In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter

This week's Dewbury Reporter
This week's Dewbury Reporter

In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter Kirklees councillors have expressed “deep concerns” about a proposed new law that could allow anyone to drive in a taxi without background checks.

Also this week, faith leaders gathered at Dewsbury Minster for the opening of a huge project designed to bring communities together, a man charged with murdering a convicted sex offender has withdrawn his guilty plea, Kirkless Council has approved plans for Asda supermarket to build a petrol station on site, officers from British Transport Police have teamed up with charity Samaritans to raise awareness around suicide on the railways at Dewsbury station, dedicated fundraisers at schools across the town have raised hundreds of pounds for Macmillan Cancer Support as part of the World’s Biggest Coffee Morning event, free public toilets are opening in the town,

Also, vote now for your top tot and nominate your Salon of the Year.

Read these stories and many more in this week’s Dewsbury Reporter.