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Syngenta accused of "dirty tricks" over couple's use of Dalton Grange for hospitality business

Mike and Kim Dean hit out over plans to demolish building

Traders in Huddersfield have computer link to police in new town centre crime crackdown

A private computer network will connect shops, businesses, pubs and clubs
Intranet helps shops, pubs and clubs fight back on crime

Lindley couple Theresa and Paul Frost must repay cash to elderly man they fleeced

Theresa & Paul Frost at Leeds Crown Court
Theresa Frost stole more than £70,000 yet must pay back only £10,000

"I heard Steve Bruce on the phone saying we needed a kitman....I said 'I'll do that!'"

Approaching his 23rd anniversary at Huddersfield Town, Andy Brook shares a few memories with the Examiner's Martin Shaw

Paddock blaze started by aerosol cans exploding in the sun

Fire spread from cans to timber and then house says Huddersfield Watch Commander Mark Hemingway

Thirty bike guard of honour for motorcyclist Stefan Warner's funeral

Fellow bikers turn out in numbers to pay their respects to the 30-year-old who died after an accident in Bradley

1,900 call for free Huddersfield town bus to be saved

Petition by Huddersfield Partnership shows people have an interest in saving the bus, organisers say

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Huddersfield butchers show their steel in 23rd Charity Pork Pie Makers Competition

Event was held at The Old Bridge inn, Ripponden

Pictures: Proud Richard Palliser welcomes Tour de Yorkshire with huge mural

Architect creates Yorkshire Rose artwork in honour of the elite cycle race which will pass his cottage

More tales unearthed of Huddersfield soldiers at Battle of Waterloo

Heroism of local soldiers recalled

Dean and Janet Hoyle 12th on the Yorkshire rich list

The Sunday Times Rich List shows Card Factory founders Dean and Janet Hoyle are the 12th wealthiest in Yorkshire

Clerk Appleyard in court after befriending two children and assaulting them when they went to his Mirfield flat

The 52-year-old was described as a loner who would make friends with youngsters by offering them alcohol and cigarettes

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

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LOOK: Hundreds of people take part in Huddersfield's tough road race

WATCH: £27m University new-build gets go-ahead at gateway to Huddersfield

Nick Lawton-over Wessenden Valley

Why love Yorkshire? Famous Kirklees men and women speak out about what makes the county so great

Record Store Day to be celebrated at Huddersfield's Vinyl Tap on April 18

This week's All Our Yesterday's looks back to April 1990 - Are you pictured?

Huddersfield butchers show their steel in 23rd Charity Pork Pie Makers Competition

Event was held at The Old Bridge inn, Ripponden

Syngenta accused of "dirty tricks" over couple's use of Dalton Grange for hospitality business

Mike and Kim Dean hit out over plans to demolish building

Jane Wood, mother of Laura Wood, tells of her relief at daughter's lucky escape as she trekked in Himalayas at the time of the earthquake

Golcar mum's relief that daughter avoided earthquake which has taken more than 2,500 lives
A private computer network will connect shops, businesses, pubs and clubs

Traders in Huddersfield have computer link to police in new town centre crime crackdown

Intranet helps shops, pubs and clubs fight back on crime

Lindley couple Theresa and Paul Frost must repay cash to elderly man they fleeced

Theresa & Paul Frost at Leeds Crown Court
Theresa Frost stole more than £70,000 yet must pay back only £10,000

Clerk Appleyard in court after befriending two children and assaulting them when they went to his Mirfield flat

The 52-year-old was described as a loner who would make friends with youngsters by offering them alcohol and cigarettes

Huddersfield's would-be MPs to be quizzed by you

Final series of hustings for the general election 2015 candidates in Huddersfield

1,900 call for free Huddersfield town bus to be saved

Petition by Huddersfield Partnership shows people have an interest in saving the bus, organisers say

Last chance to grill Colne Valley candidates with general election hustings in Marsden

Marsden Mechanics Hall
All seven candidates will hold a public Q&A session

New drugs gel research at University of Huddersfield could help millions

Pioneering technique could help millions

Student Morgan Sykes fights back after being diagnosed with cancer just weeks after her 18th birthday

Friends and family rally round brave Morgan as she undergoes gruelling chemotherapy

Family and Health: Has the time come to give patients real end-of-life choices?

After losing a parent to a rare neurological condition Hilarie Stelfox asks if assisted suicide should be an option for those who want it.

Hansen Industrial Transmissions to close Huddersfield site

Hansen Industrial Transmissions is moving its sales and servicing operations from Huddersfield to Hull and Antwerp

Close Brothers highlights AIA deadline

The Annual Investment Allowance could help firms buying assets to substantially reduce their next tax demand, says Mike Randall

R3 says tide is turning for transport sector

Fewer firms in Yorkshire's transport and haulage sector have a higher than normal risk of insolvency, research shows

Jane Wood, mother of Laura Wood, tells of her relief at daughter's lucky escape as she trekked in Himalayas at the time of the earthquake

Golcar mum's relief that daughter avoided earthquake which has taken more than 2,500 lives

"I heard Steve Bruce on the phone saying we needed a kitman....I said 'I'll do that!'"

Approaching his 23rd anniversary at Huddersfield Town, Andy Brook shares a few memories with the Examiner's Martin Shaw

Man of the people leads the Almondbury renaissance

In the second of our Huddersfield through school tours, Examiner education reporter Linda Whitwam visits Almondbury Community School.
 

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Huddersfield butchers show their steel in 23rd Charity Pork Pie Makers Competition

Brighouse Spring Market

LOOK: Spring Market draws up to 40,000 visitors to Brighouse

Marsden Cuckoo Festival 2015

WATCH: Village comes alive with dance and music as hundreds turn out for annual Marsden Cuckoo festival

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