In The Press this week: We exclusively report on the latest dealings of Dewsbury businessman Tahir "Terry" Zaman.
Elsewhere, a council election candidate in Gomersal was accused of falsely portraying himself as part of a campaign group in a leaflet which got members hot under the collar.
Roadworks announced at short notice could see Mirfield swamped by lorries seeking a detour having been caught unawares.
We preview the European referendum with activists from the left and right and detail the vast number of activities celebrating Charlotte Bronte's bicentennial.
Hospital chiefs vowed action after staff chaos, including a revolving door of middle managers, and bullying was revealed.
And read the heartbreaking story of the animal lovers searching for a frightened rescue dog who broke away from his new owners in Dewsbury after becoming spooked.
In sport this week, Batley Bulldogs and Dewsbury Rams are preparing for the fifth round of the Challenge Cup when they play Featherstone Rovers and York City Knights respectively.
Both our Heavy Woollen sides are playing at home and are struggling with injuries - Rams boss Glenn Morrison has 14 players unavailable for the visit of in-form League One side York.
Cleckheaton RUFC ground out another win in National League Three North to all but secure their safety for another year.
But, in the Northern Counties East League Premier Liversedge lost and remain in the relegation zone as the battle for survival intesifies in the final month of the season.
Elsewhere the new-look cricket season has been put on hold for another week as groundsmen face a race against time to prepare the pitches.
It's all in The Press, the only newspaper which has North Kirklees covered.