A Roman marble portrait head of the Emperor Septimius Severus, who died in York, is set to go under the hammer in the Bonhams auction.
Relatives of a group of former British soldiers who were jailed in India are urging the UK Government to intervene.
Wetherby rower, Lauren Morton, has given up on her dream of rowing across the Atlantic after over 90 days at sea with a broken rudder.
There's more heartache tonight for the families of former soldiers being held in an Indian prison as their release date has been delayed yet again.
Ray Tindall from Hull is one of six men arrested while they provided protection from pirates for ships on the Indian ocean.
All but one, including Ray, were granted bail eleven days ago, but they still haven't been released . Ray's mother Carole says she's being kept in the dark by the Government, as Helen Steel reports.
The families of former soldiers being held in an Indian prison have suffered yet another setback. Ray Tindall from Hull is one of six men who were arrested as they provided protection to ships in the Indian ocean. Helen Steel reports.
South Yorkshire Police have enlisted the help of forces across Europe as they search for a missing 14 year-old.
Maria Muntean has not been seen since Sunday when she left her home in Doncaster. She had recently moved there from Spain with her family and is believed to have been born in Romania.
Police in both countries are informed of her disappearance.
The Foreign Office says David Cameron has spoken to Indian authorities about a former soldier from York, being held on suspected weapons charges.
Two men from this region and another three from elsewhere in the UK, have been granted bail. Paul Towers has been told he will remain behind bars.
"This is a difficult and important case, which the Prime Minister has raised with Indian ministers, as has the Foreign Secretary, and minister Swire.
"The High Commissioner has also raised it with the Indian authorities in India. We will continue to do all that we can.
– Foreign Office spokesperson
"We are aware that five of the British nationals have been granted bail today.
"While we are unable to demand the release of British nationals, or interfere in another country's legal processes, we continue to make very clear our interest in this case, and the importance of ensuring that it is resolved as quickly as possible."
Two men from this region have been granted bail from an Indian prison, but a third has had his bail application rejected.
The men are among six former British soldiers who have been held on weapons charges since October.
Paul Towers from York has been told he will remain in detention.
Nicholas Simpson from Catterick and Nick Dunn from Ashington in Northumberland are expected to be freed from jail on Friday.
BREAKING: Indian magistrate signals 6 British former soldiers held in prison since Oct WILL be released on bail next week
BREAKING: Family say they expect papers to be signed off Wednesday and men released on bail by end of next week or Monday after at latest.
Three former soldiers from our region, being held in an Indian prison on suspected weapons charges, are hoping to be released at a delayed bail hearing due to take place today.
Ray Tindall from Hull, Nicholas Simpson from Catterick, and Paul Towers from Pocklington have been locked up since October.
The families of six men in jail in India accused of weapons smuggling, have today stepped up a campaign to get them freed by going to Downing Street.
Three of the men are from the Calendar region and have spent months in prison. They claim they were providing security for other ships when they were arrested.
Their latest bail application was adjourned last week.
Now their families have handed in a petition at number 10, appealing for the government's help. Gregg Easteel has more: