IN THE Press this week, read what has really gone on at a care home in Dewsbury which closed suddenly last week amid claims of major failings.
We delve in to sort fact from fiction after events at the Oxford Grange care home appeared to become distorted.
Also on health matters the decision as to who has won the contract which will enable services at Dewsbury District Hospital to be cut remains under wraps.
Double yellow lines proposed for a Mirfield housing scheme are causing friction. Find out why in the paper.
Kirklees Council chiefs were forced to take down politically-charged comments from the online version of the authority's 'impartial' taxpayer-funded newsletter.
There is a picture special from last Saturday's Batley Vintage Day, attracted up to 20,000 people, double last year's total.
And we reveal how bids to take over Ravensthorpe firm Kozee Sleep were rejected.
In sport, Batley Bulldogs have brought in a former Hunslet, Keighley and Dewsbury centre just in time for Friday's clash with Sheffield Eagles.
Elliot Cosgrove goes straight into John Kear's 19-man squad alongside one of his new teammates, who this week received an international call-up.
Meanwhile over at Dewsbury, Rams boss Glenn Morrison is demanding an improvement from his side when they take on Workington on Sunday at the Tetley's Stadium.
Morrison said his team's performance against Doncaster was awful - despite picking up the win - and despite still remaining in that precious fourth position.
Last weekend saw the local teams return to NCL action, find out how Thornhill, Shaw Cross and Dewsbury Celtic got on.
And Mike Popplewell has been and out about on the cricket scene. He's been speaking to Hanging Heaton's John Carruthers, as they prepare to take on reigning champions Cleckheaton this weekend.