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16:28, 12 JUL 2013
Andy Hirst: We’ve caught Olympic fever
OLYMPIC fever has struck us all down in the Hirst household – and we never really saw it coming.
Video - Huddersfield Town chairman Dean Hoyle receives honorary degree from Leeds Met and speaks out on Huddersfield Town and business matters
HUDDERSFIELD Town chairman Dean Hoyle has spoken of his pride at receiving an honorary degree.
Denis Kilcommons: Harry Potter or Swallows and Amazons, reading is vital to children
THE book that fired my imagination as a child was Swallows and Amazons, the first in Arthur Ransome’s series of adventures set in the Lake District.
Denis: Introducing Mrs Whoopi Cushing ...
DAFT names are not just the prerogative of the famous. A couple whose baby was born during the Queen's diamond jubilee celebrations have called him Union Jack.
Comedy: Coffin Up a comedy
‘COFFIN UP’ earned four-star reviews at the Edinburgh Fringe and now it can be seen at the Square Chapel in Halifax next Friday, May 18.
Top roles for Huddersfield actress Jodie Whittaker and husband Christian Contreras, who stars in BBC1 drama The Syndicate
ACTRESS Jodie Whittaker has landed a top role with the National Theatre.
Young musicians play movie and stage music at Huddersfield Town Hall
CHILDREN and young people supporting other children and young people.
Acting stars begin filming BBC romcom Antony and Cleopatra in Marsden
EX-Coronation Street star Sarah Lancashire was back in the TV spotlight as BBC film crews took over Marsden to film a new series.
Music: Huddersfield University offers music from another age
TWO concerts in Huddersfield later this month are bound together by connections between the musicians involved.
Denis: Ghost stories make such great fiction
DANIEL Radcliffe has shed his Harry Potter image by starring in the ghostly horror film The Woman In Black.
Thursday's most viewed stories on examiner.co.uk: Take a look and make sure you're up to speed
Here are today's most viewed stories on www.examiner.co.uk
Denis: Dilemmas of the festive period
WE have now entered limbo, that period between Christmas and New Year, when people sit back and take a deep breath before carrying on carrying on.
The Inbetweeners Movie, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows, Rise of the Planet of the Apes: DVD reviews
THE INBETWEENERS MOVIE (Cert 15, 93 mins)
Top fashion designer Betty Jackson made a Honorary Doctor of Huddersfield University
BETTY Jackson, one of the UK’s top fashion designers, has been given an Honorary Doctorate of Huddersfield University.
Mikron Theatre Company celebrate 40th anniversary with ‘Ruby Do’ at Marsden Mechanics.
MORE than 150 people travelled from all over the country to Marsden to join Mikron Theatre Company in their home town in celebrating the group’s 40th anniversary.
Features: Marsden-based Mikron marks 40 years of touring
IT WAS an anniversary Mikron Theatre Company thought it might not see.
Fashion and Beauty: Cutting edge style for autumn with a statement hairstyle
YOU don’t have to buy a new wardrobe to achieve a trendy new image for autumn.
Fashion and Beauty: Get the stylish back to school look
It’s back to school time and what better excuse to update your wardrobe.
Mr Men are 40 years old
THE Mr Men, created by Cleckheaton-born Roger Hargreaves, have celebrated their 40th birthday.
Summer books boost
POTTER-mania and the rise of downloadable summer reading has boosted sales for publisher Bloomsbury.
Music: Actor Robert Powell hosts movie magic concert with a Huddersfield orchestra
HE’S one of the country’s best known actors and he’s a big supporter of Huddersfield Philharmonic Orchestra.
Brighouse and Rastrick Brass Band
Damned United and Red Riding author among those to be honoured by Huddersfield University
A TOWN fan who wrote a controversial book about Leeds United is to be honoured.
Theatre: Teenage actors sought for World War One play
TWO teenage actors are wanted by Halifax Thespians to play in a new production this spring.
Denis: JK Rowling is a name to conjure with
I WAS intrigued to read how many people had changed their name by deed poll this year.