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Drug addict mum who left heroin-filled syringe on table near son, 5, appears in court

Class A drugs were also left on a mantelpiece while her five-year-old son was downstairs

The Isaac Nash Trust sell 1,000 fundraising wristbands in just two days

Red wristbands in memory of Isaac Nash who was swept out to sea at Anglesey on August 29
The Trust asks for £1 donation per band and another 3,000 are being ordered

Two arrests after gunshot reports in residential street

Both are being quizzed about an alleged attack on a family and a car chase which was followed by gunshots

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Syringe

Drug addict mum who left heroin-filled syringe on table near son, 5, appears in court

Class A drugs were also left on a mantelpiece while her five-year-old son was downstairs

Red wristbands in memory of Isaac Nash who was swept out to sea at Anglesey on August 29

The Isaac Nash Trust sell 1,000 fundraising wristbands in just two days

The Trust asks for £1 donation per band and another 3,000 are being ordered

Two arrests after gunshot reports in residential street

Both are being quizzed about an alleged attack on a family and a car chase which was followed by gunshots

We're looking for Huddersfield's biggest spiders

'Why are there so many spiders in my house?' We've got the answer - and send us your spider pictures so we can crown Huddersfield's biggest!

You'll see more spiders scurrying about at this time of year, as males look for a mate - have you spotted any in your home?

Huddersfield Examiner calendar 2015 - submit your pictures!

We'll put together a selection of the best submissions and then you can vote for the winners

Public meeting set to rally residents to save Kirkburton Library

Meeting on October 7 will kick-start process to save village library

Stephen Dale Ryan

Serial thief Stephen Dale Ryan jailed as judge blasts him as having one of "worst-ever" burglary records

Bank, butchers, tailors, craft shop, sweet shop and more targeted by thief

The Head of Steam, Huddersfield Railway Station

Pensioner Michael Jenkinson admits assault after throwing a drink over Head of Steam bar manager in row over food service

Kirklees magistrates heard that the pensioner was unhappy at the quality of food at the Huddersfield Railway Station pub

30% cut in people claiming Job Seeker's Allowance in Kirklees in just one year

A total of 203,000 people were unemployed in Yorkshire between May and July down by 25,000

Mini heatwave set to hit Huddersfield for rest of this week

The mercury could rise to 22 Celsius in some spots if the sun is out

Prime Minister David Cameron said in Aberdeen he would be

Party leaders promise more power for Scotland

Referendum campaigners seize on new proposals

Businessman Jon Gamble from go2eventhire is seen displaying his YES and NO signs ahead of voting in the Scottish Referendum

University of Huddersfield experts say tomorrow's Scottish referendum is 'too close to call'

Experts give their views on the big vote

Fly tippers turn Crosland Hill country lane into rubbish dump

Road next to airfield targeted by criminals dumping building and motor waste

Clr Nigel Patrick, Holme Valley South Conservative, Colne Vallley MP Jason McCartney with Netherthong resdients, members of Netherthong Action Group, opposing housing plans

Planning Inspector overrules Kirklees councillors to allow controversial Netherthong housing plan

Developer gets consent due to Kirklees' lack of five-year housing supply

Casa Hotel and Restaurant, Elland Road, Brighouse.

Future of Casa Brighouse's controversial extension to be decided by public inquiry

Inquiry could be many months off, meaning Casa can continue as normal

The A637 road from Bretton, scene of fatal accident

Biker killed in collision with tractor trailer near Yorkshire Sculpture Park at Bretton

Police are appealing for witnesses following the fatal road collision last night

Slaithwaite Library.

Kirklees Council gets £826k boost by selling vacant buildings and land

Auction saw some Kirklees Council lots sell way above guide price

Police are appealing for information

Newsome wrecking spree leaves eight car windows smashed

Police have appealed for witnesses to the wrecking spree in Damside Road

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Kirklees' social workers leaving to join Calderdale service after 'golden handcuff' incentive

Kirklees has seen some staff leave to work for Calderdale after financial incentive was introduced

Huddersfield Town Crier Vic Watson in his new turquoise outfit in St. George's Square, Huddersfield.

British Town Crier Championships to take place in Huddersfield on September 27

Huddersfield's crier, Vic Watson, is behind the event

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Red wristbands in memory of Isaac Nash who was swept out to sea at Anglesey on August 29

The Isaac Nash Trust sell 1,000 fundraising wristbands in just two days

We're looking for Huddersfield's biggest spiders

'Why are there so many spiders in my house?' We've got the answer - and send us your spider pictures so we can crown Huddersfield's biggest!

Huddersfield Examiner calendar 2015 - submit your pictures!

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