Fans who queued for a glimpse of One Direction's Louis Tomlinson at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium say it was well worth the wait. The pop star pulled on a Doncaster Rover's shirt for the second time as part of James Coppinger's testimonial match - and to raise money for Bluebell Wood children's hospice.
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The SNP promised to 'extend a hand of friendship' to Yorkshire, as the party outlined its manifesto. Although we cannot vote for its candidates, the party could influence what happens here after the election.
SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon said she would act in the interest of the whole of Britain. But her promise comes as a new poll for ITV News has found 59% of people don't want the SNP to have power in Westminster, with other parties claiming the nationalists would break up the UK. Our Political Correspondent Paul Brand reports.
A dream of being able to play out in his garden has just become a reality for a little boy from Barnsley.
Seven-year-old Alex Parkes has hyper mobility syndrome, and the outdoor space at home was too dangerous for him to use. But a group of volunteers were brought together by the charity Wellchild, and now Alex has the freedom to get out in the fresh air as Sally Simpson reports.
Tributes have been paid to former miner and veteran Labour politician Lord Mason of Barnsley who has died at the age 91 after a long illness.
He was MP for Barnsley for thirty years and served as Secretary of State for Defence and Northern Ireland. The Labour Leader Ed Miliband has described him as " a formidable man, with a deep passion for social justice." Chris Kiddey reports.
Rotherham Council is under fire once again tonight after it emerged the authority has hired a public relations expert at a cost of £850 a day to deal with the aftermath of the town's child abuse scandal
The solicitor dealing with victims of the abuse says the cost is unecessary especially since the council already spends more than £700,000 on communication workers. The PR consultant was hired last November and his contract ends next month. David Hirst reports.
In the constituency of Great Grimsby, long-serving Labour MP Austin Mitchell is stepping down.Read the full story ›
In Boston and Skegness, it promises to be another tight race - with the Conservatives facing a battle against Ukip.Read the full story ›
Police investigating the death of a man in Sheffield say they are not treating it as suspicious.
Officers were called to a building site in Furnival Gate, Sheffield at around 8am this morning after reports that a man's body had been found.
The victim, believed to be in his 20s, has not yet been formally identified.