A football team in Hull is using soccer to encourage men to come forward and discuss their mental health problems.
Today Blokes United challenged a team from Humberside Police to a game to raise money and improve the awareness of mental health issues for men.
Martin Fisher went along to the match - and spoke to Blokes United co-founder Chris Johnson and PC Darren Kirkwood.
The Shadow Health Secretary has been in Doncaster today, as part of campaign for more NHS funding.Read the full story ›
East Midlands Ambulance Service says crews have spent more than 8,800 hours waiting outside A and E departments in the last six monthsRead the full story ›
Campaigners who are fighting to keep emergency services at Huddersfield Royal Infirmary open are hosting a public meeting this evening.Read the full story ›
The special episode will include changes to camerawork and editing to give viewers an insight into the confusion caused by the illness.Read the full story ›
Patients have staged a protest outside a doctors' surgery in Keighley amid fears it may close.Read the full story ›
Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust says it is still working under major incident status following Sunday's cyber attack.
Tomorrow all planned operations, outpatients appointments and diagnostic procedures have been cancelled, although there are a few exceptions.
Patients with appointments in the following services should attend as normal:
- Therapy services
- Community services
- Physiological measurements
Patients who have appointments in all other departments, including surgery, should assume their appointment/procedure is cancelled unless they receive a telephone call to say otherwise.
The Trust says all cancelled appointments will be rescheduled as soon as possible.
The union UNISON has called for United Lincolnshire Hospitals NHS Trust to address its "woefully low staffing levels".Read the full story ›
Doctors in Kirklees and Calderdale are meeting to discuss a vote of no confidence in the Clinical Commissioning Groups that backed plans to shut down Huddersfield's Accident and Emergency unit.
It comes after bosses voted unanimously to approve the plans that would see urgent care centralised in Halifax. GPs on the Local Medical Committee, which represents 37 practices in Huddersfield, will decide whether to use their power to remove managers overseeing the change.