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Huddersfield Giants learn joinery on Kirklees Construction and Skills Academy scheme to help rugby pros after sporting careers end

Chris Bailey, Brett Ferres and Larne Patrick learn skills on Kirklees Construction and Skills Academy course

Huddersfield firefighter thrown from bike after getting tangled in BT cable on Shepley road that was reported three years ago

BT cable hanging on Lane Head Road, Shepley, that caused Birdsedge cyclist Gareth Lockwood to crash
Anger after dangerous cable not removed three years after incident

Which Yorkshire legend are you? Take our quiz to find out

Which Yorkshire legend are you?
Are you Batty or Boycott? Take out test to find out

Broom broom: Vine video star Tish Simmonds on the positives and perils of social media stardom

Tish, of Skelmanthorpe, says she has no idea why her videos, which have been viewed millions of times, are so popular

I've a British husband and two British children - but I could be deported: Read all about Slaithwaite mum Katherine Tate's battle to stay in UK

Huge support for Slaithwaite couple fighting deportation threat

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District Judge hailed hero after aiding prisoner who slit his own throat in Huddersfield court room

District Judge Michael Fanning ran from Court Two into an anteroom next door to get some towels to stem the flow of blood after Gary Bell, 20, attacked his own throat with a smuggled in craft blade which had been concealed in Rizla cigarette papers

Yorkshire Day 2014: Huddersfield celebrates a great day

Us Yorkshire folk know how to host a good old fashioned knees-up in God's Own Country

Huddersfield health colleagues set to embark on charity Burma trek

Anna Cooke and Deborah Redmond are trekking in Burma for Diabetes UK
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Ali Shah attacked his friends with a wet floor safety sign when they accused him of damaging furniture

Shah, of Springwood, pleaded guilty to criminal damage at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

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

Kirklees Magistrates Court
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

We have been overwhelmed: Slaithwaite mum facing deportation to Australia on UK public's response to her plight

Couple "overwhelmed" by support for their fight against deportaion

I've a British husband and two British children - but I could be deported: Read all about Slaithwaite mum Katherine Tate's battle to stay in UK

Huge support for Slaithwaite couple fighting deportation threat

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?

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
Paul Beasley, joint managing director of Brighouse-based recuitment firm Transline

Transline Group opens office in Poland

Brighouse-based recruitment firm Transline Group is set to benefit from the £1bn Polish recruitment market

LV= rated best insurer for customer satisfaction

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Insurer LV= scored highly in a survey of 10,000 cobnsumers across the UK

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

Huddersfield Giants learn joinery on Kirklees Construction and Skills Academy scheme to help rugby pros after sporting careers end

Chris Bailey, Brett Ferres and Larne Patrick learn skills on Kirklees Construction and Skills Academy course

Local stars of TV show Big Ballet to perform at the Royal Ballet in London

'Plus-sized' performers prove that big girls can dance

Can you pass GCSE History? Try our quiz plus learn more about the Kings and Queens of England

Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?
The First World War, World War Two and women's suffrage are all on the curriculum

Videos & Photos

Woodman Inn chef Will Orme at work during a demonstration at last year's festival

Brush up on your cooking skills with live demonstrations at Huddersfield Food and Drink Festival

District Judge hailed hero after aiding prisoner who slit his own throat in Huddersfield court room

Yorkshire Day 2014: Huddersfield celebrates a great day

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