ITV Calendar understands around 4,000 people face uncertainty over whether or not they will receive refunds from the now cancelled Magical Winterland.
The family of a teenager who died while on holiday in Zante say they're stunned and also angry at the findings of a report into his death just released by Greek authorities.
The document, just translated for the family, details why four men accused of causing Matthew Cryer's death outside a nightclub in 2008 were cleared last month. That was despite an inquest verdict of unlawful killing here in the UK.
But they've vowed to fight on and launched an appeal they hope will be heard by a new set of judges in Greece. Martin Fisher reports.
Sheffield United are looking to enhance their reputation as giant killers tonight when they take on Premier League Southampton at Bramall Lane in the quarter final of the Capital One Cup.
The Blades, remember, knocked out two Premier league sides before being beaten by Hull City in the FA Cup semi final at Wembley back in April. And their fans are already dreaming of another trip to the national stadium. David Hirst reports.
Youngsters on the children’s wards at Hull Royal Infirmary have been treated to a visit from Ben Cockayne and a string of his team-mates from Hull Kingston Rovers this afternoon.
Armed with bags full of toys, games and Hull KR goodies to give away, players including Aaron Ollett, Jordan Cox, Steven Holker and Ryan Bailey spread some festive cheer amongst the children, parents and staff alike.
A teenage girl from York has gone missing from a treatment centre in the Grimsby area.
19-year-old Katie Free was being cared for in Grimsby, but was last seen in Cleethorpes at around 12:45 on Saturday.
Katie has not been seen since then and police are growing concerned for her welfare due to an existing medical condition.
Katie is described as being white and of pale complexion with blue eyes and red hair often worn in a ponytail. She is 5'7" tall and of thin build and wears glasses.
When last seen she was wearing black leggings with a burgundy hooded jacket with a white logo on the front. She was said to be carrying a black tote bag and wearing burgundy shoes.
Katie is believed to be in the company of her boyfriend Will Gilligan (pictured) who is from the Darlington area and it is thought they may have travelled together to the North Yorkshire or Darlington area.
The new footway and cycle path along Station Road in Lincoln is expected to be finished by Christmas.
Despite being only eight weeks into a 16 week programme, due to the exceptionally good weather and no unforeseen issues with utility services, the scheme has progressed ahead of schedule.
The work had forced a three-mile one-way diversion to be put in place.
Lincolnshire County Council expects that work to finish improvements along the west side of Station Road, should be complete next week. It is anticipated that the one-way traffic management currently in place along Station Road will be removed on Christmas Eve.
One of the country's most acclaimed music festival organisers is to step down from the competition she founded more than fifty years ago.
Dame Fanny Waterman is retiring from her role as chairman and artistic director of the Leeds International Piano Competition after next year's event. It comes as she approaches her 95th birthday. She said today she looks back with great pride at the international eminence the Competition has achieved.
A man from Barnsley has been jailed for a catalogue of historic sexual offences against two young girls over a ten year period.
49-year-old Vincent Glazzard from Darfield was found guilty of eleven sex crimes against the girls, who were both only nine-years-old when the assaults began.
The eleven charges include three counts of rape on a girl under 16, four counts of indecent assault on a girl under 14, two counts of indecent assault on a girl under 16, sexual activity with a girl under 16 and sexual assault on a girl under 16.
Sheffield's Weston Park Museum has been given a grant of £697,000 from the Heritage Lottery Fund to develop its facilities.
The grant will support Weston Park Museum: A Bright Future, a £1million plan to transform several of the museum’s public areas. The project will see the creation of inspiring new displays in the museum’s About Art and History Lab galleries, updates to the Sheffield Life & Times and What on Earth display spaces, and improvements to the upstairs picnic space. The re-development will allow Museums Sheffield to change displays more frequently, sharing more of the city’s extensive collections of archaeology, natural sciences, social history and visual art with visitors. Work on the improvements will begin in late 2015 with the last of the new-look galleries being unveiled in October 2016.