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07:15, 27 SEP 2014
Teacher Dylan Murphy speaks of sadness at closure of The Nerve Centre in Huddersfield
Dylan has chronic fatigue syndrome and relies on service
The Nerve Centre in Huddersfield set to close after Kirklees Council funding is axed
Charity which has helped hundreds of people with neurological conditions faces liquidation
Locala Community Partnerships
Business Connector Jonathan Wales delivers half-year report
Bank manager Jonathan Wales has been kept busy during his first six months as Business Connector in Huddersfield
Piece of cake? Examiner's Hilarie finds it's hard work judging a bake off
Writer Hilarie Stelfox did her best Mary Berry impression to help sort the soggy bottoms from the winners
Huddersfield's Nerve Centre gets a boost
The Nerve Centre, based at Greenhead Road, had hoped to raise £150 to go towards new and existing projects – but more than trebled the sum
VandA Bell Brown
Amanda Vigar, of V&A Bell Brown, on customer service
The customer’s always right – and don’t forget it! Standards of customer service are in freefall. Dire levels of customer care have – for some time – been a real bug bear for me
Huddersfield footballer Courtney Livsey from Upperthong selected to join Leeds United Under 11 Girls Centre of Excellence
Courtney Livsey from Upperthong has been selected for Leeds United Under 11 Girls Centre of Excellence
Amanda Vigar, of V&A Bell Brown, says charity can begin...at work
AS the old saying goes, charity begins at home. But why not let it continue at the workplace?
Huddersfield Examiner Wish 2012: Groups T - Y
Meet the groups
Health and Family: Hidden illness that ruins relationships and family life
Chronic illnesses don’t just affect sufferers, they also have a major impact on family life and relationships.
Almondbury Ladies Choir’s charity efforts
A CHOIR set up in Almondbury almost 50 years ago is still helping others.
Kirklees Council meets with Third Sector Leaders to discuss spending cuts
COUNCIL representatives have met with members of the Kirklees group Third Sector Leaders to discuss spending cuts.
Disabled woman stuck in Huddersfield charity office after fire service quotes £500 for rescue
A DISABLED woman was stuck in a building for five hours after firefighters said there would be a £500 charge for her to be rescued.
Netherton mum sets up fibromyalgia support group
A MUM who told the Examiner about her battle with a rare and excruciating pain disorder has now met other readers in the same position.
Sir Peter Spencer to talk to ME sufferers in Huddersfield
A LEADING campaigner on the medical condition ME is to address sufferers and their families in Huddersfield.
Examiner Community Awards honour Huddersfield's heroes
Read all abour our Community Award winners here!
Examiner Community Award: Community Project of the Year – The Nerve Centre
THE Nerve Centre helps hundreds of people deal with neurological conditions.
Artwork by Nerve Centre on show in Huddersfield
AN art show organised by a Huddersfield charity has opened in the town.
Charity book sale
A BOOK and clothes sale has raised vital funds for a Huddersfield charity.
Yorkshire celebration a success
A DAY held to celebrate all things Yorkshire raised more than £400 for charity.
Carry on as before after expenses row
SO what has changed?
CragRats closure ‘a blow to Holmfirth’
I AM really sorry that CragRats has gone into administration because they have been in Holmfirth for 20 years providing employment to lots of local people.
Examiner Community Awards
Examiner Community Awards: Community Project of the Year
HE countdown to the Examiner Community Awards is underway.
Huddersfield volunteers get together
HUDDERSFIELD Library played host to a major volunteers’ fair.