THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

THIS WEEK'S EDITION:

In this week's Press, we reveal how more arrests have been made across Dewsbury and Batley in relation to historical allegations of child sexual abuse.

Low-key raids on homes across the district began early this week, and a police task force met on Tuesday morning in the new fire station building in Batley Carr.

There's the latest as the independent expert running a review into the Kirklees sex grooming scandal has published his report, and read what The Press has to say.

We've also got news of a mum who was raising money for a homeless charity had over £100 of her takings stolen, and a 14-year-old boy was kicked and punched by a gang of teenagers in Cleckheaton.

A well-loved town centre store in Dewsbury town centre is stating open, and the town's swimming sensation has been rewarded in the Queen's honours list. Plus loads more in tomorrow's paper!


In sport, Batley Bulldogs host Sheffield this weekend looking to improve on their thrashing at the Eagles earlier in the season, while Dewsbury Rams picked up a vital win last week but now face the daunting task of taking on leaders Toronto.

Dewsbury Moor finally picked up a first win of the season in the NCL, while Thornhill Trojans and Shaw Cross Sharks face crucial fixtures this weekend.

It was a washout in the cricket last week but - weather permitting - Hanging Heaton will look to stay in the Bradford League Premier Division title picture this week, while they also have a T20 match against Yorkshire Vikings to look forward to following last year's national success.

And in football, Ossett United Ladies are moving into the town's biggest ground, Ingfield, next season as they look to build on a very success first campaign.

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