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Insolvency Service reports fall in bankruptcies

Clough Corporate Solutions partner Chris Wood said fewer bankuptcies may mask consumer debt issues

Health watchdogs warn Meltham's Bell House Care Home for second time in six months

Bell House Care Home, Wilshaw Road, Meltham.
CQC Inspectors say service is not safe and not caring

Burglar Christopher Collins jailed after raid on remote farmhouse

He had previously targeted the same premises at Farnley Tyas

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Insolvency Service reports fall in bankruptcies

Clough Corporate Solutions partner Chris Wood said fewer bankuptcies may mask consumer debt issues

Bell House Care Home, Wilshaw Road, Meltham.

Health watchdogs warn Meltham's Bell House Care Home for second time in six months

CQC Inspectors say service is not safe and not caring

Burglar Christopher Collins jailed after raid on remote farmhouse

He had previously targeted the same premises at Farnley Tyas

Did Huddersfield soldier Gunner W Stewart help to capture Heinrich Himmler?

Five soldiers from 196 Battery, 73rd Anti tank, Royal Artillery

Thief stole from Good Samaritan vicar Anthony Howe who offered him shelter for night

Robert Metcalfe drove stolen car to a homeless shelter

Sikh Community of Huddersfield launch initiative to feed town's homeless at Methodist Mission Cafe

They will provide a vegetarian meal every Friday from 6 to 8pm at the Lord Street site

Tony Ferrari, 70, jailed for seven years for historic sex offences

Almondbury man admitted 13 offences of indecent assault

Check how your child's school is performing at GCSE and A-level

Kirklees schools' GCSE and A level results just above average - use our widget to see the results that matter to you

Government work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith visits Kirklees College as £3.1m local growth deal for new centre announced

He discussed recent progress made with previous funding and news about a new £54.6m fund for the region

Foster mum Gail Osborne with son Issac, who became the permanent family for Jacob, now aged five.

Kirklees campaign urges more residents to become foster carers this year to help more children have a brighter life

Foster15 said that 610 children are currently being looked after in Kirklees

Do you recognise these machete robbers? Police release CCTV images of Batley robbery

Robbery happened on Christmas Eve but CCTV pictures have just been released

Leeds Crown Court

Jason Roderick broke court order by phoning his estranged wife ... from jail

He had been imprisoned for witness intimidation after threatening to kill his ex

Man charged over Cloth Hall Street stabbing

30-year-old Victor Griffith has been charged with attempted robbery

More than 70 Kirklees schools shut their doors due to snow

More than a third of the area's schools fell victim to the weather while the council reveals it has used 750 tonnes of grit since Wednesday morning

Haroon Aswat, who allegedly conspired to establish a jihadi training camp in Oregon, has been extradited from the UK to the US, Scotland Yard said

Dewsbury terror suspect complaint rejected by European court

Former Dewsbury man is accused of working with Abu Hamza

A man has been arrested on suspicion of arson at a takeway in Paddock

A 32-year-old man is in custody over the alleged arson attack at Flame Hut Takeaway

Teacher Brendan O'Brien acquitted of all charges

The 45-year-old had been accused of sex assaults but a jury found him not guilty in just over an hour

Yorkshire First selects retired GP as general election candidate for Calder Valley

Rod Sutcliffe lives in the constituency he wants to represent

Pictures: Traffic disrupted after string of crashes across Kirklees - including serious crash in Linthwaite

Police and ambulance crews attend numerous crashes due to bad weather

Cold weather set to continue with threat of further snow

Weatherman Paul Stevens says it will be up to a week before we see an end to the cold and snow

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Glorious sunrise greets Huddersfield as cold snap looks set to continue

Check how your child's school is performing at GCSE and A-level

Government work and pensions secretary Iain Duncan Smith visits Kirklees College as £3.1m local growth deal for new centre announced

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