Car driver Mohsin Rasul left car on Meltham moor after skidding on ice and returned to find it OVERTURNED

One theory is the Toyota Yaris, which is now a write-off, was blown over by high winds

Huddersfield Town commercial director Sean Jarvis hailed nine-year-old son a hero after freak blaze at home

Family thank firefighters for saving house

Mark Nash murder trial adjourned for a week for legal arguments

Mark Nash, who grew up in Bradley before moving to Ireland in 1996, denies the murder of Sylvia Shields, 60, and Mary Callanan, 61, in 1997

Standard engineering solution is not good enough for Butterley Spillway, campaigners say as planning inquiry ends

Butterley Reservoir Spillway, Marsden.
Planning Inspector now considering ruling over Yorkshire Water's £6m plan for Marsden spillway

Man stabbed in street attack in Dewsbury Moor

Man arrested by police after incident at Gledhill Terrace

Snow is on the way - but just how much?

Examiner weather expert Paul Stevens predicts coldest spell of winter so far but says New York snow won't come our way

Huddersfield Literature Festival organiser Michelle Hodgson launches National Library Day events to promote closure-threatened service

Libraries will be celebrated at a two-week event to urge support amidst threats of cuts

Huddersfield Town stars drop into Dalton J & I School to host Early Kick-Off Breakfast Club

Sean Scannell and Dean Hoyle among the guests at Huddersfield Town Foundation event

Fears are growing for welfare of missing Huddersfield teen Luke Jones

West Yorkshire Police are appealing to trace 16-year-old Luke who has not been seen since Sunday afternoon

Yorkshire crowned second most picturesque county in England — we show you why

Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire
Region loses out to Cornwall in beauty poll - but our pictures boast of Yorkshire's glory

Banned driver Anton Copperwaite in court after getting behind the wheel

Kirklees Magistrate's Court
The 22-year-old abandoned his car down a dirt track when police spotted him driving in the Fartown area

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December header picture competition

Examiner header picture competition: send us your best pictures of Huddersfield

The Big Picture - this week it's Matt Turner's beautiful landscapes

Caught on Camera 21-01-15

Caught on Camera: can you put names to faces on CCTV pictures released by West Yorkshire Police

Frank, Joan, Dave and Siobhan - You can order a glossy print of any of our photos to be delivered to your door, or have a high res version emailed to you. Call 01484 437707 or check http://huddersfieldphotos.newsprints.co.uk/ using reference No. YSR_HDE_220115cowan3

Have you been papped by our Snapper About Town? It's The Bridge, Huddersfield

Restaurant Review: The Bridge Brasserie and Brewery

Mark Nash murder trial adjourned for a week for legal arguments

Mark Nash, who grew up in Bradley before moving to Ireland in 1996, denies the murder of Sylvia Shields, 60, and Mary Callanan, 61, in 1997

Car driver Mohsin Rasul left car on Meltham moor after skidding on ice and returned to find it OVERTURNED

One theory is the Toyota Yaris, which is now a write-off, was blown over by high winds

Huddersfield Town stars drop into Dalton J & I School to host Early Kick-Off Breakfast Club

Sean Scannell and Dean Hoyle among the guests at Huddersfield Town Foundation event

Fears are growing for welfare of missing Huddersfield teen Luke Jones

West Yorkshire Police are appealing to trace 16-year-old Luke who has not been seen since Sunday afternoon

Syngenta joins up with Huddersfield Town

Crop protection company Syngenta has joined Huddersfield Town's Schools Partnership for 2015

Do you recognise these Huddersfield Town players? Try our pixelated picture quiz!

Can you recognise these pixelated players?
Test your Town fan prowess with our picture quiz

Huddersfield Town boss Chris Powell has full faith in Lloyd Allinson

The 21-year-old has been a regular on the bench in Joe Murphy's absence

Premier League referee Chris Foy to take Huddersfield Town v Leeds United

The St Helens whistler was also in the middle when Town played at Leeds in September
Huddersfield Giants Supporters Association (HGSA)

Huddersfield Giants Supporters Association column: Lasting Legacy is over

The latest Huddersfield Giants Supporters Association column is as follows

Jamie Ellis so happy to get his Huddersfield Giants debut under his belt

Former Castleford man can't wait to face another ex-club in Hull in Giants' Super League XX opener

Kyle Wood closing in on a Huddersfield Giants return

Giants half-back or hooker Wood could face Wakefield in Friday's Under 19s clash

Huddersfield Pennine League clubs all suffer because of the weather

Fixtures begin to stack up as icy blasts take their toll

Do you recognise these Huddersfield Town players? Try our pixelated picture quiz!

Can you recognise these pixelated players?
Test your Town fan prowess with our picture quiz

Holmfirth cyclo-cross racer Amira Mellor has tough time in Holland

Final outing before Wolrd Championships are hard graft for new GB squad rider
Couples Come Dine With Me

Huddersfield lovers wanted to cook up a storm for Couples Come Dine With Me

Apply to take part in the Channel 4 cooking contest - and relive shocking moments from the show

Review: Marriage of Figaro by Opera North just gets better and better

International cast gets witty interpretation across well

They'll be tying the knot before they go to university!

Young actors Tom Cousins and Tamsin Kendall make their final appearance in Holmfirth panto - before heading to university.

Mid Yorkshire chamber to sell Wakefield offices

Mid Yorkshire Chamber of Commerce has put its Wakefield office on the market as it assesses its property holdings

Southdale in search of apprentices

Halifax-based construction and development firm Southdale aims to recruit 50 apprentices this year - 40 of them by March

Colin Barratt, of Wheawill & Sudworth on making the most of important tax thresholds

Colin Barratt
There are a number of important tax thresholds where rates jump or reliefs are available and which with a little careful planning can be mitigated or enjoyed

Videos & Photos

Huddersfield Town stars drop into Dalton J & I School to host Early Kick-Off Breakfast Club

Sutton Bank, North Yorkshire

Yorkshire crowned second most picturesque county in England — we show you why

Huddersfield Town commercial director Sean Jarvis hailed nine-year-old son a hero after freak blaze at home

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Social Media giants deny services were hacked

Instagram and Facebook blame 40-minute outage on internal system issue

Holocaust Memorial Day: Auschwitz survivors Zigi Shipper and Lily Ebert relive their experiences - video

January 27th marks 70 years since the liberation of Auschwitz-Birkenau

Morning news headlines: Home health checks plan for elderly, Tories to slash benefits cap by £3k

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