The Brigg and Goole MP Andrew Percy is calling on the Government to look at the possibility of replacing the Red Arrows fleet earlier than is proposed, in the hope of saving jobs at the BAE site in Brough.
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Plans for a new designer outlet in North Yorkshire has been given the go-ahead with construction due to start next year.Read the full story ›
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New research shows that not enough is being done to get girls and women into science and engineering careers with tens of thousands giving up on such careers.
In the last year the number of women going into science, technology, engineering and mathematics, the so-called STEM sector - has fallen.
Now a Yorkshire based organisation which aims to promote science industries for women has gone on the campaign trail and wants change to start right from school age. James Webster reports.
The last missing body in the rubble of Didcot Power Station was removed from the site early today.
A guard of honour of more than a dozen workers from the emergency services was formed as the body, thought to be that of sixty one year old John Shaw, who was from Rotherham , was taken away at about 6.30amy this morning.
Mr Shaw was one of four workers including Ken Cresswell, who was also from Rotherham, who were killed in a partial collapse of the Oxfordshire power station exactly 200 days ago.
Bus workers who have taken part in a series of strikes in Leeds have called off their next walkout so that pay talks can take place.
Members of the Unite union were on the picket line today in an ongoing dispute with First West Yorkshire.
But a six-hour stoppage due for Monday has been suspended so that talks can take place either on Tuesday or Wednesday.
The management has been in touch today to say that they now wish to enter into meaningful pay negotiations which will take place under the auspices of the conciliation service, Acas.
As a result, the six-hour strike on Monday has been suspended.
Unite will be entering into these talks in a positive and constructive fashion to seek a fair settlement for our members which would avoid any further industrial action causing inconvenience to the travelling public of Leeds.
Unite won’t be commenting again until next week’s talks have concluded.
Women from local branches of a pension campaign group have been protesting in London today.
Women Against State Pension Inequality, or WASPI, are campaigning against the Government's raising of their retirement age. Women who were expecting to retire at 60 have now been told they will have to wait until they are 66.
But these campaigners from Yorkshire say they haven't had time to prepare themselves financially.