In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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In this week’s Mirfield Reporter, we hear from the grandfather of a little girl, who is still searching for answers two years after her death.

Read about plans to transform a historic amphitheatre to enable performances at a Mirfield monastery once again.

We have the latest on a Mirfield campaign groups plans, after a planning committee deferred making a decision on a controversial housing development.

Find out who has been picked as this year’s Mirfield ambassadors.

As our troops leave Afghanistan, the mother of fallen Dewsbury soldier Jake Hartley reflects on the sacrifices that have been made.

We have a special report on how criminals’ cash will be used for the good of the community.

Hear how families in the area have been driven to hardship.

A convicted fraudster has been told he must pay back more than £600,000 of his ill-gotten gains.

And in Headlines, Jonny Mitchell writes about the inspirational Jane Tomlinson.

In sport, we have the lowdown and ticket details Dewsbury Rams fans need after they were drawn at home to Super League champions Wigan Warriors in the Challenge Cup.

Dewsbury thrashed amateurs West Hull to book a date with Wigan and we have all the action and reaction from last Sunday’s match, along with a preview of this week’s trip to Sheffield Eagles.


Find out how to show your mum how you care with a Mother’s Day message in the paper.

And win an iPad Air.

All this and much more in this week’s Mirfield Reporter, out tomorrow.