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18:54, 19 OCT 2017
Huddersfield student fixes Professor Stephen Hawking's faulty communication machine
Pawel Wozniak praised by science genius
Denis Kilcommons: Which jobs are most vulnerable to the march of robots
Denis Kilcommons: Research suggests robots will replace hundreds of jobs in the next few years
Birkby film composer Benson Taylor honoured with fellowship into Royal Academy of Arts for selfless volunteer work
He joins fellows such as Stephen Hawking to promote positive social change
Record Store Day to be celebrated at Huddersfield's Vinyl Tap on April 18
Hundreds of music lovers are expected to queue from midnight to try get their hands on rare records
BAFTAS 2015: See who's been nominated for this year's film awards
Nods for films with Huddersfield connections
Kirklees Council budget report 'harder to understand' than Stephen Hawking's A Brief History of Time
According to an analysis you would need to have been in education for 14.4 years in order to understand the council’s budget
Huddersfield star actor Patrick Stewart urges Scots to vote No
Acotr Sir Patrick Stewart is one of 215 celebrities to sign a letter urging Scots not to vote for independence
Rastrick Independent School
Rastrick child genius Sherwyn Sarabi has IQ to match Einstein
Four-year-old Sherwyn Sarabi, who attends Rastrick Independent School, became the youngest member of MENSA aged three
Nobel prize winner inspires Rastrick High School students
A NOBEL Prize winner went back to his Rastrick roots and faced interviews by science students.
Denis Kilcommons : Pleasures and perils of living in a parallel world
PEOPLE used to think the world was flat. Sail too far and you would drop off the edge.
Brighouse pupil Jack Carroll steal the show at the Pride of Britain Awards
JACK Carroll had an audience of celebrities in stitches this week.
London 2012 Olympics
Ethan’s big night at Olympics Stadium for Paralympic opening ceremony
A YOUNG Moldgreen boy returned home last night – after a starring role in the spectacular opening to the Paralympics.
Denis Kilcommons: I’m prepared to be dazzled by the 2012 Paralympic Games
THE term hero has become devalued in the modern world.
Val Javin: Reaching for the stars at the Paralympic opening ceremony
“LOOK up at the stars, and not down at your feet," he said.
Hilarie Stelfox: Cambridge positively reeks of privilege
IT’S not often that I feel myself consumed with feelings of social injustice while on holiday in the UK.
John Avison: Fewer jobs figured out
KIRKLEES employs about 19,000 people, several thousand being part-time, and including about 3,500 teachers.
1800 The first soup kitchens for the poor of London began.
1815 The British, led by General Sir Edward Pakenham, were defeated at New Orleans in the last battle Britain fought against the US.
Denis:Flash bang wallop what a proton!
WELL, I’m still waiting for that big bang. The closest I got was when I asked Maria to guide me into a parking space.