The most read stories from June 7.
1) Ale Trail revellers' behaviour 'unacceptable' says West Yorkshire's top cop and vows to tackle yobs
WEST YORKSHIRE’S most senior police officer has vowed to do more to tackle the Ale Trail “hijackers”.
Chief Constable Mark Gilmore walked the streets of Marsden yesterday and admitted levels of crime and anti-social behaviour at weekends by Ale Trail revellers have become ‘unacceptable’.
2) Mum’s anger after Huddersfield Royal Infirmary misses broken collar bone of son, 7
A YOUNG child was left in agony for 24 hours after being sent home from hospital with an undetected broken bone.
A doctor at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary (HRI) did not carry out an X-ray examination on seven-year-old Callum Moorhouse.
3) Maths teacher chalks up small victory over dirty dog owners with pavement illustrations
SHE comes across as an unlikely vigilante.
But maths teacher Maria Smith has gone to war with dog-owners in Clayton West.
4) Will Tardis-style kiosk in St George’s Square be approved by Huddersfield planners?
A TARDIS-style public phone and cash machine installed in St George’s Square without permission could stay.
Kirklees planning officers have recommended the construction – branded a “monstrosity” – be permitted.
5) Baby, baby, baby! Check out the three tots who arrived on the same day for Morrisons Waterloo staff!
A BABY boom at a Huddersfield supermarket saw three new arrivals delivered on the same day.
The three babies were born to four members of staff at Morrisons in Penistone Road, Waterloo.