A woman from Sheffield who survived the 7/7 bombings says she will take time out of her day today to remember those who lost their lives.Read the full story ›
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Thousands of schoolchildren across Yorkshire are being coached in Gaelic Football.
The sport originates in Ireland and has mostly been played in England by those who crossed the Irish Sea for work.
Now clubs across the country are trying to get children in their areas involved at an early age.
Condolence books have been placed in Nottinghamshire County Council locations, so tributes can be left for John Stollery.
The 58-year-old social worker was killed in the Tunisia terror attack.
It is hard to summarise what kind of person John was, he was a dedicated social worker and was known to fight hard for the children and young people he supported.
"Many of his young people recognised how hard he worked for them and knew that they could rely and depend upon him at any time.
He was my social worker and the best one around. John made me realise that my dreams could become reality. For that, I am truly grateful.
John had worked at Nottinghamshire County Council for the past 33 years and for the last 16 years, was dedicated to working with children in care.
Two projects in our region are up for a top award in London today.
Bridlington's revised bathing waters directive, which looks to make beaches in the town excellent, and the Lincolnshire Lakes project, which is a proposal for 3 and a half thousand homes near Scunthorpe - have been nominated for planning excellence at the Royal Town Planning Institute Awards.
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The final bodies of the holidaymakers killed in the Tunisian terror attack have been flown back to Britain.
The C-17 aircraft landed at RAF Brize Norton within the last couple of hours. It brought home five victims, among them 72 year old Bruce Wilkinson from Goole, a retired worker at Drax Power station, and 54 year old Claire Windass from Hull who had been on holiday with her husband Jim. He survived the attack. Meanwhile Tunisia has declared a state of emergency - giving the army and police more powers to act against any potential threats.