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10:58, 11 FEB 2018
He's the best "little" builder in Britain
Nigel Smith has been presented with a Pride in the Job Award from the National House Building Council
Strictly Come Dancing
Here's why Peter Kay's appearance on Strictly has sparked controversy
Peter Kay's appearance on Strictly sparks controversy
New lease of life for jazzed-up club
Jazz lovers in Huddersfield are launching a series of autumn gigs with some of the biggest names in contemporary jazz music.
Comedian Alan Davies heading for Halifax this autumn
Follows on the success of his 55-date 2014 show
He'll be back! Huddersfield restaurant Eric's spends day feeding Hollywood star Arnold Schwarzenegger
Top chef Eric Paxman provides personal catering to Terminator legend during Leeds visit
Would you pay £1,500 to meet the Terminator? An Evening With Arnold Schwarzenegger planned in Leeds
Film star, body builder and former Governor of California to appear at Elland Road event
Stephen Fry, Jonathan Ross and Michael Sheen help save Huddersfield gift shop from closure
Celebrities stump up cash to keep Diversions TV memorabilia shop open
Mirfield’s Sir Patrick Stewart to be married by Sir Ian McKellen
ACTOR Sir Ian McKellen is to marry Sir Patrick Stewart.
Denis Kilcommons: Noisy snacks ruin the TV dramas
I THINK it’s about time someone invented a silent crisp.
Hilarie Stelfox: Want to give your baby a wacky name? Try it out on the cat first
THERE are going to be a lot of aged aunt Olivias around in the year 2081, as well as grandpa Olivers, because both names have emerged as the number one choice for UK babies born in 2010.
Wilf Lunn: Why I've got bang head
Wilf: Brothers in arms
BACK in 1992 I did a Jonathan Ross series with roving reporter Fiona Armstrong.
Rufus Wainwright visits Huddersfield Grammar School
SINGER songwriter Rufus Wainwright surprised children at the end of their school’s art week.
Denis: Good government comes at a price
DAVID Cameron has opened the door to anyone to become a Tory MP.
Music reviews 09/02/09: Nico's Alchemy, Erasure, Sergeant Buzfuz
Latest music reviews.
Barry: Shame on you BBC for Gaza broadcast decision
I WAS working on Saturday, reporting on the many goings-on of a Huddersfield weekend.
Local rail services; just one of the moans in our Letterbag
I WROTE to The Examiner a week or so ago to complain about Northern Rail’s poor service on our local service between Marsden and Huddersfield, with an increasing number of trains cancelled for no good reason.
Last Of The Summer Wine axed says producer
THE BBC is set to pull the plug on Last Of The Summer Wine.
Drivers, see the light! You have a duty of care on road
CAN I make an appeal to everyone driving these dark nights?
Festival of Light
YOU’VE sent a wonderful collection of letters to the Examiner Mailbag this month.
But you have to go right back nearly to the beginning of November to find the winner of our letter of the month prize.
“Debt has been this government’s biggest growth industry” - Sir John Major.
“I’m sure that somebody who has laid bricks for 50 years is pretty confident about their job.
Ross back on air
SHAMED broadcaster Jonathan Ross is 48 today.
Trade in trafficked children for sex is ‘alive and well in Huddersfield’
I READ with interest Barry Sheerman’s comments about people trafficking (Examiner Nov 13) and his belief that it is not happening in Huddersfield.
FACEPAINTING, a sponsored singalong, men doing topless car washing, bun sales, dressing up as Pudsey Bear.