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Card Factory formerly owned by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle set to float on the stock exchange

The greetings card retailer founded by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle is to list on the stock exchange

Union anger after Yorkshire Ambulance Service breaks rest period promise

West Yorkshire Ambulance Service
Patient safety risk claim as paramedics go over eight hours without a rest

Man's body found at town centre flat in Brighouse but death not thought to be suspicious

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Police confirm a man in his 40s has died and are not treating the death as suspicious

Huddersfield bus driver who survived metal railing through his leg in horror accident to appear on BBC show

Huddersfield man's amazing escape from horror bus crash

VIDEO - Huddersfield man rescues stricken lamb from flooded river at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Corey Mason and the lamb he rescued from the river at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Dramatic online footage of lamb rescue at Yorkshire Sculpture Park
Kirklees Council Leader-Elect David Sheard.

Kirklees Cabinet backs £300k borrowing for Heckmondwike bus hub

Bid to improve transport connections in Heckmondwike has faced setbacks over the years

Richard Lally's dreams of becoming a Royal Marine are dashed after being caught drink-driving in Lockwood

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.
Lally, of New Mill, was told that he had thrown away his chance to serve his country when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Card Factory formerly owned by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle set to float on the stock exchange

Dean and Janet Hoyle
The greetings card retailer founded by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle is to list on the stock exchange
Launch of new-look Neighbourhood Policing in Kirklees at Riverhead Brewery, Peel Street, Marsden - West Yorkshire Chief Constable Mark Gilmore and West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson.

West Yorkshire Police recruitment drive launched for Special Constables

Special Constables have the same powers as police and are volunteers

Bogus callers visit homes in Almondbury and Lindley in two separate distraction burglaries

Police warning bogus callers operating in the area and warn residents to be vigilant

Pay back £83,000 - or go to jail: judge's warning to fraudster Sheed Raj

Bradford Crown Court
Sheed Raj, 33, admitted fraudulently obtaining three houses and money laundering

Councillor asks: what happened to the much-wanted u-turn on parking charges?

Brighouse member wants to know why Calderdale is still charging when the budget agreed a reversal

Almondbury Lib Dem Clr James Blanchard to stand down from Kirklees Council to fight Parliamentary battle in York

James Blanchard
Lib Dem James Blanchard bids to become MP for York Outer

R3 survey shows distress levels at all-time low

Chris Wood, of R3 and Clough Corporate
The number of Yorkshire firms facing financial distress has reached a record low, says a survey by insolvency trade body R3
Beach holiday

Skin cancer rates in Yorkshire doubled since 1990s

Growth of sunshine package holidays blamed

Anti A&E cuts protesters form Band Together For Our NHS to try and halt proposals

Accident & Emergency Dept at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley
Group seeking legal advice to halt A&E axe proposal

Dewsbury District Hospital and other Mid Yorkshire Hospitals: seven out of 10 happy with standard of care

Dewsbury District Hospital
But more than half unhappy with lack of nurses on duty
Dean and Janet Hoyle

Card Factory formerly owned by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle set to float on the stock exchange

The greetings card retailer founded by Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle is to list on the stock exchange

Karen Wynard, of Eastwood Financial Service Ltd,on the facts behind the changes in ISAs

Karen Wynard
Karen Wynard, of Eastwood Financial Service Ltd, explalnis what to look out for as ISAs become NISAs

Baxter Caulfield urges fims to tighten up sickness and absence procedures

Changes to sick pay regulations could catch some SMEs on the hop, according to lawyer Hilary Garnett, of Baxter Caulfield
Former teacher Dinah Bentley of Shepley.

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Huddersfield University's Dr Andrew Mycock discusses politics behind history of First World War

Dr Andrew Mycock
History is manipulated by politics and thinking of the day

Youngsters at Battyeford Primary School exhibit artwork

Children's work on show at Brook's Deli in Mirfield

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Corey Mason and the lamb he rescued from the river at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

VIDEO - Huddersfield man rescues stricken lamb from flooded river at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Huddersfield bus driver who survived metal railing through his leg in horror accident to appear on BBC show

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