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Football ombudsman set to rule on Huddersfield Town compensation 'within days'

Town fans refuse to give up £50k battle over abandonment at Blackpool

Simon Morley captured this stunning sunrise over the Holme Valley

Stunning sunrise in Huddersfield heralds start of milder spell of weather - your pictures

Little chance of snow between now and mid December says weatherman Paul Stevens

Victim support helps those who have suffered at the hands of crime

Rise in number of burglaries and thefts closed as 'unsolved' on day police record them as crimes

As many as three in 10 offences shut down if there's no obvious suspect

Cathedral House on St. Thomas's Road in Huddersfield.

Man admits harassing ex wife after incident at Huddersfield church

Llucky Aghayere, 42, pleaded guilty to using threatening words or behaviour likely to cause harassment in the incident at Cathedral House

Honley singer Biff Byford's grief over death of Nick Alexander in the Paris terror attacks

His group Saxon have created a t shirt in tribute to their friend

Aaron Vowles crash: Police make new appeal for witnesses to fatal collision

Kirklees Council boss pays tribute to young biker

Whitcliffe Mount Sports Centre

Kirklees Council criticised for consulting public AFTER taking decision to close Whitcliffe Mount Sports Centre

Local Government Ombudsman slams Cabinet actions after complaint

Merlin Entertainments says 'lessons have been learned' from Alton Towers rollercoaster crash — read park owners statement here

Four left badly injured in rollercoaster crash after manual override of ride safety system — read Merlin Entertainments statement here

Northern Powergrid

Golcar power cuts cause frustration for villagers

Residents express anger following series of night-time power cuts

Ajaz Latif

Thornton Lodge's Ajaz Latif jailed after threatening people with baseball bat

The court heard how Latif, 33, had wielded the bat on a number of occasions before being found with drugs in his car

Chloe tries out an anti-gravity treadmill

Fancy walking on the moon in Huddersfield? New machine mirrors sensation of lunar stroll

It is the running machine that defies gravity - Chloe Glover tried out the Alter G anti-gravity treadmill, which has been pushing the limits of sportsmen and women as well as those with injuries

Gunmen rob elderly couple in Dewsbury home

Police step up patrols to reassure town's Asian community

Dewsbury hit and run leaves man with broken leg

Police arrest suspect, 39, after two men hurt

Kay and John Horsman in happier times

Do you know the Huddersfield Good Samaritans who helped stranded couple after death of their son?

They went out of their way to help elderly couple stranded by rail problems

Standard House, Huddersfield, could be converted into student flats

Huddersfield town centre's Standard House to be turned into student flats

Former home of Standard Fireworks to be transformed into 55 student flats and 'edgy' coffee shop

Crime Commissioner Mark Burns-Williamson issues final plea to Government to stop police cuts across West Yorkshire

Mr Burns-Williamson said further cuts would be "unnecessary gamble" with public safety across the county

Charlie Mann

Charlie Mann meningitis awareness golf event raises more than £7,000

A total of 78 players, including Huddersfield Giants captain Danny Brough, joined together at the Meltham Golf Club event

Alton Towers rollercoaster crash which seriously injured Huddersfield student was down to 'human error'

Five people left injured after Smiler rollercoaster crash at theme park

Councillors argued over the proposed Local Plan

Kirklees Local Plan: Council defends consultation for biggest building plan in Huddersfield for a generation

Independent planning expert joins complaints that documents are hard to understand

People walking dogs

Pet owners in West Yorkshire worst in country for animal neglect

Growing concern by vets and animal charities over neglect

Videos & Photos

Football ombudsman set to rule on Huddersfield Town compensation 'within days'

Another look back to November 1986 — are you in our pictures?

Victim support helps those who have suffered at the hands of crime

Rise in number of burglaries and thefts closed as 'unsolved' on day police record them as crimes


Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent