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Kirklees Magistrate's Court updated

Man 'slashed own throat' in dock at Kirklees Magistrates' Court after being sentenced to jail

The man, who was in court two, is believed to have been sentenced to 16 weeks in jail

Calderdale people urged to submit views over health service shake up - Give us your thoughts on the topic

Calderdale Royal Hospital
First meeting of 'People's Commission' set for July 29

Army's Kate Broster is flying the flat at the Commonwealth Games

Private Katie-Louise Broster of Royal Army Medical Corps was chosen to be part of the Ceremonial Team at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014.
Former Elland schoolgirl is a volunteer through her Royal Army Medical Corps role

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Kirklees Magistrate's Court updated

Man 'slashed own throat' in dock at Kirklees Magistrates' Court after being sentenced to jail

The man, who was in court two, is believed to have been sentenced to 16 weeks in jail

Calderdale Royal Hospital

Calderdale people urged to submit views over health service shake up - Give us your thoughts on the topic

First meeting of 'People's Commission' set for July 29

Private Katie-Louise Broster of Royal Army Medical Corps was chosen to be part of the Ceremonial Team at the Commonwealth Games Glasgow 2014.

Army's Kate Broster is flying the flat at the Commonwealth Games

Former Elland schoolgirl is a volunteer through her Royal Army Medical Corps role

Yorkshire Building Society launches 150th anniversary charity drive

Worthy causes are set to share in a £150,000 bonanza to mark the 150th anniversary of the Yorkshire Building Society

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

Police report "All Quiet on Western Front"

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.

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

A flash mob of musicians will entertain travellers next week

Poppies will be planted to mark the centenary of the First World War

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

Kirklees mayor leading town's remembrance for fallen

Relatives of soldier killed in World War I to attend Moldgreen memorial service

Celia Fox, niece of Norris Green, joins community to honour nine fallen heroes commemorated on plaque at Christ Church

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

William Daibell whose screening test saved his life.

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 stomach op

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

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

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

Fire engine updated

Man arrested after Rastrick flat fire

A man suffered smoke inhalation after escaping from the blaze at a ground floor flat on Burnsall Road at 8.50pm.

Family rally round cancer patient Elaine Kershaw with charity headshave

Five members of family have heas shaved for cancer charity

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.

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

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

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

Brian, 83, the first Briton to win a stage of the Tour de France, has been inundated with more than 200 cards and letters

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

Meet Bing, Huddersfield Royal Infirmary's £80,000 dummy patient

Hospital invests in state-of-the art training room for doctors and nurses

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

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Calderdale Council re-thinks waste contract after deal with Bradford fell through

West Yorkshire councils were to work together but after government funding was axed they're looking at other options

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Kirklees Magistrate's Court updated

Man 'slashed own throat' in dock at Kirklees Magistrates' Court after being sentenced to jail

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

Exile Paul Castlehouse plans Yorkshire Day fun in New Zealand

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