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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (October 26, 2012)

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'Unpleasant tone to disabled letters' Mailbag letters also appear online at www.examiner.co.uk/letters Mailbag. Letter to the editor 279
100 Light years of musical magic. 504
A FITTING TRIBUTE TO STAR OF THE STAGE; Friends reuniting for concert in memory of Jonathan. Obituary 429
A Major star in the making; Netherton shire horse in gangster drama. 532
Aggressive approach will pay. 341
Anna to the rescue; Gilbert and Sullivan. 211
Appeal to help 999 crews. 153
Art Circle looking to draw on inspiration. 251
Artist gets to the point over Patrick. 352
Attack accused. 115
Auction boost for church renovation. 115
AUTUMN'S RICH PALATE; Liquid news. 517
Avoiding confusion. 115
Baby Casey wears family history piece. 220
Best of British. 543
BLAZE RESCUE OF MUM AND BABY; Rastrick flat fire. 139
Bloomsbury is shaded out by rival publisher. 138
Booth set for Oval showdown. 347
Bowling For Soup storm the Picturedrome; REVIEWER: Fiona Mannifield. 348
Build a five-star hotel ... for bugs. 156
Butterflies key to helping patients; Hospitals praised for dementia care. 346
Caring butterflies. 183
Celebration event for black history. 184
Clarets mourn ace Connelly. 150
Corrections and clarifications. Correction notice 163
COURT IN BRIEF. 770
Dairy farmers' victory over 'smaller' mast. 224
Deputy to take up the reins - until November. 169
Designs on historic site; High school pupils to put a unique stamp on new-build housing. 371
Doggy passport 'abuse'. 106
Don't look past Kingsbarns. 197
Drinking case in 11th delay. 174
Drugs company chief discloses growth plan. 123
Duo handed chance. 357
Economy doubts despite figures; Osborne: 'Still a long way to go'. 324
Family attack charge. 134
Farsley next up in cup as Town Ladies live the High life! FOOTBALL: Linsell nets 11 times in two games. 463
Folk's radio hero gets his marching orders. 342
Fortune: I can see Ferdinands' frustration. 244
Free lessons pack. 169
Freedman eyes Prem. 354
Glitzy tributes are all the rage. 208
Golden wonder Ed at business event. 334
Goodbye to a British institution. 213
Grayson's side ranked as outsiders. 304
Halloween chiller; Music. 220
Halloween fun for kids at markets. 273
Haunting tales in town. 167
Highline extras. 279
I'LL DO IT MY WAY; Fantastic to have KP back: Cook. 413
Introducing Ello to the airwaves; Sound bites. 274
It pointed the way ahead; CLASSIC WHEELS. 340
IT'S POPPY POWER; Richard's team steps up to support forces. 476
Jones has been massive help: Jarvis. 460
LET'S TAME THE LIONS! THE BIG MATCH COUNTDOWN ... Millwall v Town (Tomorrow) Southern eyeing a return to 'sublime'. 772
Loafing about. 957
Lomas link with Burnley 'speculation'. 156
Lower insurance costs; MOTORS BRIEFS. 116
Lunt out to make a point. 224
Making a point over flu. 129
Man escapes jail after attack on mum. 258
Man gets life for killing son. 187
Man subjected to ordeal in raid at house. 162
More 'unhappy' with police, watchdog says. 469
Mother and baby boy rescued from fire; Woman is overcome by smoke. 348
Neaversons is in a class all of its own; EATING OUT The combined flavours of the rich pink meat enhanced by a liquorice jus hit the tastebuds. Pate, celeriac and red onion marmalade provided a range of exciting tastes which blended to produce another memorable venison dish. 747
No evidence against Croft. 165
No pressure, but he's the best. 511
Old Vauxhall hammered; MOTORS BRIEFS. 110
On the buses; Mailbag letters also appear online at www.examiner.co.uk/letters Mailbag. Letter to the editor 138
On the web. 404
On their bikes for HRI ward. 229
On this day. 164
OUR SEASON STARTS HERE; Programme offering hope as Field focus on defence. 558
Passions stirred to a crescendo. 460
Piano trio's touching concert tribute; Music. 218
Picnics? They're just a total piece of cake. 634
Picture of a fun show; Drama. 264
PICTURES? 176
Platooning just over horizon. 397
Police line! 117
Powerful start for Choral season. 707
Pride in your poppy. 201
Pride is a Factor; Brass. 304
PRISON FOR MAN WHO FILMED HIS HOUSE RAID. 438
PS1,000 diabetes thanks. 126
QUARRY COMPANY WINS PLEA FOR EXTRA TIME; Shepley minerals extension to go ahead. 338
Rainford goes out on loan. 208
Record sets up lead slot. 469
Relationships in turmoil on the small screen; DVDS. 269
Repairs damaging trade; Mailbag letters also appear online at www.examiner.co.uk/letters Mailbag. Letter to the editor 206
Reveal the cash made from parking charges. 219
Review of pub's licence after troubled night. 453
SANTANDER EARNINGS HIT BY FUNDING COSTS. 370
Savile one of most prolific sex fiends. 203
Scunthorpe trip for Emley. 148
Stepping in to help; Musical. 269
Stumble Inn Question time with Alan Jarvis; PUB OF THE WEEK. 238
SYKES SPARK IN TOP SHOW! Juniors impress as valley club get nine team medals from 10 sections. 807
Talking up Town; Mailbag letters also appear online at www.examiner.co.uk/letters Mailbag. Letter to the editor 191
The Big Yorkshire Breakfast. 332
There's more in store. 241
They say. 116
Three stars of the future take a major step. 241
Toyota recalling 138,000 cars over window switch. 197
Transforming power of dance. 568
Tune in to the new law for live music. 280
TV CHOICE. 273
Two boots coupe. 664
Underbank hunt home Cup glory. 616
Walsh is setting high bar. 318
Walshaw leading way as eager Holmfirth teams catch the eye. 432
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WE'LL GET OUR ACT TOGETHER; Smithies pledge for Town trip. 304
We're going backwards in Europe. 353
We're jammin'. 548
We've got to be sensible on selection. 411
Welcome home; Folk. 367
When mobile characters had it licked. 552
Window smashed in row. 216
Woman beaten by nuns urges victims to speak. 522

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