Lincon council chiefs are to consider whether to support a £250million development that could provide over 2,700 homes in the city.
Bradford has been named the most likely place for innocent drivers to be caught up in "Crash for Cash" scams
£29million is being made available to Police and Crime Commissioners to help deliver Restorative Justice for victims.
A walk is taking place in Huddersfield today to highlight the problem of people relying on loan sharks.
It is being led by the town's MP, Barry Sheerman, who says more can be done for people to access affordable credit.
The walk - dubbed Sharkstoppers - begins at midday on New Street.
– Barry Sheerman MP
I believe that local residents can really help to spread the message about the dangers of using loan sharks. I'd love to see them walk through the town with me. Let's raise awareness of this issue!
Bank notes worth tens of thousands of pounds have been found floating in a river in Spalding.
The cash, thought to total around 60 thousand pounds, was spotted in the South Drove Drain near Spalding town centre on Friday 25 October.
The Bank of England is expected to be drafted in to help police examine the notes. Detectives say anyone who wants to claim the money will need 'evidence of ownership'.
Those responsible for ruining lives through crime should meet their victims face-to-face, according to the Ministry of Justice.
The Government has announced a £29m funding boost for the criminal justice system to introduce more "restorative justice" measures, in the hopes of cutting re-offending.
A recent study by the Ministry of Justice linked the conferencing process of restorative justice with a 14% cut in re-offending, while 85% of victims who took part said they were satisfied with the experience.
Police and Crime Commissioners (PCCs) and charities will receive the funding, which has been recovered from offenders, Justice Minister Damian Green said.
Hull City Council is launching an online survey today to get residents views as to which services in the city should be prioritised, before they set next year's budget.
The council is asking people for their views as to which ten services they value most and which they value least.
The Council is urging all customers and residents, partners and interested stakeholders to take part in the survey, available at www.hullcc.gov.uk/valuehull.**
***It is estimated that Hull City Council will have £48 million less funding over the next two years.*
The survey will be available on the Council website from today until Friday December 13. For customers who are unable to access online services at home, the survey will be available on the network computers in customer service centres or libraries. Staff will be happy to help with this.
The first ever Good All Round Awards which will share £140,000 amongst 14 deserving charities based in and around Bradford will be held tonight at 7.30pm at the National Media Museum.
Calendar's Christine Talbot is hosting this evening's event . The money was donated by Sovereign Health Care in celebration of its 140th anniversary.
There is a growing number of shoppers who will manage to avoid the traditional festive crush this year - opting instead to pick up their presents online.
For the first time ever, it is predicted that Britons will splash out more than ten billion pounds over the internet during December.
That is great news for some of the country's biggest online suppliers who have huge depots in our region employing hundreds of people.
But maybe not such good news for our smaller high street traders - some of whom are fighting for their very survival. Tina Gelder reports.
Plans to cut almost nine hundred jobs in West Yorkshire have moved a step closer today. Budget proposals for Bradford and Kirklees councils have been approved to move on to public consultation, with final approval in February.
Up to two hundred of those jobs will be cut from Kirklees council services, and almost seven hundred in Bradford. David Green, leader of Bradford city council, says the cuts don't sit easily with him.
The final two defendants involved in a £1.28m fraud against the Department for Environment Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) in York have been jailed.
Michael William Bostock, 39, of Stafford was jailed for three years and six months after previously pleading guilty to money laundering the proceeds of the £1.28m theft from DEFRA. He was also disqualified from being a company director for five years.
Michael Ian Davies, 48, of Staffordshire, was sentenced to 15 months in jail.
The pair were part of an organised crime gang who used the proceeds to buy luxury cars and £830,000 worth of gold.