A mountain biker had to be rescued after becoming injured in the Wessenden Valley above Marsden.
There is speculation that a British woman allegedly involved in a terrorist attack at a Kenyan mall could be the widow of a 7/7 bomber .
Police officers in West Yorkshire have joined the hunt to find a man jailed for his part in a house fire, which killed eight people.
The team of neighbourhood police in Huddersfield have put recorded, and filmed a Christmas single. The song is a version of Silent Night and is about a police officer and a burglar who gets caught.
A 20ft Christmas tree has mysteriously appeared in the centre of a village - complete with lights.
Residents of Slaithwaite, near Huddersfield in West Yorkshire, had been dismayed at Kirklees Council's decision not to provide a tree for the locals.
Other villages in the area - in the heart of Last Of The Summer Wine country and where the popular ITV drama 'Where The Heart Is' was filmed - have been given a decorated large conifer.
All Slaithwaite got was some lights on a regular tree, close to the church and a pub.
But a generous - and as yet anonymous - benefactor appears to have supplied the Christmas tree some time yesterday.
A Kirklees Council spokesman said the council was aware of the tree in Slaithwaite, and confirmed it had not been supplied by the local authority. He said as long as the tree was safe, it would be allowed to remain.
A Huddersfield garden centre revealed that such large trees often have to be ordered years in advance, and the cost would run into hundreds of pounds.
The runners, young and old, were taking part in the third annual Santa Run around the town centre. The event raised sixteen thousand pounds for local charities last year and organisers are hoping to raise even more this year.
England and former Bradford Bulls forward Sam Burgess and Huddersfield Giants and Scotland captain Danny Brough are among six players shortlisted for rugby league's 2013 Golden Boot.
They are joined by New Zealand back rower Sonny Bill Williams, Australia captain Cameron Smith and his countrymen Jonathan Thurston and team-mate Cooper Cronk.
Thurston and Smith will be bidding to join countrymen Darren Lockyer and Andrew Johns in taking the prestigious title twice, having been victorious in 2011 and 2007 respectively.
Brough, the 2013 Super League Man of Steel, and Burgess are aiming to become only the fifth British winner of an award that goes back to 1984. Leeds Rhinos and England captain Kevin Sinfield was the winner 12 months ago.
A rose has been bred in honour of double gold medal winning Paralympian Hannah Cockroft from Halifax, with proceeds helping to raise money for the Forget Me Not Children's Hospice in Huddersfield.
The 'Hannah Lucy Cockroft' golden rose, bred by Ronnie Rawlins of Huddersfield, will be on sale at the nurseries of R V Roger of Pickering.
As an ambassador for the charity, Hannah has asked that £2 from each rose sale will go towards the Hospice which exists to give vital support to children with a life limiting condition and their families.
Hannah will be attending a rose planting ceremony of her rose at today.
A family-run farm shop in Huddersfield almost destroyed by fire is to be rebuilt.
Hinchcliffe's was struck by a devastating fire in 2010, but Kirklees Council has granted full planning permission for a new farm shop and restaurant on the site.
"The fire destroyed our buildings but it never destroyed our passion,’ said director Simon Hirst. ‘We’ve continued to provide pasture to plate food in the subsequent three years and have been consistently buoyed along the way by the enthusiasm and loyalty of both our staff and customers.
"This decision is great news for all of us – it’s the best Christmas present any of us could have wished for."
The University of Huddersfield has been named University of the Year at the Times Higher Education Awards. Judges were impressed with its commitment to being at the heart of the town.
A walk is taking place in Huddersfield today to highlight the problem of people relying on loan sharks.
It is being led by the town's MP, Barry Sheerman, who says more can be done for people to access affordable credit.
The walk - dubbed Sharkstoppers - begins at midday on New Street.
– Barry Sheerman MP
I believe that local residents can really help to spread the message about the dangers of using loan sharks. I'd love to see them walk through the town with me. Let's raise awareness of this issue!
A nurse from Huddersfield arrived in the Philippines this morning to help on the front line of the UK Government’s relief effort after Typhoon Haiyan.
Emergency nurse Deborah Lau landed as part of a team of 12 British medical staff deployed by the Department for International Development.
A teenage girl has gone missing from her home in Huddersfield.
Sophie Fox, who is 15, was last seen on Friday evening at her home in the Birkby area.
She is described as white, 5'2" tall, of medium build, with dyed brown, shoulder length, straight hair.
She was last seen wearing a yellow see-through top, grey hoody, black leggings and black boots.It is believed she may have travelled to the Grimsby area.