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Marsden and Scissett churches share £87k roof repair grants

St Bartholomew's Church at Marsden and St Augustine's Church in Scissett share £87,000 in grants to go towards vital roof repairs

Live: Huddersfield breaking news, sport updates, travel and M62 traffic news, plus weather on March 27

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James Price threatened to come at magistrate "like a fireball" after being sentenced to six months in jail

Almonbury Co-op on Northgate
The Almondbury man was sent to prison after assaulting a Co-op store manager and helping himself to gin there

Top Kirklees councillor says government's "ill-thought out" idea is going to cost us money

Universal Credit admin is falling on council's shoulders - along with 500 extra pieces of paperwork every month

Road shut in Lindley after crash

Car overturns on main road

Live: Huddersfield breaking news, sport updates, travel and M62 traffic news, plus weather on March 26

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Betting offices, payday loan companies and fast food shops are damaging Huddersfield's health

New survey lists town as one of worst in country

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  • NATIONAL: The Conservative party has narrowed the gap behind Labour in the Press Association's poll of polls.

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  • BREAKING: Sir Patrick Stewart is stepping down as chancellor of Huddersfield University.

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  • TRAVEL: Now some problems on the rail lines:

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  • TRAVEL: Here's an update from the roads:

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  • TOWN: As Chris Powell begins to make plans for the summer and next season, which Huddersfield Town players do you think he should keep and sell?

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  • TRAVEL: A slow spot on the roads:

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  • NEWS: I was at an all-day planning committee yesterday and the biggest application to be decided related to Lindley Moor.

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  • Morning all, Joanne here with Friday's live blog of news, sport, travel and more.

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  • Weather: A cold start this morning with temperatures feeling a little above freezing.

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  • Hello and welcome to the Huddersfield Daily Examiner's live blog on Friday 27 March.

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Sivan John from Malaysia explains why Huddersfield Town are his passion while friends follow the big Premier League clubs

New plane rides to woo crowds at this year's Meltham Memories 1940s weekend unveiled

A dazzling light show lit up Huddersfield Town Hall hours before the solar eclipse

Huddersfield homelessness charity Simon on the Streets reveals big issues in getting people's lives back on track

Children do their bit to help build extension at Kirkburton school

Young Slaithwaite tattooist Adam Blakey wins major award at Manchester Tattoo Convention despite only one year in the business

Emotional day as Huddersfield students visit Auschwitz and discover humanity's darkest hour

Top Kirklees councillor says government's "ill-thought out" idea is going to cost us money

Universal Credit admin is falling on council's shoulders - along with 500 extra pieces of paperwork every month

Holme, Colne and Calder valleys featured in BBC documentary celebrating 50th anniversary of Pennine Way

Explorer Paul Rose treks the 268-mile hilltop route from Edale to Kirk Yetholm

Lee Rigby's son Jack fronts new fundraising campaign for Forces Support

Jack Rigby
Young son of murder victim Lee Rigby appeals for donations
Almonbury Co-op on Northgate

James Price threatened to come at magistrate "like a fireball" after being sentenced to six months in jail

The Almondbury man was sent to prison after assaulting a Co-op store manager and helping himself to gin there

Human remains found on land in Scholes Lane, Scholes, Cleckheaton

Scholes Lane, Cleckheaton
Police investigation underway into the find in Scholes, Cleckheaton

Teenager attacked by a gang of four men in Cleckheaton

West Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses to the attack which happened at Primrose Lane
Google Map view of Commercial Road., Skelmanthorpe

Skelmanthorpe housing bid on hold as councillors "fed-up" with developers over affordable housing numbers

Local ward councillors was one of the applicants of the housing bid

All Saints Catholic College in Bradley gets go-ahead for new-build

Plus councillors agree to new school for Cleckheaton

Sheikh Ullah of Newsome chosen as Greenhead Labour candidate

Vacancy arose after Mehboob Khan stood down

Scarlet Fever cases rise by four hundred per cent in Kirklees in just one year

Scarlet Fever has increased by over 400% in just one year in Kirklees

Marlene Parr raises awareness of Group B Strep Support charity after her first grandchild died from the infection at birth

Holly was stillborn after her mother Helen unknowingly passed the infection onto her

NHS admits A&E target will be missed by hospitals for the first time ever

Annual Calderdale and Huddersfield results will be revealed next month

Huddersfield University takes technology from lab to shopfloor

A new project will see Huddersfield University's nanoscale defect detection technology adapted for the factory environment

Close Brothers survey shows SMEs upbeat

The latest Close Brothers Business Barometer shows trading conditions and job prospects are improving among Yorkshire SMEs

Kirklees College hosts exports event

Directors of successful exporting firms offered advice to would-be exporters at an event staged at Kirklees College in Huddersfield

Jazz guitar festival comes to Huddersfield this summer

The area's only jazz guitar society will be bringing headline acts Jim Mullen and John Etheridge to Huddersfield in July.

All Saints Catholic College in Bradley gets go-ahead for new-build

Plus councillors agree to new school for Cleckheaton

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

'Bigger and better' Huddersfield Criterium set to return to town centre in June

All-stars have been captured in iconic pose on banners around the club’s PPG Canalside training complex

LOOK: Huddersfield Town unveil Pink Link Walkway of Legends at PPG Canalside

Lindley Moor, Huddersfield, from Lindley Moor Road.

Major housing and industry plan for Lindley Moor gets the go-ahead

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