THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

Issue 760

This week in The Press, read how two brothers have denied murdering their housemate in Ravensthorpe. 

One of the brothers has admitted killing the victim but denies murder.

Read the latest after Tracy Brabin was elected as the new MP for Batley and Spen during last week's by-election. The former soap actress beat nine other candidates to the role.

Police are appealing for witnesses following two violent robberies in Cleckheaton, and a Birstall primary school has been rated as inadequate by Ofsted inspectors.

In sport this week, Batley Bulldogs signing Joel Farrell speaks out about his notable move away from Heavy Woollen rivals Dewsbury Rams.

And at Dewsbury Rams we've spoken to rugby league veteran Paul Sykes ahead of his 18th season playing the game.

Find out who the two clubs face next year with our 2017 fixture lists in this week's paper.

Also in this week's paper ,get Mike Smith's latest tips for the weekend's racing and catch up with how the Spen Valley Vipers are performing in the Leeds Basketball League.

In This Weeks News

Man drove car at teen because of Muslim dress
Man drove car at teen because of Muslim dress Read More
Batley supermarket plan denied
Batley supermarket plan denied Read More
Prosecutors examine fire hero’s death evidence
Prosecutors examine fire hero’s death evidence Read More
Walking for unity
Walking for unity Read More
France pays tribute to Walter, 93, for his role in D-Day landings
France pays tribute to Walter, 93, for his role in D-Day landings Read More
‘We must dispel the myth that if you worry about immigration, you’re a racist...’
‘We must dispel the myth that if you worry about immigration, you’re a racist...’ Read More
Tories pour scorn on plans for 5,500 homes
Tories pour scorn on plans for 5,500 homes Read More
Daughter’s threat to her mum: ‘I’m going to kill you’
Daughter’s threat to her mum: ‘I’m going to kill you’ Read More
Change to housing plans could be death knell for Liversedge FC, says club president
Change to housing plans could be death knell for Liversedge FC, says club president Read More
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Your Letters
Your Letters Read More
Skipper Wood commits future to Cleckheaton CC
Skipper Wood commits future to Cleckheaton CC Read More
Yorkshireman climb table
Yorkshireman climb table Read More
Birkenshaw pushed all the way by plucky Hanging Heaton CC
Birkenshaw pushed all the way by plucky Hanging Heaton CC Read More
Youth cruise past Norfolk in Cup
Youth cruise past Norfolk in Cup Read More
Littletown FC take form into Heavy Woollen Cup action
Littletown FC take form into Heavy Woollen Cup action Read More
Must-win match for Albion
Must-win match for Albion Read More
Sedge rue mounting injury crisis
Sedge rue mounting injury crisis Read More
Fifth loss for Moorenders as Phoenix rise higher
Fifth loss for Moorenders as Phoenix rise higher Read More
French touchdown saves Sharks' year
French touchdown saves Sharks' year Read More
Yucatan new favourite for Racing Post Trophy
Yucatan new favourite for Racing Post Trophy Read More
Burgess 'honoured' to be England captain
Burgess 'honoured' to be England captain Read More
Morrison's pleased with squad dynamic
Morrison's pleased with squad dynamic Read More
Harrison excited over Diskin's potential
Harrison excited over Diskin's potential Read More
Ann's Angle
Ann's Angle Read More
Ed Lines
Ed Lines Read More