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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (August 8, 2009)

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Title Author Type Words
'Picking this team has been a tough call'. 410
'We will never get over losing Christy'. 670
5 years for drug offences. 168
A breath of fresh air in a place to savour. 597
A fantastic finish puts Harriers on track for move up; Highest ever placing as athletes defy pundits. 1194
A trip chocolate bliss. 598
A tune for more than 6,000 paintings a week. 230
Action stations; Safety work starts at the crossroads. 137
Alarm and staff scare off burglars; Crimewatch TURNING the spotlight on crime in the Holme Valley. The column is compiled with the co-operation of Neighbourhood Watch Liaison:. Column 428
All the signs are looking so positive. 431
Antisocial hot spot focus on Holmfirth 'rec'. 184
Appeal to protect foods from regions. 141
Arsenal date for Celtic. 221
Birthing centres hailed a success. 340
Brad builds up to hit a Pinnacle! 645
Broadbents seek big move to single site. 496
Cafe and two garden centres flourish in regional contest. 197
Chance to have a say on Huddersfield rail services. 211
Close battle for Clayton bowls crown; Good woods in final - but champion Jean has it taped. 267
COMING UP. 291
Crossing in legendary footsteps of Beatles. 189
Cup action soon in the spotlight. 176
Deighton's extra special success! MEL BOOTH bids farewell to big event. 387
Driver badly hurt in crash; Local briefs. 91
Duo make their mark. 184
Embrace the ribbons; Rock band launch new campaign. 346
England refuse to make their excuses. 520
Ethical fashion on show. 273
Ettiennes in the Warm Zone this winter. 500
FAZ ROLE IS SO VITAL! Ex-England coach enjoys latest challenge at Town. 971
Fifty for Fun. 1105
Final appearance is long overdue for Golcar fans. 852
Former neighbours celebrate. 147
Fun day support at pub. 113
Fundraiser a success. 115
Garden party for couple. 186
Generation games at gymkhana; Family fortunes for Holmes. 587
Gibbons proves adept at collecting profits. 127
GLOOMY OUTLOOK PUTS RBS SHARES IN A SPIN. 376
GOING FOR WIN No15! Robinson can lead Elland to another record. 763
Golcar pumped up for cup final showdown. 219
Greatest gift of all. 273
Group bids fond farewell to trio of dedicated members. 270
Guilty verdict in Mr Sparkles fraud case. 240
Happy Birthday; Young Readers' Club. 93
HELPING OTHERS ... EVEN IN DEATH; Crash teen Christy's organ donations. 134
High standard in Trophy final. 417
Husband admits poison charge. 124
I OWE IT TO NAT! Being a Saint is the last thing on Moore's mind. 374
INSIDE. 162
Insurance giant ends losing streak at last. 119
It's a new ball game; Football, not cricket, in Primrose Hill's historic arena. 537
Keep your hair on with whisky. 153
Keeper slot poses a problem. 220
Keeping it green; MAILBAG. 126
Keith is top dog at Barn. 121
Lauda: 'Just an experiment'. 263
Les had an ear for pitch-perfect gags; Proof telly isn't as good as it was REWIND. 542
Let's hope my tries can take us all the way! 457
Light at the end of the tunnel for wet days. 816
Love blossomed at youth club. 178
Massive PB for Andrew the Ironman. 413
May the force of nature be with you. 720
New and views from your district. 828
New sponsor for stand at stadium; Britannia Rescue replaces Antich name. 339
News and views from your district. 531
News and views from your district. 1224
No more excuses for littering on the outfield. 197
No pressure. 130
Notebook. 593
Nuisance pub to be closed by ASBO law; Council to use act for first time to close noisy Swan. 625
Order of the boot fails to spoil opening day party; CAUGHT IN TIME Forty years on, relive Town's memorable 1969-70 campaign. 504
Parkes life! 658
Pick of the day. 142
Pick of the day. 125
Police dog sniffs out theft suspect; Crimewatch TURNING the spotlight on crime in the Colne Valley. The column is compiled with the co-operation of Neighbourhood Watch Liaison:. Column 438
Police drugs charges. 126
Police for athletics. 91
Posh lookalike 'clue'. 116
Proud of my great county; Poet's corner. 198
Pubs and boutique breweries. 86
Rain fails to dampen the spirits; Around 9,000 flock to the 91st annual Emley Show. 577
Read all about it... 105
Rearguard action ends with run out. 644
Road closed after smash. 101
Robbers snatch pounds 2.6m from Royal Mail train. 831
Running up that hill...for charity. 179
Schools nonsense; MAILBAG. 332
Scrap metal raiders strike at Waterloo. 464
Sensational 'Swaine stun Chapelgaters; Chadburn batting hero in stunning turn around. 809
Soggy summer boosts sales for John Lewis. 135
Sovereign safety; MAILBAG. 278
Speed limits reduced as safety roadworks start. 556
Sports stores probe. 254
Taliban terror chief killed by US strike; Moves to replace most wanted man. 333
Talk up our heritage. 135
The birdwoman and her fling with Mr Robin. 581
The case of the shrinking sheep. 285
Theatre casts around. 139
They Said What? 227
Time to say goodbye Co-op, hello Tesco? MAILBAG. 196
Time to start shopping for new term essentials. 249
Toilet breaks; World briefs. 89
Town history to be honoured for ever; Plan for heritage trail and blue plaque scheme. 523
Town's Hoyle in tumble. 202
True history of Hill. 268
UK's first floating eco centre planned. 460
Uni in 999 drama; But fire is a fake as crews test themselves in roleplay. 302
UNIVERSITY IN OIL PLAN; Global project links with India. 210
Valley hospital to be given revamp; Health services brought back into the community. 379
Walkers scale Castle Hill to celebrate Yorkshire Day. 600
We're in top shape to live our Cup final dream; Countdown to the semis ... NATHAN BROWN knows his side is ready to play! 760
Wheeler's flying Scott-sman; C ycling. 269
Woodland project; 10 Villages. 117
Woodsome could hold the key. 510
Your Stars With Claire Petulengro. 563

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