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.
An amazing Lotto jackpot prize of £10,000,000 has yet to be claimed from a ticket bought Bradford. The National Lottery will be targeting locals across the city today, urging everyone to check their tickets.
A giant ad van displaying all the crucial information about the missing ticket will be on site at Bradford City Hall, Centenary Square, before heading off around the area to ensure that no one can fail to see the six luckiest numbers in Bradford.
Drivers in Hawes in North Yorkshire could see their fuel prices cut. It comes as part of the UK's application to the European Commission to extend the rural fuel rebate scheme.
The town was judged to meet strict criteria, for example showing pricing similar to that of islands currently eligible for discount.
The UK now needs to gain approval for the expanded scheme from the EC. If approved, it could cut up to five pence from the price of a litre.
The final decision on the scheme is expected next year.
Shocking figures have been released claiming that almost a quarter of children in Barnsley are living in poverty. It's claimed that figure rises to almost half of all children, in parts of Thurnscoe.
Mark Wood, of Barnsley Council's Supporting People group, said deprivation was measured by levels of income, health and disability, education and skills, housing and crime.
Hull and Asia might not seem the likeliest of bedfellows, but a new agreement is set to strengthen trading ties between the city and Singapore and Thailand.
The Hull & Humber Chamber of Commerce are building on the existing links with their counterparts in British-Singapore and British-Thailand.
The new Memorandums of Understanding (MOU) mean that the parties will promote each other and create business opportunities in shipping, logistics and renewable energy.
Campaigner Joe Salmon & New Generation Transport Project Director David Haskins
Protesters opposed to a £250m trolleybus scheme for Leeds have been lobbying the city council as the deadline for objections looms.
Protesters opposed to a 250 million pound trolleybus scheme for Leeds have been lobbying the city council as the deadline for objections looms.
Campaigners gathered with placards to voice their concerns about the scheme ahead of a meeting at the civic hall. Transport bosses say it'll bring employment and other benefits to the city. But those against argue the price tag is too high. The public consultations finishes at the end of the month.
Campaigners against the new proposed Trolleybus scheme in Leeds are staging a demonstration outside the city's Civic Hall today. It is ahead of a meeting where plans for the project will be discussed.
The region's caravan and motorhome makers will be hoping for a boost from a new exhibition this week. It showcases the best of the products which are built mainly in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire.
It's not been an easy few years for the industry with the downturn in the economy and a subsequent fall in demand. But, as Chris Halpin reports from the National Exhibition Centre, even high profile TV stars are now big caravan fans.
A foodbank in Doncaster has already had to give away almost a tonne of food, just three weeks after opening.
It comes on the day they Trussel Trust, a charity which runs more than 400 foodbanks in the country, called on the government for a public inquiry into why so many are turning to them for support.
Organisers in Doncaster say they've already helped nearly a hundred people who haven't got enough money to buy food. It's in line with foodbanks across Yorkshire and the Humber who've helped three times the number they did last year. Mark Snelson runs the Doncaster foodbank.
The employment minister says a fall in unemployment shows the UK economy is 'turning a corner'. The number of people out of work in Yorkshire and the Humber fell by 6,000 in the three months to August.
Nationally, more than 1.1 million people have been unemployed for up to six months, down 32,000, but those out of work for between six months and a year rose by 29,000 to 446,000. The number of people out of work for over a year fell by 15,000 to 900,000.
– Esther McVey, Employment Minister
"Today's figures show a rise in employment of more than a million under this Government, and they show that there are now more people in work than ever before. That's a really positive sign of growth in the UK economy, and a credit to British businesses for creating those jobs. We are not complacent - there's still work to do - but with more than 500,000 vacancies currently available, and with all the signs being that the economy is turning a corner, we can see that there are opportunities out there for hardworking people who aspire to get on in life."