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It's been a busy few months with plenty going on - here are some of our top stories.

Huddersfield Town flag in Manaus

A group of Huddersfield Town fans went to Brazil to cheer on the England team in the World Cup. An astounding 2.1 million people across the world saw that story on Facebook! You can read it here.

Picture shows Ellis Swift who has been left distraught after thieves stole his pug dog Peaches that he was given while recovering from horrific burns. See Ross Parry copy RPYSTOLEN : A family is appealing for heartless thieves to return the pet pug that was bought for a six-year-old boy after he suffered horrendous burns. Brave Ellis Barrett has undergone four years of surgery after contracting septicaemia following a horrific incident when he was scalded with hot water. After his latest bout of surgery mum Lucy Swift, a carer for the elderly, scrimped and saved to buy her son precious pooch Peaches that he had been asking for since before Christmas to cheer him up. But after finally getting his dream pup, Ellis was devastated to find out that she had been stolen from the front garden in broad daylight. Rossparry.co.uk / Steven Schofield
 

In June, thieves stole Peaches the pug puppy from her front garden. So many of you were desperate for Peaches to be returned to her young owner, Ellis Barrett. More than 130,000 people saw the story on Facebook and it was shared 995 times. Unfortunately Peaches is still missing. Click here to read the story.

Pictured with Cav are, l to r, Pcso Sophie Row, Pc Sally Baines, Helen Hissett (veterinary surgeon), Tina Shaw (Kirklees dog warden), Danielle Naylor (veterinary surgeon) and David Cooper of The Dogs' Trust, Leeds.
Pictured with Cav are, l to r, Pcso Sophie Row, Pc Sally Baines, Helen Hissett (veterinary surgeon), Tina Shaw (Kirklees dog warden), Danielle Naylor (veterinary surgeon) and David Cooper of The Dogs' Trust, Leeds.
 

And dog lovers were touched by the story of Cav the abandoned Staffie, who was found injured during the Tour de France. Almost 100,000 people saw our story telling readers how they could help him. Luckily there was a happy ending for Cav who was rehomed with Dogs Trust. Read about Cav here.

Huddersfield mums nurse-in at Sports Direct, Kingsgate, in support of breastfeeding mother who was asked to leave Sports Direct's Nottingham store - Angela Jago with 11 month old Jago and Katie Kenny with 15 month old Jack.
 

Lots of you had something to say about breastfeeding in May! Almost 80,000 people saw our story about a demonstration in Huddersfield and around the country after a breastfeeding mum was asked to leave Sports Direct. More than 500 people got involved in the debate on Facebook - click here to read the story.

Tour de France Holme Moss, crowds arriving for the climb.

The Tour de France was a massive hit with you this summer - and this cheeky picture of a cycling fan making his way up Holme Moss in a mankini was seen by almost 57,000 people!

Just over 603 people liked the post - but it must have been a bit much for some people, as 27 hid it from their newsfeed!

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