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16:03, 20 MAR 2018
How Longwood residents are being urged to remember textile workers who died for king and country
An appeal has been launched to raise £1,000 to refurbish First World War role of honour
Lots of jobs up for grabs to provide ultrafast broadband to homes and businesses across Yorkshire
Openreach is urging jobhunters in Huddersfield to apply for 90 trainee engineer roles
OBITUARY: Stan Solomons - tributes to one of journalism's last remaining characters
Stan was a passionate singer who loved to express himself in song
Leonard Cheshire home placed in 'special measures'
Kenmore care home at Cleckheaton fails Care Quality Commission inspection
Dewsbury District Hospital
Mum's heartbreak over violent 10-year-old son 'abandoned by social workers'
Boy says: 'If I had a poorly finger they would fix it. Why can’t they fix me?'
West Yorkshire Police
WATCH: Do you have what it takes to become a trainee officer with West Yorkshire Police?
Examiner reporter Ben Abbiss finds out what it's like to be arrested for drink-driving at force training school
Massive council-owned greenhouse has gone up for sale
Kirklees Council flogs 3,300m² glasshouse
'Despicable' thief stole poppy boxes on Remembrance Sunday
Marcin Rychlewski avoids jail even though he has committed crimes before
Three steps businesses can take to ensure men and women are paid equally
Daniel Krigers, of Chadwick Lawrence Solicitors, on what businesses can do to avoid legal action relating to the Equal Pay Act 2010
Move for new self-employed parents to have paid shared leave after the baby is born
Batley and Spen MP Tracy Brabin puts new Bill before the House of Commons
Concerns over Huddersfield Change Project's work with the homeless
Project leader Dave Kennedy dodging vital questions
No-one catches polio in the UK any more but the disease continues to damage lives
Post-polio syndrome can affect people exposed to the polio virus up to 40 years earlier.
Huddersfield Royal Infirmary
Here's why HRI porters, gardeners and cleaners may go on strike
Union members close to action as dispute escalates
How an apprenticeship helped Mark Davies into a management job aged just 23
Agrochemicals company Nufarm links up with Kirklees College ahead of National Apprenticeship Week
Here's everything Shadow Chancellor John McDonnell said on a visit to Huddersfield
High profile Labour politician speaks about HRI, council tax and privatisation
Home care company told to improve after carers missed calls or turned up late
Comfort Call Kirklees rated as 'requires improvement' by the Care Quality Commission
Examiner Community Awards
Time running our to make your nominations for this year's Examiner Community Awards
Deadline is February 16 but send them in as soon as possible
Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce
Rise of the robots could cost one in five workers their jobs
Huddersfield business chief on why automation is 'inevitable'
Fox's Biscuits in Batley to create dozens of new jobs
Jobs boost for one of the biggest employers in Kirklees.
Kirklees Council recruits 40 new social workers to boost troubled Children's Services
Councillors probe for answers after Ofsted demand for improvements
Looking for a job in leisure or tourism? This event is for you
Huddersfield Jobcentre is set to show jobseekers what the hospitality industry has to offer
Huddersfield building firm boss on why Carillion collapsed
James Wimpenny on why the price isn't always right.
'Simply more of your money for them to waste' - your angry reactions to 6% hike in council tax
The proposed hike will add around £8 a month to some bills.
Why veganism isn't weird or extreme - and how it's catching on in Huddersfield
Why plant-based diets are catching on among animal-loving millennials in Huddersfield.