Kate Hemingway revisits a town in Lincolnshire which had its High Street thrown into the spotlight two years ago after the Queen of Shops Mary Portas, was hired by the Government to turn it around.
A regeneration team in Market Rasen is now putting plans in place to carry on the work - but some residents say the Portas scheme has failed to deliver.
The chair of Parliament's transport select committee has criticised Network Rail after a report out today says that our region is getting less new rolling stock than the south of the country.
Construction work has started on a £300million wind turbine production and installation plant in Hull, which is being hailed as the most significant investment in the Humber region for a century.
Siemens is investing the huge sum at the city's Alexandra Dock, which the company says will create up to a 1,000 full time jobs.
Experts say the region has the potential to be the a world-class renewable energy hub.
Fiona Dwyer was at today's ground-breaking ceremony:
Energy and Climate Change Secretary Ed Davey has been in Hull to help launch the new £310 Siemen's renewable energy project.
Environment Secretary Ed Davey is in Hull this afternoon helping to launch the Siemens project.
The 310 million pound investment in renewable energy will create one thousand new jobs in East Yorkshire. The offshore wind turbine manufacturing and assembly facilities will be based in Hull's Alexandra Dock. And this afternoon there is an opening ceremony to mark the start of construction.
Budget supermarket giant Aldi is to build its largest UK store in Lincolnshire. The supermarket chain is to build a 19,000 feet store in Louth on the site of the old Malt Kiln building which is due to be demolished by the end of next month. The store is due to open in the Autumn.
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Dairy farmers across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire fear they will be forced out of business unless more is done to protect them from falls in milk prices.
Prices have come under pressure from a combination of rising supply and falling demand, particularly as a result of lower-than-expected demand from China and Russia's ban on food imports.
The industry has the backing of MPs who are calling for new powers to fine supermakets over disputes.
Chris Kiddey has been to meet one farmer from West Yorkshire:
Michael Davenport, a dairy farmer from Osgodby in Lincolnshire, now produces cheese as well as milk.
He produces 500 thousand litres of milk a year and uses one third of that for cheese production. Michael says his cheese accounts for two thirds of his profitable turnover so it's a lifeline for his business.
The Environment, Food and Rural Affairs Select Committee says dairy farmers need greater protection in the face of sharp falls in the price of milk. It is urging the government to extend the Groceries Code Adjudicator's (GCA) remit to include dairy farmers in the scheme, which covers suppliers to the big supermarkets and retailers.
The Thirsk and Malton MP Anne McIntosh is chair of EFRA and she says the charging of 89p for two litres of milk in supermarkets is "not appropriate".