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Jailed: Thieves who posed as water officials and preyed on pensioners

One of the gang stole £5,500 from a Huddersfield OAP before advising her to keep her door locked

School place row mum teaches daughter at home to save her from 'horrendous' journey

Sandrene Cadorn claims her daughter would face an 11-hour day if she took up the place the council offered her

Thieves ransack jewellery counter at Argos Store in Dewsbury

Raid also linked to burglary around 30 minutes later at Sainsbury's in Gomersal

Rail links and electrification vital for Kirklees economy claims councillor

New plea to Government and backing for Examiner campaign over trans-Pennine line

Ghulam Ali assaulted his girlfriend as they rowed over her father's wishes for her arranged marriage

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.
Ali, of Crosland Moor, admitted assaulting Sanna Hussain twice when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Disabled man assaulted during attempted street robbery in Dewsbury

The victim, a 42-year-old man, was punched and fell to the ground and then kicked

Family tell of their lightning-strike terror

Children aged one and three were playing just feet from the explosions caused by the massive bolt

Licence granted to new Newsome Tap pub in former working men's club

The pub hopes to use part of the bowling green at the back as a car park if planning permission is granted to its owner

MP Jason McCartney backs campaign to protect postmen - and politicians - from being bitten by dogs

Tory backs Royal Mail's Dog Awareness Week

Lindley woman threatened during broad-daylight robbery at her home

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident on West Street in Lindley

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Huddersfield campaigner returns to Kurdistan on mission against Islamic State

Alan Brooke aims to discover what support Kurds need in holding back ISIS

Magistrates ban Lindley man Anthony Heath from the Kingsgate Shopping Centre for six months

Kingsgate Centre in Huddersfield.
The exclusion order was issued after the 44-year-old stole a bottle of perfume from TK Maxx

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Jailed: Thieves who posed as water officials and preyed on pensioners

One of the gang stole £5,500 from a Huddersfield OAP before advising her to keep her door locked

School place row mum teaches daughter at home to save her from 'horrendous' journey

Sandrene Cadorn claims her daughter would face an 11-hour day if she took up the place the council offered her

Thieves ransack jewellery counter at Argos Store in Dewsbury

Raid also linked to burglary around 30 minutes later at Sainsbury's in Gomersal

West Yorkshire Police and Crime Commissioner speaks of need to challenge 'radicalization' on anniversary of London bombings

Mark Burns-Williamson praised police and others for prevention of other terror plots since 2005

Disabled man assaulted during attempted street robbery in Dewsbury

The victim, a 42-year-old man, was punched and fell to the ground and then kicked

Lindley woman threatened during broad-daylight robbery at her home

Police are appealing for witnesses to the incident on West Avenue in Lindley

School place row mum teaches daughter at home to save her from 'horrendous' journey

Sandrene Cadorn claims her daughter would face an 11-hour day if she took up the place the council offered her

MP Jason McCartney backs campaign to protect postmen - and politicians - from being bitten by dogs

Tory backs Royal Mail's Dog Awareness Week

Rail links and electrification vital for Kirklees economy claims councillor

New plea to Government and backing for Examiner campaign over trans-Pennine line

Huddersfield volunteers praised for work with cancer charity

Patricia Wright and John Ward stepping down

Kirklees GPs spend £1m prescribing paracetamol and ibuprofen

Retired doctor says patients should just buy them over the counter

Extra scanner plan for Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Third MRI scanner to increase capacity
Mark Weeks

A report by the IOSH has highlighted the risk of skin cancer for people working outdoors, says Mark Weeks, of Wilby Ltd

The number of people in the UK diagnosed with or dying from the deadliest form of skin cancer because of sun exposure at work is revealed

Howarths People and Safety Management renews stadium deal

Cleckheaton-based Howarths People and Safety Management will stage a charity event at the John Smith's Stadium in October

KC Works enjoys success

Kirklees College and Stafflex have successfully placed students in permanent jobs as part of the KC Works work experience scheme

School place row mum teaches daughter at home to save her from 'horrendous' journey

Sandrene Cadorn claims her daughter would face an 11-hour day if she took up the place the council offered her

KC Works enjoys success

Kirklees College and Stafflex have successfully placed students in permanent jobs as part of the KC Works work experience scheme

Vision Express apprentice passes with flying colours

Abigail Pierre has qualified as an optical assistant with Vision Express
 

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