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Kirklees Council to sell 938 garages and 1,238 gardens as it bids to raise £12m in asset sell-off

Kirklees Council logo updated
List of land and buildings for sale is currently private

You look good on the dancefloor! Salsa passions bring 20 nationalities together in Huddersfield town centre bar

WATCH: Students and residents from 20 different countries practice their moves each week through Huddersfield University's Salsa Society in the town centre

600 Huddersfield schoolchildren on move as Kirklees plans to raze and re-build Lockwood primary school

Changes on the way to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Lockwood

Man killed and two injured in crash after car hits tree on residential street

The scene of the accident on Victoria Avenue updated
The Nissan Micra contained three men when it struck the tree at 10pm last night

Festival of Light 2014: Main shows on Saturday but fantastic fringe events run across weekend

Festival of Light 2014 in St George's Square
The main event will run alongside a three-day fringe called Huddersfield Hat, which will bring together talented up and coming creatives

First snow of winter to hit Huddersfield's hills next week - but foot of snow predicted by USA experts isn't certain

An airman with the New York Air National Guard shovels snow off the roof of the Eden Heights Assisted Living Facility in West Seneca, N.Y
Weatherman Paul Stevens predict snow on the hills

Remember Me: Screen success for BBC1 drama is good for town's film profile - plus sneak peak of episode two!

Mark Brooke, director of North Light Film Studios who brought the production to Huddersfield, said it was great for the town

Huddersfield and Calderdale women up to date with smear tests

NHS
Good news in cervical screening survey

Milnsbridge school's "challenging journey" was worth the effort says Ofsted

Ofsted
Praise for school which turns itself around

Holmfirth traders' whip-round for more Christmas lights after social media sleigh-ting of current illuminations

Collection organiser Jonathan Bray said they hoped the extra lights would be installed before the end of this week - take a look at pictures from the switch-on here

Bogus money lenders targeting most vulnerable with scam

Payment is demanded upfront to arrange a loan, usually around £100 - £200 depending on the amount of the loan

Huddersfield's Greenhead College crowned country's top 6th form college

Greenhead College
The college claimed top spot in the prestigious Sunday Times Parent Power list, which rates the UK’s top 2,000 state and independent schools

Lady Gaga studies? University of Huddersfield academic looks at icon's Telephone hit

Lady Gaga in Manchester
Dr Lisa Colton has contributed to Lady Gaga and Popular Music - Performing Gender, Fashion and Culture

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Have you been papped by our Snapper About Town? It's the Little Buddha bar

Emma Hunter at her Longwood Gate home

Double terrace is Tardis for space (and time): See our Property of the Week here

The Co-operative building used to house the Heaven and Hell nightclub

LOOK: Did you dance the night away in Heaven and Hell? See if our pictures of the former nightclub inside the Co-Op Building bring back hazy memories

This week's All Our Yesterdays looks back to November 1985 - Are you in one of our snaps from 29 years ago?

Restaurant Review: The Three Acres

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Glimpses of Huddersfield's past from the 1960s from Alderman Clifford Stephenson's collection

It's 1987 in Huddersfield!

It's 1987 in Huddersfield - who do you recognise in our nostalgia picture gallery?

Forget Me Not Children's Hospice Fundraisers Lucy Burnett and Ryan Grint with baker Lottie Shaw and her giant mince pie.

Oh go on, it's only 56,000 calories! Huddersfield is home to world's biggest mince pie!

From the town that brought you the world's biggest Jaffa Cake comes a sweet Christmas treat - that weighs 28lbs

Teenager killed in Batley crash was travelling in stolen car, police reveal

The scene of the accident on Victoria Avenue
The 18-year-old was the front seat passenger in a black Nissan Micra which crashed into a tree on Victoria Avenue, Batley last night

Huddersfield women needing surgical abortions now have to travel to Manchester or Leeds until new provider gets clinic in town

The woman, who we have agreed not to identify, was tied up and robbed by robbers
Charity Marie Stopes takes over service from hospital without any clinic in town - but wants to open one above former Huddersfield Town shop on Cloth Hall Street
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Police find cannabis farm in cellar of disused Fartown shop

Bags of suspected cannabis were recovered at the scene and will now be tested

Calderdale getting tougher with the yobs as more action on anti-social behaviour is pledged

Victims of anti-social behaviour in Calderdale have been been given more powers to tackle the problem thanks to the introduction of the Community Trigger

Police hunt gang who broke into house and terrorised victims with vodka bottle

The gang terrorised people in a house in Hillhouse early today but fled empty-handed from the property
The woman, who we have agreed not to identify, was tied up and robbed by robbers

Huddersfield women needing surgical abortions now have to travel to Manchester or Leeds until new provider gets clinic in town

Charity Marie Stopes takes over service from hospital without any clinic in town - but wants to open one above former Huddersfield Town shop on Cloth Hall Street

MP's anger at health bosses who "have no sense of responsibility" to help Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Outsourcing of hospital services is threatening the future of HRI says Barry Sheerman

Come clean over A&E: MP tells House of Commons not to "take people for fools" over cuts

A & E department at Calderdale Royal Hospital
Speaking in Parliament yesterday, Halifax Labour MP Linda Riordan also accused the Government and health chiefs of failing to consult local people
The woman, who we have agreed not to identify, was tied up and robbed by robbers

Huddersfield women needing surgical abortions now have to travel to Manchester or Leeds until new provider gets clinic in town

Charity Marie Stopes takes over service from hospital without any clinic in town - but wants to open one above former Huddersfield Town shop on Cloth Hall Street

Free HIV testing in Kirklees - and get your results 20 minutes later

New initiative for HIV Week

Huddersfield NHS staff return to picket line in fight for a pay rise

Hospital and ambulance staff walk out as part of national industrial action

Wates Living Space spells out PFI benefits

Hundreds of jobs were crated with a £69m housing development for Kirklees

Kirklees College hosts motivational talk

Positive impact specialist Deborah Ogden gives students a pep talk as focus turns to Global Entrepreneurship Week

Polyseam appoints marketing manager

Orando Salina has joined sealants and adhesives firm Polyseam to help promote its new range of products

Kirklees College hosts motivational talk

Positive impact specialist Deborah Ogden gives students a pep talk as focus turns to Global Entrepreneurship Week

You look good on the dancefloor! Salsa passions bring 20 nationalities together in Huddersfield town centre bar

WATCH: Students and residents from 20 different countries practice their moves each week through Huddersfield University's Salsa Society in the town centre

600 Huddersfield schoolchildren on move as Kirklees plans to raze and re-build Lockwood primary school

Changes on the way to Mount Pleasant Primary School in Lockwood
 

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Forget Me Not Children's Hospice Fundraisers Lucy Burnett and Ryan Grint with baker Lottie Shaw and her giant mince pie.

Oh go on, it's only 56,000 calories! Huddersfield is home to world's biggest mince pie!

The scene of the accident on Victoria Avenue

Teenager killed in Batley crash was travelling in stolen car, police reveal

updated

Police find cannabis farm in cellar of disused Fartown shop

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