Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson's MBE moment sparks magical memories of when I collected my OBE.
Doncaster's Jamie McDonnell dismissed Julio Ceja's fearsome reputation to claim the vacant IBF bantamweight title.
Pork found in a Leicester school halal burger
Judge Rosalind Coe told the two who were convicted they will be sentenced on June 14.
She said: "You are both fully aware that custodial sentences are the likely outcome."
Hinds was acquitted of nine further charges and Murphy was cleared of five further charges after the jury of five men and seven women deliberated for two days.
Both were given conditional bail but were remanded in custody until their passports could be brought to the court and surrendered after the judge heard they had been living in Spain.
A soldier who survived the worst ever battlefield injuries in Afghanistan said he was moved to be described as an "inspiration" by the Prince of Wales as he made him an MBE today.
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson lost both legs and suffered more than 40 injuries, including brain damage which affected his memory and speech, in a bomb attack in 2006.
Speaking moments after receiving the honour at Buckingham Palace, he said: "I was surprised at how much Prince Charles knew about me.
"He said I was an inspiration. It made me feel so proud."
The jury has returned verdicts in the trial of four health care workers accused of carrying out a catalogue of abuse on severely disabled patients at the Solar Centre in Doncaster.
James Hinds was found guilty of 10 counts. Susan Murphy was found guilty of 15 counts. They will be sentenced at a later date.
Michael Barnard and Julie Burge were cleared.
Lance Bombardier Ben Parkinson, who survived the worst ever battlefield injuries in Afghanistan, has received his MBE from the Prince of Wales.
He was awarded for his services to raising money for military charities.
Afghan veteran Ben Parkinson from Doncaster picks up his MBE at Buckingham Palace today. He's said to be the most severely injured soldier to survive the conflict, but has made miraculous progress and now devotes himself to raising money for charity.
London Welsh today announced the departures of two back-row forwards.
The Exiles, who finished bottom of the Aviva Premiership this season, confirmed that Michael Hills is to join Doncaster, and Ed Williamson has agreed terms with Rotherham.
Doncaster-born Hills, who joined Welsh from Sale Sharks in 2009, made 91 appearances and is also an England Sevens international.
Williamson, meanwhile, will combine playing with coaching the Rotherham forwards when he moves to Yorkshire.
Police are appealing for witnesses after a pedestrian died when he suffered a head injury in a crash in Doncaster late on Saturday night. 33-year-old Maciej Sowulewski was in a collision with a black Passat private hire taxi which was travelling towards Doncaster town centre on the Balby Road.
Officers believe the pedestrian, from Balby, had crossed the central reservation and the outside lane of the dual carriageway before the collision happened in the inside lane, causing damage to the front of the Passat.
Polish-born Mr Sowulewski, who had lived in Britain for six years, sustained a severe head injury and was taken to Doncaster Royal Infirmary, where he died shortly after 11am on Sunday.
The driver of the Passat was not injured.
Doncaster is in the top 100 UK towns for net company growth and the number of active companies, according to new research. It comes in at 95 for net company growth and is 44th for the number of active companies, according to Duport.co.uk.
Doncaster's appearance in the top 100 could be due to several years of regeneration in the town centre.
Redevelopment projects have included an extension to the Frenchgate Shopping Centre, plus the opening of a new retail outlet at Lakeside Village. Work is also underway on the new council buildings and a new arts and entertainment venue.
South Yorkshire's European bantamweight boxing champion Jamie McDonnell is out to make history today If he can beat Mexican Julio Ceja he'll become Doncaster's first ever world champion and Yorkshire's first since Junior Witter 7 years ago.