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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (December 29, 2008)

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'It feels as if vandals have done this to Tony's grave'. 438
'Yule regret drugs'. 210
10 pairs of movie tickets up for grabs; ODEON FANATICAL ABOUT FILM movies. 155
A REVIVAL TIME FOR ROUNDERS; Village team joins league. 860
Albums. 218
And so to bed... movies BEDTIME STORIES (PG, 99 MINS) 5/10. 305
Barry's backing for new scheme. 160
Beating illness caused at work; Specialist team of helpers. 451
Being busy is best for Baddeley. 355
Benefit events at the double. 142
Better to say no to the Yes Man; movies YES MAN (12A, 104 MINS) 4/10. 288
Bishops' 'morals' outburst. 108
Boar to bore! 158
Britain's workers just want to stay put. 203
Builders urged to go after orders worth pounds 300bn. 154
Call for pay rise delay. 171
Cash for crime-fighters. 212
Church to close doors due to cost of upkeep. 576
Company's card contest brings festive cheer. 114
Course gets a move on. 216
Cyclists badly injured. 98
Debate on plans for hospital. 113
Dinner 'thanks' to couple. 119
Don't forget Seve. 136
Drive to slash toll of deaths on the farm; Agricultural work remains dangerous. 330
Duminy's ton leads fightback. 208
Estate plans backed. 251
FAMILY UPSET AT STATE OF GRAVE; Cemetery visit ruined as plot is covered up. 134
Field take honours in tight derby duel. 491
Firms to get free advice. 175
Getting rid of gifts! 163
Giants debuts for talented quartet. 273
GOALDEN GOODWIN; Roberts rolls home dramatic clincher but it's Jim who makes breakthrough. 1304
I liked the whole package: Clark. 419
It's the pub that cheers; As the number of pubs putting up the shutters continues to grow, ANDREW BALDWIN meets one landlady who took on a pub ... and sees a great future in the trade. 577
JIM'S GEE-UP; Goodwin tells jeering fans: You helped me. 247
Keeping peace over Cypriot Green Line; Damien sends a message to his family. 442
Learning in the new year. 200
Leicester and MK Dons still out in front. 295
Letter: ... and the unwanted results. 117
Letter: Down the plughole. 92
Letter: More Wine, please. 95
Letter: Parking problems. 307
Letter: Support is so welcome. 238
Letter: Tesco in Holmfirth ... 193
Letter: The right way ahead for the country as an election looms. 262
Local briefs: Fossil walk. 82
Local briefs: Standards high at University. 99
Miss Emma Louise. 104
Miss Katie Isabella. 99
Missing man in canal. 121
Months later the rubbish is still there; New look at town's eyesores. 627
More jobless gloom forecast for firms. 393
Murder charge after bottle killing. 210
New tribute to bomb's victims; M62 atrocity recalled after 35 years. 401
Newlyn can show an Art to winning ways. 278
No excuse for Fuller. 299
Nominations invited for care dignity awards. 186
Oil fire ruins holiday. 224
On this day. 126
People: Playgroup party at new centre. 117
People: Praise for record-breakers. 164
People: Presents for Paddock pupils. 129
People: Special visit by school choir. 112
People: Success for Sophie. 158
People: This Life; Ruth Dhanoya. 365
Phil far from happy. 207
Pick of the day. 140
PICK OF THE DAY; Live Football League (Sky Sports 1, 7.30pm). 105
Police target burglars. 265
Princess to visit project. 176
Rastrick make Mark to join county's elite. 332
Record sales at stores. 158
Retailer award for Morrisons. 150
Rob saves the day. 115
Sales rush starts at 5am to bag a bargain! Credit crunch prices tempt the crowds. 689
Singles. 117
Snapper about town; spotted out in association with PAPARAZZI. 207
Sporty times in village. 99
Stepping forward for road safety! It's great work helping children THEY'VE been a fixture on our roads for decades, but lollipop ladies are becoming an endangered species in many parts of Huddersfield. BARRY GIBSON speaks to two crossing patrols who have urged others to take up the job. 496
Stop bombings plea to Israel; Hundreds killed in Gaza Strip air strikes. 392
Suggestion that's not to be sneezed at! 280
Suitable wear for centenary. 149
Take That for a good year! 919
The Huddersfield Daily Examiner COMMENT: Clean up our act. 253
The Huddersfield Daily Examiner COMMENT: Jobs on offer. 102
The old ones can still raise a hearty chuckle. 120
Top five stories; On the web. 439
Villagers rally to help needy; Thousands of goodies sent. 234
Waiting game made me think of Piffy. 527
Watch progress on sports ground's new stand. 252
We know we can win Premiership! - Lee. 387
Weekend: Boxing Day fun runners help raise cash for charity. 140
Weekend: Charity workers bring a seasonal smile to those in need. 247
Weekend: Fans in the pink for a good footy cause. 109
Weekend: Lunch club's thanks to offenders. 203
Win comedy club tickets. 273
Wizard of Aus; movies AUSTRALIA (12A, 165 MINS) 9/10. 484
World briefs: Horses saved. 84

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