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TWO hundred workers at a Huddersfield company face a worrying future after they were sent home after arriving at work.
The day shift at Bon Marché in Grange Moor was told to go home and not come in again until they received a phone call when they arrived for work yesterday morning.
The staff who were working in the warehouse on Tuesday night had the bad news broken to them right at the end of their shift.
It is understood that 200 staff have been sent home in all.
HUDDERSFIELD Town fans took their fight to reclaim shares in the Galpharm Stadium to the politicians last night – but were told by council leader Mehboob Khan that the protests are not helping to solve the impasse.
A delegation from Huddersfield Town Supporters Association lobbied Kirklees Council as part of their fight to get back the shares owned by Ken Davy.
Giants owner Ken Davy and Town boss Dean Hoyle have been unable to reach agreement over the shares.
KIRKLEES refuse workers refused to cross a road to empty a bin – because it was against their health and safety rules.
And the amazing response staggered a local man.
The resident of Almondbury Bank has told The Examiner he went out to ask for his bin to be emptied after his collection was missed last Friday.
A JURY heard how police excavated the charred remains of two drug dealers entombed in a burnt-out van in a pit at a farm in Cornwall.
David Griffiths, 35, from Plymouth, and Brett Flournoy, 31, were blasted with a shotgun and loaded into a white Citroen Berlingo van at Sunny Corner, Trenance Downs, near St Austell.
And one of the men alleged to have murdered them was Thomas Haigh, of Denby Dale.
Truro Crown Court was told the vehicle, which Flournoy had been driving, was pushed into a 4 metres deep (7ft 10in) pit before everything was set on fire and covered over with earth.
BOSSES at engineering company Cummins Turbo Technologies are investigating after a test “failure” caused damage at its Turnbridge site.
Firefighters were called out to the St Andrew’s Road complex after an explosion in a lab on Tuesday..
Mark Firth, executive director for research and engineering, said: “Our normal, investigative procedures are being followed after an incident in a test cell facility.
“We contacted the Health and Safety Executive as part of this procedure. While HSE has classed the incident as ‘non-reportable’, we are continuing to follow our own procedures to investigate and learn as we do with every incident on any of our sites, no matter how minor it is.”