Services are taking place across the region, to remember people who have been killed while at work. Relatives of those who lost loved ones will gather in Immingham, Grimsby and Cleethorpes. The annual events will also highlight the importance of health and safety in the workplace.
Barnsley residents are being invited to remember loved ones, friends and colleagues at a special ceremony to commemorate Workers Memorial Day today.
The annual gathering at the Town Hall Cenotaph, now in its seventh year, is an opportunity to pay respect to people who have lost their lives as a result of work-related accidents and illnesses.
More than one hundred men from the same street in Hull who fought in the Great War have been remembered at a rededication service for a memorial in their memory.
The plaque on Sharp Street in the city was originally built in 1917, but when the building it was on was demolished, it was removed and renovated. Today the so-called "street-shrine" was unveiled in it's new home - just yards from where it stood for almost half a century.
The widow of a church organist murdered last Christmas says she'll be back at the scene of the attack this Christmas Eve. Alan Greaves was beaten to death while on his way to midnight mass at High Green near Sheffield.
Today as she unveiled a plaque in his memory Maureen revealed plans to hold midnight mass this year at the scene of her husband's murder. She says it'll be a chance to celebrate his life. Chris Kiddey reports.
A plaque's been unveiled in memory of Alan Greaves, the chuch organist murdered on his way to midnight mass last Christmas.
The plaque is in a room dedicated to Alan's memory at High Green Parish Council offices close to where he was attacked.
Two men, Jonathan Bowling and Ashley Foster,are serving a total of thirty four years in jail for the killing. Alan's widow Maureen was among those present at todays ceremony.
Veterans and civic leaders paraded through Hull today to mark the unveiling of a memorial dedicated to the city's seafarers.
The Merchant Navy was traditionally the backbone of the economy, carrying cargo between countries - but in times of war it was called upon to carry out more dangerous operations. But it wasn't smooth sailing to get the memorial where it is today, as Helen Steel reports.
A teenager who died after being set alight at his 18th birthday party is being held today. Barnsley College student Steven Simpson suffered 60 per cent burns when a flame was put to his tanning oil soaked body at his party last June.
His mother is now holding a celebration of his life - it is being held at Monk Bretton working men's club. A 20-year-old man from Barnsley was sentenced to three and a half years in jail for causing the death of Steven.
- Steven's family paid this tribute at the time of his death:
"Steven had just turned 18 and was just starting out in life. Kevin and Jackie, Steven's father and Stepmother and Bernadette his mother can not describe the loss they all feel at this time. Steven was a very caring and lovely young man and will be missed by everyone that knows him."
The Hillsborough Memorial service marking the 24th anniversary of the disaster has got underway at Anfield.
The crowd is on its feet and applauding the names of the 96 as they are read out.
Opening the service, the Reverend Kevin Bolton said
Truth calls out for justice. Some things need to go together.96 silent, but powerful, voices still cry out for that justice.
Families of the 96 Hillsborough victims will attend today's memorial service knowing their fight for justice is nearing a conclusion.Read the full story ›