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Laura Binns and Sarah Hinchliffe with children at Kirkheaton Playgroup

Kirkheaton Playgroup lodges official complaint following Ofsted inspection

New row between playrgoup and Ofsted

Teenage girl robbed at Waterloo bus stop - police appeal for witnesses

Two men sought after attack

Crowds set to flock to the first ever Brighouse Canal, Beer & Music Festival

Brighouse folk singer Roger Davies to headline stage acts

Clayton Fields Action Group plans to nurture community spirit

Family fun day planned by community group

Royal Mail exceeds delivery targets in Huddersfield

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Privatised Royal Mail exceeded its 93% delivery target for first class mail in Huddersfield during the first quarter of this financial year

Conservatives select solicitor Imtiaz Ameen to contest Batley and Spen seat at 2015 general election

Former Kirklees councillor selected as Conservative candidate

Quarmby man Gareth Earnshaw's charity bike ride on track for Rome

Gareth Earnshaw, of Quarmby is getting in the saddle for Diabetes UK

Who are they? Police investigating mystery of five unidentified bodies found in our area

Efit issued by police to trace ID of man whose body was found in Huddersfield
Two of the of the grim finds were in Huddersfield, with both bodies being recovered from the River Colne.
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Meltham man Roy Stobbs jailed for second lot of child porn crimes

Second offence for porn pervert

Huddersfield man Pepukayi Chitakunye jailed for sex assaults

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Court hears how teenage girl was repeatedly assaulted

Elland man Ian Nash jailed for child porn crimes

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A 38-year-old man has been jailed for 10 months after police acting on a tip-off found hundreds of child porn images and films on his computer

Conservatives select solicitor Imtiaz Ameen to contest Batley and Spen seat at 2015 general election

Former Kirklees councillor selected as Conservative candidate

Armitage Bridge environmentally friendly hair salon Eclips Hair and Beauty Rooms is a cut above

Eclips Hair and Beauty Rooms recycles hair and waste water

Limit to public speakers and a super planning committee - ideas to overhaul Kirklees planning process

Holmfirth Tesco plan thrown out by Kirklees Council planners
Clr Steve Hall says move is in line with neighbouring authorities

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary League of Friends celebrate 60 years of service

Group supports patients and families along with fundraising for equipment

From 250 deaths at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Calderdale Royal Hospital, there are just NINE organ donors - and that is one of the BEST records in Yorkshire

Huddersfield Royal Infirmary in Lindley
NHS appeals for more organ donors at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary and Calderdale Royal Hospital

Watchdog airs complaints over patients registering with NHS dentists as Almondbury woman travels to Elland to see her dentist

Almondbury woman, 24, says she has to trek all way to Elland!

Huddersfield paving stone supplier Marshalls reports pre-tax profits up 75%

The firm said revenues lifted 15% to £180 million in the six months to June 30, as trading conditions cheered across all its major markets

Clough & Company in tax errors alert

Nigel Westman, partner at Clough & Company in Cleckheaton
An estimated 3.5m underpaid tax during the 2013-14 financial year, according to chartered accountancy firm Clough & Company

Hoyer Petrolog takes on 253 extra trucks

Hoyer Petrolog has strengthened its position in the market for petroleum distribution by acquiring extra vehicles

Astonishing art book kept by a wartime Huddersfield nurse sheds touching light on injured World War One soldiers

The great grand daughter of Hilda Brook has now begun research into the artists and hopes to show their talents with surviving family members

New TV show for Educating Yorkshire star Mushy P

Special show for stammering student

Ploughcroft launches apprenticeship scheme

A new schemehas been set up to equip apprentrices with roofing skills and energy-efficient construction techniques

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