The most read stories from June 6.
1) Beware of fat cats and dumpy dogs warns animal charity as UK's fattest pets get ready to slim! (Picture gallery)
HUDDERSFIELD pet owners have been warned to watch their pet's weight as dogs, cats and rabbits collectively carrying around 30 stone in weight are set to take part in an annual UK-wide pet slimming competition.
2) Mum of woman hanged at Almondbury on how drug addiction stole her daughter away
A GRIEVING mum admitted her drug addict daughter “could not cope”.
Lynne Denby spoke out after an inquest heard how Helen Gill hanged herself from a first-floor window, an inquest heard.
3) Huddersfield's appearance on TV's Town leaves us feeling good
HUDDERSFIELD has been left basking in a warm TV afterglow after a BBC programme hymned its many charms.
Nicholas Crane, a geographer and adventurer, showed viewers of Town how Huddersfield had sprung up from humble beginnings thanks to its rich textile heritage to become a world leader.
4) Tesco return to fight for Birchencliffe's Grey Horse as Kirklees Council planners signal approval - but what will councillors decide?
TESCO will test councillors’ resolve when the company faces Huddersfield’s planning committee next week.
Eight months after Kirklees councillors rejected a Tesco store for the former Grey Horse at Birchencliffe, the supermarket giant is returning for a second try.
5) Bertie's Banqueting Rooms in Elland up for sale
A WELL-KNOWN restaurant and catering business has been put up for sale.
But bosses at Elland-based Bertie’s Banqueting Rooms are confident they can find a buyer for the restaurant and catering business.