Residents in a market town in East Yorkshire are demanding action over a smell from a water treatment works, which they claim is blighting their lives. They've described the stench hovering over part of Beverley as unbearable. They are handing over a petition to their local MP. But Yorkshire Water says it is spending millions of pounds to try to solve the problem. Fiona Dwyer reports.
Police are appealing for witnesses after one man died and two others were injured in a crash near Beverley.
It happened around 1.30am on Sunday July 26, when a blue Audi A3 is believed to have lost control on a bend on Meaux Lane in Routh and collided with a tree.
The driver, a 25-year-old Hull man suffered serious injuries, along with the 20-year-old back seat passenger. The front seat passenger, 20-year-old man from Hull was pronounced dead at the scene.
The driver was later released from hospital and arrested on suspicion of causing death by dangerous driving.
Top class cycling came to the streets of Beverley last night when round six of the British Cycling Elite Circuit Series was held in the market town.
Felix English sprinted to victory in the Beverley Grand Prix just inches ahead of Series leader Jon Mould with last year's Beverley GP winner Mike Northey in third.
Michael Wilson from the Royal National Institute for Blind People (RNIB) has told ITV Calendar that the issues faced by Dianne Woodford in Beverley are commonplace across the country.
A blind woman from Beverley is campaigning to have advertising boards removed from the streets in the town.
Dianne Woodford wants them banned so that she, and others like her, aren't at risk of being injured:
A parade of servicemen and women has taken place in Beverley to mark the town's Armed Forces Day. Representatives of the army, navy and air force were at the open air event which began a day of celebrations to honour those who serve their country. James Webster reports.
The seventh Beverley Armed Forces Day is taking place in the town today. The event had been under threat after a funding shortfall, but thanks to support of local residents and community groups, enough money was raised for the day to go ahead.
The Defence School of Transport based in Leconfield is exercising its Freedom of the Borough accompanied by veterans and members of the Humberside and South Yorkshire Army Cadet Force.
The support from residents and community groups has been tremendous and I would like to thank them all for ensuring the event goes ahead. I would also like to take this opportunity to thank all the volunteers who year after year help put the event on from those that move seats and barriers to performers who all give up their time without financial reward.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund has lost 7-6 (7/4) 6-1 6-2 to Ukrainian Alexandr Dolgopolov in the first round at Wimbledon.
Beverley's Kyle Edmund takes on the Ukranian number one Alexandr Dolgopolov at Wimbledon today.
Edmund - currently ranked at a career high 101 in the world has a tough match on his hands with the Ukranian having reached the last 32 in the past two years.
Farms across the region have been opening their doors to children this week - and for many it will be their first visit to a working farm.
It is hoped the visits will make children think more carefully about where their food - and clothes- come from. Helen Steel reports from a farm near Beverley.