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All 16 to 18-year-olds eligible for cut price bus and train fares from November

West Yorkshire Combined Authority made the decision to increase young people’s access to apprenticeships and training

Gabriella Attidore, grand-daughter of former Drugs Tsar Keith Hellawell, admits supplying crack cocaine

Two pieces of crack cocaine
Drugs were found when the 22-year-old was stopped while driving a car

Woman, 99, rescued from house fire in Elland

The pensioner was in living room when the fire started in her bedroom

Four injured in Cross Church Street knife-brawl

A large number of men were involved in the street fracas at 4.30am on Sunday morning

11 acres of Kirklees Council land to be listed for sale to expand Bradley Business Park

Cabinet asked to agree to sell land at Bradley Business Park

Teenager threatened, frisked and robbed in Greenhead Park

Police are investigating after the incident in Greenhead Park
The man , who was with a woman at the time, produced a metal chain dog lead and confronted the victim with it in the incident

10 West Yorkshire police officers with convictions

Forces across the UK revealed 309 police officers and police community support officers (PCSOs) were convicted of offences from 2012 to June this year

Distinctive 'snake skin' trainers stolen from Huddersfield student halls

Police are appealing to locate a number of items taken from student accommodation

Deighton takeaway Spice Village sold 'lamb' curries made with beef

Javid Iqbal and Mohammed Shafique were fined thousands after a court heard how that they also sold ham pizzas covered in turkey instead

WATCH: Taking offence over a fence! Gary Flowers spends £1,500 on bizarre planning protest

Thousands of motorists left bemused over retired plumber's roadside campaign

Two Huddersfield town centre car parks shut down

Council loses car parking spaces around former Huddersfield Sports Centre

Hospital Baby Café campaign to help new mums proves a winner

Global award for the Baby Cafes

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  • NEWS: A driver's coughing fit ended in a spectacular crash at Waterloo.

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  • NEWS: Dad-of-two Gary Flowers has gone to extreme lengths after taking offence – over a fence.

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  • NEWS: A man threatened to kill police after being challenged while watching a pornographic film in front of shocked train passengers.

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  • NEWS:  Some distinctive snake skin trainers have been stolen from a student at Huddersfield University.

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  • HTAFC:  Town fans - you're probably hoping for better in the next pre-season game against Spanish team Deportivo La Coruna.  

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  • WEATHER:  What a rubbish day, especially considering it's the height of summer.  Paul Stevens, our weatherman, says 122% of the average July rainfall has already fallen.

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  • NEWS:  This is horrible.  A man has been jailed after admitting to deliberately mowing down nine ducklings on his ride-on lawnmower in the USA.

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  • NEWS:  When you order your lamb bhuna you don't expect it to be full of beef do you?  And this is a new one, a ham and pineapple pizza that has turkey masquerading as pork!  Well these were two tricks of the chefs at Deighton's Spice Village.

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  • NEWS: Brighouse rockers Embrace are to stage a secret festival in West Yorkshire and a warm-up gig in Holmfirth.

    The veteran indie group revealed details of the event on September 5 ahead of a not-so secret warm up gig at Holmfirth Picturedrome, which will go ahead on Thursday September 3.

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Huddersfield school students enjoy their Proms

LOOK: Cowcliffe Liberal Club raise £3,000 for Help For Heroes in centenary celebration

All Our Yesterdays this week takes us back to 1989 - Are you in our pictures?

Slide the City Leeds postponed due to 'health and safety'

Julian Cope

Rock icon Julian Cope to perform at Holmfirth Picturedrome this Thursday

Cheers! The Fleece Countryside Inn in Barkisland crowned Yorkshire's Favourite Pub

Staff from Decorative Panels raise £13,000 through two-day charity event

Decorative Panels Group raise £13,000 for children's charities

Plea for help as number of West Yorkshire organ donors falls

Only nine donors out of hundreds in Huddersfield and Calderdale

More than an inch of rain hits Huddersfield in one night - with hopes for some sunshine on the way

Council staff watering the plants in Meltham this morning - after last night's heavy rainfall
Chilly and damp end to July says forecaster Paul Stevens

Last chance to vote for local hero in Emleys Awards

Dewsbury Labour MP Paula Sherriff
MP Paula Sherriff seeks community nominees

Former newsagent Hashim Patel jailed for historic sex abuse crimes

Man assaulted boy, 14, in shop storeroom

Huddersfield trio among nine in court over multi-millon pounds drugs operation

Huddersfield people among those jailed after Operation Magical

Teenager threatened, frisked and robbed in Greenhead Park

Police are investigating after the incident in Greenhead Park
The man , who was with a woman at the time, produced a metal chain dog lead and confronted the victim with it in the incident
Dewsbury Labour MP Paula Sherriff

Last chance to vote for local hero in Emleys Awards

MP Paula Sherriff seeks community nominees

No way Bellway: Planners set to reject new housing estate for Balderstone Fields in Mirfield

Planning officers recommend refusal for controversial scheme - but battle only just beginning

11 acres of Kirklees Council land to be listed for sale to expand Bradley Business Park

Cabinet asked to agree to sell land at Bradley Business Park

Huddersfield mum in court after falsely claiming young son had cancer

Huddersfield woman subjected boy to repeated medical tests

Hospital Baby Café campaign to help new mums proves a winner

Global award for the Baby Cafes

Calderdale Royal Hospital radiographer Andy Cross embarks on emotional 620 mile cycle ride with friends to help premature babies

Money will help Calderdale's Special Care Baby unit

Scriba PRand Faith PR in running for awards

Faith PR and Katie Mallinson, of Scriba PR, are finalists in the regional heats of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

JNT Destinations reaches travel awards final

Tanya Haigh, of JNT Destinations, is in the final of the national TTG Tracvel Awards

Digital Velocity suits Charles Wilson Clothing

Charles Wilson Cloting has recruited Digital Velocity to overhaul its online store and digital marketing services

Scriba PRand Faith PR in running for awards

Faith PR and Katie Mallinson, of Scriba PR, are finalists in the regional heats of the Chartered Institute of Public Relations

Denis Kilcommons looks at both sides of the legalisation of cannabis debate

Do we need another legal social drug?

Business Profile: Emma Lewis, of Rogers Geotechnical Servces

Law graduate Emma Lewis is enjoying life as managing director of ground testing specialist Rogers Geotechnical Services
 

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Council staff watering the plants in Meltham this morning - after last night's heavy rainfall

More than an inch of rain hits Huddersfield in one night - with hopes for some sunshine on the way

Distinctive 'snake skin' trainers stolen from Huddersfield student halls

Towering success for Huddersfield Giants cheerleaders

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