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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (August 30, 2008)

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'Extend new jab to boys'. 189
'The linchpin' Mike steps down from leading role; COLNE VALLEY. 193
'The worst vandalism this year'. 301
A BIG POINT! Your Examiner is always points ahead Snitch ready to move on after three great years. 483
A weekend feast of brass; Brighouse/Rastrick. 135
Almondbury street attack; Crimewatch. 486
Athletics: A lucky 13 as veterans are out in force; Grand Prix series. 323
Athletics: Harrier Watson is master of Chase; Results from Meltham AC's Cinnamon Lodge Chase 6. 662
Athletics: Tom set for county title glory. 96
Boxing rings up pounds 2,500 for young sportspeople. 253
CLOSE RACE FOR GLORY! Fraine gaining a new lease of life with replacement role for injured Greaves Experience telling as Honley chase piece of history. 923
Council team targets poisonous weeds. 313
Councillor calls for speed cameras; Deaths on roads raise concerns. 356
Councils may get help to ease housing crisis. 242
Cricket: Dyson's seven is heaven for Dalers; Promotion chasers stunned. 710
Cricket: Holmfirth claim second successive six-point boost. 135
Cricket: No worries as Hirst cuts loose. 375
Cricket: Shepley make the switch and reward Ray for his hard work. 281
Cycling: Bikers take it Easy as new rides season gets started. 190
Diamond day for golfing couple. 246
Divorce rate is falling. 198
DRUGS HAUL! pounds 1/2m of cannabis seized. 390
Dutch 'masters' on show in town; Del Monte collection in Huddersfield NOSTALGIA Into the archives ..1951. 860
Evacuation plan as hurricane sweeps in. 175
Expect delays on M62. 124
Fifty for Fun. 1016
Final reprise? 248
Former chart toppers to kick off big jazz festival; Star line-up for weekend COLNE VALLEY. 386
Forty years of competitive music. 167
Freddie stars as England take control. 300
GARDENING: Keats had it exactly right with mists and mellow fruitfulness. 659
Get switched on and beat the burglars; Crimewatch. 457
Going for Gold; Poet's corner. 118
Hanson for Howley Hall. 265
Having a crack at doing the HACK. 612
Health centre sell-out; Villagers angry about 'broken promises'. 711
Health chiefs plan their pounds 6m move; But parking problems remain. 458
Holding torch for Paralympics. 108
Holme Valley Planning Decisions. 223
Honley's chance to end long wait for our clubs. 95
Huddersfield District Planning Decisions. 259
I DIDN'T KILL THEM SAYS STEVE WRIGHT; The real murderer is still out there he writes to paper. 433
I'd be happy stuck talking to Barack; KESHIA KNIGHT PULLIAM 5 MIN INTERVIEW. 495
Is everybody happy? I said, is . . . 168
Island cop fired. 89
IT'S A RECORD! Delight with super DNA model. 276
Juniors do battle. 85
Just try smoky ices! 151
Lack of plums in garden has left me glum. 233
Ladies' Night for charity. 110
Life in the slow lane; WALKS & RIDES Around Norland Moor Time 2 to 3 hours. 893
Local briefs: Grants plan comes on line. 105
Local briefs: Nature at night. 80
Locals have say in Ryder Cup debate. 978
Main attractions lined up for the village hall; Male voice choir opens autumn series. 423
Man held over PM 'threat'. 169
Man in blast tragedy. 200
Marshalls war on spending. 147
Massive success of 'aspirational' club; CRICKET HISTORIES: Skelmanthorpe - the seventh in our third series. 460
Mill conversion gets all clear despite objections; Appeal overrules local councillors' rejection. 545
MLEY. 103
MURDER FAMILY'S TORMENT; Daughters want to clear dad of 1952 police killings. 120
Mystery folk. 83
New high-powered series set for kick-off. 217
News and views from your district. 1295
News and views from your district. 1468
Newton backs old coach Ternent. 332
No sleep for worried workers. 95
NOSTALGIA: New-look Heath club to the fore. 159
NOSTALGIA: The solution to our choral conundrum. 256
Notebook: Best of the Bunch Ornamental docks. 494
Notebook: Do it this week . . . 244
Oak pay penalty? 138
Oh, what a special night! 311
One in three pubs and off-licences fails test; Police reveal Huddersfield under-age drink figure shock. 570
Paramount performers; Penistone. 115
Pick of the day. 132
Plea to put right 'travesty' Daughters of man hanged for the murder of two policemen bid to clear his name. 161
PLENTY TO COME: FLYNN; Ten-goal target for Galpharm new boy. 733
Police alert as burglars strike across the valley; Crimewatch. 409
Police help to design low-crime buildings; Architectural support for security. 341
Police seize and crush four mini-motorbikes; Valley youngsters paying high price. 197
pounds 1,000 gives Sudders appeal a kick-start; Cash to be split between cancer charities. 320
pounds 2m scheme to aid health; Cooks part of wellbeing plan. 290
pounds 40,000 excavator stolen. 106
Promoted duo are already planning. 438
Rana strikes to lift the Tykes. 253
Rare birds are booming this year. 242
Reformer joins race for the White House; McCain's partner is Alaskan governor. 328
Report's 'lenient' verdicts. 246
Rugby League: Entertaining All Blacks go on the attack; Meltham involved in high-scoring crackers. 301
Rugby League: Panthers' skill is decisive in double boost; Newsome edge out brave opposition. 207
Rugby Union: A GIANT SIGNING! Brown hails capture of top star Carney. 538
Scholes Premier class; Promotion at first time of asking for Chapelgate club. 528
See how families spread. 207
Sharpe can be top No8 says coach Sowerby. 193
Shooters Lodge theory. 235
Sir Garry hits out, amid much gnashing of teeth by Glamorgan. 695
Some more memories of Marsden; The Changing Face of a village on the move COLNE VALLEY. 458
Spotlight on lung disease. Conference notes 215
Stan earns debut and helps clinch point tonic; CAUGHT IN TIME Town news from '68. 469
Steep rise in power prices. 145
Sunday: Pick of the day. 144
The Dalton circular route to creativity; Community get together to design new centre. 297
The daughters' own story; Daughters of man hanged for the murder of two policemen bid to clear his name. 929
THE Giants have secured. 202
The Huddersfield Daily Examiner Comment: Problems on plots. 84
The Huddersfield Daily Examiner Comment: Win gold for skills. 281
The power of the shoulder pad... REWIND Proof telly isn't as good as it was Dynasty (BBC 1981-1989). 450
They Said What? 210
Time for Music in the Park; All friends together in concert. 380
TRAVEL: Don't be fooled about the Cotswolds; Hoburne COTSWOLD. 709
TRAVEL: Enjoy the best of both worlds; As the credit crunch means more families are holidaying in the UK two of our writers sample UK breaks. Here JANE YELLAND takes in the delights of a North Devon holiday park and on the facing page the Ettiennes venture into the Cotswolds. 852
Trophy byes provide free week to prepare. 193
Tykes blast poor service. 190
UP FOR THE CUP! Hopton and Thongsbridge prepare for head-to-head. 244
Walking the line and going back to future; Join the volunteers on historic journey. 472
Walsh takes Mixed Singles title. 211
Water workers raise pounds 300,000; Fantastic effort will help to save lives in Africa. 415
WE WANT TRUTH ABOUT OUR DAD; Daughters of man hanged for the murder of two policemen bid to clear his name. 438
We're winners, but need new members! 323
Woman cut herself to death. 143
World briefs: Lucky escape for NZ couple. 96
Young Isabella show stopper; Emley Show 2008 HUDDERSFIELD DISTRICT. 133
Your say: MAILBAG - Background information on Beatles' first chart-topper. 147
Your say: MAILBAG - Buyer beware . . . 112
Your say: MAILBAG - dog fun day. 337
Your say: MAILBAG - Numbers one and two! 109
Your say: MAILBAG - Still some problems. 131
Your say: MAILBAG - The Olympics? Bah! 221
Your say: MAILBAG - The park and the disabled. 120
Your say: MAILBAG - They seem the same. 111
Your say: MAILBAG - They were brilliant, anyway! 155
Your say: MAILBAG - Well done our team. 202
Your say: MAILBAG - Working hard. 138

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