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WATCH: Paul Daniels, zombies, an unexpected delivery and a royal visit — here's 2014 in videos, part one

Video review of 2014
Here's our review of the first half of 2014 — in 14 exciting videos

In pictures: More than 200 turn out for Stainland Lions' Boxing Day fun run

Stainland Lions Fun Run 2014
Twenty-eighth year of the event which raises thousands of pounds for charity

Police in Kirklees arrest man wanted over theft from notorious concentration camp

International suspect held on M62

Boxing Day sales: Huddersfield shoppers out in force in hunt for bargains

Disdaining the attractions of rival cities such as Manchester, Leeds and Sheffield, hundreds of people were out in the crisp Huddersfield air, wallets at the ready

No sign yet of major snowfall for Huddersfield but cold snap on its way

A look back at some of the harshest winters

Boxing Day tsunami 10 years on: Golcar dad-of-one Andrew Taylor tells how he cheated death in Sri Lanka

Devastation caused by the tsunami in 2004 and (inset) Andrew Taylor
“I kept thinking it was not our time to die. We were too young,” said Andrew

Huddersfield chef Barrington Douglas invited to Buckingham Palace garden party

Huddersfield chef Barrington Douglas with his range of sauces and pies.
Huddersfield-born Barrington is no stranger to Royalty having cooked for Princess Beatrice of York when she visited Huddersfield University last year

Charities call for more help to stop vulnerable teenagers falling through the net

The Children’s Society and Shelter have made calls to help hundreds of young people in Kirklees and Calderdale to lead brighter lives
According to the Children’s Society, 497 teenagers between 16 and 17 years old are now at risk from cruelty, including sexual exploitation, in our area

Hundreds earn their festive dinner at Christmas Day Parkrun event in Greenhead Park

A total of 356 people joined the popular event for the third year running

Christmas in 1990: Take a look at our nostalgia pictures from 24 years ago - who do you recognise?

Famous names including the late Roy Castle and Mirfield's Wilf Lunn made the news - but so did hundreds of others

Restaurant Review: Primo, Huddersfield town centre

Primo Italian restaurant, Viaduct Street, Huddersfield.
Good service, good choice and great value at Viaduct Street Italian restaurant

Are you full of festive cheer or a total Scrooge? Take our bumper Christmas quiz to find out!

Are you Santa or Scrooge?
Test your knowledge of festive traditions, films, food and more

Marshalls employees raise thousands for charity

Overgate Hospice at Elland has received £34,000 from 100 employees at Marshalls plc in memory of colleague Martin Lews
The Children’s Society and Shelter have made calls to help hundreds of young people in Kirklees and Calderdale to lead brighter lives

Charities call for more help to stop vulnerable teenagers falling through the net

According to the Children’s Society, 497 teenagers between 16 and 17 years old are now at risk from cruelty, including sexual exploitation, in the neighbouring districts

WATCH: Paul Daniels, zombies, an unexpected delivery and a royal visit — here's 2014 in videos, part one

Video review of 2014
Here's our review of the first half of 2014 — in 14 exciting videos

Huddersfield man who died after being Tasered by police had been invited to flat for birthday party, friend reveals

Adrian McDonald
Adrian died after police Tasered him - but friend dismisses burglary reports saying he was invited to party at flat

Number of sex offenders living in Kirklees and Calderdale up by a third in five years

Figures revealed under Freedom of Information request show number up a third in five years

Police in Kirklees arrest man wanted over theft from notorious concentration camp

International suspect held on M62

More than 1,000 'troubled families' turned around in Kirklees and Calderdale

Kirklees Council
Moves to tackle truancy, youth crime, anti-social behaviour and unemployment have helped families get back on track
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Pots of cash! Kirklees to get £6m to repair potholes over next six years

Awarded by the Government, the fund will help English local authorities tackle potholes and improve local roads between 2015 and 2021

Examiner Business Review 2014

A look back at the year in business around the Kirklees area

Let there be (some) light: Money-saving measure see thousands of street lights switched off or dimmed

Street lights switched off in Lindley Moor Road
Kirklees Council has insisted that its efforts to provide light and keep people safe are paying off
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley

Romania, India, Italy and Philippines next on list for Huddersfield hospital bosses searching for nursing staff

After struggling to find many new staff from the UK, hospital bosses decided to look overseas

Booze: The real story in Huddersfield from the doctors who have to deal with the results

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Hitting it hard over Christmas? Here's the unvarnished truth from medical experts in Huddersfield - take a look and know what the real story is

Inside the Huddersfield medicine factory that you may not know even existed

Huddersfield unit has been around for 50 years producing pills, potions and drugs and even adrenaline for the Carl Froch v George Groves world title fight

Wilkinson Woodward solicitor looks at settlement agreements

Settlement agreements can provide a clean and amicable break between employee and employer, says Jon Dyson

Brookhouse Training strikes gold

Cleckheaton-based Brookhouse Training has gained Gold Status for its Managed Learning Programme in gas training

Examiner Business Review 2014

A look back at the year in business around the Kirklees area

St Patrick's school children produce film to mark World War I Christmas truce

Ambitious project by pupils at Huddersfield school

Berry Brow student Lucy Clews plans Christmas fast not feast to highlight world hunger

Christmas fasting not feasting for Lucy Clews
Campaign to highlight world hunger

Cold War love letters discovered by Huddersfield University photography student Sophie Abbott to be made into touching art-history project

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Videos & Photos

Jimi Hendrix painting back in place at King's Head in St. George's Square

Robert Sutcliffe: Huddersfield's town centre topography will never be the same again next year

Video review of 2014

WATCH: Paul Daniels, zombies, an unexpected delivery and a royal visit — here's 2014 in videos, part one

Stainland Lions Fun Run 2014

In pictures: More than 200 turn out for Stainland Lions' Boxing Day fun run

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