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Articles from Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England) (March 19, 2016)

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'BUS GATES' BLAMED FOR BIG TRAFFIC JAM. 226
15st We've lost; Couple are champion slimmers - thanks to plane seatbelts. 745
A case of hair today, gone tomorrow ... 197
A SPECIAL DAY FOR LEEDS FAN HUSBAND. 492
A testimonial is food for thought; THE LOWDOWN. 529
A train ticket to the top of Europe; GILL MARTIN takes a journey through history as a remarkable train celebrates its 120th anniversary. 1140
APRICOT, PECAN, RAISIN AND CHOCOLATE [...]. Recipe 156
Article stirs memories of steam trains and canes! Travel narrative 384
BB's Hair and Beauty Salon celebrates third birthday; ADVERTISING FEATURE HEALTH & BEAUTY The Holmfirth salon has a great range of new offers available in honour of their latest milestone. 474
Bid to plant 1,000 trees around Scammonden Reservoir. 317
Birkby's family-run specialist for all your timber needs; ADVERTISING FEATURE TIME FOR A CHANGE. 353
Birth control. 913
Campaign to stub out illegal cigs. 228
Campaigners take fight to body of health experts. 405
CANAL VICTIM NAMED; Body was 19-year-old. 269
Chancellor to consult with disability groups over cuts. 432
Child 'street' exploitation to be tackled; BRIEFLY. 134
Could one size fit all in the world of modelling? 528
DIY in a weekend. 345
Do Rome in a day [...]. 109
Donations dry up for school uniform charity. 422
Ex-BG Group finance chief answers the call from BT; Business. 356
Ex-building inspector sues council for PS100k damages. 220
Farm land to be sold for housing sites. 152
Fifty for fun; NEWS. 987
Flood gates to keep Ship out of water; Plan for new defences at Mirfield pub next to River Calder. 533
Funds opportunity for groups. 152
Giants and speculation is guaranteed to keep on running. 297
Green and clean; If you want to do your home improvements in an environmentally friendly way, JULIA GRAY has some ideas. 435
Grey's anatomy; Forget 50 shades... as its palette continues to grow, GABRIELLE FAGAN brushes up on how to go grey with grace and style. 540
Hinchcliffe targets a second win. 252
Hop on over for Easter family fun; Easter. 593
I breathed a sigh of reliewhen Ih I it 30; TV doctor Christian Jessen has explored many health problems on Channel Four's Embarrassing Bodies but has never revealed a family tragedy caused by multiple sclerosis. He tells GABRIELLE FG AGAN why he is inspirN ed to help sufferers fit for fame. 1191
I don't covet celebrity. I'm happy to be the best actor I can possibly be; Actor Daniel Mays is a workaholic intent on doing a good job and paying the bills. Although, as SUSAN GRIFFIN finds out, he did join Twitter so he can 'play the game' more. 1136
I helped invent modern comedy; As he publishes his second volume of autobiography, Alexei Sayle tells HANNAH STEPHENSON about starting the 1980s comedy revolution. 821
Inventive Persian flavours in the heart of Meltham; ADVERTISING FEATURE DINING OUT OF TOWN. 309
It happened today... MARCH 1957. 475
It's an ice surprise; 4x4 bad weather heroes get PS49k lottery cash. 371
It's easy to point nt the he finge ger er at people le in re reh ehab, but ut we shou ouldn't; Three political hot potatoes - immigration, child sexual exploitation and alcohol abuse - are explored in new Sky1 series Ross Kemp's Britain. Before the first documentary screens next week the presenter tells KEELEY BOLGER about dangerous jobs, challenging expectations and his return to Walford. 742
Lasting legacy of a dream to green up the valley. 534
latest titles. 251
LET'S BE MORE STREETWISE! 328
LISTEN TO IT IN A [...]. 139
Long journey times. 238
Lottery cash for community groups. 202
M62 junction to close for works. 152
MASTERMINDS. 451
MELTHAM TAKE ANOTHER STEP; HUDDERSFIELD DISTRICT LEAGUE. 826
Mixing ability with ambition. 119
MP slams waste of money. 149
Now that's a hole lot of trouble in store... 196
ON THE UP. 156
ON THIS DAY. 118
ONES TO WATCH ON THE BOX THIS WEEK. 614
POINTS. 298
Praise for social care services; BRIEFLY. 139
products of the week. 219
Quest trio are heading for Germany after medal haul; TAEKWONDO. 528
Quick cooking kids will love. 400
Quitting EU may hit trade. 316
raise a glass with Jane Clare. 634
Rebekah,11, takes Duchess on a tour. 306
Refurbishments are still breathing life into old pubs. 238
ROASTED VEGETABLE GALETTE (Serves 8) [...]. Recipe 282
Root inspires England to big success; CRICKET. 254
Sainsbury's gets clear run to acquire Home Retail Group. 170
Serbia serving up so many surprises; Celebrating a decade of independence, Serbia is shaping up to be a must-see destination for 2016, says FRANCES WRIGHT. 743
Smiler victims unhappy over return of ride. 446
surely and we are thriving Wagner is transforming this club slowly but. 322
Terrorism suspect captured. 233
Thanks for generosity. 141
There's more respect for older actors these days; From Abigail's Party to Gavin & Stacey, Alison Steadman has been a mainstay on British screens since the Seventies. As BBC sitcom Boomers returns for a second run, she talks to KEELEY BOLGER about approaching 70, roles for her age-group and cherishing every minute of life. 990
They have planted 500,000 trees [...]. 470
THEY SAY. 152
THREE ARRESTED AFTER WOMAN HURT IN CRASH; Several people including children freed from wreckage. 328
TO HUDDERSFIELD; Our area making the right moves. 345
TOP FILMS OF THE WEEK. 601
Tough tests await for City and Liverpool in Europe. 242
Turn to the dark side... GARDENS With Carol Klein of TV's Gardeners' World The wonder of woodlanders is they don't need sun to shine - or too much help. So take your pick and let them bring shadows to life. 813
TWEETS & POSTS. 326
Two extra floors closed at car park for repairs. 250
Unite to back campaign to remain in the EU. 217
WE SAY. 240
WE'VE GOT THE WINNING LINK. 649
Welcome over agreement for town meeting. 188
Wellington continue to conquer in the cup competitions. 583
Whatarelief!We'reallgoodsp rts. 357
Why Ken's my kind of guy. 324
Woman rescued after falling ill. 137
Work on your soil; diary. 318
YMCA put their perfect record on line in National Shield; RUGBY UNION. 182

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