A dog from Grassington, North Yorkshire, has been shortlisted in the PDSA Pet Survivor Awards 2013 - a national competition to find the nation's most incredible pet survival story.
Originally nicknamed 'Wufra' but now called Will due to his incredible will to live, this courageous, Saluki/Lurcher cross, was nominated for the competition by his new owners, Brian and Helen Coates.
The couple took the three-year-old pooch on after he was saved from certain death on Buckden Pike, where he somehow survived for at least three weeks with no food or water and a broken leg.
A dog named Rex from Brough in East Yorkshire has also been shortlisted for the award after he survived being hit by a train and thrown across tracks.
A Blackburn Buccaneer jet was an unusual sight on the roads of East and North Yorkshire today as it travelled from BAE in Brough to its new home at Elvington Airfield near York.
The Blackburn Buccaneer XV168 from BAE Systems, Brough is on its to Elvington near York this morning due to scaling back of the East Yorkshire site. The journey was delayed due to cars blocking the route in Brough and is expected to take up to four hours to complete.
Friends and family will turn out for the funeral of Yorkshire comedian Norman Collier today. The 87-year-old passed away at his care home in Brough earlier this month.
Union bosses say the future for BAE employees is once again uncertain after plans to sell the plant in Brough were announced.
Part of the site will be redeveloped while the rest is leased back to the aerospace giant. It's claimed the move could bring employment and a boost to the local economy - despite the hundreds of people who have been made redundant in the past 18 months.
Union bosses have cautiously welcomed plans to sell part of the BAE Systems plant in Brough to an investor. It could mean more jobs in the area.
Defence giant BAE Systems has won a £2.5 billion deal to sell 20 aircraft to Oman, helping to sustain thousands of jobs in the UK including their site at Brough in East Yorkshire.
The contract for 12 Typhoon and eight Hawk aircraft was welcomed by Prime Minister David Cameron, who will visit the Middle Eastern state today.
BAE said it is an important export contract and supports its strategy to grow international markets and export business.
The aircraft will be built in the UK and will help to sustain 6,000 high technology and engineering jobs across sites in in Brough and Warton and Samlesbury in Lancashire.
Aircraft manufacture will begin in 2014 with delivery expected in 2017.
Over 120 workers are to lose their jobs at Brough's troubled BAE Systems plant.
Workers at the aerospace company have already been informed and the redundancies will be phased over the first six months of 2013 and will bring numbers to the level the company feels is adequate to carry out the remaining work.