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How this Huddersfield boxing club is fighting knife crime in the town

How this Huddersfield boxing club is fighting knife crime in the town

  by Will Ford “Most boxing clubs out there want to make boxing champions but I want to make community champions.” That’s what Mark Reynolds, Rawthorpe Amateur Boxing Club (RABC) founder and owner, wants to achieve with his club. RABC is a community hub that provides high quality coaching with a focus on developing the life skills of young people. […]

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Meet Nina Hossain, the Yorkshire-born journalist with an endless CV

Meet Nina Hossain, the Yorkshire-born journalist with an endless CV

By Charlotte Lascelles Huddersfield-born Nina Hossain will be amongst various industry speakers at Leeds Trinity University’s Journalism and Media Week. Now in its tenth year, Journalism Week has seen its fair share of interesting people and this year will be no exception. From One Show editor, Sandy Smith, to former Tory politician turned prison chaplain, Jonathon Aitken, speakers will be […]

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Wagner optimistic Terriers can find scoring boots on the road again

Wagner optimistic Terriers can find scoring boots on the road again

By Kane Styles David Wagner will take charge of The Terriers for the 100th time when his side travel to the Vitality Stadium to face Bournemouth on Saturday. Both sides will be coming into the game off the back of 1-0 victories. Eddie Howe’s side secured three points at Newcastle courtesy of an injury-time winner from defender Steve Cook, in […]

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Harry Potter, witch balls and a ghost hound brought to life in magical exhibition in Huddersfield

Harry Potter, witch balls and a ghost hound brought to life in magical exhibition in Huddersfield

By Tania Jacquier A MAGICAL new exhibition has come to Huddersfield Library to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the first Harry Potter book. 

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Police seek murder witnesses in Huddersfield

Police seek murder witnesses in Huddersfield

By Tania Jacquier A NIGHT-TIME OPERATION to find witnesses to a murder in Huddersfield town centre was held this weekend.

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Yorkshire Voice Show 2/4/17

Yorkshire Voice Show 2/4/17

On today’s news – Arriva train strike, shoring up York’s medieval city walls, and the dangers of adder bites for dogs.

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Yorkshire Voice 26/04/17 lunchtime bulletin

Yorkshire Voice 26/04/17 lunchtime bulletin

The latest news in brief from the Yorkshire Voice news team.

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Leeds Rhinos prepare to face Huddersfield Giants in Yorkshire derby

Leeds Rhinos prepare to face Huddersfield Giants in Yorkshire derby

By Cameron Hogwood The John Smith’s Stadium will play stage to a highly-anticipated Super League meeting between the Huddersfield Giants and the Leeds Rhinos in what promises to be a fiery Yorkshire derby. Leeds will be boosted by the return of back rower Jamie Jones-Buchanan following his three-match spell out of action. The Rhinos currently sit in fourth place in […]

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David Wagner’s return looks to secure Huddersfield’s promotion push

David Wagner’s return looks to secure Huddersfield’s promotion push

By Billy Wilkinson Huddersfield will look to continue their promotion push as Aston Villa travel to the Kirklees stadium. The two game ban that Huddersfield manager David Wagner picked up against Leeds, has now ended. It’s safe to say the Terriers have definitely missed his presence on the touchline. In their FA Cup fifth round replay against Manchester City, Wagner […]

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Terriers looking to upset the big dogs as they travel to Manchester City

Terriers looking to upset the big dogs as they travel to Manchester City

By Jack Simpson Manchester City host Huddersfield Town at the Etihad Stadium in the FA Cup fifth round replay, with the winners set to  face Middlesbrough in the quarterfinals. Citizens defender Vincent Kompany is nearing a return to first team squad, with the centre half not playing since the 0-0 draw against the Terriers in the reverse fixture in middle […]

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