A South Yorkshire police officer and his four-year-old German Shepherd are celebrating their success in the National Police Dog Trials.
A group of Newfoundland dog enthusiasts have been training their animals to perform water rescues.
A family from Barnsley have released CCTV footage to help find their stolen dog.
A woman has described her pet dog as her guardian angel after she sniffed out a cancer tumour growing in her breast. Sharon Rawlinson from Newark only went to see her GP after her Cavalier King Charles spaniel refused to stop pawing at her.
Now the 43 year old is in the middle of her treatment and is thanking the animal for potentially saving her life. James Webster's been to meet them:
A charity that works with women who have breast cancer says it is important women regularly check themselves for signs of anything unusual.
– Breast Cancer Care spokesperson
This is an incredible story. We occasionally hear of other breast cancer patients having had a similar experience but this is extremely rare. As Sharon says, the most important thing is for anyone experiencing an unusual change to see a doctor as soon as possible. Knowing what is normal for you and checking your breasts on a regular basis is the most important way any woman can help protect herself.
Sharon Rawlinson says that her beloved Cavalier King Charles' spaniel Penny was the dog she should never have had. Her husband Brian originally said she couldn't have another dog, but then bought Penny as a Christmas surprise.
Sharon says that dogs are often described as man's best friend but in this case, after sniffing out her cancer, Penny is definitely a girl's best friend instead.
A woman from Newark has described her pet dog as a guardian angel after it sniffed out a cancerous lump in her breast. Sharon Rawlinson's spaniel began pawing at her last November, so much that the 43 year old couldn't ignore it and went to her GP.
The doctor told her she had an aggressive tumour which would need chemotherapy and an operation. She's now waiting for the results of her first round of treatment.
The husband of a cancer patient from Newark says if it wasn't for the dog he bought for his wife as a Christmas surprise, she may never have got her cancer checked out. Brian Rawlinson encouraged Sharon to visit her GP when Cavalier King Charles spaniel Penny repeatedly sniffed her breast.
Sharon Rawlinson is currently undergoing treatment for breast cancer. After several rounds of chemotherapy she has recently had an operation to have the tumour removed and is now waiting for the results to see what further treatment she needs. She believes her beloved dog Penny saved her life.
Sharon Rawlinson from Newark has described her pet dog as a guardian angel after it sniffed out a cancerous lump.
Sharon only went to the doctor because her King Charles spaniel had been nuzzling the area where the tumour was growing.
She was diagnosed with breast cancer.
A new campaign has been launched to protect our region's postal workers - three hundred of whom are attacked by dogs on their rounds every year. And with more dog owners at home over the holiday period, it's feared the situation could get a whole lot worse over the coming weeks.
A mum whose daughter needed hospital treatment after being attacked by a Japanese Akita dog is warning of the dangers of the breed. Gemma Robinson was bitten while playing with friends and fears she'll be scarred for life. Her mum's worried even younger children may be attacked by the dogs.
A mother from West Yorkshire, whose daughter was attacked by a Japaneses Akita dog, says she is worried about owners not being able to control them. 15-year-old Gemma Robinson had to have stitches following the attack in Halifax.
Doctors say she was lucky not to need surgery. The dog had been loose at the time. Gemma's mum, Pauline, is concerned it could happen again, but with a child.