for the First World War effort in 1914 and 1915 in Halifax

Three-year-old who raised £100 for the World War One war effort

Little Khaki George toured streets of Halifax in uniform

Official UK Top 40


Official UK Top 40 2013 on MUZU.TV.

Videos & Photos

Property of the Week 24/04/14: Neil and Margaret Haigh's cottage in Scapegoat Hill

Poignant memories for former builder Raymond Wilson as Huddersfield University's sports hall is torn down

Sports fashion: it's not just for the gym any more

BuySell

VivaStreet header

Journalists

Doug Thomson
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
Mirfield Correspondent