A rare First World War fighter plane has been rebuilt by experts at the Yorkshire Air Museum.
Scunthorpe has been usurped as the least romantic town in the in country, but three of our region's towns still made it in to the top ten.
A museum in York believes it has unearthed the worst Valentine's Day card in history.
Over two thousand people turned out today for a demonstration in York over the governments austerity cuts.
The march was planned to coincide with the Lib Dem spring conference which is being held this weekend in the city. The TUC, who organised the march and rally, were protesting over Government's policies which they claim have made life harder for working people.
Bill Adams, regional secretary, Trade Union Congress, has been speaking to Calendar.
Several thousand people have joined forces to take part in a protest march though York city centre. The demonstration against public spending cuts was organised by the TUC to coincide with the start of the Liberal Democrat Spring conference.
Around two thousand people have gathered in York to take part in the Trade Union Congress march. The austerity demonstration which coincides with the start of Liberal Democrat Spring conference is protesting over five issues:
- Jobs and fair pay
- Tax justice
- Industrial growth
- NHS, public services & social security
- Young people and the future
– Bill Adams, TUC regional secretary for Yorkshire and Humberside
"We want to show the Lib Dems what we feel about the policies they've put in place whilst they've been in government. I would encourage everybody to come along and be part of the demonstration so we can show our strength of feeling."
Family and friends of missing Ben Clarkson are in York city centre today handing out leaflets appealing for help to find him. The twenty-two-year old has been missing for six days.
He was last seen outside a nightclub in the city in the early hours of Sunday morning. Today police are concentrating their search in and around the river Ross in the Heworth area of the city.
The team are back in York today, searching the River Foss for missing man Ben Clarkson #3743
The restriction on travelling over Lendal Bridge in Yorkshire is being lifted for one day only.
City of York Council will lift the Lendal Bridge restrictions all day today, allowing vehicles to cross the bridge to avoid disruption caused by the Trade Union Congress march.
As a result of the restrictions being lifted, the traffic enforcement notice signs directly on Lendal Bridge will be covered-up all day to notify drivers that the ANPR cameras will not be enforcing the restrictions.
An unlicensed tattooist in York has been fined £770 for operating out of an unregistered premises.
Andrew Dennis of 3 Cygnet Street, York was charged for and pleaded guilty to two offences of carrying out tattooing without being registered and operating from unregistered premises on 23 July 2013 and 13 August 2013.
The unlicensed premises at 4a Boroughbridge Road were raided by City of York Council following a tip-off by a member of the public in August 2013.
The tattooist’s customer contacted the council’s environmental health team because following two tattooing sessions with Mr Dennis at 4a Boroughbridge Road, York, the skin around the tattoo developed an infection.
Divers are out again searching the River Foss for missing York man, Ben Clarkson.
Ben, 22, a former student at York St John University was last seen outside Fibbers nightclub at about 3.30am on Sunday.
One of York's MPs has today called for safety improvements around the popular rivers of York.
Hugh Bayley was speaking out after the body of Megan Roberts was found in the Ouse - and as police continue to search the adjoining River Foss for Ben Clarkson.
Tina Gelder reports: