In this week’s Mirfield Reporter, we lead on the latest evidence in the Josh Hirst murder trial, where one of the defendants has claimed to have only learned of his death on Facebook.
We reveal how the report into the family of kidnapped Shannon Matthews will not be made public.
A Mirfield monastery has applied for an alcohol licence as part of a £500,000 investment.
A firm which plans to move its base to Mirfield has announced mass redundancies.
Read how a community are rallying together to save their last landmark - a pub where until recently, beer was served by candlelight.
In sport, we look ahead to this weekend’s Dewsbury Rams match against Featherstone Rovers.
Plus, we have a clutch of White Rose Shopping Centre offers, including £10 off at the Body Shop.
All this and much more, in this week’s Reporter.