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Car containing Netherton man's wheelchair taken from outside of house

West Yorkshire Police are investigating the burglary at Chapel Street in Netherton

Examiner inundated with ideas on how Kirklees can tackle its 'embarrassing' recycling rate

Scrutiny Panel will discuss options later this week

Castle and Minster Credit Union offers helping hand to members of collapsed project

Castle & Minster Credit Union, Byram Arcade, Huddersfield.
Volunteer-run service aims to expand

Only four people sleeping rough in Kirklees

There are only four people sleeping rough in the whole of Kirklees, according to official figures

Friends group set up to help Wilton Park

Exciting plans to bring park back to its former glory

Five people injured as firefighters tackle three house fires in three days

West Yorkshire Fire and Rescue Service
Family climb onto bay window roof as fire traps them upstairs

Huddersfield University anti-terrorism expert believes young people must be able to express 'uncomfortable' views

Professor Paul Thomas believes that airing extreme views is the first step in quashing them

Man critical after assault outside Club Mission in Leeds city centre

Police appealing for witnesses to the 3.30am incident on Sunday

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Mrs Sunderland Festival organisers plea for musicians' ideas to make event 'bigger and better' next year

The call comes after small audience numbers at many events and the forced cancellation of new battle of the bands category

Four car smash causes delays in the snow for M62 drivers

Snow on high ground and a four-vehicle accident are causing delays this Monday morning rush hour

Funeral director appeals for help over 'dangerous' 150-year-old former graveyard

Pole Moor Baptist Chapel's historic family burial ground has been shut to the public since October

Bowel cancer testing at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary could be better says charity

Hospital admits tests for Lynch syndrome is not routine

Health inspectors give glowing report to Huddersfield's Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

Care Quality Commission says care is "outstanding" at the Brackenhall home

Live Breaking News

  • HTAFC: You might not want to watch this, but we have the video "highlights" from Huddersfield Town's 3-0 defeat at Charlton Athletic.

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  • TRAVEL: Traffic is now easing following the earlier accident on M62 Westbound between J23 A640 / A643 (Huddersfield) and J22 A672 (Rishworth Moor)  - bit problems further west.

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  • A funeral director who owns a rundown 150-year-old village graveyard has appealed for the community to help her save it.

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  • A charity has criticised hospitals – including Huddersfield Royal Infirmary – for not doing enough to identify potential genetic bowel cancer threats to families.

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  • A new Friends group is being set up to bring a Kirklees park back to its former glory.

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  • Your ideas have been flooding in on how to improve ‘embarrassing’ recycling rates in Kirklees.

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  • Three men wanted in mainland Europe on charges of robbery, theft and fraud are thought to be hiding out in Huddersfield and Dewsbury.

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  • WEATHER: Snow forecast for higher ground around Huddersfield.

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  • Traffic woes continue on the M62 as drivers cope with the remnants of an accident as welll as falling snow.

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  • If you haven't read my restaurant review of The Duck and Spoon in Golcar, you should as it's one of our most popular shared stories at the moment.

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  • New regulations aimed at stopping people driving while on drugs have come into force in England and Wales.

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Injured horse Oscar Flyer saved from slaughterhouse and nursed back to winning ways by Huddersfield woman

Nostalgia: This week we're looking back at Huddersfield 25 years ago - Now that's a scary thought if you're pictured!

Watch: Huddersfield skateboarder scene going from strength to strength

Restaurant Review: Toss O'Coin at New Mill

This week's All Our Yesterday's feature looks back to February 1988 - Are you in there?

WATCH: See John Longson's stunning memorial drone video tribute to Huddersfield's fallen Afghanistan heroes featuring landmark Greenhead Park monument

Huddersfield Giants stars turn to restaurant duties for charity event

Car containing Netherton man's wheelchair taken from outside of house

West Yorkshire Police are investigating the burglary at Chapel Street in Netherton

Last blast of winter for Huddersfield as tee-shirt weather looms

Snow and ice to give way to warm, sunny days says weatherman Paul Stevens

Mrs Sunderland Festival organisers plea for musicians' ideas to make event 'bigger and better' next year

The call comes after small audience numbers at many events and the forced cancellation of new battle of the bands category

Three men wanted on European Arrest Warrants thought to be in Huddersfield and Dewsbury

Suspects wanted for armed robbery, fraud and theft

Rebecca Trueman launched string of road rage attacks on brain-injured woman

Trueman, of Dalton, assaulted the victim three separate times after claiming she blocked the road

Abuser Gary Glitter jailed for 16 years

Glitter, dressed in a black velvet coat and burgundy scarf, showed no reaction as he was led from the dock
Castle & Minster Credit Union, Byram Arcade, Huddersfield.

Castle and Minster Credit Union offers helping hand to members of collapsed project

Volunteer-run service aims to expand

Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman demands inquiry into failed credit union

Castle & Minster Credit Union, Byram Arcade, Huddersfield.
Lessons must be learned urges MP

Developer tells Kirklees councillors to reject his Golcar plan rather than make him re-think it - so they did

Access from a private driveway on Ashford Park was a stumbling block for planning committee

Family and Health: Life after a catastrophic stroke

Annette Dancer has finally had to accept that she is now disabled - but that doesn't mean she's given up on living life to the full.

Huddersfield firm Paxman in six-figure boost to crack US market

Fenay Bridge firm Paxman expects to create up to 10 jobs after a £470,000 boost from Yorkshire Bank to help it enter the US market

New diamond coated drill heart surgery a boon for Huddersfield and Halifax

Patients get chance to undergo new procedures
Karen Wynard

Parents should weigh up the options when it comes to savings for their children, says Karen Wynard, of Eastwood Financial Services Ltd

Parents should weigh up the options when it comes to savings for their children, says Karen Wynard, of Eastwood Financial Services Ltd

Camira counts sheep for Chinese New Year

Textile firm Camira has provided upholstery fabric to fit out a Chinese teahouse in London for the Chinese Year of the Sheep

Asparagus Green serves up meals at leading museum

Anthony Hegney has set up contract catering firm Asparagus Green and is already serving up fare at the National Mining Museum

Huddersfield University anti-terrorism expert believes young people must be able to express 'uncomfortable' views

Professor Paul Thomas believes that airing extreme views is the first step in quashing them

Pictures: Choirs come together for Mrs Sunderland grand finale

And seven-year-old Madeleine North celebrates 14 appearances at the music festival

Referees revolution a bonus for Huddersfield District League

Progress still needs to be made to have 100 per cent match coverage
 

Videos & Photos

Last blast of winter for Huddersfield as tee-shirt weather looms

Mrs Sunderland Festival organisers plea for musicians' ideas to make event 'bigger and better' next year

Funeral director appeals for help over 'dangerous' 150-year-old former graveyard

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