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Mark Fisher detained in hospital after posting false claims online linking Huddersfield people to paedophilia

The Lockwood man's fantastical posts mean that one of his victims, a schoolteacher, has been unable to return to work

The Huddersfield Manifesto 2015: We asked YOU what you wanted from the next government — here's what you said

The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk are demanding of their politicians

Pitch confusion looms as new photos revealed of Huddersfield's new Leisure Centre

Sports hall set to be used by six sports

Schools in Kirklees and Calderdale get a share of £367 million repairs fund

Shelley College
More than two dozen local schools are to receive a share of a £367 million fund to repair and extend their buildings

The Big Chill set to hit Huddersfield for Easter

Weatherman Paul Stevens warns of winds and rain

Cinderhills neighbours consider appeal against Kirklees Council housing plan approval

Neighbours may appeal to Planning Inspectorate to overturn decision

Driver hurt in two-car crash at Outlane

Fire crews called in to help driver

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Free films on big screen for summer evenings in Huddersfield's St George's Square

Festivals firm plans big-screen weekends

Two men charged with burglary at King's Street Beaverbrooks in Huddersfield

The two men are due to appear at Kirklees Magistrates Court in Huddersfield today

Who'll step up to fill Sir Patrick Stewart's shoes at Unievrsity of Huddersfield?

Simon Armitage and Joanne Harris are popular contenders

Anger over Syngenta's decision to demolish Dalton Grange in Rawthorpe

Victorian Society says it is acting on nothing more than "a corporate whim"

Police investigating sexual assault in Dewsbury

The 26-year-old woman told police she was sexually assaulted near The Old Turk pub in Dewsbury

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LOOK: Hundreds of bikers arrive in Huddersfield for Easter charity fundraiser

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

Aaron Corion, jailed for drugs crimes

Crosland Moor drug dealer jailed after cannabis factory caught fire

Aaron Corion jailed for six years eight months

My Manifesto 2015: Results part four — Immigration, Security and Democracy

Immigration, Security and Democracy
The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk had to say about the UK border control, defence and our democracy

My Manifesto 2015: Results part three — the Economy and Employment

The Economy and Employment
The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk had to say about the UK economy and employment

Mark Fisher detained in hospital after posting false claims online linking Huddersfield people to paedophilia

The Lockwood man's fantastical posts mean that one of his victims, a schoolteacher, has been unable to return to work

Police investigating sexual assault in Dewsbury

The 26-year-old woman told police she was sexually assaulted near The Old Turk pub in Dewsbury

E-fit released of suspect who posed as a police officer in Heckmondwike

The suspect entered a house in Cemetery Road, Heckmondwike on March 16 and posed as a police officer
Immigration, Security and Democracy

My Manifesto 2015: Results part four — Immigration, Security and Democracy

The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk had to say about the UK border control, defence and our democracy

My Manifesto 2015: Results part three — the Economy and Employment

The Economy and Employment
The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk had to say about the UK economy and employment

My Manifesto 2015: Results part two — Education and the NHS

Education and the NHS
The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk had to say about our schools and hospitals

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

How Marsden's Fettle Animation firm is flying the flag for great British business

Fettle Animation is part of government's Business is GREAT campaign - and it's growing

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

Who'll step up to fill Sir Patrick Stewart's shoes at University of Huddersfield?

Simon Armitage and Joanne Harris are popular contenders

Schools in Kirklees and Calderdale get a share of £367 million repairs fund

Shelley College
More than two dozen local schools are to receive a share of a £367 million fund to repair and extend their buildings

Obituary: Stephen Priest

Man who helped keep Huddersfield beauty spot immaculate
 

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