Education chiefs will meet later to decide the fate of three East Yorkshire primary schools which face closure.
The children's museum Eureka in Halifax opens its doors to a brand new £2.9 million exhibition.
The number of people in the region with the most serious form of skin cancer has risen by 89 per cent amongst those under 34.
Endangered coral and clams have been given a new home in Hull, after being transported across the world by smugglers. The marine creatures we seized by the UK Boarder agency at Heathrow Airport, but were too fragile to be transported back.
Endangered coral and clams from the South Pacific that were smuggled into the country have been given a new home at The Deep in Hull. They're in quarantine, but will soon go on display.
Parents at an East Yorkshire primary school at risk of closure are calling for education bosses to let them share a headteacher with another school.
Last month dozens of mums and dads took part in a demonstration to try and keep Dunswell Primary in Hull open. Today they attended a council meeting to put forward their suggestion to share a headmaster with nearby Woodmansey Primary School.
The authority is looking at closing Dunswell in July 2014 - after the old headteacher retired.
The children's museum Eureka in Halifax has opened its doors to a brand new £2.9 million exhibition. The "All About ME" gallery explores the workings of the human body and a very special team of experts were on hand to make sure everything was up to scratch.
A school for autistic children in Grimsby closes today. Parents who campaigned to keep Asdrel open are looking into setting up another support service.** **
A spokesman for North East Lincolnshire Council said:
"The Educational Psychology Asdrel Team has previously offered advice and support on meeting the educational needs of a small group of children and young people with autism in mainstream schools and academies.This service will cease to be provided by the Educational Psychology Team with effect from 29 March 2013.
– Spokesman for North East Lincolnshire Council
The educational needs of children and young people with autism in mainstream schools and academies are now being met through access to a range of services and provision; these include the SEN Support Service based at the Western Technology Site, which provides advice, support and guidance.
The Lord Lieutenant of West Yorkshire, Dr Ingrid Roscoe, is pictured on a visit to the Ahamdiyya Muslim Assocition at Baitus Samad Mosque in Huddersfield. Dr Roscoe was given a tour of the mosque and shown an exhibition of the Holy Quran and Prophet of Islam Holy Prophet Muhammad.
Dr Roscoe also heard about the charitable work undertaken by the mosque, especially in relation to blood donations, tree planting, helping the homesess and raising funds for many other charitable British causes such as the Royal British Legion.
Fatihul-Haq President of the Ahamidiiya Muslim Association Huddersfield told Dr Roscoe of the association's motto "Love for all, Hatred for None" and presented her with a copy of the Holy Quran.
Plans to stop youngsters being abused at Islamic faith schools were outlined at a conference in Bradford today.
There'll be more training and guidance for those involved in teaching children in mosques and madrass's.
Plans to stop youngsters being abused at Islamic faith schools have been outlined at a conference in Bradford today.
There will be more training and guidance for those involved in teaching children in mosques.