In this week’s Reporter

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In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter we lead with the latest from Leeds Crown Court as a Ravensthorpe man stands accused of plotting to import half a million pounds worth of heroin into Dewsbury, smuggled inside carpets.

A man has been charged with raping a 15-year-old girl in Crow Nest Park last week.
The clean up has began at Shaw Cross Sharks’ playing fields after travellers returned, just weeks after they’d left.

Armed police swooped in Shaw Cross and Dewsbury Moor after a disturbance led police to find a gun in a garden.

The murder trial of a convicted killer has begun.

Dewsbury’s new bandstand will be named after tragic Titanic violinist Wallace Hartley.

We take an in-depth look into the work of the White Knights.

And see why one man is fighting the council over a footpath which may be directed through his garden.

In Sport

Dewsbury Rams coach Glenn Morrison is feeling determined ahead of the team’s knock-out clash in Sheffield.

Two Dewsbury Celtic lads are aiming for serious success after signing with Leeds Rhinos.

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