In this week’s Reporter

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In this week’s Reporter, we have the tragic story of a couple whose premature baby was buried in Dewsbury Cemetery without their knowledge.

It was only two years after her death that they received a letter inadvertently telling them their daughter was buried in a public baby grave - when they’d requested she be cremated.

Dewsbury Hospital’s A&E department will be downgraded, despite mass public opposition, health chiefs have decided.

Campaigners say they will chain themselves to fences to stop a Thornhill community centre being demolished.

Find out what happens to your rubbish once it’s collected.

Special brews and celebrations are on the cards for next week’s Yorkshire Day.

We meet the babies who will share their birthday with our future king.
And speaking of little Prince George, we have a special souvenir supplement celebrating the birth of William and Kate’s new arrival.


We continue our travel to London for a tenner train offer, and have a free 32-page Tour De France supplement.

Get all this and much more, in this week’s Dewsbury Reporter.