Load mobile navigation
West Yorkshire News
UK & World News
Celebs & TV
In Your Area
Latest What's On
What's On News
Family & Kids
Food & Drink
Music & Nightlife
Book an Ad
Advertise with Us
Buy a Photo
How to Complain
Corrections and Clarifications
Terms & Conditions
© 2018 Trinity Mirror North West
20:00, 28 SEP 2016
You're overpaying on your energy bills - here's how to reduce them
Dragon's Den star Sarah Willingham turns up heat on Big Six power companies
It's Our World: Huddersfield school takes part in Switch Off Fortnight energy drive
Pupils at Hillside Primary School, Newsome, are switched on when it comes to energy saving
MPs criticised for claiming expenses to heat their second homes – but not all of them did. See how much your local MP claimed here
Some 340 MPs used the parliamentary expenses system to recoup the cost of heating second homes
Huddersfield MP Barry Sheerman: Energy price hike is a disgrace
Thousands of Huddersfield families will face huge financial headaches this winter
Andrew Jackson: Huge profits and big bonuses - let’s give British Gas a warm hand
HOORAY for British Gas. No really, let's cheer them to the rafters!
Birkby meeting to help residents tackle soaring fuel costs
RESIDENTS in Birkby have attended a meeting to look at ways of cutting their energy bills this winter.
Eon, EDF, British Gas...Kirklees Council! Sign up to new council scheme and you cut could fuel bills by £200
THOUSANDS of Huddersfield families could see their energy bills cut.
THIS week there has been a story in the Examiner about a child initially not having a place in a school due to them all been full, and today I read about places in town to be converted into one and two bedroom flats.
Jason McCartney at Civic Society
Days in the life of Colne Valley MP
It’s Our World: Kirklees celebrates green energy success
KIRKLEES Council officials will today join a partnership of organisations throughout Yorkshire to celebrate their contribution to the Government’s new Green Deal energy programme.
Andrew Jackson: iPads, EDF and how to make Nick Lavigueur smile
THE other thing I noticed on my holidays is the prevalence of tablet computers.
Nick: why do I love the EDF blob more than my girlfriend?
“YOU like the EDF Blob better than me,” complained my girlfriend the other day, as I commented on his cuteness following 13 consecutive days of failing to complement her.
AMEC acquires Serco’s nuclear Technical Services business
ENGINEERING and project management company AMEC has completed a £137m deal to buy Serco Group’s nuclear Technical Services business.
EDF in sales breach
AN energy company whose sales staff made misleading claims to customers will provide £4.5m for needy households as part of a settlement with the regulator.
It’s Our World: Huddersfield’s old mill canals lead to green revolution
IT was once the lifeline of Huddersfield’s booming textile industry.
Inflation figure shows slight fall
The increase in the cost of living eased last month, official figures revealed today, but soaring energy bills continued to squeeze household budgets.
Comparing prices can be confusing
Energy prices are soaring. So how do you find out what’s the best deal for you?
Watchdog urges 'rewiring' of energy networks
AROUND £32 billion needs to be spent on "rewiring" Britain’s gas and electricity network in the next 10 years, the energy watchdog said today.
UK Coal lands deal to supply Scottish & Southern Energy’s Ferrybridge power station
THE UK’s biggest coal producer has landed a deal to supply 3.5m tonnes of coal to Scottish & Southern Energy’s Ferrybridge power station in West Yorkshire.
Amateur RU: Yorkshire Cup test for Huddersfield at Leeds Carnegie
BUOYED by Saturday’s cracking win over Fylde, Huddersfield return to the Yorkshire Cup trail tonight when they tackle the mighty Leeds Carnegie at West Park Bramhope (7.30pm).
POWER giants Centrica and EDF are said to be at loggerheads over the planned sale of a 25% stake in nuclear generator British Energy.
Reports said the recent sharp fall in electricity prices meant Centrica shareholders were worried the firm could “overpay” for the stake.
RU: Injured duo look set for run-out
BEN PAXMAN and James Mortimore will benefit from possible workouts after injuries as Huddersfield RU are without a game tomorrow for the second week in succession.
RU: XV who finished for Hudds start
MARK SOWERBY sends out the same XV who finished so strongly in the second half of last week’s thrilling victory at Loughborough, aiming to make it seven unbeaten games on the bounce when Huddersfield RU return to the midlands tomorrow to tackle Leicester Lions (2.00).
RU: A day to forget for out-of-sorts Field
HUDDERSFIELD bowed out of the EDF Energy National Trophy at leading Midlands club Broadstreet.