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More rain on the way for Huddersfield - and the unsettled weather could continue for weeks

But five years ago this week we were covered in a blanket of snow - take a look at pictures from 2010 here

Late night shopping starts in Huddersfield on Thursday with free parking

There will be free parking in council car parks from 2pm instead of 4pm to try to attract more shoppers in

Jaroslav Balaz caused the crash (top right) which severely injured a West Yorkshire Police detective

Wrong way M62 crash driver had drunk beer for lunch before ploughing into female detective in horror accident

Jaroslav Balaz was driving on the M62 on a wet evening in October last year although he had drunk copious amounts of vodka the night before and beer during the day

Entrepreneur Natalie Carr takes on After Dark dress shop after family tragedy

Her mother Linda and stepfather Paul Spencer died in helicopter accident in January 2008

Meltham's Carlile Institute Post Office shuts after staff walk out

The branch will be closed for the rest of the day while talks go on with staff who walked out

Marsh children's party venue Popkidz applies again for alcohol licence

A kids’ party venue is having another go at applying for an alcohol licence after council officials refused the first due to noise complaints

Louie, bottom right, stepped up when the homeless man came to Bar Five looking for work

Homeless man went into a Huddersfield bar to find work - and had his life changed

Destitute Omar said everything had “fallen apart” after he was attacked on Bradford Road and his takeaway business had “gone bust’, explaining he had been left without a home

Lotto millionaires Susan and Michael Crossland turn Santa for Forget Me Not Children's Hospice

Lottery winners deliver Christmas tree and presents for youngsters

Help to Buy ISA: Everything you need to know if you're a first time buyer and want free government money to add to your deposit

What are Help to Buy ISAs and what you need to know to get 25% of your savings extra free from the Government to put towards a deposit

Nightmare morning commute for drivers on M62

Van ended up on its roof and traffic backed up in motorway misery

A lorry was blown over onto its side in Highgate Lane, Kirkheaton

Kirkheaton residents' warning after three smashes in three days in Bellstring Lane and Cockley Hill Lane

Neighbours fear it's only a matter of time until someone is killed

Johnny Nelson (centre right) at Rawthorpe Boxing Club with Mark Reynolds (centre left) and young boxers from the Kirklees Boxing Academy at the gym in the Gasworks Club

Fancy punching your workmates? Train for new Huddersfield White Collar boxing event

White Collar Boxing originated in New York in the late 1980s. People train for eight weeks and then take on one of their work colleagues in the ring.

A smashed window at GT Taxis in Lord Street, Huddersfield

Richard Taylor given conditional discharge over disturbance at GT Taxis in Huddersfield

Window smashed after confrontation after Town lost derby clash with Leeds United

Drug addict who stole from Primark urges judge: "Send me to prison"

Kate Longshaw, of Netherton, believed a spell in jail would help her overcome her addiction

Car abandoned in deep flooding in Calder Drive, Mirfield

Huddersfield braced for wettest November in history

Well over 200mm of rain fell during the month to challenge the record set in 2009

First glimpse inside the Packhorse Kitchen as Huddersfield gets new food court

Burger King is back in town along with a host of new faces at the Packhorse Kitchen - take a look around here

Three-day Huddersfield First bus strike planned before Christmas

A Unite union representative has First and passengers that today's strike could be the first of four days of walk-outs

Birkby Bargain and Home Improvement Centre loses planning fight against Kirklees Council

Shop was operating without planning permission

Luke Joseph admits knife charge after threatening to kill Five Bar staff when they wouldn't let him in

“The defendant has pulled out a knife from his waistband. With that kitchen knife he’s threatened to kill the door staff,” the court heard

Portable en suite potty for toddlers designed and sold by Dalton mum's new business

Hairdresser Alison Toole, of Dalton, has just launched her pop up privacy room and toilet which fits in a rucksack

Videos & Photos

More rain on the way for Huddersfield - and the unsettled weather could continue for weeks

Late night shopping starts in Huddersfield on Thursday with free parking

Marsh children's party venue Popkidz applies again for alcohol licence


Doug Thomson
Huddersfield Town correspondent
Chris Roberts
Huddersfield Giants correspondent
Louise Cooper
Crime correspondent
Nick Lavigueur
Health Correspondent
Joanne Douglas
Local Government Correspondent
Linda Whitwam
Education Correspondent
Henryk Zientek
Business Correspondent
Martin Shaw
Mirfield Correspondent