Tributes have been paid to Irish singer Val Doonican, who has died aged 88. His family said he died peacefully on Wednesday night.Read the full story ›
The 81-year-old was found after he disappeared from his home on the Spanish island on the hottest day of the year so far.Read the full story ›
A new 3,500 thousand seater venue for Hull has moved a step closer. Hull City Council's agreed to put more than £36 million into building it on disused land behind Princes Quay. It will include an auditorium and a conference centre and create at least 500 jobs.
Loose Women has teamed up with a mother who lost two children to carbon monoxide poisoning to raise awareness of the danger.
Sharon Wood's two children, aged seven and six, were killed by carbon monoxide poisoning while on holiday in Corfu, Greece.
The campaign, Say No To CO, launches on Tuesday and Ms Wood will talk about how a carbon monoxide alarm could have saved her children's lives.
Ms Wood spoke about the campaign and how it will raise awareness of what she called the "silent killer".
She said: "There is nothing more important to a mother than keeping her family safe, particularly when we are away from home.
"We pack the calpol and the plasters, and now it's time we all take a CO monitor too. If my family had taken one on holiday, Christi and Bobby would most definitely still be with us."
Loose Women will also be giving away 3,000 portable carbon monoxide alarms to viewers.
The show will also run a segment on Wednesday, with experts to show the dangers of the gas as well as tips for viewers on how to keep safe.
When you look at the movie charts they will usually be filled with films costing millions of pounds to make and will star huge Hollywood names. Until now.
"Lad, a Yorkshire Story" was filmed right here in Yorkshire on a shoe string budget and features a cast of unknowns who live in the county and is storming up the online charts - two years after it was released.
It tells the tale of a teenager whose life is turned upside down, but he gets back on track thanks to the help of a park ranger in the Yorkshire Dales.
Duncan and Christine spoke to director Dan Hartley and lead actor Bretten Lord:
Le Prince's precious black and white silent films survived and a new documentary is seeking to ensure that his name is not lost to history.Read the full story ›
An exhibition is set to open in London celebrating the work of Wakefield sculptor, Barbara Hepworth.
Held in the Tate Britain, it will open later this week and is the first time in 50 years the capital has hosted a major exhibition of her work:
Olympic Gold Medal winning swimmer Rebecca Adlington has revealed that she has named her new baby girl 'Summer'.
Rebecca, who is from Mansfield in Nottinghamshire, and her husband Harry Needs welcomed their new arrival on the 8th of June.
She told Hello! Magazine: “It (labour) was the most painful thing I have ever done but also the most rewarding.
“Winning medals doesn’t really make a difference to real life but bringing a new child into the world is without a doubt our greatest achievement.”
Rebecca revealed that she managed most of her labour in a birthing pool, but had to get out when complications arose just before Summer was born.
Emmerdale star Danny Miller has led his fellow cast members in a remake of the "Is This The Way To Amarillo" video for charity.Read the full story ›
This weekend sees the start of ITV's new suspense thriller Black Work, starring Sheridan Smith.
The award-winning actress from Epworth in Lincolnshire stars as policewoman Jo Gillespie whose undercover detective husband dies under suspicious circumstances.
The three-part drama was filmed at locations all over Yorkshire including Leeds, Otley and Huddersfield.
Daniel Harris reports: