In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter...

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In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter, a hospital coronary unit has closed - just 24 hours after NHS bosses announced it would be shut down.

Also this week:

- A man who stole a takeaway delivery driver’s car and took it on a high speed police chase has been jailed.

- Disabled blue badge holders will have to pay to park at the district’s hospitals under new charges being brought in by NHS bosses.

- The principal of Kirklees College has attacked David Cameron over “painful” cuts to the institution’s budget, which amount to a whopping £450,000.

- A historic church that has undergone a £1.3m redevelopment spanning two decades has been shortlisted for a prestigious award.

- The Jobcentre was told to apologise after mishandling a claim a from a disabled man who was left without money for several months.

- Special report on the housing crisis in our region.

- A brand new facility which will unite Batley and Dewsbury fire stations will open at the end of the month.

- Seven people were left in-jured following a three vehicle crash on the M62.

- A new café has opened at Dewsbury Sports Centre.

- Dewsbury Rams will plot an assault on the Kingstone Press Championship Shield, starting at home to Hunslet Hawks on Sunday.

Read these stories and many more in this week’s Reporter, out tomorrow!