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Weekend Thought: It is easy to give the wrong impression

At a wedding ceremony, the priest asked the congregation if there was anyone who had anything to say regarding the union of the bride and bridegroom – whether there was any impediment why the two should not be married.

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Let's not focus just on Brexit during the election

Letter: Let’s not have a one issue election

This election is about more than the Brexit debate. It’s about so many other things.

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Last year Todmorden High School announced that it will be closing its sixth form

Letter: Just what is happening to school system?

What must the residents of Todmorden be thinking as they watch their school and education system collapse?

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Halifax Town Hall

Letter: Frustration can lead to constant complaints

Re your recent article ‘Tackling persistent complainers’.

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Weekend Thought: Cross reminds us of our duty

Weekend Thought: Cross reminds us of our duty

St George is the patron saint of England. The anniversary of his death on April 23 is seen as England’s national day.

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Letter: This is not how democracy works!

Letter: This is not how democracy works!

“When I use a word it means jut what I choose it to mean”, so said Humpty Dumpty in Lewis Carroll’s ‘Through the Looking Glass’, and since our vote in favour of leaving the EU that word seems to be democracy.

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What is this craze for starting sentences with the word so?

Letter: So...can we stop now?

What is this craze for starting sentences with the word so?

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Hipperholme Crossroad

Letter: Important to keep our air clean

Re: Action needed in air pollution blackspots (Courier, April 7).

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Halifax Minster

Weekend Thought: What does Easter mean to us?

Today is Good Friday when we remember Jesus dying on the cross.

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Northgate House and Central Library, Halifax.

Letter: A sad era for our architecture

I visited Halifax this week. As I got off at the bus station it was very obvious to me how poor architecture in a town can ruin it, eg, the Vue Plaza (blocking everyone’s view!) and good architecture can enhance it, eg, the warm, corbelled stone of Northgate House and the library.

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Letter: Where to find the town’s defibrillators

Letter: Where to find the town’s defibrillators

I have read M Upton’s letter (Courier, April 7) asking for the location of defibrillators in the Halifax area and agree that it would be an excellent idea that some form of map be produced indicating the location of externally accessed defibrillators be made available.

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Halifax from Beacon Hill

Letter: A sad era for our neighbour

I visited Halifax this week. As I got off at the bus station it was very obvious to me how poor architecture in a town can ruin it, eg, the Vue Plaza (blocking everyone’s view!) and good architecture can enhance it, eg, the warm, corbelled stone of Northgate House and the library.

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Letter: Where are all the town’s defibrillators?

Letter: Where are all the town’s defibrillators?

Please can anyone tell me, and the people of Halifax, where are all the defibrillators?

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Halifax Minster

Weekend Thought: How much is our loyalty worth?

‘Who is this man riding on a donkey with people shouting and waving branches of palm trees? Surely not another demonstration - we’ve had enough of people shouting for one cause or another!’

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Letter: Badger killers are the scum of the earth

Letter: Badger killers are the scum of the earth

I have just read the story in the Courier about the poor badgers! (County tops animal curelty league of shame).

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Letter: I’m a cyclist - and proud to be so

Letter: I’m a cyclist - and proud to be so

I cannot be the only cyclist in Calderdale whose eyebrows were raised upon reading B Taylor’s letter (The latest Lycra doesn’t make you a cyclist, Courier, March 30).

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Todmorden Health Centre

Letter: Car park to be ‘policed’

Spaces in the health centre car park are limited and a small number of people have been using the car park as a shoppers’ car park.

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Weekend Thought: Advice for relationships

Weekend Thought: Advice for relationships

A man goes to see his vicar and says: “Something terrible is happening and I have to talk to you about it.” The vicar asks: “What’s wrong?”

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Halifax Police BC

Mick Rowe (head coach) and Jack Sellars

Letter: Jack should make us all proud

Mark from Brackenbed Fisheries, Halifax

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Letter: The latest Lycra doesn’t make you a cyclist

Letter: The latest Lycra doesn’t make you a cyclist

We have been told for years now that we should all be getting on our bikes – for the environment and for health reasons.

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