The most viewed stories on on Wednesday were:

1. Kirklees Council's tough new crackdown on Huddersfield’s dirty dogs

The dirty dogs have had their day.

Dog-owners look set to face tough new controls on their pets in Huddersfield.

They will be banned completely from children’s play areas and school fields.

And they will be only allowed in parks with dogs if the animals are on leads.

The new crackdown is set to be given the go-ahead by Kirklees councillors next week.

2. Morrisons tight-lipped over Honley supermarket rumours

ANOTHER supermarket could be heading to the Holme Valley.

Talks are believed to be under way regarding a main road site in Honley.

But supermarket chain Morrisons is staying tight-lipped about its alleged interest in land off Woodhead Road, Honley.

3. Truelove on crime: Cigarette gangs strike at two shops - Do you know these men?

SOME criminals will go to extreme lengths to commit crime.

They go to enormous trouble to steal what, to most of us, might seem like trivial items.

My colleagues in Dewsbury are currently investigating two burglaries at Co-op stores in the area after large amounts of cigarettes were stolen.

4. Future of Grey Horse pub in Birchencliffe remains a mystery - have you heard what's next for it?

BUILDERS have been seen working on a vacant pub – but plans for the premises have still not been revealed.

The Grey Horse pub off the busy Halifax Road at Birchencliffe has been closed for almost 18 months now.

Having shut its doors in September 2010, former landlords Enterprise Inns sold it to a private buyer in January last year.

5. Repair work will shut Grimescar Road and mean diversions for a month - Find out about them here

DRIVERS face diversions when a road is closed next month for bridge repairs.

Work will start on February 13 on bridge parapet protection at Grimescar Bridge at Grimescar Road between Birkby and Ainley Top.

The work will be carried out by Kirklees Council’s Highways Streetcare Unit and will take around four weeks to complete, weather permitting