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Has time finally been called on Colne Valley real ale trail troubles?

Police report "All Quiet on Western Front"

I could have been dead within days: Man spots poster in doctor's surgery and asks for test - two days later he had 12-hour heart op

William Daibell whose screening test saved his life.
It was pure chance that William Daibell man spotted a poster for Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm screening in his local surgery, as he waited for a routine appointment

Kirklees Council Greenhead councillor Judith Hughes takes £19,000 leadership role on Fire Authority

She replaces her ward colleague Clr Mehboob Khan on regional board

Slaithwaite businesses club together to raise cash to help disabled adults centre hit by Allfloors Huddersfield Ltd collapse

Waves Daycare Centre Managing Director Sally-Anne Green and centre user John Roberts accept donation from Nick Lawton of JC Bower Skip Hire and Nicola Ratcliffe of Pennine Farm Services to make good money lost by collapse of AllFloors of Slaithwaite.
Waves Daycare Centre lost £825 to defunct Allfloors Huddersfield Ltd run by Gary Connor

Exile Paul Castlehouse plans Yorkshire Day fun in New Zealand

Couple set to wow community 12,000 miles form home with Yorkshire Day party

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Has time finally been called on Colne Valley real ale trail troubles?

Police report "All Quiet on Western Front"

Ukelele musicians ready for Huddersfield festival - watch out for the flash mob

The Friends of Beaumont Park Ukulele Club celebrate their first anniversary with a rehearsal at the visitors centre at the park. Founder member, Mary Kenworthy (front) with the group[ and their trophy won at the recent Mrs Sunderland festival.
A flash mob of musicians will entertain travellers next week.

Events in Kirklees and Calderdale to mark centenary of outbreak of First World War

Poppies will be planted to mark the centenary of the First World War
Kirklees mayor leading town's remembrance for fallen
Roy Stobbs, of The Hollow in Meltham.

Meltham man Roy Stobbs found guilty of 25 charges of making indecent images of children as young as 3

Stobbs, who had already been convicted of similar offences in 2010 and was placed on the sex offenders register, now faces prison

New appeal to save Yorkshire's heritage to be launched in Huddersfield on Yorkshire Day

Kirklees Council and police team up to stop stone thefts

West Yorkshire Police launch new campaign to keep kids safe on social media and the web

West Yorkshire Police
Police and agencies have launched new campaign to co-incide with school holidays

Has time finally been called on Colne Valley real ale trail troubles?

Police report "All Quiet on Western Front"

Labour Party lose control of Calderdale after shock vote of no confidence

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The Conservatives have now taken control of the council as a minority group, with one Independent securing a Cabinet position with them

Batley pub re-opens after £340,000 makeover

Fox and Hounds now boasts no fewer than EIGHT TV screens

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
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LV= rated best insurer for customer satisfaction

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

J Brindon Addy backs talented cyclist

Holme Valley butcher Brindon Addy is sponsoring 18-year Gabriel Cullaigh as he sets his sights on a career as a racing cyclist
Can you pass our GCSE History quiz?

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

The First World War, World War Two and women's suffrage are all on the curriculum

Andrew Jackson: Student loans

There's a shortfall in the student loans system with the Government being forced to pick up the tab.

J Brindon Addy backs talented cyclist

Holme Valley butcher Brindon Addy is sponsoring 18-year Gabriel Cullaigh as he sets his sights on a career as a racing cyclist

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  • TRAVEL: All is clear on the roads and there have been no reported public transport delays. A reminder has been put out that from August 4 to 29 the Hoyle House Fold area in Linthwaite will be affected by repair work diversions. Services 181, 183, 186 will operate direct via Manchester Road to and from Cowlersley and Linthwaite Coxs Dye Works.

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  • WEATHER: The forecast is looking a bit brighter for the weekend, although heavy rain is expected for saturday. This should clear up by Sunday, when the temperature is expected to reach 18c.

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  • NEWS: Theremins will bring music to the valley surrounding the Yorkshire Sculpture Park this weekend, thanks to the installation of new interactive sound sculptures.

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  • NEWS: Later today is my favourite of all council meetings - it's the Huddersfield planning committee.

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  • NEWS: Huddersfield police officers scale Britain and Yorkshire's highest peaks in just 36 hours for Kirkwood Hospice and Hollybank Trust.

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  • NATIONAL: More than 200 inmates escaped or absconded from prisons in England and Wales in 2013-14, government figures have revealed.

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  • TRAVEL: The A62 Castlegate is busy but moving around A641 Oxford Street junction.

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  • EVENTS: As the centenary of the outbreak of the First World War approaches Huddersfield is preparing to mark the occasion.

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Has time finally been called on Colne Valley real ale trail troubles?

Exile Paul Castlehouse plans Yorkshire Day fun in New Zealand

A letter sent from Australia to Mirfield Tour de France legend Brian Robinson, who was injured while out riding his bike. The letter was delivered despite the absence of a full address.

Tour de France legend Brian Robinson, 83, now recovering at home after being knocked off his bike

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