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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (June 23, 2012)

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'PM not aware of move'. 177
'Rogue' tenants held in dawn council raids. 371
300 jobs in jeopardy as work goes to Spain. 125
5 mins with ... Armando Iannucci A comedy world leader; Armando Iannucci is making waves in the States with his new political comedy Veep. The satirical Scotsman chats to Kate Whiting about the show's success so far ... 1056
999 call times on track. 192
A holiday to remember; It's the greatest event of the family calendar, so be adventurous and pick a less ordinary holiday destination this year ... Calendar 1309
Air India jet crashes killing 329; on this day June 23, 1985. 639
Albums. 194
All the tribulations of being self-employed. 782
Annual Art Week comes to town. 461
ATTRIBUTES TO SAVOUR! New boy Scannell caught eye early. 570
Books. 333
Born at start of the race to London 2012; 'Olympics Promise' kids are back in the spotlight. 388
Brown looks to his senior servants. 306
Canny consumers put pressure on retailers. 130
Cathedral run call answered by 3 Rs. 284
Celebrity HOT Gossip. 305
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 151
COSTUME DRAMAS; Everyone wants to make a splash with figure-flattering swimwear. LISA HAYNES presents her guide to finding the perfect pieces to suit your body shape ... 633
Country inn gets new look. 382
Crowd funding for Laura campaign. 255
Cup-tie prices are cut. 411
Davies looks to build. 207
Dawood at right royal knees-up. 270
Dutch ace eyes Toon. 157
Earning a million by age of 50. 149
England captaincy has brought best out of super Stevie. 515
EYE OF THE STORM; 46 UK flood alerts .. 13 in Huddersfield. 214
Fairtrade boost for valley. 161
Family firm moving onwards as Yorkshire's number one. 426
Fifty for Fun. 904
Final work on pounds 7.5m college study centre; Big hopes for engineers of the future. 412
First service for opticians' group. 136
Fitting tribute. 173
Four questioned over soldiers row on. 299
Germans too good. 109
Give your home a new look inside and out. 424
Gone but not forgotten ... by PETER DAVIES; Honley Wesleyan CC. 350
Good enough to eat ... Pest watch on vegetables. 185
GROUP UNVEILS pounds 10m FACTORY INVESTMENT; Boss makes call for more housebuilding. 521
HANDY DRAW; Meltham group are well placed. 930
Head start; Comment The policy of honesty. The might of right. The expediency of principle. 169
Headingley ODI clash is a washout. 229
Healthy eating for mums to be; Gaining too much weight during pregnancy can be bad for mum and baby, but Annabel Karmel tells LISA SALMON how the recipes in her new book will help mums-to-be eat healthily without piling on the pounds. 1278
Heart of community hit by pounds 17,000 cut in grants aid. 190
Holt puts his future on hold. 219
HOME HELP PRAISED FOR CARE; Successful team in demand. 501
Ideas to kick-start a town mini-boom; MAILBAG. 481
Illegal immigrant under coach. 217
In-form Panthers pounce. 266
Is being boring key to victory? 465
Let the music play on. 113
Long arm of the law for Lennie. 373
Mark's planning for Tour. 191
Massa aims to outdo Alonso. 450
MELTHAM MISERY; Builders accused over noise, rudeness and speeding. 694
Missing woman concerns. 112
MOLDGREEN CUP GLORY; Under 14s claim prize in style. 347
Morris enjoys debut. 339
Much to admire; MAILBAG. 230
My life on the buses stopped before it started. 365
NatWest Bank chaos set to go on. 217
Not the solution; MAILBAG. 443
Notebook. 116
Olympic sports for patients. 143
On this day. 112
One to watch. 618
PALACE SWOOP; Striker Sean is first summer signing. 266
Park's strong run continues. 504
Project with a heart. 179
RAIN, RAIN GO AWAY; Deluge forces shows and galas to be called off - and forecasters warn it isn't over yet. 1354
Raising a smile while celebrating the dead. 562
Raising money in memory of Lisa. 348
Rangers back with a bang. 255
Ratings blow for banks. 228
Recovering at home; Comment The policy of honesty. The might of right. The expediency of principle. 267
Register to vote call. 121
ROSE NEEDS TO BLOSSOM; Bid is on to resurrect competition. 1032
Royal handshake will be in private; Sinn Fein leader to meet Queen. 338
Scots ban boozing on trains. 139
Secret report on centre. 171
Shepley book semis place. 438
Singles. 112
SMITHY ON THE WARDS; He''s pounded pavements as a bobby, stalked school corridors as a teacher. Now Alex Walkinshaw is walking the wards of Casualty - and things are scrubbing up well, as SUSAN GRIFFIN discovers. 643
Soapwatch. 402
Staff told me they're working for nothing; The money has run out - claim. 660
Staffing levels; MAILBAG. 171
Support for plain cig packs. 210
Supporting act. 132
Suspected thugs arrested in dawn raids. 196
Swann signs new county contract. 155
Swansea deny bid for Emnes. 371
Talking my the way through the Euro Championships. 360
The 6 best ... Barbecues; Summer is well and truly on its way, so it''s time to dust down the BBQ. If last year''s grill looks a little worse for wear after a winter in hibernation, check out these sizzling new offerings. 490
The company, and the careers, behind Digital Britain. 504
The Hamilton legacy lives on; HANNAH STEPHENSON visits Barnsdale, a collection of 38 gardens created by BBC Gardeners'' World iconic presenter Geoff Hamilton, and talks to his son Nick about his late father''s legacy. 676
They Said What? 246
Three year ban for play-off flare fans. 542
Tough for Murray. 608
Training to spot rabies. 188
Trials to pick new stars for Sports Academy. 352
Tributes to six blaze-death children. 222
UKCoal in pounds 20m deal to sell methane arm. 114
Valley ticket prices. 208
Vandals strike at Marsh Lane. 194
WINNING IS GIANT AIM! Check out our Giants v Broncos match reaction in Monday's Examiner Lee knows results hold key to future. 1460
Youngsters cooking up five-star cuisine; Mount Pleasant pupils in charge of school dinners. 354

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