THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

In this week's Press, we've got the latest as armed police arrest nine men in a series of operations in Dewsbury following a spate of violence across the town.

Officers were seen in various spots in the district this week, and we've got all the wheres … but not too many whys.

Plus, there's more dismay for grieving families as the re-opening of Dewsbury Moor Crematorium has been pushed back even further.

The refurbishments at the troubled facility were originally due to be finished around the end of May.

Now more delays mean that "cremations cannot be offered at Dewsbury Crematorium for the time being."

Read our exclusive interview with the woman who tracked down Mohammed Damaniya – the market trader convicted of trying to groom an under-age girl for sex online.

There's news of a school forced into staff cuts as funding issues take their toll, and Dewsbury's iconic Pioneer House is in the final stages of refurbishment.


In sport, we speak to Dewsbury Rams boss Lee Greenwood who is confident his side can avoid relegation – regardless of whether they win or lose this weekend.

The Rams sit just above the relegation zone on points difference and with a game in hand, but Sunday's visit of Barrow – the team level with them – could prove crucial.

Batley coach Matt Diskin says he's proud of his team despite losing heavily to Championship leaders Toronto last week.

And we've got a comprehensive round-up of the district's amateur rugby league, plus all the latest cricket and racing.

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