A public meeting is being held in Kimberworth, Rotherham, this evening to discuss plans for a landfill site.Read the full story ›
Members of an action group campaigning to save trees in Sheffield from the axe protest outside the city's town hall.Read the full story ›
A sixty foot sinkole which opened up in Ripon last month is being filled with concrete.Read the full story ›
A sixty foot sinkole which opened up in Ripon last month is to be filled in with concrete today.
The giant hole appeared in the back gardens of properties on Magdalens Road, causing twelve homes to be evacuated.
The first wind turbine blade to be manufactured at the plant at Alexandra Dock has been unveiled by the Secretary of State for Industry.Read the full story ›
Nearly 250 campaigners gathered in Lincoln last night to oppose plans for a new waste processing plant in the city.
The company Veolia has submitted a planning application to the county council for the waste transfer plant on Long Leys Road.
Veolia has told Calendar the facility would create fuel from commercial waste that could be used to generate electricity - a useful alternative to sending it to landfill.
But campaigners hope an alternative site can be found before a decision is made next year. Here's councillor Robert Parker from Lincolnshire County Council.
Preparations are underway for an open day allowing people to go behind-the-scenes on the work to fix the bridge since the Boxing Day floods.Read the full story ›
At 11.23am, the gap between the moon and the Earth will be at its shortest point - known as "perigee" - a distance of 221,525 miles.Read the full story ›
There are concerns wet weather over the weekend could cause a sinkhole in North Yorkshire to continue to expand.
The hole opened in a back garden on Magdalen's Road in Ripon, late on Wednesday night. Twelve homes along the road have been evacuated and the area remains cordoned off.
Geological experts say the sinkhole is still a risk to the public and are asking residents to avoid the area.
The Ripon sinkhole is now 60 feet across and 30 feet deep. Experts from the British Geological Society are at the scene.Read the full story ›