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Photo exhibition captures the glory days of Firth's Carpets in Bailiff Bridge

People still so sad to have lost their iconic mill

Reunion for treble-winning Skelmanthorpe team in Drakes Huddersfield Cricket League

Their 1990 team to meet up again

Examiner nostalgia: This week it's 1989

Memories of 1989

Tragedy of Honley brothers Fred and Willie Newsome killed in World War One

Other brothers from the village also lost their lives

Tony Earnshaw, of Reel Solutions, (left), with Mike Taylor, of the Projected Picture Trust, handing over the Roy Castle short film

Rare piece of film history found of Huddersfield's Roy Castle

Old film handed over to Yorkshire film archive

History of Holmfirth Railway Station that closed in 1959

John Rawlinson is vice chair of Huddersfield Local History Society and editor of its journal. In the latest publication (issue 27) he examines in detail the history of the Holmfirth branch of the Lancashire and Yorkshire Railway.

Emotional pilgrimage to pay tribute to man who saved the VW Beetle

Former Marsden man Ivan Hirst remembered

Nostalgia: Take a look at our video slideshow of Huddersfield in 1965

This year All Our Yesterdays takes us back to 1965

Just what was the Pink Party in Golcar back in 1909?

Appeal by retired teacher Susan Whitwam

May 1986: Elland youngsters play international football, missing cat returns and a year's supply of Ben Shaws pop - look back here!

A look back at May 1986

Meet the Bradley gang of friends in the 1960s

The recent demolition of the derelict Badger pub in Bradley brought back memories for local historian Richard Heath

Sex Pistols' Huddersfield gig featured in radio documentary to mark 40 years since punk began

Notorious group's last ever gig in the UK  

Wooldale Junior School pupils recreate New Mill pageants from the 1930s

Youngsters discover village's creative past

Holmfirth flooding disaster as you've never seen it before

Film-maker and artist combine to recreate 1852 flood

Huddersfield 15-year-old Jack Gibson in thick of the fighting

And final moments of a courageous Lt Rowland Owen from Huddersfield

Can you name these clay pipe smokers from Kirkheaton in around 1925?

It’s certainly an unusual photograph ... but can you name anyone on it?

Frederick Pickup defied the odds to survive four years on the World War One frontline

Huddersfield soldier was captured just months before the war ended

A survivors story as new exhibition relives lives of Joseph and Margaret Kagan

Couple's daughter brings to life their wartime love story

Huddersfield Town in first FA Cup final to be televised in its entirety

But it all ends in heartbreak in the very last minute of extra time

Last days as Dryclough Infant School before big school merger next week

Long-serving past and present staff shared their memories

Videos & Photos

How now Brown Horse? Here's our latest restaurant review

This week's All Our Yesterday's focuses on July 1986 - Are you pictured?

Photo exhibition captures the glory days of Firth's Carpets in Bailiff Bridge

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
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent