THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

Grab a copy of this week's Press to read how Conservatives in Dewsbury have had their annual dinner plans cancelled after a political backlash.

The Dewsbury County Conservative Association had booked the National Coal Mining Museum as the venue for their get-together next March, but vocal opposition and threats to protest the event saw the museum cancel the booking today. 

Read the full story in tomorrow's paper.

We've also got the story of a man who was caught on video seemingly injecting drugs in Dewsbury town centre.

A video surfaced last weekend of a man sat on a street appearing to poke at his legs before pushing a needle into his skin.

Dewsbury MP Paula Sherriff has vowed to work with police over the incident.

Read also about the Dewsbury family who are celebrating five generations of females after the latest birth of a little girl. 

A Mirfield mum has set up a charity to help the homeless, and has been overwhelmed by the support she has received.

Derek Highe has switched on his annual Christmas lights display – get yourself a copy of the paper to have a look at the pictures.

Also, which councillor is talking tough on the council's decision to defer a planning application that could see 70 retirement flats built?

Read all this and more in tomorrow's edition of The Press.


In sport, read in full Neil Kelly's scathing assessment of the spending in the Championship as the Dewsbury boss has told The Press he suspects some Championship clubs are not living within their means. 

Batley Bulldogs chief executive Paul Harrison has also said that Batley have had trouble signing players and has said the Championship is no longer on an even playing field. 

Dewsbury Moor Ladies continued their impressive form with a huge win in the derby match against Thornhill Trojans. 

There was late late drama at Moorend this week as Cleckheaton left it until the final play to win against Percy Park. 

In football, there was a long-awaited win for Ossett Albion, as well as a victory for Liversedge. Ossett Town are not fairing as well as they lost their third consecutive league game. 

In boxing there was another impressive win for KBW's Danny Kelly, read about it and more in this week's Press. 

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