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Gaza flotilla survivor Paveen Yaqub plans another humanitarian sea mission to besieged Palestinian strip

Further danger of death and arrest no deterrent for Honley human rights activist

New Calderdale Council leader promises to ditch unpopular policies behind 'town hall coup'

Clr. Stephen Baines.
Conservative minority now leading Calderdale Council - but will council lose its clout regionally?

Has time finally been called on Colne Valley real ale trail troubles?

Police report "All Quiet on Western Front"

I could have been dead within days: Man spots poster in doctor's surgery and asks for test - two days later he had 12-hour heart op

William Daibell whose screening test saved his life.
It was pure chance that William Daibell man spotted a poster for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening in his local surgery, as he waited for a routine appointment

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Gaza flotilla survivor Paveen Yaqub plans another humanitarian sea mission to besieged Palestinian strip

Further danger of death and arrest no deterrent for Honley human rights activist

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Mark Roberts grabbed police officer's testicles in anger after being arrested

Roberts, of Foxroyd Lane Estate in Thornhill, admitted the assault when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Meltham man Roy Stobbs found guilty of 25 charges of making indecent images of children as young as 3

Roy Stobbs, of The Hollow in Meltham.
Stobbs, who had already been convicted of similar offences in 2010 and was placed on the sex offenders register, now faces prison

New appeal to save Yorkshire's heritage to be launched in Huddersfield on Yorkshire Day

Kirklees Council and police team up to stop stone thefts
Clr. Stephen Baines.

New Calderdale Council leader promises to ditch unpopular policies behind 'town hall coup'

Conservative minority now leading Calderdale Council - but will council lose its clout regionally?

Big housing plan for Meltham backed despite protests

Site of proposed development on Helme Lane, Meltham
Council set to allow 100 new homes in village - plus latest planning decisions in Honley and Netherthong

200 homes and supermarket plan for St Luke's site in Crosland Moor sees changes after residents get involved

Indicative site layout of the proposed redevelopment of the St Luke's Hospital site at Crosland Moor.
Up to 200 new homes and supermarket suggested for Crosland Moor site

Meet Bing, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's £80,000 dummy patient

Hospital invests in state-of-the art training room for doctors and nurses

NHS England confirms probe into Locala's new mum services

Locala Community Partnerships
Claims that core nursing duties being neglected in favour of private chargeable services

Campaigners tug at heart strings in bid to save services at Dewsbury District Hospital

Patients hang 'thank you' messages on hospital entrance sign
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Clough & Co warns tradespeople over HMRC campaign

Nigel Westman, partner at Clough & Company in Cleckheaton
HMRC is targeting painters and decorators in the first phase of a benchmarking campaign to check they are paying the correct amount of tax

J Brindon Addy backs talented cyclist

Holme Valley butcher Brindon Addy is sponsoring 18-year Gabriel Cullaigh as he sets his sights on a career as a racing cyclist
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Andrew Jackson: Student loans

There's a shortfall in the student loans system with the Government being forced to pick up the tab.

J Brindon Addy backs talented cyclist

Holme Valley butcher Brindon Addy is sponsoring 18-year Gabriel Cullaigh as he sets his sights on a career as a racing cyclist

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