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Artist Fiona Banner's Chinook installation could put fans in a spin at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Fiona Banner exhibition 'WpWpWp' at Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Bretton
The work features two pairs of disembodied giant copter blades hung from the ceiling, which rotate in opposition to one another at various speeds and overlap

All a-board! Skelmanthorpe couple's amazing creations from battered skateboards - see them here

Skateboard jewellery
Ashtrays, belt buckles, watches, jewellery and more created from old boards

Fartown's Kyle Baptiste jailed for attack on girlfriend's mum that left her in plaster

Leeds Crown Court
Kyle Baptiste was already under a suspended jail term for other offences when his temper erupted on June 8

What will change for Yorkshire after Scotland referendum vote?

Yorkshire flag
“Those at Westminster have to listen to the arguments and will have to devolve more power. It will be a question of the MPs being like turkeys and voting for Christmas; things have to change” says expert

Woman badly hurt in hit-and-run near Greenhead Park on Friday morning

Police at accident scene on Gledholt Road, Gledholt, Huddersfield
She was taken to hospital with serious facial injuries after the incident this morning in Gledholt

Neil Hanson is one of the first in Kirklees to be jailed after ignoring court order made to protect victims of domestic violence

Kirklees Magistrates Court
The 53-year-old, of Highfields, was banned from going to see his wife as part of the Domestic Violence Protection Order

Falklands war hero Stephen Rouell stalked ex due to post-traumatic stress disorder, court hears

Stephen Rouell, using a walking stick, leaves Kirklees Magistrates' Court
Kirklees magistrates heard that the Falklands survivor's disorder was partly to blame for his attachment to her

Idiopathic Pulmonary fibrosis: those affected by incurable lung condition speak out

Kathy Augustine's stall for Pulmonary Fibrosis at Huddersfield Open Market Brook Street
Families affected by lung disease speak out to raise awareness

'YouTube gunmaker' Michael Sierotko jailed for 9 years after weapon was used in Holmfirth shooting

Michael Sierotko
Nine years in jail for man who made home-made gun

Latest Caught on Camera gallery: Can you identify the faces of people police want to speak to?

Police have released the images in the hope that members of the public may be able to put a name - or more - to face

RSPCA hunt cruel dog-owners who dumped badly-injured puppy

The Akita puppy, found dumped at Ripponden
Dog had to be put down because of injuries

Police warning as Batley man jailed for reporting burglary that never happened

Jabber Hussain Ali locked up for eight months for making up burglary
Seonaid Matheson and her daughter Ruby Paechter get stuck in at Huddersfield Town Hall

First ever Great Northern Ukulele Festival in Huddersfield strikes the right chord

Cannon Hall's baby alpacas

Cannon Hall Farm welcomes alpaca babies born last night

Jessica Gunning attending the premiere of new film Pride in London. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Picture date: Tuesday 2 September, 2014. Photo credit should read: Ian West/PA Wire

Watch: Former Holmfirth High pupil Jessica Gunning stars in smash hit movie Pride

Richard Kiel, who played Bond baddie Jaws, has passed away aged 74

In fond memory of Richard 'Jaws' Kiel, we ask: how well do you know your Bond villains?

Heather Croft and her home in Slaithwaite

Property of the Week: Crimble Bank in Slaithwaite

Picture perfect: amazing tattoos by Huddersfield artist

Marsden Photography Club member Steve Shaw's ethereal shot of the moon

Supermoon! Stunning harvest moon pictured above Huddersfield

Andrew Hasler, 18 (right), and Simon Milling, 17, are leaders at Outlane Methodist Association of Youth Clubs. They dressed up as convicts in September 1987 and were sponsored to see how far away they could get in 24 hours.

Huddersfield nostalgia from 1987 - are you pictured?

Kirklees College by night

Kirklees College construction: step by step pictures

Look: inside Huddersfield's new sports centre as it takes shape

Police called after elderly woman found dead in Dewsbury

Woman collapsed outside her own home

A moo-ving story of how Irene the cow was rescued from a Greetland drainage tunnel

John Dean, of Far Barsey Farm Shop, Barkisland, with Irene the cow who was rescued from a tunnel by firefighters
Rescuers took two-and-a-half hours to save trapped cow

Motorcyclist hurt in collision with taxi in Gomersal

The scene of an accident in Spen Lane, Gomersal, in which a motorcyclist was involved in a collision with a taxi
Man believed to have sustained broken leg
Police are appealing for information

Man suffered fractured ribs and punctured lung after Ravensthorpe street attack

Police hunt thug in black Ford Mondeo

Fartown's Kyle Baptiste jailed for attack on girlfriend's mum that left her in plaster

Leeds Crown Court
Kyle Baptiste was already under a suspended jail term for other offences when his temper erupted on June 8

'YouTube gunmaker' Michael Sierotko jailed for 9 years after weapon was used in Holmfirth shooting

Michael Sierotko
Nine years in jail for man who made home-made gun
Trees obscuring artwork on the side of Queensgate Market, Huddersfield

Should trees hiding one of the world's largest ceramic murals on Huddersfield's Queensgate Market be chopped down?

Huddersfield Civic Society says artwork should be shown off in all its glory

20 things we get to keep thanks to Scotland turning down independence

Things we get to share with Scotland
Scotland voted 'no' to independence - let's celebrate the union by remembering what we can still share with our northern neighbour

What will change for Yorkshire after Scotland referendum vote?

Yorkshire flag
“Those at Westminster have to listen to the arguments and will have to devolve more power. It will be a question of the MPs being like turkeys and voting for Christmas; things have to change” says expert

Health and Family: Why are men not fighting the obesity battle?

Just as many men as women in the UK are obese and yet slimming clubs are seen as an exclusively female world.

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
Innovation Centre Managing Director Patrick Allen (left) with Graham Leslie

Graham Leslie leads Masters of Growth debate

Kirklees Business Week kicks-off with The Great Kirkeles Economic Debate featuring serial entrepreneur Graham Leslie

Jo Haigh named NED at Acuity Associates

Jo Haigh, who has been appointed non-executive director at Acuity Associates
Denby Dale businesswoman Jo Haigh has joined the board of London-based Acuity Associates

Rixonway staff celebrate 1,366 years of service

Rixonway's long-standing employees(from left) Nick Greenall, Alan Battye, Richard, Nigel and Clive Whitehouse, Bob Matcham and Russell Townsend
Dewsbury-based kitchens manufacturer Rixonway has some of the longest-serving staff of any employer in Kirklees
Michael Sierotko

'YouTube gunmaker' Michael Sierotko jailed for 9 years after weapon was used in Holmfirth shooting

Nine years in jail for man who made home-made gun

Positive outlook and teamwork driving improvements at Hipperholme and Lightcliffe

Helen Morgan, Head Teacher, Hipperholme & Lightcliffe High School.
School in special measures awaits new Ofsted report

Gladiators Boxing Club competes for cash windfall from Skipton Building Society

Boxer Tyrone Nurse with Club Secretary Lee McGuire and Salwa Podvorica and Sue Riley of Skipton Building Society, Ramsden Street, Huddersfield
Tyrone Nurse aims to deliver knockout blow
 

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Police are appealing for information

Man suffered fractured ribs and punctured lung after Ravensthorpe street attack

The Nash family's favourite shot of Isaac

More than £30,000 raised so far towards skate park in memory of Isaac Nash

Fly tipping on George Street, Milnsbridge, Huddersfield

Driving instructor Michael Pawsey demands action after reporting fly-tipping at Milnsbridge while on a lesson

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