In this week’s Reporter

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A buyer has been found for Dewsbury’s main shopping area - the Princess of Wales Precinct.

Edinburgh House Estates Limited have bought the precinct for an undisclosed fee. Find out more about what they have planned.

The organiser of a fundraising event which saw hundreds of people turn out in the hope of seeing the world famous Red Arrows has apologised after they were left disappointed.

A heroic rugby player made a tackle of a different kind when he help secure an unruly passenger on a flight from Bangkok to Dubai.

Two prisoners who strangled a convicted child killer in his cell will never be released from jail.

Find out who are the latest companies to enter our business awards.

Dewsbury Crematorium is to close for three weeks next month as ‘vital’ repairs are carried out.

In Sport

Dewsbury boxer Gary Sykes may have a British title fight in November but his short-term focus is fixed on Friday’s appearance on the mouth-watering Yorkshire’s Finest bill at Elland Road.

Elsewhere, we report on a dramatic title decider for Shaw Cross Sharks in our comprehensive rugby league round-up and look ahead to Batley Bulldogs’ historic appearance in Sunday’s Championship Grand Final.

We have all the latest football, cricket and rugby union news and a special report on a tennis club’s plans for the future after a highly successful season.


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