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In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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In this week’s Mirfield Reporter, a couple returned home to find their house ransacked and their beloved car stolen from their driveway.

This weekend will see the second Hobbits Hill races, find out all about it.

There are grand plans to transform the sports hall at Castle Hall Academy.

Find out which Mirfield pub will be hiring soon.

The Sam’s Wish to Walk Fund has it’s target in sight - find out just how they’ve raised so far.

Mirfield will have a taste of things to come when live music comes to town this week to raise money for M Fest.

Hospital campaigners shouted “murderers!” and chanted during a meeting of the board of the local health trust after a demonstration over the downgrading of services at Dewsbury and district hospital.

Meet the little girl battling Type One diabetes.

We report on the main changes in the penultimate budget before the general election next year.

And we say goodbye to three familiar faces from the Reporter Series, who have clocked up 60 years in local news between them.

In sport

Dewsbury Rams will aim to bounce back from two successive league defeats when they face Workington Town on Sunday.

Plus!

It’s the biggest social event of the year for most teenagers - and you could be the Belle of the ball. Find out how you could win a prom dress.

We’ve teamed up with Dewsbury Rams to give away free tickets for kids to this Sunday’s match.

Read your Mother’s Day messages.

And we’ve got a special pull out with everything you need to know about the Tour de France Grand Depart,

 

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