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21:58, 12 JUL 2013
Listed Huddersfield mill to get a new life as offices
AN historic mill near Huddersfield town centre will be converted into offices, creating more than 150 jobs.
Big switch-off could be last!
THEY say Christmas starts earlier and earlier each year – but for residents of Holmfirth it never ended, because the town’s Christmas lights were left up for the whole of 2008 after the organisers’ funds dried up.
Tesco objectors come under fire
A FORMER parish councillor has slammed the bid to block Tesco from Holmfirth.
100 jobs created at town firm
A HUGE jobs boost came today with news of a major land deal for a Huddersfield firm.
‘People’s bank’ branch opens in village centre
A NEW credit union branch has opened in Marsden.
Ice rink bumper cars in Piazza
ALL the fun of the fair – on ice.
Kingsgate 2 gets go-ahead: New M&S store planned?
OWNERS of the Kingsgate Centre today won their battle to build a £50m extension to the Huddersfield town centre shopping complex.
Why no progress on Castle Hill plans?
QUESTIONS have been raised over progress on the site of the former pub at Castle Hill.
Reward the real fundraisers, not just the cheque writers
I READ with interest Richard Nicholls’ Senior Moment (November 21) relating to the manner in which money is raised for Children in Need on the Wogan Show on BBC Radio 2.
Festival of Light
Continental touch returns
THE WÜRST is yet to come to Huddersfield!
Festival of Light 2008 - report, pictures and video
CIRCUS performers, dancers and musicians took to the streets of Huddersfield for last night’s colourful Festival of Light.
Get your skates on and chill out
WORK starts next week on the Christmas ice rink in Huddersfield town centre.
Festival of Light
The lights fantastic!
THOUSANDS of people are expected to enjoy this week’s stunning Festival of Light.
Students in ‘town pride’ challenge
OUR town’s a great place to live – and our photos will prove it.
Start on new college site for Dewsbury
WORK has started on clearing the site that will house a new state-of-the-art further education college in Dewsbury.
New influx at credit union
A LOCAL credit union has seen an influx of new customers by offering a financial lifeline in the face of harsh economic times.
Chance to learn new job
PEOPLE living in Kirklees are being given the chance to enrol on a free painting and decorating course.
Relationship scares off firms says MP
MAJOR retailers are being deterred from coming to Huddersfield because of Kirklees Council’s “close relationship” with supermarket giant Tesco, says the town’s MP.
Ross and Brand in the news but what about pensioners’ protest?
WHAT a carry on! Ross and Brand, two mature (in years anyway) millionaire men, earning millions for abusing an old age pensioner.
Queensgate Market must be saved
CONSERVATIONISTS say Huddersfield’s Queensgate Market is a structure of national importance and should be saved.
Festival of Light
Parking charges axed in Huddersfield town centre for Christmas
MOTORISTS have been offered free parking in the run-up to Christmas.
Market stall rent rise kept at 2.5%
MARKET traders will have to pay more in Huddersfield.
A touch of silver for green efforts
TWO Kirklees towns won silver medals in the Yorkshire In Bloom contest.
New tenants for mill conversion scheme
A MILL development on the edge of Huddersfield town centre has secured its first two tenants.