A bridge which has stood in the centre of Barnsley for more than 30 years will be demolished this morning.
The Kendray Street bridge will be replaced as part of the Better Barnsley Plans.
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A touring photography exhibition to mark the centenary of a charity for service veterans with sight problems is showing just what can be achieved with a camera despite visual impairments.
The Blind Veterans UK exhibition features stunning photography taken exclusively by former servicemen and women who are blind or partially sighted.
Sarah Clark reports:
Thirty years after the murder of a family of five which shocked the nation, a Yorkshire author says she has written the definitive book on the subject.
The man who carried out the cold blooded killings - Jeremy Bamber - has maintained his innocence for years - but Carol Ann Lee says despite extensive inquiries she can find no one who says Bamber did not do it.
Bamber is still trying to win his freedom from his cell in Wakefield Prison.
Chris Kiddey reports:
A fundraising campaign has been launched to help meet the funeral costs of seven-year-old Conley Thompson who died earlier this week after becoming trapped in a pipe on a building site near Barnsley.
More than £1000 has been raised so far with donations coming from across our region.
It comes as South Yorkshire Police have appealed for help in tracing Conley's movements on Sunday evening.
Martin Fisher reports:
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Police in Sheffield have arrested two further people in connection with a house fire in which a 44-year-old man died.
It takes the total number of arrests to five.
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Nick Clegg was offered a post in the new Lib Dem 'front bench' line up but declined and decided to stay on back benches.