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A man who served as a gunner during the Arctic convoy missions of the Second World War has been rewarded for his bravery today Geoffrey Swapp who turns 90 next month is from Balby near Doncaster and was on HMS Kent during the conflict.
Today Doncaster MP Rosie Winterton awarded him the Arctic Star medal.
Little Harvey Phillips lost three of his limbs to meningitis when he was just nine months old.
He's adapted to life with great courage and has turned into a proper little sportsman. But now his family say he's become a victim of a post code lottery.
They say the NHS hasn't provided new light-weight prosthetic legs which they believe will help him achieve his dreams.
So they've decided to take matters into their own hands and organise a massive bike ride to pay for his legs themselves. James Webster reports.
Bradford manager Phil Parkinson and his staff have signed new three-year deals with Bradford City.
The former Charlton boss, who led his side to an npower League Two play-off victory on Saturday, joins assistant manager Steve Parkin and fitness coach Nick Allamby in signing the deal.
Parkinson joined the club in 2011 and the Bantams finished 18th in his first season. There had been speculation the 45-year-old would move away from Valley Parade.
"I had verbally agreed my contract with Julian (Rhodes, joint-chairman) a long time ago really, but didn't want anything to detract from our main focus throughout the play-offs, which was obviously to get promoted.
"Now that aim has been achieved, I was able to sit down with the two chairmen this morning and get the contract all finalised.
"We've had a terrific season, but we know we have an important summer ahead of us now. We can't sit back on what we have achieved - we have to keep working and striving forward.
– Phil Parkinson, speaking to www.bradfordcityfc.co.uk
"We have to keep improving the club in all departments.
"Our aim now is to get a team on the pitch next year that our supporters will enjoy watching."
Two car enthusiasts from Lincolnshire have set off on the ride of their lives as they head towards the start of the ultimate banger rally in Spain.
Simon Stephenson and Robert Preston are travelling in a 15-year-old Mercedes- costing only a few hundred pounds. And whilst on route will be revving up support for their local hospital. Sarah Clark reports.
Yorkshire's Joe Root is expected to be named in England's starting 11 for their second test against New Zealand.
The 22 year old from Sheffield joined his England teammates at Headingley today for a practise session and paid tribute to his parents Matt and Helen, who'll be there at the game which starts on Friday.
And we'll more from Joe and his mum and dad on Calendar and this website tomorrow.
The father of Harvey Phillips from Lincolnshire is getting ready to start a cycle ride from John O'Groats to Lands End to pay for his eight year old son a new pair of lightweight prosthetic legs. Darren Phillips has been waiting for the NHS to decide whether or not in can fund them.
8 year old Harvey lost three limbs to meningitis and now has NHS prosthetics but he finds them uncomfortable and cumbersome to move around with. Now his dad is hoping to raise the £82,000 needed to buy alternative prosthetics. He is raising money at http://www.justgiving.com/harvey-philips2012
Bradford City players will parade through the city this evening to celebrate their victory in Saturday's league Two play-off-final at Wembley.
Three open-top buses will take Phil Parkinson's men and club officials on the celebration tour.
Rotherham United defender Nicky Hunt has admitted he would be willing to consider a move abroad after being put on the transfer list.
Hunt still has a year of his contract to run but Millers' manager Steve Evans has informed him he does not figure in his plans for the new campaign.
Hunt spent the second half of last season on loan atAccrington, starting 11 League Two games. He admits the future is now uncertain. And whilst he would prefer to remain in England, a move overseas cannot be ruled out.
– Nicky Hunt, Rotherham United
I just want to play football. A lot of thought goes into decisions like this because they it is life-changing.
"I might end up three hours away, or it could be half an hour and nothing much changes
But you never know. I might get a telephone call with an offer from Australia, USA, Cyprus, Greece, anywhere. I can't afford to rule anything out at this stage."