The most read stories from June 3.
1) Thousands bask in sunshine at Brighouse's 1940s weekend
GAS masks, ‘spivs’ and 1940s policemen loitering on street corners are not common sights in Brighouse.
But the rip-roaring event held in glorious sunshine at the weekend saw the town’s folk triumphantly turn the clock back to everyone’s favourite era.
2) Police keep discreet presence at Huddersfield EDL tribute to fallen soldier Lee Rigby
MORE than 30 English Defence League supporters turned out in a Huddersfield tribute to murdered soldier Lee Rigby.
Saturday’s demonstration was part of a nationwide campaign by the group and passed off peacefully in the town.
3) Huddersfield drug dealer Tahier Chand in £1.5m smuggling ring
A DRUG dealer from Huddersfield has become the final member of a massive smuggling ring to be jailed.
Tahier Chand has been locked up for five years after police made 36 arrests during Operation Oak.
4) Boater’s anger at ‘filthy’ state of Huddersfield Narrow Canal
A NOVICE narrowboater’s month-long waterborne odyssey took him through some fantastic scenery.
But after 275 miles of waterways and around 120 locks, the state of Huddersfield Narrow Canal left him disgusted.
5) £12m plans to cut waiting times at Waterloo junction and Hipperholme crossroads
MILLIONS of pounds are to be spent easing traffic jams at two busy junctions in Huddersfield and Calderdale.
The Government has agreed to fund work at Waterloo and at Hipperholme.