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Denis Kilcommons: Are you accident prone?
It may be a good idea to stay in bed today
Denis Kilcommons: My broadband is now up to 200 megabites per second
Denis Kilcommons: But I still don't download films or music
Denis Kilcommons: Staying alive!
Dodge your coffin a bit longer by eating the correct diet
Denis Kilcommons: United we stand, divided we fall
Islamic State's attack on Paris aimed at cultivating hatred
Denis Kilcommons: Why do British need to give weather names like Storm Abigail?
American habit of naming weather creeping into British meteorology
Denis Kilcommons: I'm happy lounging around in fleecy pants
These onesies are definitely not for me
Denis Kilcommons: Memories of the Kinks, Small Faces and the Stones on Carnaby Street
John Lennon's guitar sold for £1.6m. How much for my 60s typewriter?
Denis Kilcommons: Graham Norton and Paul O'Grady don't compare to chat show great Michael Parkinson
Michael Parkinson interviewed Peter Ustinov, Bing Crosby, Muhammed Ali, Bob Hope and, John Lennon but missed out on Frank Sinatra
Denis Kilcommons: I'm still searching for my doppleganger
Sadly George Clooney does not appear to be mine
Denis Kilcommons: Vanishing landmark left me vulnerable
Castle Hill cloaked in fog
Denis Kilcommon: Threats to your existence lurking in every home
Now watching TV can kill you
Denis Kilcommons: Britain is becoming obsessed with US style Halloween celebrations
Denis Kilcommons: British children should go back to the old English Samhain harvest festival
Denis Kilcommons: The obsession with the selfie
Happy snappers: All ego and no sense
Denis Kilcommons: Community spirit ignited by a bonfire
Seasonal social event now left behind
Denis Kilcommons column: Are you an angry tattoo wearer?
Or are you just following the stars
Denis Kilcommons: From comics to iPads - how car journeys have changed
Time was, if you went on a trip to the seaside with the family, small children were given an I Spy book or a comic for the journey. These days, they have iPads
Denis Kilcommons: I'm happy to pay 5p for a plastic bag at the shop
But when will we get legislation to prevent people shoving plastic bags through our doors for every charity under the sun?
Denis Kilcommons: The pigeon trained by a Paddock man that saved the four man crew of a downed aircraft.
After the squirrel that bombed Berlin, the staff at Huddersfield Local History Library have come up with an even better animals-at-war story.
Denis Kilcommons: Invisibility cloak best left to fictional heroes
Magical accessory could lead to unforseen consequences in real world
Denis Kilcommons: Thrills and spills in front of the TV
Messy eating in front of the telly
Denis Kilcommons: How else would we waste time without unscientific surveys?
Results invariably show how wonderfully daft people are
Denis Kilcommons: The Huddersfield squirrel that bombed Hitler
Denis Kilcommons: RAF flight lieutenant took pet on WWII bombing raids over Berlin
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
Denis Kilcommons: Dumb and dumber
Very few are Moriarty masterminds of fiction. Most are pretty thick.
Tom Simmonite: Tom Owen
The hardest moment in Tom Owen's life was also one of the proudest.
Last of the Summer Wine
Bill's 'Last of the summer wine' lyrics
By popular demand, the lyrics to the theme song.
Denis Kilcommons: Why do passport photos make you look so bad?
My wife Maria and I have just applied to have our passports renewed at a cost of £162.50.
Nostalgia: Great seaside memory
THERE is a familiar face on the photograph of a seaside boarding house in Cleethorpes in the late 1950s.
Homes West Yorkshire
Property of the Week: Trinity Street, Huddersfield
At first glance, this house appears quite unassuming – a modest home which nestles among a terrace of similar properties near Huddersfield’s Greenhead Park
Have you been papped by our Snapper about Town? This week it's Broad Oak Bowling Club
See if our photographer caught you on camera!
'Clean eating helped me lose lost three stones in 12 weeks': Find out how Jayne did it
Clean eating is the way to be healthier and leaner, says fitness instructor Jayne Dawson
Can you guess how many years old Elland will be this year?
It's probably older than you think
Mystery of old photographs solved ... thanks to Examiner readers
Insight into the history of the Hogley family from Longwood
Are you a whizz in the kitchen? Huddersfield foodies wanted to take part in Channel 4 show My Kitchen Rules
It comes after Linthwaite-based cheesemaker Razan Alsous starred on the show
West Yorkshire News
Huddersfield cafe closes after almost 50 years, as customers say they'll miss the 'Huddersfield institution'
Caledonian Cafe on Westgate to close for good today and its owner Tony Stylianou talks of the good times
Teen mum stubbed cigarette butt in ex's face - because he told her to
Alys Senior said he manufactured the assault in Huddersfield town centre
Mystery over sudden closure of popular Huddersfield pub
Regulars told to drink up and leave as pub was ordered to close its doors
This is why Kirklees folk heard a massive roar in the sky
It was a Tornado ... but nothing to do with the weather
Huddersfield town centre
Robber showed victim scar on his cheek and said he had stabbed people before
Shane Hirst locked up after robbery in Huddersfield town centre
Latest updates: Huge police presence and armed officers in street after man stabbed
Dozens of officers and ambulance crews seen at Royd Street in the Hill Top area of Slaithwaite
Driver hurt as car plunges down grass banking in Huddersfield
Mercedes left overhanging a drop off Bradley Mills Road which led to road closure
Mohammed Yassar Yaqub
Trial linked to Yassar Yaqub shooting delayed by seven months
A High Court judge is to preside over the trio's trial which will take place at a later date than planned
The wonderful way one family is 'paying back' a hospice for its brilliant care
Julie Swallow knew her relatives' fundraising memory plans before she died in Overgate Hospice
Blue and White foundation kids meet their Huddersfield Town heroes