Yorkshire's biggest one day agricultural show has opened at Driffield.
Various livestock will be on show throughout the day as well as craft and horticulture stands.
Curtis Woodhouse has announced he has retired from boxing. The former professional footballer from Driffield made the decision after initially retiring from the sport in February.
Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse says he will not only manage to defend his British title tonight - but he will win in style. He takes on Glaswegian Willie Limond in his hometown and says the 'hostile' environment won't put him off.
Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse makes the first defence of his British title tonight, four months after announcing he was to retire! Curtis takes on Willie Limond in the Glaswegian's hometown looking to add the Commonwealth light welterweight title to his British crown.
A man from York who was left in a coma in Thailand after a motorbike accident is now on his way home.
39 year old Christopher Moulds lives with his young family in Thailand, but did not have travel insurance necessary to cover his medical care.
His family in both Driffield and Wakefield have raised thousands of pounds to bring him back to the UK for treatment.
A father-of-two from York who was left in a coma after an horrific motorbike crash in Thailand could be flown home soon after his family raised more than sixteen thousand pounds. 39-year- old Chris Moulds has been in a coma in intensive care since his accident six weeks ago near Pattaya.
But because the former Tadcaster Grammar School pupil did not have medical insurance, his family launched an appeal to get Chris back to England. His mother, Sandra. who is from Driffield, is hoping that Chris and his family will now be able to fly back to Britain within the next few weeks.
A family in Driffield are trying to raise thousands of pounds to fly their son back from Thailand after a serious motorbike crash. Christopher Moulds, who's originally from York, has been in a coma since the accident in March.
He lives in the country with his wife and two young children, none of whom have UK passports. But Christopher's mother wants to bring the whole family over to the UK so they can better support them. Emma Wilkinson reports.
Rescued battery hens in Driffield have been showing off their new coats courtesy of animal lover Liz Turton.
Worried that the animals would be cold because they were lacking feathers, she decided to knit them overcoats to keep them warm.
Rescued battery hens in Driffield have been showing off their new coats courtesy of animal lover Liz Turton. Worried that the animals would be cold because they were lacking feathers she decided to knit them overcoats to keep them warm.
An animal lover from Driffield who rescued 6 battery hens has been busy knitting them some winter clothing. Concerned the animals were lacking feathers, kind hearted Liz Turton made them each an overcoat to get them through the winter months.