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Funeral of Raymond Berry

Goodbye to the King of Kirkheaton at butcher Raymond Berry's funeral

More than 300 mourners turned out to Kirkheaton Parish Church to pay their respects

The would-be haulier, his Thai wife and a £45,000 VAT scam: David Hirst jailed for fiddle

David Hirst
Man was "besotted" with Thai woman who sent most of the money back to her family in Asia

Video link problems as boy charged with murder of Sean Annandale faces court

The Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collier QC remanded the teenager, who cannot be identified, to youth detention accommodation after being told there was no bail application in his case

Slaithwaite travel agent robbery: Police issue CCTV

On Thursday a man, brandishing a small kitchen knife, entered the Thomas Cook travel agency in Slaithwaite at 9.10am and made demands for money

Huddersfield teen arrested in Lizard Stresser 'cyber attack' investigation

A private computer network will connect shops, businesses, pubs and clubs
18-year-old is among six teenagers held during by National Crime Agency

Cash incentives for people to train as nursery teachers says Bradley-based National Day Nurseries Association

A call has been launched to get top quality candidates to train as nursery teachers in Huddersfield – and there are cash incentives for them to enter the industry

Robber who tipped disabled victim out of wheelchair deserved five year jail sentence say judges

Simon Brooke
Simon Brooke appealed against his jail term for the attack in which his victim was trapped beneath his wheelchair

Huddersfield Town get percentage of food and drink sales at John Smith's Stadium

Pies and pints will contribute to Town's balance sheet
Now with French hospitality giant Sodexo Prestige having taken over the catering contract, Town chairman Dean Hoyle has negotiated a share of the pie

An appalling display of public violence: Six jailed for running attack outside Huddersfield nightclub

Kewz Bar, Queen Street, Huddersfield
Sentencing the group at Leeds Crown Court Judge Christopher Batty said he accepted they had been to some extent provoked but in all about 20 people joined in the running attack on the victim

Meet the US TV star on Celebrity Big Brother - who actually lives in Huddersfield

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Austin Armacost entered the CBB house last night but was booed by the crowd

Paddock man Ashley Kennedy admits having indecent images

24-year-old admits six charges and is given a suspended jail term

It's an absolute joke: Councillor slams builders trying to cut affordable housing

Barratt and David Wilson Homes offered just TWO affordable units
Kirklees councillors angry after Barratt Homes bid to reduce affordable housing for Golcar estate

Man who had genitals ripped off in Huddersfield road accident now has Britain's first bionic penis

Mohammed Abad exclusive
Mohammed Abas was given a generous package by surgeons, but sadly his wife left him after becoming tired of waiting

Skip company Hunter Group under investigation by Environment Agency after waste spills onto river bank

Lockwood firm, under fire for not collecting skips, also accused of damaging pavement
Wobbly Bob, from top left: James 'Dibble' Davison, Sumo, Jay Walshe, Phil Houlton, Gavin Brown. From bottom left: Joe Bicker, Piper Dawes

Ska poppers Wobbly Bob to headline Sparkle Stage at Manchester Pride

Band releasing their first ever single to put transgender issues in the limelight

Video link problems as boy charged with murder of Sean Annandale faces court

The Recorder of Leeds, Judge Peter Collier QC remanded the teenager, who cannot be identified, to youth detention accommodation after being told there was no bail application in his case

An appalling display of public violence: Six jailed for running attack outside Huddersfield nightclub

Kewz Bar, Queen Street, Huddersfield
Sentencing the group at Leeds Crown Court Judge Christopher Batty said he accepted they had been to some extent provoked but in all about 20 people joined in the running attack on the victim

Slaithwaite travel agency robbery suspect's description released after knife raid

Staff, who had just opened the Kiln Hill branch for the day, were unhurt in the incident

Huddersfield teen arrested in Lizard Stresser 'cyber attack' investigation

A private computer network will connect shops, businesses, pubs and clubs
18-year-old was arrested and bailed by the Yorkshire and Humberside Regional Cyber Crime Unit

Paddock man Ashley Kennedy admits having indecent images

24-year-old admits six charges and is given a suspended jail term
Jeremy Corbyn and Jason McCartney

What do left-wing Labour leadership hopeful Jeremy Corbyn and Colne Valley Conservative MP Jason McCartney have in common?

They may not be cut from quite the same cloth but the pair do have at least one similarity

Councillor wants greater powers to stop travellers using public land

Anger at mess left in Mirfield park by travellers

George Osborne helps install poppies art work at Yorkshire Sculpture Park

Evocative work set to open next month

One in ten in Kirklees at risk of developing type 2 diabetes

Health officials to launch new scheme amid fears of thousands of new cases

Government offers 31m to help buy new Yorkshire Air Ambulance

The Yorkshire Air Ambulance in action on the Yorkshire moors
Plea from Geoffrey Boycott to Chancellor

E-cigs may be reason for almost 1,000 fewer Kirklees smokers signing up to official NHS quitting service

Government says it may get GPs to prescribe E-cigs
Pies and pints will contribute to Town's balance sheet

Huddersfield Town get percentage of food and drink sales at John Smith's Stadium

Now with French hospitality giant Sodexo Prestige having taken over the catering contract, Town chairman Dean Hoyle has negotiated a share of the pie

Businesses must make sure they backup their data, says Michael Branford, of Crest IT

Following on from last month’s look at IT security, this month’s focus in on data backups

Which local nominee should be crowned a 2015 Digital Hero? You decide

Meet the two locals who are making a real difference in their community and find out how you can support them

All Saints GCSE results 2015

Full list of GCSE results for All Saints students in the August 2015 results

Musical company launches new youth wing

Woodhouse Musical Theatre Company is looking for budding stars of the future

Cash incentives for people to train as nursery teachers says Bradley-based National Day Nurseries Association

A call has been launched to get top quality candidates to train as nursery teachers in Huddersfield – and there are cash incentives for them to enter the industry
 

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Have you been papped by our Snapper About Town? It's Scholes Cricket Club's Beer Festival

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

Former Heaven and Hell nightclub estate agent says not much time left to bid for Huddersfield landmark

Funeral of Raymond Berry

Goodbye to the King of Kirkheaton at butcher Raymond Berry's funeral

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