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Prime Minister David Cameron said in Aberdeen he would be "utterly heartbroken" if Scotland voted to leave the UK

Party leaders promise more power for Scotland

Referendum campaigners seize on new proposals

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

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

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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

Troubled Holywell Green hotel The Rock Inn remains closed - with answerphone message blaming owners Enterprise Inns

Hotel was supposed to reopen on September 10

Solar panels on homes in Croftlands, Newsome, Huddersfield.

Kirklees Council's £9.2m solar panel plan for 2,000 council homes up for decision next week

2,000 homes will be fitted with solar panels - Kirklees stands to recoup £14m in feed-in-tarrifs

Fiona Hodgson, 13, and Abby McLaughlin, 14, are going to the World Scout Jamboree 2015 in Japan.

Gruelling Marsden Utterley Butterley reservoir fell race to raise money for scout Fiona Hodgson to go to 2015 World Scout Jamboree

Fiona, 13, must raise £3,400 to go on the trip of a lifetime in Japan, which will bring together scouts and guides from across the world

Tragedy of grieving dad who shot himself at son's grave then begged paramedics not to help him, inquest told

Allen Hinchliffe, 52, died in hospital weeks after shooting himself twice in the abdomen at the grave of his 20-year-old son Ben, who had died six months earlier in a road accident

Veteran runner Arnold Pickup strides out in the York race

Huddersfield man Arnold Pickup still running for charity - at 83

Veteran fundraiser raises thousands for BLESMA

A motorcyclist has been taken to hospital following a collision with a car

Motorcyclist taken to hospital after collision with car in Marsh

Accident happened outside the Croppers Arms pub

William Hill betting shop in Commercial Street, Brighouse

Brighouse betting shop robbery: police appeal for witnesses

The incident happened on Saturday evening when a man entered the store and threatened staff with a gun

Police are appealing for information

Person killed by train in Hipperholme tunnel

British Transport Police say fatality not suspicious

Snoopy the Staffie Cross who has been stolen from a garden

Can you help find Snoopy? Young brothers left heartbroken after theft of Staffordshire bull terrier-American bulldog cross pup

Thief jumped over fence in Sheepridge to snatch dog

Police are appealing for information

Huddersfield psychiatric nurse Carl Tinker accused of groping vulnerable patient

Nursing assistant Tinker, aged 49, denies three counts of sexual activity with a person with a mental disorder by a carer

Videos & Photos

Prime Minister David Cameron said in Aberdeen he would be "utterly heartbroken" if Scotland voted to leave the UK

Party leaders promise more power for Scotland

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'

Fly tippers turn Crosland Hill country lane into rubbish dump

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