Sheffield Eagles are leaving Owlerton Stadium after just one season due to new RFL ground regulations. The Championship side moved there for the 2014 season after it was announced that their former home, Don Valley Stadium, was going to be demolished.
Improvements were made to the ground to bring it up to standard but the lack of floodlighting means it is unable to accommodate evening fixtures for Sky TV.
The club is hoping to make an announcement on where it will be playing next season as soon as negotiations are concluded and approved by the RFL.
70 newly qualified nurses have started work at United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust. The nurses have recently graduated from Lincoln, Nottingham, De Montfort, Sheffield Hallam, Hull and Leeds universities.
Doncaster Council’s Public Health team is to trial a new alcohol scheme to tackle underage drinking.
The ‘Community Alcohol Partnership’ will bring together local retailers and licensees, trading standards, police, health services, education providers and other local stakeholders to address the problem of underage drinking and associated anti-social behaviour.
The scheme will pilot in the villages of Askern, Norton and Campsall.
The scheme has a successful track record. In the first trials of the scheme, in Cambridgeshire anti-social behaviour fell by 42% and the community was there was a 90% decrease in the number of minors found in possession of alcohol.
Dewsbury MP Simon Reevell says he is delighted that his dog Cosmo has won the popular vote at the Westminster Dog of the Year competition.
The competition raises awareness of animal welfare issues and is organised by the Dogs Trust and the Kennel Club.
Angela Smith, MP for Penistone and Stocksbridge has extended her sympathies for the father and son who were killed in a fatal fire.
The former Police and Crime commissioner for South Yorkshire, could face criminal charges as part of a two pronged investigation into the failings during the Rotherham child abuse scandal.
Shaun Wright, who was in charge of children's services for the council for five of the crucial years outlined in the Jay report, is likely to be investigated for possible misconduct in public office, according to South Yorkshire's chief constable David Crompton.
He has written to the Home Affairs Select committee outlining his plans for further inquiries. The force has this afternoon confirmed that 14 of it's staff have now been referred to the police watchdog, the IPCC, for their conduct in Rotherham.
Police investigating the murder of a man at his home in Darnall have released the name and a photograph of the victim
The ambulance service called the police after the 42-year old was found with serious injuries at his flat in Greenland Drive, Darnall.
Mohammed Khalil was taken to hospital suffering serious injuries but died later.
A post-mortem examination revealed he died as a result of multiple stab wounds.
The police are continuing with investigations as two men have been arrested.
Police say initial investigations into a fatal house fire in Penistone suggest the fire was started deliberately. 12-year-old Jack Sykes is still in a critical condition in hospital. His father 44-year-old Darren Sykes, and brother nine-year-old Paul David Sykes both died in the incident.