Could a Tour de France movie put Huddersfield back on the big screen?

Scriptwriters exploring the possibility of putting together a Tour de France movie after Yorkshire's success this summer

Maria Harris: missing Huddersfield woman found

Maria Harris
The vulnerable 66-year-old had gone missing from here home just after 7am on Tuesday

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion - five things we learned

Check out the five things we learned from the Terriers' hard-fought point against the 10-man Seagulls

Mum of tragic Emmerdale toddler Harry Whittaker to run London Marathon in his memory

Family pays tribute to Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

Dewsbury terror suspect Haroon Rashid Aswat pleads not guilty to US charges after extradition

Haroon Aswat, who allegedly conspired to establish a jihadi training camp in Oregon, has been extradited from the UK to the US, Scotland Yard said
Haroon Rashid Aswat is accused by US authorities of working with Abu Hamza in 1999 to set up a Jihadist training camp in Oregon

'Malicious blogger' Neil Wilby banned from contacting Independent Police Complaints Commission investigators after 'tormenting' them online

Neil Wilby
One investigator was painted as a broomstick-riding witch by the web campaigner, who also accused of her having an improper relationship with a senior cop

Huddersfield-born Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome makes allegation of racist comment against Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci

Investigation under way after incident at Carrow Road

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion: are you pictured in our fan gallery?

Did you go to Town's 1-1 draw with the Seagulls at the John Smith's Stadium? You could be pictured in our fan gallery if so

Witness who saw incident which led to cyclist's brain damage tells court she saw car driver from Holmfirth 'like steer towards him'

John Radford of Meltham
Michael Gledhill, 23 of Bramble Bank, Holmfirth denies causing serious injury to John Radford by dangerous driving on Huddersfield Road on July 31 last year

A mile of shelves? New University of Huddersfield archive centre to store 300,000 pieces of our past

The University was awarded £1,585,000 by the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop the new archives centre that will be one of the most technologically advanced in the UK

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  • NEWS: What do you think about plans to bring in more permit charges into Huddersfield, a move which will affect around 4,700 residents in the town?

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  •   TRAVEL: On the roads the A58 Bolton Brow is busy but moving around A6026 Wakefield Road traffic lights, there's slow traffic on A644 Wakefield Road at A62 Cooper Bridge Road (Cooper Bridge Roundabout) but traffic has returned to normal on A644 Webster Hill into town at A638 Dewsbury Ring Road.

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  • SPORT: Want to know what our budding sports reporter, Tom Marshall-Bailey, thought of the Huddersfield versus Brighton and Hove Albion match last night?

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  • NEWS: Lidl are ready to open their Holmfirth store tomorrow-are you pleased that the chain has come to the town?

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  • NEWS: Did you enjoy the feel-good factor brought by the Tour de France to Huddersfield this summer? Well, you may be able to hang onto it forever, if plans for a Tour de France film created in Yorkshire turn into reality.

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  • NEWS: Have you been past the historic wooden pavillion on Hardcastle Crags recently? Remember what you saw if so, for it's been demolished for good.

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Spooky goings on

A healing white spirit, a devil dog and a phantom bingo player - 7 tales of spooky paranormal activity in haunted Huddersfield

Historic wooden pavilion being demolished close to Gibson Mill on the Hardcastle Crags estate in Hebden Bridge

Little Horrors 2014 - your kids dressed up ready for Halloween

Sheridan Smith as Cilla

Film crew in Huddersfield for new Sheridan Smith series for ITV

Ade (@gorillaade) tweeted this picture of Huddersfield's sunrise

Red sky in the morning, shepherd's warning! Huddersfield enjoys beautiful sunrise

Haroon Aswat, who allegedly conspired to establish a jihadi training camp in Oregon, has been extradited from the UK to the US, Scotland Yard said

Dewsbury terror suspect Haroon Rashid Aswat pleads not guilty to US charges after extradition

Haroon Rashid Aswat is accused by US authorities of working with Abu Hamza in 1999 to set up a Jihadist training camp in Oregon

Huddersfield and District Family History Society helps Honley historian Cyril Ford with a new book on World War One

Society holding its fair on November 8 at Cathedral House in Huddersfield

Could a Tour de France movie put Huddersfield back on the big screen?

Scriptwriters exploring the possibility of putting together a Tour de France movie after Yorkshire's success this summer

Lidl ready to open Holmfirth store

Site of new Lidl store on Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth
Colne Valley MP Jason McCartney will be among those taking part in the official opening of the new Lidl store in Holmfirth

Huddersfield-born Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome makes allegation of racist comment against Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci

Investigation under way after incident at Carrow Road

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion: are you pictured in our fan gallery?

Did you go to Town's 1-1 draw with the Seagulls at the John Smith's Stadium? You could be pictured in our fan gallery if so

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion - five things we learned

Check out the five things we learned from the Terriers' hard-fought point against the 10-man Seagulls

Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell believes 1-1 draw with Brighton was a fair result

Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell was happy with a point after a 1-1 draw with 10-man Brighton and Hove Albion
The Terriers led through Jacob Butterfield but were pegged back courtesy of a Lewis Dunk strike in a competitive encounter
Brett Ferres in action for the Huddersfield Giants

Huddersfield Giants forward Brett Ferres gets into England 17

Bench start for Giants star in opener against Samoa in Brisbane

Huddersfield Giants sign Bradford Bulls youngster Oliver Roberts for Super League campaign

Academy international to join Giants squad next month

Huddersfield Giants 2015 Super League fixtures revealed - full list and dates here

Huddersfield Giants crest
The Giants fans will be familiar to Sky viewers early in the season with three of their first five games on TV
England's Sam Tomkins

Pete Barrow column: England have a big chance down under in the rugby league Four Nations

And it could all be done in the best possible taste

Huddersfield-born Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome makes allegation of racist comment against Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci

Investigation under way after incident at Carrow Road

Huddersfield Town 1-1 Brighton and Hove Albion: are you pictured in our fan gallery?

Did you go to Town's 1-1 draw with the Seagulls at the John Smith's Stadium? You could be pictured in our fan gallery if so
Graham Gouldman of 10CC performing in Hyde Park, London.

An alien invasion, Mozart or 10CC - take your pick of things to do in West Yorkshire today

We've reached the mid-point of the working week - if you squint, you can almost see the weekend.

Holmfirth Musical Festival 69th Annual Competition - the results

Winners of class 7, Pianoforte Solo: Samuel Fitzsimons of Uppermill (2nd), Nicole Jessop of New Mill (1st) and Esme Marper of Highburton (3rd)
Read all the winners from the competition at Holmfirth Civic Hall last week

Review: Chris Ramsey: The Most Dangerous Man on Saturday Television at City Varieties, Leeds

Chris Ramsey's boyish charm won over the Leeds crowd
Energetic stand-up reveals all about Soccer AM gaffe

Ridley and Hall appoint new solicitor

Helen Dandridge has joined the litigation department at Ridley & Hall following her qualification as a solicitor

Hot Tiles sets up in Huddersfield

A wall and floor tiles company has opened a store in Huddersfield to capitalise on growing demand for its products

NOVUS scheme in line for its third award

A course run by Huddersfield University to boost career prospects for graduates in logistics has been shortlisted for a supply chain award

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Could a Tour de France movie put Huddersfield back on the big screen?

Site of new Lidl store on Huddersfield Road, Holmfirth

Lidl ready to open Holmfirth store

Huddersfield-born Norwich City striker Cameron Jerome makes allegation of racist comment against Leeds United defender Giuseppe Bellusci

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