The Royal Armouries Museum in Leeds is planning to commemorate the one hundred anniversary of the Battle of the Somme which saw almost half a million British soldiers lose their lives.
Yorkshire suffered more casualties than any other region in the country.
The museum is using re-enactors to bring the conditions and recollections of soldiers to life.
Tata Steel and one of its contractors are facing legal action following an investigation into the circumstances of the death of a 26-year-old at the Scunthorpe works.
Electrician Thomas Standerline died in April 2010, when he was trapped by an overhead crane.
The Scunthorpe works are now owned by British Steel, but the Health and Safety Executive said today this 'there is sufficient evidence and that it is in the public interest to bring a prosecution' against former owner Tata Steel.
Surrey-based Harsco Metals Group also faces a charge of failing to comply by Health and Safety regulations.
The case is first due to be heard at Scunthorpe Magistrates court at the end of next month.
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Women from local branches of a pension campaign group have been protesting in London today.
Women Against State Pension Inequality, or WASPI, are campaigning against the Government's raising of their retirement age. Women who were expecting to retire at 60 have now been told they will have to wait until they are 66.
But these campaigners from Yorkshire say they haven't had time to prepare themselves financially.
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