In this week’s Reporter

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In this week’s Mirfield Reporter, a group of speeding campaigners are determined to get restrictions in their village.

We have 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 group of residents who fought to protect the last remaining tree near their Mirfield homes met with prospective developers at a spirited council meeting.

A Mirfield church is looking forward to celebrating its 40th anniversary.

Find out why we’re Backing the Belles - Battyeford’s young female footballers.

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.

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.

In cricket, Upper Hopton are four points clear at the top of the Huddersfield Central League with two matches remaining.

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