Over the course of the year, HTFP has published scores of great front pages sent in by newspapers to illustrate how they covered a particular local, national or international story.
They are the front pages that tell the story of the year 2013 and, for the first time, we are giving HTFP readers a chance to vote for their favourite.
We have put together a 12-strong shortlist below from which to choose your winner. It features only main paper front pages as opposed to supplements, and has been compiled only from stories already featured on HTFP this year.
You can vote for up to three contenders and the voting form can be found by scroll to the end of the story. The poll will be open until Monday 6 January and the results will be published on HTFP early in the New Year.
1. The North West Evening Mail launches a campaign to improve maternity services on its Cumbria patch.
2. The Oxfordshire Guardian reports on a dramatic fire which destroyed a thatched cottage near Didcot.
3. The Cambridge News launches a bid for fairer funding for local schools.
4. Last winter's big freeze provided the inspiration for this South Wales Echo front page.
5. The Derby Telegraph records the guilty verdicts in the trial of child killers Mick and Mairead Philpott.
6. Soldier Lee Rigby's shooting as reported by his hometown paper, the Manchester Evening News.
7. A 130-car pile-up on the Isle of Sheppey crossing provided some dramatic images for the Sittingbourne Messenger.
8. Lady Thatcher's death made the front pages of several evening papers including the News and Star, Carlisle.
9. A Tory peer's comments about the "desolate" North spawned this front page by The Journal, Newcastle.
10. The Scotsman was one of several regional dailies to feature the birth of Prince George on its front page.
11. The Burton Mail captures the conclusion of a drugs raid in a wraparound front and back page.
12. The Eastern Daily Press reports on this month's storms which battered East Anglia.