1:16 pm, Tue 25 Feb 2014
Tom Gleisinger from Driffield best Junior Soldier from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
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A second junior soldier from Yorkshire has ben recognised at Harrogate's Army Foundation College.
Tom Gleisinger, 16, from Driffield was awarded the prize for being the best Junior Soldier from the Royal Electrical and Mechanical Engineers.
He completed a similar course to
fellow award winner Jason McCarthy.
“The course has given me a sense of achievement and pride,” said Tom, a former pupil of Driffield Secondary School.
“All the hard work has paid off.”
9:11 pm, Fri 17 Jan 2014
Driffield boxer Curtis Woodhouse, the former footballer turned fighter, has been dissed in a rap song by his next opponent.
It's all kicking off ahead of the British light welterweight title fight in Hull next month. Chris Dawkes reports.
1:49 pm, Fri 01 Nov 2013
The family of a missing grandmother is appealing for help to find her after she went missing in France.
Carol Sheridan, from Driffield, disappeared in the French Alps.
The 73-year-old has not been seen since she left the village of Habere-Poche on Sunday for a two-hour walk in the Alps.
The retired teacher is described as a prolific user of social networking sites, but family and friends have not heard anything from her in the past five days.
6:10 pm, Wed 17 Jul 2013
Organisers of Yorkshire's biggest one day agricultural show say that this year's event could be the best they have ever put on.
The sunshine at the Driffield Showground has meant thousands turned out for the event. Grace Melody-Gardner reports.
3:15 pm, Tue 16 Apr 2013
A man who had more than a thousand pounds wrongly taken from his bank account by an energy company has begun a campaign to demand a better level of customer service.
Ian Dewer, from Middleton on the Wolds, near Driffield, says he now checks his bank account every day to make sure npower doesn't take any more cash.
8:30 am, Wed 09 Jan 2013
After residents in Driffield say they have had to move out of their homes due to flood water, there is criticism of the actions of local authorities to help. We have spoken to local resident Simon Record and David Tite, the Driffield Show Director.
7:00 am, Wed 09 Jan 2013
Families in Driffield say they've been forced out of their homes following flooding there three days after Christmas.
Problems have occurred because of a stream which used to flow through Driffield showground until 50 years ago when it's route was blocked up.
Organisers say they can't release the flood water, unless they are ordered to do so, because it would invalidate their own insurance.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council say they are assessing the situation.