Hundreds of passengers are having to use Leeds Train Station in darkness, following a power cut this morning.
A new-look Grimsby Top Town Market will be unveiled today following a £100,000 revamp
The boss of The Deep has described how the attraction nearly bankrupted the entire city of Hull.
The launch will see the retailer use Ocado's recently opened distribution centre in Warwickshire for deliveries through a Morrisons-liveried fleet.
The 25-year deal involves Morrisons paying up to £170 million to Ocado to acquire the site and equipment.
– Morrisons chief executive Dalton Philips
This agreement is a significant strategic step for Morrisons.
From a standing start, Morrisons will be competing in the fast-growing online channel by the end of this year with a really compelling proposition.
The customer gets our affordable fresh food delivered by Ocado's state-of-the-art distribution system.
Supermarket Morrisons is to start its online groceries business by the end of this year after unveiling a tie-up with delivery firm Ocado.
Ocado is closely linked with Waitrose, exclusively delivering the supermarket's products - as well as its own and those of branded ranges - to its customers and the move is likely to spark a backlash.
Mark Price, managing director of Waitrose, recently told The Sunday Telegraph its lawyers would seek to examine any tie-up between the other two companies.
The future of Lincolnshire's only surviving livestock market will be discussed at a meeting today. There's been concern ever since East Lindsey District Council put the market in Louth up for sale a few years ago.
Despite the fears, the Thursday cattle market is continuing to do well and also acts as a weekly meeting place for farmers and offers services such as health checks and the Lincolnshire Rural Support Network.
The people of Sheffield are being asked to have their say on the future of the city centre. Public consultations are being held at the winter gardens today and tomorrow on the planned regeneration. The sessions kick off a six week consultation period on the city centre Masterplan.
It outlines how the council will take the regeneration of Sheffield city centre forward, with officers on hand at the meetings to answer questions. The new plan sets out the authority's vision for the city centre - with a focus on retail, economy and sustainability.
A proposed potash mine in the North York Moors would cost the tourist industry almost 40 million pounds in lost revenue, according to a report by the National Park authority.
The mine would be almost entirely hidden from view once it's up and running. But there are concerns over the four years it would take to prepare the site, which is near Whitby. But the mining company believes the report was compiled using flawed data. Here's Chris Frazer from York Potash.
The project to bring high speed rail services to Yorkshire has around a £3 billion funding gap according to the National Audit Office.
The controversial new HS2 link will cut the journey time from Leeds to London to just an hour and 20 minutes and is due to be completed by 2033. The government spending watchdog says Ministers have yet to decide where three-point-three billion pounds worth of funding for the project is coming from.
Geraldine Barker from the National Audit Office and Rail Minister Simon Burns say the project is still in the early stages.
It's too early in the High Speed 2 programme to conclude on the likelihood of its achieving value for money. Our concern at this point is the lack of clarity around the Department's objectives. **The strategic case for the network should be better developed at this stage of the programme. It is intended to demonstrate the need for the line but so far presents limited evidence on forecast passenger demand and expected capacity shortages on existing lines.
– Amyas Morse, head of the National Audit Office
It is also unclear how High Speed 2 will transform regional economies by delivering jobs and growth. The Department is trying against a challenging timetable to strengthen its evidence and analysis, which at present provide a weak foundation for securing and demonstrating success in the programme in future.
The National Audit Office has expressed "reservations" about the Department of Transport's business case in planning for the High Speed 2 rail network.
In a report out today, it says the Department has "poorly articulated" the strategic need for a transformation in rail capacity and how High Speed 2 would help generate regional economic growth.
According to the report, the Department's method for appraising the project put a high emphasis on journey-time savings, from faster and more reliable journeys.
However, the relationship between these savings and the strategic reasons for doing the project, such as rebalancing regional economies, was "unclear" .
The NAO says it is also unclear whether the business case covers just the route between London and the West Midlands (phase one, due to open in 2026) or the full Y-shaped network with lines from Birmingham to Manchester and Leeds respectively (phase two, due to open in 2032).
The Y-network had a stronger economic case but this was much less certain as route designs were less well-developed. And the NAO estimates that there is a £3.3 billion funding gap over four years (2017-18 to 2020-21) which the government has yet to decide how to fill.
It's a rare find ..... and a complete Victorian street is being being brought back to life after being found beneath a shopping centre in Keighley in West Yorkshire.
The hidden gem, created at the end of the 19th century was discovered under the town's Royal Arcade and now plans are afoot to make good use of it as Adam Fowler reports.
A ground breaking ceremony has taken place to mark the start of construction on a new office development in Leeds city centre. It's hoped the £5.5 million five storey building in Wellington Place will attract new businesses to the area.