THIS week in The Press, read about the crisis Kirklees Council's children's services find themselves in.
A scathing report from Ofsted inspectors rated the service as inadequate - the lowest category.
A team of experts have been brought in to try and turn the failing service's fortunes around.
Also, the future of Liversedge FC remains in the balance following a meeting between the club and Kirklees councillors this week.
A long-running dispute regarding access to Clayborn has resulted in the club's president saying he fears for the club's future.
A man has been jailed for a vicious attack at Dewsbury railway station and we take an exclusive look around the Blakeridge Mill Village development in Batley.
In sport this week, Dewsbury Rams boss Glenn Morrison believes his side have what it takes to improve on their eighth-place finish last term.
At Batley Bulldogs' new boss Matt Diskin has appointed Lee St Hilaire as his assistant for the 2017 campaign.
And in rugby league's amateur ranks Thornhill Trojans drew with table-toppers Lock Lane in what proved to be a fiery encounter at Overthorpe Park.
Elsewhere Cleckheaton RUFC were outclassed by National League Three North leaders Huddersfield, Liversedge FC found their first win in a month in the NCEL Premier, Batley boxer Jordan Yates suffered semi-final heartbreak in the National Boxing Championships and highly-rated Natalie Groves was star of the show at Spenborough and District Athletic Club's annual awards night.
Also, don't forget to find out who Mike Smith's tips are for all the weekend's racing.
It's all in The Press!