Former airmen who became members of what's known as the 'Guinea Pig Club' meet at the Yorkshire Air Museum to mark its 75th anniversary.Read the full story ›
Sheffield City Council will launch its smoke-free playground policy across 152 children's playgrounds across the city today.
Signage which has been developed in collaboration with Sheffield schoolchildren will be clearly displayed at entrances to all playgrounds to inform people about the new policy.
The Council wants to change social norms around smoking and reduce the number of children who start smoking each year in the city.
The policy comes as a result of a consultation with 1500 local people including smokers, non-smokers, parents, non-parents and e-cigarette users.
Parents and children will be encouraged to pledge their support to keep playgrounds smoke free at the launch event.
Chris King became the first person in the UK to have a double hand transplant after being injured in an accident at work three years ago.Read the full story ›
Skin cancer is one of the most common cancers in the world. Here's how you can spot the symptoms, diagnose and treat it.Read the full story ›
There are calls to reform the way benefit assessments are carried out, after claims that some conditions are being unfairly overlooked.
The ME Association has told Calendar that it has has seen a rise in the number of calls it is getting from people with the illness, who have been turned down for financial help because they hadn't displayed their symptoms on the day they were assessed.
Katie Oscroft has met woman from Leeds who suffers from chronic fatigue and who says she's been refused benefits because assessors don't understand her illness.
It's congratulations to Doncaster's Bailey Matthews who completed his latest triathlon yesterday at his very own event. Bailey, who has cerebral palsy, staged a shortened version of the triathlon in Derby that ran alongside an event hosted by formula one star Jenson Button.
He completed all the stages in just over half an hour - this time crossing the line without taking the now famous tumbles that made him an internet sensation almost a year ago. Here he is in action.
Five people have been seriously injured after a helicopter crashed at Breighton Airfield near Selby this evening.
The emergency services were called to the former RAF base just after 6pm following reports that a helicopter had crashed.
Two people were taken by air ambulance to hospital - one to Leeds General Infirmary and the other to Hull Royal Infirmary.
The three other injured people were taken to hospital by ambulance. None of the injuries are believed to be life threatening .
The Air Accident Investigation Branch will be leading the investigation to establish what caused the crash.
A trainee teacher from Huddersfield is backing a campaign encouraging holiday makers to take carbon monoxide detectors abroad with them after her flatmate died from carbon monoxide poisoning.
Francesca Dingley was killed after inhailing toxic fumes from a faulty boiler in the China flat she shared with Emily Flaherty last Feburary.
Emma Nelson from Harrogate, who lost her hair in her mid-teens, believes alopecia is not taken seriously enough.Read the full story ›
Children's heart surgery looks set to stay in West Yorkshire under new plans announced by NHS England.Read the full story ›