In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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The owner of a textile firm died after he was dragged into machinery while removing debris with a metal bar, an inquest heard.

Nasir Hussain, of Ravensthorpe, suffered fatal injuries after attempting to remove a blockage while the machine was still running.

Frontline services are at risk as Kirklees Council faces tens of millions of pounds in spending cuts.

We reveal the results of our first High Street Health Check survey on Mirfield’s town centre shops.

A Mirfield church has been added to English heritage’s At Risk Register - but it’s not necessarily a bad thing.

Developers who hope to create 900 new jobs by building on Mirfield Moor have been given more time to start work.

We have the latest of the LDF.

A Mirfield town councillor branded developers ‘Vikings’ during discussions at the council’s meeting on Tuesday.

We take a behind the scenes tour of Fox’s Biscuits factory.

Controversial shake-up plans of hospital services have been referred to the Secretary of State for Health.

The owner of a multi-million pound scrap metal firm in Ravensthorpe has admitted his guilt after he was set up in a police sting targeting metal theft.

In sport

Dewsbury Rams chairman Mark Sawyer has expressed his disappointment that a crucial meeting regarding the future of rugby league has been postponed.


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