With the Christmas clock ticking, no doubt millions of trees will be going up in living rooms around the country today.
But with so much choice, how can we make sure we 'spruce' up our homes in the best way possible.
Matt Price has been to a Christmas tree forest in Doncaster.
Police have arrested two girls from Doncaster on suspicion of wounding after a 15-year-old girl was stabbed in the stomach.Read the full story ›
South Yorkshire Police has executed a warrant to excavate a piece of land in Bentley, Doncaster, as part of an investigation into possible historic criminal activity in the area.
Police officers will work together with private contractors to conduct a methodical and detailed search of the land, which could take a number of days to complete.
Protests are expected later over plans for a bio-fertiliser plant near Doncaster.
Hundreds of people have objected to the proposals for a 'lagoon' in High Melton filled with liquid fertiliser.
A runner from Doncaster has just completed a marathon, all 26.2 miles, despite being registered blind.
Simon Wheatcroft took part in yesterday's New York marathon, using groundbreaking satellite technology, to guide him round the course.
Unfortunately the technology failed after 15 miles but the thirty-five-year-old completed the rest of the run with the help of others.
54-year-old John Parker was last seen on Saturday evening.Read the full story ›
A raid on HMP Lindholme uncovered 1kg of drugs and a large quantity of cash during a week of raids around Doncaster.Read the full story ›
A man has appeared in court charged with offences linked to modern slavery.
24-year-old Mareks Kaira, who is from Latvia, was arrested at Doncaster Sheffield Airport. He is the sixth person charged as part of an ongoing investigation into exploitation and human trafficking.
The National Rail College in Doncaster is officially launched today.
The £25million college will train thousands of apprentices to work on the high speed rail project and the wider rail industry.
As well as speeches and presentations, today's event will give guests the opportunity to tour the site.
The Yorkshire man who led UNISON has been described as 'one of the greatest campaigners and orators of his generation'.Read the full story ›