West Yorkshire News

Sailing success for Scammonden's youth training scheme

Club coaching has been given governing body boost

Luke Moore 'went crazy' and caused more than £1,000 damage to his partner's property

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.
Moore, of Kirkheaton, also theatened to kill Rebecca Grafton's horses if she left him

Whiteknights Emergency Voluntary Services receive charity cash from Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation

Whiteknights Emergency Voluntary Service has received £500 from the Yorkshire Building Society charitable foundation

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Sailing success for Scammonden's youth training scheme

Club coaching has been given governing body boost

Kirklees Magistrates Court, Huddersfield.

Luke Moore 'went crazy' and caused more than £1,000 damage to his partner's property

Moore, of Kirkheaton, also theatened to kill Rebecca Grafton's horses if she left him

Whiteknights Emergency Voluntary Services receive charity cash from Yorkshire Building Society Charitable Foundation

Whiteknights Emergency Voluntary Service has received £500 from the Yorkshire Building Society charitable foundation

How millimetres count when it comes to Huddersfield’s new Leisure Centre swimming pool

A competition pool cannot be 1mm less than 25m in length

Northern Powergrid

Homes and businesses without electricity after power cuts in Huddersfield

Around 40 homes in HD3 are affected by the shortage

Cannabis plant

Woman threatened by armed gang in Bradley targeted 'cannabis raid'

Three men threatened woman who had cannabis growing at her home in Bradley

Huddersfield brewer supplies birthday beer for West Yorkshire's only co-operative pub

The first anniversary beer for Hebden Bridge's Fox and Goose pub will be a blonde called 'Co-hoperative' by Mallinsons

The construction of the M62

The calm before the storm: amazing pictures of the M62 under construction 45 years ago

See the motorway take shape — and the building of Scammonden Bridge

Brighouse station

Calderdale rail campaigners call for better services for Brighouse

Plea for more Sunday services

Number of registered voters in Huddersfield has fallen by nearly 4,000 in the past year

According to the figures the area has suffered one of biggest drops nationally

Girls got brass: Huddersfield Tea & Tarts WI musical novices start up brass band to perform at Royal Albert Hall

They will head to the revered brass band venue in June to join in the WI centenary celebrations

Teacher Elinor Priestley to embark upon trip of a lifetime as part of mission to save endangered Moon Bears

Elinor has been campaigning hard at Fixby Junior and Infant School for action to stop them being hunted for use in Chinese medicine

Dream Homes: Buckfield House, Almondbury

In the latest in our Dream Homes series, we take a look at Buckfield House, Almondbury - on the market for £900,000.

Bricklayer Jonathan Clegg killed two pet snakes with eight-inch knife

The 30-year-old called police himself and was discovered still clutching the knife he'd used

Huddersfield firms supply golf's revered Green Jacket

The winner of the 2015 US Masters golf tournament at Augusta will be presented with a Green Jacket made of Huddersfield cloth

Pictures: Farm lets Twitter followers get up close and personal with 24-hour lambing

Robert Nicholson on the trials and tribulations of lambing season at Cannon Hall Farm

Ambulance

A man has been injured in a building-site fall in Dewsbury

Fire crews and paramedics were called to Caledonian Road, Saville Town

Volunteers create new community garden in Rastrick

New look to barren strip of land

Man attacked in Slaithwaite pub with meat cleaver

West Yorkshire Police are investigating the Saturday night attack on a 28-year-old man

Man assaulted after being threatened with a pitchfork and knives in Birkby

Police are investigating the robbery which happened on Saturday

Videos & Photos

How millimetres count when it comes to Huddersfield’s new Leisure Centre swimming pool

Cannabis plant

Woman threatened by armed gang in Bradley targeted 'cannabis raid'

The construction of the M62

The calm before the storm: amazing pictures of the M62 under construction 45 years ago

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