West Yorkshire News

The Big Chill set to hit Huddersfield for Easter

Weatherman Paul Stevens warns of winds and rain

My Manifesto 2015: Huddersfield's election demands

The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk want from the next government

Who'll step up to fill Sir Patrick Stewart's shoes at University of Huddersfield?

Simon Armitage and Joanne Harris are popular contenders

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The Big Chill set to hit Huddersfield for Easter

Weatherman Paul Stevens warns of winds and rain

My Manifesto 2015: Huddersfield's election demands

The results are in — see what Huddersfield folk want from the next government

Who'll step up to fill Sir Patrick Stewart's shoes at University of Huddersfield?

Simon Armitage and Joanne Harris are popular contenders

Two men charged with burglary at King's Street Beaverbrooks in Huddersfield

The two men are due to appear at Kirklees Magistrates Court in Huddersfield today

How Marsden's Fettle Animation firm is flying the flag for great British business

Fettle Animation is part of government's Business is GREAT campaign - and it's growing

Project to update classic Yorkshire novel Crowthers of Bankdam is completed

Linda Bray's 12 year task to digitise 1940s bestseller

Shelley College

Schools in Kirklees and Calderdale get a share of £367 million repairs fund

More than two dozen local schools are to receive a share of a £367 million fund to repair and extend their buildings

Obituary: Stephen Priest

Man who helped keep Huddersfield beauty spot immaculate

Cinderhills neighbours consider appeal against Kirklees Council housing plan approval

Neighbours may appeal to Planning Inspectorate to overturn decision

Driver hurt in two-car crash at Outlane

Fire crews called in to help driver

Anger over Syngenta's decision to demolish Dalton Grange in Rawthorpe

Victorian Society says it is acting on nothing more than "a corporate whim"

File photo dated 08/02/12 of a pupil at work in a classroom as more children are reaching the standards expected of them in the three Rs by the time they leave primary school, new figures show. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo. Issue date: Thursday August 28, 2014. But tens of thousands of youngsters are still failing to achieve the expected level in reading, writing and maths. The results of this year's national curriculum tests - known as Sats - show a four percentage point improvement in the proportion of 11-year-olds gaining at least a Level 4 - the standard expected of the age group, in the basics. See PA story EDUCATION Tests. Photo credit should read: Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire

More children staying in lessons in Kirklees after crackdown on term-time family holidays

School absence levels drop after change in rules

120 Huddersfield and Calderdale hospital staff opt for voluntary redundancy

Very few clinical staff allowed to leave, say bosses

Police investigating sexual assault in Dewsbury

The 26-year-old woman told police she was sexually assaulted near The Old Turk pub in Dewsbury

LOOK: Hundreds of bikers arrive in Huddersfield for Easter charity fundraiser

Squires Annual East Egg run ended at Yorkhire Children's Centre - Brian Jackson House in Huddersfield

Marsden pensioner targeted in attempted bogus caller burglary

A man posed as a 'water board' official

WATCH : Ladies get set for hoopathon at Huddersfield's Race For Life

Huddersfield Hoopers held a session at All Saints Catholic College Bradley ahead of charity race in the summer\n280315DHoopathon

E-fit released of suspect who posed as a police officer in Heckmondwike

The suspect entered a house in Cemetery Road, Heckmondwike on March 16 and posed as a police officer

Three men arrested following roof top raid at Beaverbrooks in King Street

Police helicopter tasked to search for suspects following burglary in Huddersfield town centre

Freedom of Information data says more than 6,000 Kirklees families in council tax debt last year

And more than 3,000 Calderdale households in arrears, according to figures obtained by Children's Society

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The Big Chill set to hit Huddersfield for Easter

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Anger over Syngenta's decision to demolish Dalton Grange in Rawthorpe

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