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Marshalls plc joins fight against child labour in Indian quarries

Elland-based Marshalls plc is backing a UNICEF campaign to tackle child labour in the stone quarries of Rajasthan \n

Thornton & Ross to axe 44 posts in warehousing switch

Thornton and Ross in Linthwaite
Linthwaite firm Thornton & Ross is to outsource its warehousing and distribution operations to Midlands-based UDG

From snow to sunshine: what a difference a year makes in Huddersfield at Easter

Snow in March 2013, bluebells March 2014
Warmer weather means a different sort of fun for the Easter holidays in Huddersfield

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Marshalls plc joins fight against child labour in Indian quarries

Elland-based Marshalls plc is backing a UNICEF campaign to tackle child labour in the stone quarries of Rajasthan \n

Thornton and Ross in Linthwaite

Thornton & Ross to axe 44 posts in warehousing switch

Linthwaite firm Thornton & Ross is to outsource its warehousing and distribution operations to Midlands-based UDG

Snow in March 2013, bluebells March 2014

From snow to sunshine: what a difference a year makes in Huddersfield at Easter

Warmer weather means a different sort of fun for the Easter holidays in Huddersfield

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Anger as Kirklees misses out on share of £50m fund to increase GP opening hours

GP admits disappointment at NHS cash snub

Bradford Crown Court

Pay back £83,000 - or go to jail: judge's warning to fraudster Sheed Raj

Sheed Raj, 33, admitted fraudulently obtaining three houses and money laundering

Some of the lost Deric Longden manuscripts, found in a basement

Huddersfield author Deric Longden's 'lost' work discovered in a dusty basement

Deric, who died of cancer in June 2013, was best known for his books which touched millions in print and on screen, and which were critically acclaimed

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Marsh man jailed for 16 weeks for assault and breach of restraining order

Darren Mooney of Brooks Buildings in Marsh was jailed at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Northern Rail train

Northern Rail to revamp seats on trains on Huddersfield line

Huddersfield commuters are set to benefit from a £2.7bn investment on the East Coast line and a revamp of Northern Rail's 153 Class fleet

Top selling rock band The Move in their 1960s heyday

Legendary 1960s band The Move to play Marsden Mechanics Hall

First band played on Radio 1 comes to historic village venue

Police crime scene

Mirfield teacher charged with child sex offences

Head teacher writes to parents as man, 44, set to appear at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Marilyn Rogers, infant feeding advisor at the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust. Pictured with twins Ted and Sonny Fairbairn and their mum Jade, from Greetland

Don't call the midwife - call the Dr! PhD for Huddersfield midwife Marilyn Rogers

Marilyn, who works as the infant feeding advisor at the Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Foundation Trust, studied for her PhD at Leeds University at the same time as being a working mum and heading up the Baby Café support group in Halifax

Diane Ainley to take part in her 25th Examiner Charity Challenge

Examiner Charity Challenge 2014: meet the lady who's done it for the last 25 years!

It’s the 25th anniversary of the Charity Challenge this year and proudly wearing the registration No.25 will be Lascelles Hall woman Diane Ainley

The Huddersfield choirs are filmed for the Songs of Praise Easter special

Huddersfield Boys’ and Girls’ Choirs to perform on Songs of Praise on Easter Sunday

The choirs are based at St Patrick’s RC Church, in New North Road, Huddersfield, and draw their members from local schools

Calderdale Royal Hospital

Calderdale councillors united against A&E closure at Extraordinary meeting

Unity to oppose Huddersfield and Calderdale health trust proposals for A&E

Leeds Crown Court

Jail for drink driver Kevin Harrison who led police on 90mph chase over 10 miles

Court jails Ravensthorpe man after drunken high-speed drive

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Don't sell the family silver: councillors' plea after Kirklees Council bid to sell agricultural land

Debate about value of land, future use and potential against quick cash-gain for Kirklees Council

Mark Mills

Seven years for Deighton man Mark Mills who stamped on victim's head as he lay on the floor at party

Sentencing him Judge Guy Kearl QC said he had a bad record for violence over the last 12 years

Police crime scene

Mum who lied to police to protect son after stabbing is jailed for perverting course of justice

Bray, 44 of Keldregate, Bradley, Huddersfield admitted attempting to pervert the course of justice

ATL claims

Lindley Infants most oversubscribed primary school as 91% of kids get first choice in Kirklees Council area

Of the 5,456 applications for reception places at local primary, 4,959 were successful in getting their number one choice

Pick-up truck found to be overladen

Drivers stopped and checked in police operation in Huddersfield on Wednesday

Police and agencies day of action at Leeds Road Playing Fields as part of Operation Viper

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Snow in March 2013, bluebells March 2014

From snow to sunshine: what a difference a year makes in Huddersfield at Easter

Some of the lost Deric Longden manuscripts, found in a basement

Huddersfield author Deric Longden's 'lost' work discovered in a dusty basement

Top selling rock band The Move in their 1960s heyday

Legendary 1960s band The Move to play Marsden Mechanics Hall

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