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1 Sudders has a fortnight left to live BATTLING Examiner reporter Adrian Sudbury has been told by doctors he has around two weeks to live.

Brave Adrian, 27, is fighting against leukaemia and his struggle, told on and his own blog, has captured the hearts and minds of thousands of people around the world.

2 Dodgy lodger Beaumont back in line of fire.

ALAN BEAUMONT, who left a string of unpaid bills behind him for flats and houses he rented, is under fire again.

This time from a log cabin company who say that he is using their name without permission and also from a family who bought a cabin from him - which has been beset with problems.

3 Landlords beaten by girl gang after last-orders bust up THE landlord and lady of the Armitage Arms in Milnsbridge were set upon by a gang of girls after they refused to serve them more booze after hours.

4 Shopkeepers say raiders won't make him quit DEFIANT shopkeeper Santokh Lal insists he will battle on despite a fifth armed robbery in a year.

Mr Lal was threatened at knifepoint by two masked men who said they would kill him in the latest of a string of raids on SK News on Newsome Road in Stile Common. It was nearly a year to the day since the 52-year-old chased off two gunmen who tried to force him to hand over cash.

5 Desperate mum cradled son and prayed after Bradford Road motorbike crash A MUM described how she comforted her son as he lay seriously injured on a busy road in Huddersfield. Fasil Iqbal, 24, from Fartown, was badly hurt when he was in collision with a motorcycle on Bradford Road last Wednesday.
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Title Annotation:Features
Publication:Huddersfield Daily Examiner (Huddersfield, England)
Date:Aug 1, 2008
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