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1)  Huddersfield Town fans plan teeshirt protest over Galpharm Stadium shares

HUDDERSFIELD TOWN fans are to hold their most strident protest yet in their battle to claim back shares in the Galpharm Stadium.

Organisers hope thousands of them will pack the stands on Saturday wearing vivid, lime green T-shirts in a highly-visual plea to settle the long-running shares dispute.

They have chosen the Brentford game because it is being screened live by the Sky TV cameras

The shirts are emblazoned with the logo: s2. Do the right thing. Give us back our shares.

2)  18 month jail sentence for man who ran Huddersfield cannabis factory

AN unemployed man who tried to earn some money by growing cannabis in his cellar has been jailed for 18 months.

Richard Carter, who did not use drugs himself, recruited others to help him set up the well-organised cannabis factory at his home in Robinson Street, Huddersfield.

The 27-year-olds illegal activity came to light when he was questioned by police about an unrelated matter and a search of his home uncovered the cannabis-growing operation.

3)  Bon Marche founders went from market stall to multi-million pound business

IT is, quite literally, a rags to riches story.

Two brothers built up a huge fashion empire after starting out selling clothes on a market stall in Huddersfield.

Over the years, Gurchait and Gurnaik Chima steered Bon March› into becoming one of the leading lights of UK retailing, having been inspired by their father Parkash Singh Chima.

But now the future of the firm and its parent company Peacocks is under a shadow.

5)  Shelley villagers take on Kirklees Council in wind turbine row

VILLAGERS are threatening to take legal action against Kirklees Council to try to prevent huge wind turbines being built in picturesque countryside.

The move comes after a spate of planning applications for windmills on greenbelt land in Shelley.

Local residents who have formed Shelley Action Group (SAG) say their main concern is that some of the large 34-metre-high turbines could be highly dangerous.

They spoke out after the damage to turbines in several parts of Huddersfield earlier this month.

5)  Murder trial told Denby Dale man Thomas Haigh made gun threats

THREE weeks before a drug dealer was gunned down in Cornwall one of his alleged murderers said he would “get a gun and shoot him,” it has been claimed.

The evidence came from the girlfriend of Huddersfield man Thomas Haigh who told a court that Haigh’s alleged accomplice, Ross Stone, had made the threats.

Haigh, 28, from Denby Dale, and 26-year-old Stone are alleged to have killed David Griffiths and Liverpool gangster Brett Flournoy.