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1. Leeds man 'given beating' after trying to steal s3,000 worth of rings from Huddersfield market stall
A JEWELLERY thief who was chased by traders and allegedly attacked by them has been sent to jail.
Prolific offender Dean Langford was sentenced to three months in jail yesterday when he appeared before Kirklees magistrates.
He had attempted to steal £3,000 worth of rings from the stall at Huddersfield Open Market.
A BRADLEY couple say lessons must be learned after their baby died just an hour old due to staff mistakes.
Stuart and Tracy Bray have agreed an out of court settlement after a string of errors led to the death of their daughter Tily Ann in September 2009 at the Huddersfield Family Birth Centre run by Calderdale and Huddersfield NHS Trust.
The Brays are now seeking assurances that the NHS will learn lessons from its mistakes.
Tracy, 36, said: When we read the report about all the failings we knew we had to take some action. This cannot be allowed to happen to anyone else.
A GUNMAN terrified staff and pupils at a Huddersfield primary school by pointing an air rifle towards the school.
And after being allowed home by police, Russell Armitage, of Waterloo, did a similar thing the next day.
Concerned staff at Moldgreen Community Primary were forced to move children from their classrooms and clear a playground after convicted criminal Armitage was seen with an air rifle at the bathroom window of his nearby home.
Following his arrest last May police and counter terrorism officers recovered two air rifles from his former property, which was only about 30 yards from the school grounds.
A HOUSE burglar who was released on licence is back behind bars after robbing a drug user for the sake of just £20.
Christopher Ainley, 36, of Cowlersley Lane, Cowlersley, was let out of jail part way through a 63-month sentence imposed in July 2009.
CAMPAIGNERS last night welcomed a freeze on new wind turbines following safety concerns.
Kirklees Council yesterday suspended planning applications for a type of windmill manufactured by Brighouse firm Evoco Energy.
The move came after high winds ripped blades from the companys turbines in Hepworth and Upper Cumberworth earlier this month.