Pupils in rural areas of North Lincolnshire are falling behind when it comes to computers and IT, according to a new report.
Its authors say it is one of the worst affected areas in the UK children could be missing out on important educational tools.
Early weather forecast for the north of the region:
Early weather forecast for the south of the region:
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Generally dry with bright or occasional sunny periods.
Chance of an odd drizzly shower at times - more likely over hills in the west.
Rather warm for the time of year, especially in the east, with highs to 19 °C.
Yorkshire Captain Andrew Gale is surprised that England have not picked Gary Ballance in their One Day International winter squads.
Ballance has been in fine form throughout the summer, helping England to a Test series win over India and Yorkshire to the County Championship title.
Speaking in his Yorkshire Post column, Gale, who is expected to be cleared of allegations of racism against Lancashire's Ashwell Prince, said: "I think England are missing a trick there because he is one of the best one-day and Twenty20 players in the country, but for whatever reason, England don’t seem to see that and see him more as a Test player.
"But I definitely believe in all three formats that Gary is one of the best players in the country.
"It has surprised me a little bit as I thought Gary would have been on that trip.
"He obviously hasn’t played much one-day cricket for England this summer, but if you give him an opportunity, Gary will take it.
"For me, it would have been nice to see him on that tour."
Worksop golfer Lee Westwood has lost his fourballs match alongside Jamie Donaldson in the Ryder Cup.
The pair were beaten 4&3 by USA pair Hunter Mahan and Jim Furyk.
Team Europe currently lead 6½ to 5½ over USA at Gleneagles ahead of this afternoon's foursomes session, where Westwood and Donaldson will pair up again this Zach Johnson and Matt Kuchar.
Four men have been charged tonight in connection with the seizure of more than a tonne of cocaine off the Cork coast earlier this week.
Seventy-year-old John Powell from Silsden in West Yorkshire, along with 34-year-old Benjamin Mellor from Bradford and 28-year-old Thomas Britteon from Grimsby, are all accused of trafficking cocaine on a ship at sea with intent to import the drug. Stephen Powell, 47, from Guiseley, Leeds, has been charged with conspiracy to import cocaine.
All four men have been remanded in custody.