The average brick in an Emmerdale home would be worth £50, giving the fictional village the second highest property values of all the soaps.Read the full story ›
'Pat' the peacock vanished from his North Yorkshire village after shots were heard in the dead of night.Read the full story ›
A teddy bear blasted into space by pupils at Pocklington Prep has returned home battered but with some thrilling footage from his adventure.Read the full story ›
Little Joseph Al Fadhili told his parents to give his presents this year to migrant children - as one toy is enough for him to play with.Read the full story ›
A West Yorkshire publican is thought the be the UK's oldest - as he's still pulling pints at the ripe old age of 87.Read the full story ›
Sir Patrick Stewart, who plays Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men films, says that the forthcoming Wolverine film is likely to be his last appearance in the franchise.
Filming is currently under way on The Wolverine sequel which is due for release in March next year. Speaking to our reporter Adam Fowler at the University of Huddersfield earlier, Sir Patrick said:
I would imagine this is probably the end of this franchise for me. But the thing about science fiction and fantasy is that you can never, ever say it's the end, it's over.
The as-yet-untitled Wolverine film will mark Sir Patrick Stewart's seventh appearance as the character (including cameos in the previous two films). Star Hugh Jackman has already said it will be his last outing in the titular role.
Sir Patrick went on to say that in this film, he will play a 'very different Charles Xavier... nothing like the Charles Xavier you've seen in the past'.
A driver found a solution to the sweltering heat when they created a homemade convertible - by chopping off the car's roof.Read the full story ›
It's congratulations to Doncaster's Bailey Matthews who completed his latest triathlon yesterday at his very own event. Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, staged a shortened version of the triathlon in Derby that ran alongside an event hosted by formula one star Jenson Button.
He completed all the stages in just over half an hour - this time crossing the line without taking the now famous tumbles that made him an internet sensation almost a year ago. Here he is in action.
Thousands of people have stripped and been painted blue as they starred in an installation to celebrate Hull's relationship with the sea.Read the full story ›
16-month-old pup Hugo had to be rescued by firefighters after he fell into a drainage culvert whilst on a walk with his owners.Read the full story ›