A 70-year-old woman from Chesterfield is raising money for the hospital which saved her - by doing her second sky dive.
A South Yorkshire soldier - the most seriously injured serviceman to survive the conflict in Afghanistan - has completed his Arctic trek.
A parkour facility is opening for the first time in Grimsby today
The police horse who was punched by a football thug during violence on derby day will be back on duty this weekend.
Bud will return to Newcastle, the city where he was attacked, as part of a major operation to keep the peace between EDL supporters and their opponents.
A 45-year-old was arrested after Bud, who belongs to West Yorkshire Police, was hit by a right hook following Newcastle United's 3-0 defeat to arch-rivals Sunderland last month.
His presence at the EDL march and a protest by their opponents was specially requested by Northumbria Police, which has been planning its operation for months.Bud suffered no long-lasting harm from the punch, and was showered with gifts from well-wishers who posted treats to his stables.
Avid collector Neil Brittlebank from East Ardsley has been collecting for the past 25 years.
In that time he's accumulated 5000 book marks, 1500 books and now his newest collection is bricks. He has 150 and they're all positioned proudly in his garden
Nile Rodgers, the musician, composer, arranger and producer is to join a stellar line up at Myrtle Park August 30 - September 1st.
Acts already confirmed for the festival include Primal Scream, The Cribs, The Human League, The Wonder Stuff, The Fratellis, Lucy Spraggan, Charlie Brown, The Lake Poets, The Temperance Movement, Loveable Rogues, Summer Camp, Rose and the Howling North, and Holy Moly and the Crackers
A sheep dog from Howden, East Yorkshire has entered the record books after being sold for £9,240 at auction. That makes him the border collie the most expensive sheep dog in the world. You can check him out for free, above.
A man from North Lincolnshire has beaten off competition from more than 100 people in the UK, Europe and America to win a limerick competition celebrating life at sea.
Michael Green, from New Holland, triumphed in the annual contest organised by the Shipwrecked Mariners' Society.
Entries in the Seafaring Limerick Competition were judged by celebrity poet Matt Harvey.
– Michael Green's winning limerick
There was an old seadog from Hull,
Whose features resembled a gull,
His voice was a squawk,
His waddle a walk,
And his outlook was invariably dull.
Michael entered the competition due to his love of limericks and a family connection with the sea. His late Great Uncle served on the Queen Mary and his sister on the QE2.
When you reach the grand old age of 100, you expect a celebration - but perhaps a fairly quiet one.
But Connie Hedge's celebrations in Lincolnshire involved the Town Crier, cowboys and a crowd of onlookers, as Helen Steel reports.
Councillor Ann Castle, Lord Mayor of Leeds
Six thousand runners hit the streets of Leeds of today for the annual Half Marathon. Organisers are hoping to beat the one hundred and fifty thousand pounds they raised for various charities last year.
It's the second time the event has been overseen by Run For All - the organisation responsible for similar events across the Calendar region and which aims to continue the charity work of Jane Tomlinson wo raised nearly two million pounds for charity before she died.
If you've got a community project which you think could benefit from up to £50,000, you better get your skates on! The People's Millions is coming back to ITV - it's a fantastic opportunity to improve the lives of the community where you live. Applications must be in by tomorrow midday.