In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter

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In this week’s Dewsbury Reporter, a care home closed down by the health watchdog has been slammed in a report and its owners told they can no longer operate from the site.

Also this week:

- In the wake of the killings in Tunisia, Dewsbury mosque leaders are urging the town’s young people to remain steadfast in the face of the “empty claims and promises” made by ISIS.

- A furious widow has slammed British justice after being told that the speeding drink-driver who killed her cycling husband will only spend six months behind bars.

- A student midwife who had to learn to walk again after a horror car crash is thanking her ‘angels of the sky’ by raising thousands of pounds.

- A commemorative event to mark to 20th anniversary of the genocide which took place during the Balkans conflict is to take place in North Kirklees.

- The question of what can get a bride to the church on time is being answered by a husband and wife’s camper van wedding hire company.

- A North Kirklees bus driver tackled a 5K run just 18 months after a triple heart bypass operation that saved his life.

Also, see our summer special Yorkshire food and drink section and our What’s on Where 24/7 entertainment and leisure guide.

Out tomorrow!