In The Press this week: Three men were arrested yesterday after police launched a murder probe into the death of a Polish man in Ravensthorpe.
Marcin Siarczylski, 37, was found in a wooden area near a canal towpath on land off Low Mill Lane on March 14.
Two suspects, aged 25 and 20, were arrested on suspicion of murder while a 29-year-old man was detained on suspicion of assisting an offender.
Elsewhere, a Dewsbury shopkeeper believes she will not be trading in 12 months time as we look again at town centre regeneration issues.
Taxi drivers in Batley are opposed to the Frontier nightclub becoming a gym because it will hit their trade.
A probe into the death of a man at a Heckmondwike care home is still on-going after seven months - but may lead to police passing files to prosecutors.
And we have a double feature on the hospital situation, with health chiefs laying the groundwork for downgrade and protesters renewing their campaign against the cuts.
In sport this week, Dewsbury Rams boss Glenn Morrison slammed his players for their performance against Sheffield Eagles and hints first team players will be dropped for the visit of Wigan in the Challenge Cup on Sunday.
And in contrasting fortunes John Kear's Batley side are back to full strength after five players returned from injury including long-term absentees Chris Ulugia and Alex Rowe in time to welcome Catalans Dragons to Mount Pleasant tomorrow night.
Elsewhere, Liversedge FC guaranteed their survival in the NCEL Premier by winning their last five games, amateur boxers Cory O'Regan and Ismail Khan came second in the Elite National Finals in Liverpool and our local amateur rugby league sides, Thornhil Trojans, Dewsbury Moor and Dewsbury Celtic all lost in the first round of the National Conference Trophy.
However the Trojans faired better in the BARLA National Cup, reaching their first-ever final.
And you can catch up with all the latest cricket news in this week's paper.
It's all in The Press, the only newspaper which has North Kirklees covered.