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Extra playtime and a weekly litter pick - what the children of a Slaithwaite school want from their election

Mock election will see one school pupil become Prime Minister for the day with results announced on Friday

Furniture repairman threatened with rifle after turning up at wrong address

Robert Shea - who was sick of people cutting through his property - pointed the gun's barrel out of his window

Lee Matthewman wasted police time over stabbing hoax

Seven police officers and an ambulance were sent and the hospital put on standby following the bogus 999 call

Laura Wood of Golcar tells for the first time of how rocks started falling as the Nepal earthquake struck

Safely back home now after catching flight

New addiction support group to be launched in the Colne Valley by former Linthwaite alcoholic Dave Kennedy

Keen to offer a helping hand

Taj directors escape jail after catalogue of safety breaches exposed by terrifying fire

Three hundred guests caught in hall as fire broke out at Dewsbury venue

Oakes family fundraising for a hearing dog after tragic accident

Rachael Reynolds and her three children lost their hearing dog Sadie after it was knocked down

Why you should cast your vote today - even if you think all politicians are the same

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Our politics writer Joanne Douglas on why you should vote in the local and general elections

Huddersfield ear attack man has medical treatment - warning graphic content

The severed ear found in King Street, Huddersfield
Police to interview victim

Police release pair on bail in Joe McCafferty murder inquiry

Joe Mcafferty
New appeal by murder hunt detectives

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Vital effort by women in textile mills for World War One

Huddersfield researcher looks into their forgotten story

Amira Mellor's globetrotting mum raises cash for Nepalese earthquake victims

Rachael Mellor's love of Nepal has led to her organising an event this weekend and auctioning a signed Tour de Yorkshire jersey

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Ninth Golcar Lily Day to take place on May 9

Three Towers fundraising cycle riders pay tribute to fallen of World War One

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Extra playtime and a weekly litter pick - what the children of a Slaithwaite school want from their election

Mock election will see one school pupil become Prime Minister for the day with results announced on Friday

Why you should cast your vote today - even if you think all politicians are the same

Vote, ballot box, stock
Our politics writer Joanne Douglas on why you should vote in the local and general elections

Health groups vie for massive £285m Kirklees community care contract

Private firms bidding for NHS work
Health chiefs to decide whether hospital consortium or Locala land huge deal

Video: Mother's heartfelt appeal as arsonist remains free - 18 years after her son's death

Joe McCafferty was just seven-years-old when he suffered fatal in an arson attack in Marsh

Prolific burglar Michael Jefferson jailed over Ferrari thefts

Brighouse man targeted two replica vehicles worth around £60,000 a piece

Jonathan Sutton told he can appeal against sentence giving for killing pregnant girlfriend Emma Mansell

Sutton's legal team argued the punishment was far too tough and more in line with a homicide involving guns

Extra playtime and a weekly litter pick - what the children of a Slaithwaite school want from their election

Mock election will see one school pupil become Prime Minister for the day with results announced on Friday

Why you should cast your vote today - even if you think all politicians are the same

Vote, ballot box, stock
Our politics writer Joanne Douglas on why you should vote in the local and general elections

General election 2015: Do candidates leaflets actually persuade you to vote?

Nick Clegg delivers Liberal Democrat campaign leaflets; a selection of leaflets
Expert says it shows willing and gives parties a 'drip-drip' message ability

Mirfield family with two autistic boys launch new support group for Kirklees parents

Families have revealed anguished stories about chldren suffering from autism and the apparent lack of help. Health reporter NICK LAVIGUEUR looks at the work of a new support group

Mental health services for children "not fit for purpose" in Kirklees and Calderdale

Health chiefs hold summit to tackle crisis

Huddersfield scientist Graham Williams pioneers breakthrough in research into identical twins

Concept of DNA under the microscope
Stephen Newman, senior partner at Baxter Caulfield

Baxter Caulfield survey reveals further growth

Data from law firm Baxter Caulfield shows at least 1,178 private sector jobs were createrd in Yorkshire during the first quarter of 2015

Chris Wood welcomes fall in insolvency figures

Chris Wood, of Clough Corporate Solutions, said insolvency figures were now back down to pre-crisis levels

Longwood Engineering lands RoSPA award

Aspley-based Longwood Engineering has secured a silver award from the Royal Society for the Prevention of Accidents

Extra playtime and a weekly litter pick - what the children of a Slaithwaite school want from their election

Mock election will see one school pupil become Prime Minister for the day with results announced on Friday

Huddersfield University professor wins prestigious French prize

Prof Ted Charsley has been awarded the 2015 Prix Calvet for his work on thermal analysis and calorimetry

Santander awards for Huddersfield students

Enterprising students at Huddersfield University have won prizes in the Santander Universities Entrepreneur Awards
 

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Extra playtime and a weekly litter pick - what the children of a Slaithwaite school want from their election

Laura Wood of Golcar tells for the first time of how rocks started falling as the Nepal earthquake struck

Celebrity Kerry Katona parties at Popkidz in Huddersfield

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