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HUDDERFSIELD GIANTS owner Ken Davy last night made a new offer to settle the controversial Galpharm Stadium shares deal.
He pledged to put the rugby club’s shares in Kirklees Stadium Development Ltd (KSDL) in a charitable trust along with the Huddersfield Town shares in the company.
But he was adamant that the offer was conditional on Town owner Dean Hoyle completing the agreement that the two men agreed in February 2010.
SWINGEING cuts are being lined up by Kirklees Council.
Jobs will be axed and many public services and leisure facilities could be hit as the council prepares to announce its budget for 2012/13.
Officials claim £64m needs to be shaved off the council’s balance sheets by 2015 if it is to survive what is being described as the “most challenging financial circumstances in living memory”.
A GANG of men armed with a machete, hammer and crowbar struck in Fartown, it was revealed today.
The thugs forced a man out of his parked car before dragging him to his nearby home and threatening him as they demanded cash.
The terrifying robbery happened when the man was sitting in his Vauxhall Corsa on the drive of his Hammerton Road home.
“WE will never close the case”.
That was the pledge from Huddersfield detectives about an unsolved murder dating back to 1994.
A Sheepridge mother was brutally bludgeoned to death 18 years ago this month.
Her killer has never been found, despite a huge police inquiry.
MUSIC is her passion.
But schoolgirl Bailey Coppack could soon be deaf if she doesn’t receive specialist treatment for a brain tumour.
The 12-year-old’s family have now launched a campaign to raise money so she and her family can go to America for proton therapy.