In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter

In this week's Reporter.
In this week's Reporter.
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Developers planning to plough £50,000 into one of Dewsbury’s main shopping areas hope it will help the town flourish.

The owners of the newly-named Princess of Wales Shopping Centre want to give the area a makeover – and some big retail names could be on the way.

A love song dedicated to his mum has turned out to be a chart-topper for a Dewsbury country and western artist.

A Dewsbury man who seriously sexually abused two boys he babysat is this week behind bars.

Building work has started to convert the former County Court for North Kirklees into apartments.

The Grade II listed building overlooking Dewsbury town centre and the railway station is to be transformed into 12 apartments to rent.

A date for the inquest into the death of tragic tot Summer Mai Rogers-Ratcliffe has been set.

A radical shift of powers away from Huddersfield towards Dewsbury and other north Kirklees towns has been proposed by Kirklees Conservatives.

Dewsbury and Batley would join together under the proposals. Plus, we have a special report on 40 years of Kirklees Council.

In Sport

Dewsbury Rams have been hit by a major injury blow with Aaron Brown ruled out for a minimum of eight weeks.

Plus we have all the action from last Friday’s Wigan Challenge Cup tie and confirmation of the Gary Sykes title fight date for Dewsbury.