All stories for 07 Jul 2014
“We were not out to rip people off,” said Alistaire MacGregor, 31, who set up a makeshift campsite near the Holme Moss summit
We assess the work done in the transfer market by the first six Championship sides alphabetically in the first of our four-part series
Anger from bowlers as Cabinet decides on sports provision
Kirklees Council town halls manager also met Royalty
Poignant fundraising effort by Huddersfield family
Man sold drugs to undercover cops
Tour de France worth at least £100 million to Yorkshire - probably more
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Irwin Mitchell keen to find out what the public knows about cycle laws
Video shows the terrifying moment disaster loomed as the Boeing 767 from Russian airline UTair was making its final approach to land at Barcelona
The first-team players returned to pre-season training last week and boss Mark Robins could have some decisions to make on them before the new season gets underway - give your view here.
Revellers gathered in St George's Square to watch films on the big screen - and danced the night away to songs from Grease!
Edward Hallett has been helping drum up more recruits for the Royal Navy Reserve
Leoni Hanson suffered a bloodied nose after she headed to the front of the Westgate premises to redeem a free drink coupon
Watch the cyclists speed through Huddersfield and Holmfirth and tackle Holme Moss
Here's all our reports and pictures from a fantastic day - take a look and bring that smile back!
More of your Tour de France selfies - are you in our gallery?
Have you kept your eyes on the ball during our summary of all the latest transfer rumours in the Championship? Take our latest quiz to find out
Kirklees Rural Neighbourhood Policing Team were notified that the Staffy type dog had been abandoned at Lockwood Cemetery on Sunday
The Whitehall Hotel at Hipperholme is among 38 Wellington Pub Company properties across England and Wales seeking lessees
Mencap's shop in Church Street in Dewsbury, will sell useful equipment to help people live independently and provide them with advice and support
Dr Anna Williams set for work experience at New Scientist magazine
The 24-year-old has just finished a second spell at Bournemouth
Abdull Oun was out running in when he heard the victim's screams and sprinted to the scene before knocking out the beast with a flying kick.
The John Smith's Stadium club stand to collect 20% of any profit made by Blackburn should they sell the strike star
Huddersfield wowed by performance at Town Hall
Average British driver takes too many risks like using a phone, jumping red lights and applying make-up
Huddersfield’s talented youngsters have been given a hand through the door into a successful creative future, thanks to a new hub launched by Microsoft
Sporting children got the weekend off to a good start in Elland
Four suicide bombers from West Yorkshire detonated their rucksack devices near these locations on the morning of July 7 2005, killing the 52 and injuring hundreds of others, some seriously.
Our readers captured the magic of Le Tour from along the route - here's a gallery of your pictures
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The driver pulled over after spotting smoke coming from his vehicle
A new business support group providing networking, peer mentoring and referrals has been launched in Brighouse
Facilities did not come cheap at the original Colne Valley leisure centre
Firefighters called after DIY attempt goes wrong
United again with potential strike partner Nahki Wells
Fixby Junior and Infant School children doing their bit for charity
Mirfield was blooming thanks to the Yorkshire Sweet Pea championships
The day featured the unveiling of the Cliff Rec Heritage Seat
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Clrs Derek Hardcastle and Robert Barraclough among those to back a Trust plan for local libraries
Those calls are annoying but on the other hand they might just be giving you some welcome news
Danny Grogan and Joe Allatt are honoured
Government's Growth Deal could pave the way for major transport funding including new M62 junction and rail improvements
Reaction from Huddersfield's ringroad and St George's Square
Crowds flock to see the race
Consultation period ends over hospital plans in Calderdale and Huddersfield
They ran out of superlatives as the Tour de France swept through Lockwood
Tens of thousands on the Moss