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A mile of shelves? New University of Huddersfield archive centre to store 300,000 pieces of our past

The University was awarded £1,585,000 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop the new archives centre that will be one of the most technologically advanced in the UK

'Malicious blogger' Neil Wilby banned from contacting Independent Police Complaints Commission investigators after 'tormenting' them online

Neil Wilby
One investigator was painted as a broomstick-riding witch by the web campaigner, who also accused of her having an improper relationship with a senior cop

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A mile of shelves? New University of Huddersfield archive centre to store 300,000 pieces of our past

The University was awarded £1,585,000 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop the new archives centre that will be one of the most technologically advanced in the UK

Neil Wilby

'Malicious blogger' Neil Wilby banned from contacting Independent Police Complaints Commission investigators after 'tormenting' them online

One investigator was painted as a broomstick-riding witch by the web campaigner, who also accused of her having an improper relationship with a senior cop

Kirklees Council

First major changes since the 1970s to special education needs support underway in Kirklees

New legislation means all 1,900 pupils with Statement of SEN will be assessed in four-year project

Opposition builds to landfill plan for Scammonden beauty spot

Nont Sarah owner among residents opposing farmer's plan for fields

Spooky goings on

A healing white spirit, a devil dog and a phantom bingo player - 7 tales of spooky paranormal activity in haunted Huddersfield

Plus check out our gallery of things that have gone bump in the night across the UK - if you dare...

Maria Harris updated

Maria Harris: Detectives step up search for vulnerable Huddersfield woman

She is believed to have gone missing from her address in the Moldgreen area of Huddersfield around 7am this morning

Leeds Crown Court

Marcus Nicholson-North propositioned sexually confused teenage Huddersfield boy, court told

Nicholson-North had initially become a friend to the 15-year-old on Facebook after learning that the boy wondered whether he was bi-sexual

John Radford of Meltham

Witness who saw incident which led to cyclist's brain damage tells court she saw car driver from Holmfirth 'like steer towards him'

Michael Gledhill, 23 of Bramble Bank, Holmfirth denies causing serious injury to John Radford by dangerous driving on Huddersfield Road on July 31 last year

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Pay up! Kirklees Council agree paid-for parking permit plans for 9,000 homes

Anyone wanting a second permit - predicted to be 4,700 people - will have to pay £15 for it

Bid for 41 houses at Clayton Fields beauty spot in Huddersfield

18-year battle over as planning application submitted for Edgerton fields

Little Horrors 2014 - your kids dressed up ready for Halloween

You've sent us some fantastic pictures of your kids in their spooky costumes - have a look below at their ghoulish get-up

Leaders at Colne Valley High School start to turn the tide

Hundreds flock to open evening

The scene of the fire in Thornhill.

Fire crews tackled bedroom blaze in Thornhill

Crews from Dewsbury and Ossett called to Maynes Close

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Dewsbury man Umar Hussain charged with 12 counts of rape

Rape accused to face crown court

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 Haroon Rashid Aswat extradited to United States

Aswat is accused by US authorities of working with Abu Hamza in 1999 to set up a Jihadist training camp in Oregon

The Queen has two birthdays but 100-year-old Dorothy Jennings has THREE!

Centenarian receives card from Queen and surprise visit from Mayor of Kirklees

This image provided by NASA shows Hurricane Gonzalo

Hurricane Gonzalo's gales reach Huddersfield as winds hit almost 50mph

“We have had gusts of 43mph in Huddersfield and 48mph at Emley Moor, but the main thing has been the drop in temperature"

Just a selection of images from 2014's New Starters - click the gallery to see many more

New Starters 2014: take a look at Huddersfield youngsters as they start school

We asked schools to send in pictures of the youngsters beginning their school journey

Clrs Karen Allison, Julie Stewart-Turner and Andrew Cooper on pothole patrol in the Newsome ward

Pothole patrol for councillors surveying streets to log all road holes - send us your pictures

Three Green Party councillors wanted to know how far the pothole problem stretches in their ward

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A mile of shelves? New University of Huddersfield archive centre to store 300,000 pieces of our past

Spooky goings on

A healing white spirit, a devil dog and a phantom bingo player - 7 tales of spooky paranormal activity in haunted Huddersfield

Maria Harris updated

Maria Harris: Detectives step up search for vulnerable Huddersfield woman

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