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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (April 16, 2008)

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'I saw my boy killed by speedboat'. 305
'ROBINS' AT THE UNI'S CLUB! The use of bows and arrows goes back to the Stone Age. But Huddersfield University Archery Club has brought it up to date. University sports historian PETER DAVIES tells the story of the club, which was formed by three students just last year. 846
800 jobs axed as JJB Sports shuts stores. 264
Airline broke ad rules. 152
Anti-cancer mushroom explained. 228
Backing for Barry's view; On the web. 302
Ball-goers will dress in pink. 83
Bank set to intervene. 138
Battye holds nerve to take Valley crown. 390
BIG SPEND TO AID ANTI-DRINK FIGHT; Health chiefs unveil pounds 7m plan to tackle binge-drinking. 313
CHESS: Blundering his way along to a totally unnecessary defeat. 209
Chrysalis snubs offer. 123
Computer images are linked to terror attack; Defendants deny bombs plan claim. 395
Contingency funding. 117
Couple killed on rail track named. 278
Couple's sewage horror. 211
Cricket: Aussie Gara spearheads Bower's bid; THE Drakes League cricket season gets under way on Saturday in three new-look sections. Here, cricket writer DAVID LOCKWOOD takes a look at prospects in the Frank Platt Conference. 1015
Curse of drinking; COMMENT. 227
Decision expected on plan. 87
Don't be vague ask Hague. 133
Economic gloom on US agenda. 132
ELECTION PLEDGES; We will help the elderly say Labour. 314
Enterprising teenagers. 238
Expats appeal. 104
Eyes right! COMMENT. 142
Family Finance. 538
Fight back call in phone cash battle. 466
Fitness leaders wanted. 114
FOOTBALL'S FRONTLINE; Last night's Town match against Leeds United was the biggest one the police have had to deal with at the Galpharm Stadium this season. ANDREW HIRST was allowed exclusive behind-the-scenes access to see the police plan in action KEEPING THE PEACE AT LAST NIGHT'S BIG DERBY 10 arrests and 37 thrown out, but it was still a 'quiet' night! 1216
Football: Handy Andy's winner sends fans berserk! GALPHARM: TOWN 1 LEEDS 0. 1220
Football: Holds worth happy to upset the locals. 202
Football: No chance for Leeds: Cramer. 346
Football: That one's for you! TOWN 1 LEEDS 0 THE MATCH IN WORDS. 470
Football: Town will have centenary ball! 136
Get out and vote adverts. 191
Golf: Portugal chance put on extension. 553
Green for go at the lights. 206
Greens all out to net new support. 494
Hole big birthday for Polo. 171
How telescopic sight has changed my life; Gerald benefits from pioneering treatment. 513
I won my 10 year battle with eczema; Family health Childhood eczema can be extremely distressing for both sufferers and their parents. Andrea Walker has watched all three of her children develop the condition and was at her wit's end until she found the solution to their problem in a herbal cream developed by a Holmfirth-based company. HILARIE STELFOX reports. 950
It's the spirit of the age. 140
Lesley's snapshot of the Kurdish condition. 384
Letter: Confidence is lacking. 135
Letter: How can this be the case? 275
Letter: Mailbag - Banks and Government incompetent. Letter to the editor 255
Letter: Mailbag - Big problem for the future. Letter to the editor 155
Letter: Mailbag - Chemicals in food. Letter to the editor 118
Letter: Mailbag - Composters, beware of rats! Letter to the editor 90
Letter: Mailbag - Gordon Brown's profligate record. Letter to the editor 370
Letter: Mailbag - Is there an embolism group? Letter to the editor 127
Letter: Mailbag - We were right about where to build the new school for Moldgreen. Letter to the editor 306
Letter: Were we at different games? 175
Moldgreen pay price. 189
Mole Man has to dig deep. 85
New plans to help start Elland revival; Scheme aims to attract regeneration funding. 246
No scrutiny of leisure bosses; Call for new inquiry denied. 518
Noisy music neighbour prosecuted. 320
Now, as Silvio was saying . . . 363
On this day. 141
Paper talk; What's making the news in the nationals. 271
Pet rescue. 169
Pick of the day. 179
PICK OF THE DAY; Live ATP Tennis (British Eurosport, 2.00pm). 112
Planners told to reject garden centre bid. 234
Police: Migrant crime wave is a myth. 236
pounds 100,000 is a lot to loos. 121
Remploy sign new agreement. 229
Rhys pub murder: 12 held. 213
Richard and Hannah's new life in Czech countryside such a change; Former Colne Valley couple now providing farmhouse-based holidays. 937
Rugby Union: Giants duo may be given extra time to recover. 114
Rugby Union: I'M ECSTATIC! Hoyle savours win over Leeds. 409
Rugby Union: THE CHAMPIONS! Slaithwaite's treble dream is still alive. 288
Rugby Union: Underbank doing it tough at start. 327
Rugby Union: We can slay Super Giants! 434
Rugby Union: We're happy to be patient. 531
School damage shown to MP. 260
Schools look abroad. 209
Search under way for teen tycoons; Enter contest call to Kirklees students. 270
Shannon's mum faces court via video. 175
So full of beans at Meltham! Firm's expresso delivery. 423
Southwell leads Moor rout. 108
Spending cuts hit Britain. 214
Sports sessions for kids. 140
Teacher completes 14 peaks. 149
That really was a proper interview. 675
The prison tragedy of Petra, just 19; Campaigners regard it as a scandal that the female prison population has almost doubled to 4,447 - and that rates of self-harm in prison have rocketed in the last five years. ANDREW BALDWIN reports on moves to press for the use of alternatives to prison for women who break the law. 784
They say; On the web. 173
Timmus and Smokey are both after homes; Family and other creatures. 277
Toast to pub's cider success. 205
Town earn stripes; New centenary kit revealed after supporters' poll. 289
Transformation for weekend of cultures; New name for annual events. 336
Vigilance urged on emails. 207
WHAT A RESULT! Just 10 arrests at fiery derby. 170
Yorks is bucking market. 225

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