Last minute touches are being made to Tadcaster bridge before its grand re-opening, more than a year on from the floods.Read the full story ›
Children from three of the town's primary schools will be among the first to cross the new structureRead the full story ›
'Eco friendly ' homes created from converted shipping containers are on display in Sheffield.Read the full story ›
Spitalgate Heath near Grantham has been earmarked for one of the new settlements.Read the full story ›
Fireworks light up the sky over the Humber River during the official opening of Hull's tenure as UK City of Culture.
A stunning sound and light show projected onto some of Hull's major buildings launched the city's year as UK City of CultureRead the full story ›
High Street giant, the Co-op is to invest £70 million in 100 new stores across the country including ones in East and South Yorkshire next year, creating 1,500 jobs.
The retail giant is to open stores in Beverley and Sheffield but said it will focus on opening stores in London and the South East, with five new sites in the capital before the end of March.
"The Co-op has a clear food strategy, which is to deliver a great and convenient shopping experience for millions of members and customers on a daily basis.
"As part of this strategy our acquisitions programme is fundamental to its success, and we are actively seeking new opportunities."
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Steelworkers from across our region have joined thousands from across Europe to march on the streets of Brussels in the hope of saving their jobs.
Workers from Rotherham, Stocksbridge and Scunthorpe marched alongside those from Germany, Italy, France and other countries. They were calling on the EU to do more to stop China dumping cheap steel on the European market.
It's as workers from South Yorkshire face ongoing uncertainty over the sale of their plants - and bosses in Scunthorpe accuse the UK government of not doing enough to help the industry. Michael Billington reports.