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Bald truth! Elaine Kershaw and her sisters and brother raise £5,550 for cancer charities with sponsored head shave

Siblings can't believe they're all going grey!

Ofsted 'kick up the backside' spurs Newsome High on to some of best GCSE improvements in Kirklees

Newsome High School, Newsome, Huddersfield
School reacts to Ofsted report

We know it's hard to find a good tradesman, but would you fly one to Chicago - first class?

David Baines-Jones jets off to Windy City to paint Huddersfield man's American house

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Bald truth! Elaine Kershaw and her sisters and brother raise £5,550 for cancer charities with sponsored head shave

Siblings can't believe they're all going grey!

Newsome High School, Newsome, Huddersfield

Ofsted 'kick up the backside' spurs Newsome High on to some of best GCSE improvements in Kirklees

School reacts to Ofsted report

We know it's hard to find a good tradesman, but would you fly one to Chicago - first class?

David Baines-Jones jets off to Windy City to paint Huddersfield man's American house

Calderdale Royal Hospital

Woman struck by car seconds after getting off bus near Calderdale Royal Hospital

Victim taken to Huddersfield Royal Infirmary

Pictured outside their shops on Carr Lane, Slaithwaite are, l to r, Carol Wood (Green Valley Grocers), Terry Bullen (Blackburn Menswear), Janice Joyce (Vanilla Bean), Ray Howard (Colne Valley Motor Parts) and Richard Grange (E and R Grange, Butchers)

Slaithwaite road changes hit businesses and disabled say firms

Businesses in the main shopping street, Carr Lane, are now faced with nowhere for delivery vans to unload and the loss of a 'much-used' disabled spot

Wardle Academy Band at Brighouse Railway Station promoting Brass Factor

WATCH: Commuters at Brighouse Railway Station get brass band send-off from Wardle Academy Band

Young musicians head to King's Cross to promote Brass Factor

Weddings at Victoria Tower on Castle Hill and conscience charging for museums and galleries are among ideas to protect Huddersfield's heritage

Kirklees ruling out selling heritage - but change is on the way to museums and galleries

Andrew Sharp with his Thai expulsion order

Passport wrangle landed Lindley chef in packed Thai detention centre for three weeks

Andrew Sharp was forced to spend three weeks in the Bangkok centre — living in a room with up to 78 others — after being caught up in the summer of chaos caused by British Passport Office delays

Kirklees Magistrate's Court

Dermot Merrigan stole flute to pay off drug debts to dealer, court told

Merrigan, of Holme Park Court in Berry Brow, was threatened with violence unless he stole from shops

Gaynor Bearder with Joel and dad Antony before his operation in 2013

Leeds children's heart surgery campaigners cautiously welcome NHS consultation

Huddersfield mum to attend event ahead as threat of Leeds unit closure appears to lift

Sabiq Arshad, Assistant Manager of Aldi in Milnsbridge,Clr Hilary Richards and Polly McGrail, Chair of Milnsbridge Enhancement Group welcome the new solar light

Solar power the answer to Milnsbridge lighting problem

Help for environmental group

Cancer patient Jill Moorhouse (left) - with UCHM Managing Director Helga Taylor - launches fundraising for UCHM who have given her counselling

Terminal cancer sufferer Jill Moorhouse launches bid to expand counselling services at Milnsbridge's United Churches Healing Ministry Organisation

Jill, 48, has been visiting the New Street centre since last year and hopes that money raised will help create a safe space and a new conference room

Joe (Joanne) Bingley

Joe Bingley Memorial Foundation launches bid to establish parliamentary commission to improve services for sufferers of post-natal depression

It follows the admission of South West Yorkshire Partnership NHS Foundation Trust, that they failed in their duty of care towards tragic Joe

Farnley Tyas School children visit The Bakehouse at Farnley Market - Maribella Simoni and Cameron Robinson

Farnley First School pupils turn bread winners in bakehouse trip

The schoolchildren produced a range of different breads, all named after areas surrounding Farnley Tyas village

Congregation looks back on 150 years of Ravensthorpe church

Flower festival and balloon release planned to mark 150 year milestone of St Saviour's

Poet Vera Ewers with book which features her work

Obituary: Vera Ewers of Kirkheaton

Kirkheaton woman was respected poet

Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Quarmby's Mohammed Zaheer jailed after drink-driving and ignoring his driving ban twice

Zaheer, 37, was jailed by a district judge when he appeared at Kirklees Magistrates' Court

Scammonden sailors' success nets them Yorkshire champions title

Two Scammonden sailors won the Yorkshire Cup after competiting in 24 hour race for charity

Former Comet store, Leeds Road Retail Park, Huddersfield

Former Comet store at Leeds Road Retail Park could become supermarket, TK Maxx or gym

Developer applies to Kirklees Council to ease restrictions following lack of interest from eligible businesses

ATL claims

130 appeals against Kirklees Council school place allocation

Focus on planning future need rather than reacting, Kirklees says

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Manchester Dogs' Home fire appeal boosted by Coronation Street stars

Bald truth! Elaine Kershaw and her sisters and brother raise £5,550 for cancer charities with sponsored head shave

We know it's hard to find a good tradesman, but would you fly one to Chicago - first class?

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