Koso Kent Introl in Armytage Road, Brighouse, is continuing to invest in the future and expand its business after announcing the recruitment of nine new starters since January.
Brighouse based renewable energy installer Q-Gen Renewable Heat has been named “Highly Commended Installer of The Year” at the National Heat Pump Awards 2013.
Work to upgrade part of the M62 through West Yorkshire to a managed motorway took another step forward last night (Tuesday) when electronic signs on a second section were activated.
Former pupils and staff of Hipperholme Grammar School and the junior school formerly Lightcliffe Preparatory School are invited to a Brodleian reunion at the senior school on Friday, June 28, starting at 6.30pm.
Slimmers in Bailiff Bridge and Wyke have been dropping the pounds in weight to raise pounds in cash for charity.
Families in Clifton came together for their village football team’s first ever fun day.
Calder Valley MP Craig Whittaker has launched the We Made It! competition.
Councillors and police are still in talks to discourage anti social behaviour around a derelict pub in Rastrick.
Brighouse Juniors Football Club have been celebrating another successful campaign with their presentation and signing on day.
Youngsters were serving up a treat to customers at Frankie and Benny’s in Halifax as part of a special school trip.
A former police authority chairman from North Yorkshire has been convicted of persuading a friend to take three penalty points for him so he avoided a driving ban and furthered his career.
The birthday of the man behind the world's fastest steam train has been marked with a special historic re-enactment in York.
A 20-year-old man has appeared in court charged with the murder of a young woman who was beheaded in a knife attack in Sheffield.
Dundee, Hull, Leicester and Swansea Bay are the four contenders which have made it through to the shortlist for the UK's next City Of Culture.
The chief executive of Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has been criticised by anti-cuts campaigners after he appeared in an online video cavorting around an NHS building dressed as Superman.
A senior BBC executive who earns a six-figure salary claimed almost £400 when his holiday was cancelled in the aftermath of the Jimmy Savile sex abuse scandal.
Outgoing Bank of England governor Sir Mervyn King is being made a peer, Downing Street confirmed.
Royal Mail workers have voted in favour of boycotting competitors' mail and have massively rejected the Government's controversial plan to privatise the company.
Britain is in a "very parlous state" morally because of a lack of vision about what kind of society we want, the Archbishop of Canterbury has said.
Moors Murderer Ian Brady remains "chronically psychotic" and should remain in a hospital setting for treatment, his mental health tribunal has heard.
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- Football League Championship 2013/14 fixtures: Leeds start at home to Brighton, Huddersfield travel to Forest
- Talks over derelict pub hit stalemate
- Police helciopter called to Wyke
- GCSE results for Brighouse High
- Former Prime Minister Baroness Margaret Thatcher dies - Sir Bernard Ingham calls her the “outstanding 20th century Prime Minister”
- Comic, Jack Carroll, on tonight’s live show of Britain’s Got Talent
- Pensioner jailed for sex abuse charges dating back more than three decades.
- The Great St Matthew’s Bake Off
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