A new engineering train - one of the longest and most expensive ever - is aiming to make land slips like the one in Hatfield last year a thing of the past, by keeping the condition of the track up to scratch.
The huge slip in South Yorkshire in 2013 cut off the railway line at Hatfield, causing a mass of twisted tracks which put the line out of action for five months while repairs were carried out. It cost tens of millions of pounds to put right.
ITV's Mike Pearse has been to see the new train in action:
New technology devised by a former West Yorkshire police officer is being used in the fight against metal theft.
The invention uses a gun to imprint microscopic dots in sheets of metal which can be traced back to the original owner.
It has just been fitted at Ripley Castle in North Yorkshire.
After years in the planning, and even last minute legal wrangling, the diggers today moved in to start the preparation work for the £450 million Able Marine Energy Park in North Lincolnshire.
Meanwhile in Grimsby, the energy giant E.on opened its offshore wind operations and maintenance base. Both projects are set to create thousands of jobs and transform the local economy. Sarah Clark reports.
The Communities Secretary today opened part of the Humber Offshore Wind Farm.
The development has been billed as a major milestone.
"We've hit significant milestones in the successful development of the Humber Gateway Wind Farm and hope to continue this trend until its proposed completion in 2015. So far, this has proved to be an important project for the area, creating a number of job opportunities and business for locally based companies during the construction process.
"The wind farm will be one of the UK's largest offshore sites, generating enough clean, green electricity to power up to 170,000 homes in the area, further highlighting the UK's continued investment in renewable energy sources."
The site's £3 million onshore facility has also been completed in Grimsby Fish Dock, which will accommodate the Operations and Maintenance Team with offices, stores, a workshop and wind farm control room. The building has its own solar array, roof top wind turbines and charging points for electric vehicles - helping to boost the project's green credentials.
Two vessels, the Spirit of Hoton and Spirit of Sunthorp, have recently been delivered to the site and will shortly be deployed for operations.
The third vessel, the Spirit of Turmarr, will be delivered in March.
Each vessel has been named after old villages lost through coastal erosion along the Holderness Coast.
There are major developments in the bid to make the Humber region the hub of the UK's renewable energy industry.
The Communities Secretary, Eric Pickles, today officially opened the Operations and Maintenance facility for the Humber Offshore Windfarm.
It comes after the £700 million Humber Gateway offshore wind farm reached a key milestone in its construction programme, including the successful completion of the first phase foundations.
24 foundations consisting of a tubular steel "monopile" have been driven into the seabed, creating the foundation bases for the turbines. The next major phase of work is set to commence in April, consisting of the installation of a further forty nine foundations.
Due to the scale of the development and upcoming work, E.ON will soon be recruiting an additional 13 people to join the Operations team.
Military aircrew from as far afield as Australia and the Czech Republic are in North Yorkshire to train British helicopter crews for war. RAF pilots, some who have served in Afghanistan, are being trained in advanced air warfare skills.
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A blind dog in Spalding has become the first in the country to sport a simple but ingenious new gadget that will stop him bumping in to things.
It also makes him look a little bit like an angel. It is called the Muffin's Halo and as Adam Fowler found out, it marks the latest chapter in a remarkable dog's life.
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Two tractors have been given a hi-tech makeover so they can create a free wifi hotspot during the Yorkshire stage of the Tour De France. With a range of 500 metres in all directions, they will be situated in four of the busiest spots on the route, moving from Stage 1 to Stage 2 overnight.
During the first stage, one tractor will be located at the Yorkshire Dales National Park Visitor Centre in Hawes, where 5,000 people are expected to converge. The other will be at the Visitor Centre in Grassington, where National Park staff are expecting to welcome around 3,000 people.
For stage two, one tractor will head to the Steel Stage event at High Bradfield near Sheffield and the other will provide wifi access for spectators gathering in Holme village at the foot of the Holme Moss climb.
It's all thanks to a collaboration between the NFU, Massey Ferguson and satellite broadband company Avonline.