In this week’s Mirfield Reporter

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A mother has told of her heartbreak after returning from Egypt without her son, who was snatched by his dad.

A court has ruled Aisha Qureshi’s two-year-old son Omar has been “wrongfully retained” abroad after Abdelaziz Antar tricked Ms Qureshi into visiting Egypt last November. She speaks exclusively to the Reporter.

We have a two-page special report on life on London Park Estate.

A decision could soon be made on Mirfield’s Gilder Hall community centre.

Find out what Mirfield Royal British Legion have planned for this year’s Poppy Appeal - and the hunt is on to find a nameplate belonging ton Mirfield’s World War Two warship.

What a whopper! Staff at Dewsbury Hospital had an extra large bundle of joy on their hands when they delivered Finley Hensby - all 12lbs 14oz of him!

200 jobs could at in Kirklees Council.

Three buildings could close as part of £20m revamp plans for Dewsbury Hospital - we have a two-page special report.

We say a tearful farewell to Educating Yorkshire, and meet its last inspiring star, Mushy.

Britain’s and Ireland’s Next Top Model stars Saffron and Emma will be judging our Face of 2014 competition - check out the latest entries.

Meet Snoopy the hedgehog, who was brought back from the brink after being found in a Mifield garden.

In sport

Find out the latest news on the Burgess brothers as they are back from Australia for the rugby league world cup - and back in Dewsbury Moor.


Win the chance to live like a VIP in Paris.

All this and much more, in your Mirfield Reporter, out Friday.