The individuals were arrested from addresses in Huddersfield and Bradford during a three-day policing operation.Read the full story ›
Daisy, as she's now called, had wandered from her field in the area of Brow Lane at some point overnight and had slipped into the hole.Read the full story ›
Kirklees Superintendent Paul Jeffrey has hung up his uniform with his son to take on his collar number.Read the full story ›
Police appeal for information to trace stolen jewellery after four men were jailed for a series of violent robberies across West Yorkshire.Read the full story ›
Kirklees District Police are appealing for information to trace three men wanted on prison recallRead the full story ›
Police in Kirklees have issued an urgent appeal for information to trace two missing 14-year-old girls.Read the full story ›
Kirklees council remains in state of 'no overall control' following the 2016 elections.
Labour which was had been targeting control remains the largest party with 34 councillors. Conservatives have 20, Liberal Democrats 9, Green Party 3 with 3 Independent councillors.
Police in Kirklees are appealing for information to help trace a missing teenager.
15-year-old Leah Elstone, who is from the Longwood area, was last seen at Colne Valley High School around 8.45am.
Leah is described as 5"5" tall, petite build with shoulder length mousey brown hair.
She was wearing a Colne Valley High School uniform, black trousers and burgundy blazer, and was carrying a tan brown bag.
Police are growing increasingly concerned for Leah's welfare, and appeal to anyone who has seen or heard from Leah, or knows where she is now to get in touch.
West Yorkshire Police are appealing for witnesses after the body of an elderly man was found in Kirklees.
The 75-year-old man was found last night outside his home in New Mill, Holmfirth by his relative and neighbour.
If you have any information, you can contact West Yorkshire Police on 101.
Kirklees will welcome more than 100 refugees over the next two years as part of the government’s plan to resettle 20,000 people in the country.
The 100 announced today will be in addition to the two families who will arrive before Christmas as part of the Trail blazer scheme.
Council officers and partners in the voluntary and community sector are working on plans to secure housing and, where necessary, school places and health support.
Homes will initially be allocated through Kirklees Neighbourhood Housing or a local registered social landlord.
At the first opportunity, we committed to offering support to the Syrian refugees who have been through unimaginable trauma and need a safe place to live. Our priority has always been to move the refugees into safe, secure and supported housing. We have been working on this for some time to make sure we identify appropriate homes, and in the right location.