The region will remember the nation's service men and women. In Hull, the Lord Mayor will attend the Annual Service of Remembrance.
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More than a thousand people from all over the UK are helping to crew a tall ship on her two-year, 50,000-mile maiden voyage around the world.
The youngest person taking part reached the minimum required age of 16 on his flight out to join the ship at the halfway point of her epic trip.
Mike Stables from Scarborough has sailed dinghies before but has never been on a tall ship at sea. And he's scared of heights. Richard Jones reports from New Zealand.
David Cameron has promised China's leadership that there will be "very open competition" for investments in Britain's HS2 high-speed rail link which would link Yorkshire to London.
The Prime Minister said he made the pledge during talks in Beijing with President Xi Jinping and Premier Li Keqiang, who expressed an interest in putting Chinese money behind the controversial project.
His comments came during a question session at Shanghai's Jiao Tong university where Mr Cameron stressed Premier Li's characterisation of Britain and China as "indispensible partners" as an indication of the deepening bonds between the two countries.
He explained to students why the Government is having to fight to build one high-speed rail line, while China has successfully completed 6,214 miles (10,000km) of track.
More than 500 tickets have been sold for a Philippines typhoon fundraiser hosted by boxer Amir Khan.
At the event in Bradford tonight, there will also be a charity auction for memorabilia from footballing greats including Ronaldo and Messi and boxing memorabilia belonging to Khan himself.
– Amir Khan
"We've been overwhelmed by the support from the local community in Bradford already and we're hoping to raise thousands for the Typhoon Haiyan Appeal this Sunday.
"The typhoon caused mass destruction across the Philippines and I'm honoured to be working with Islamic Relief to organise this dinner for such a good cause."
Boxer Amir Khan will host a fundraising dinner in Bradford tonight to help those in the Philippines affected by typhoon Haiyan.
When the Philippines disaster struck, the first person former boxing world champion Amir Khan said he thought of was his close friend Manny Pacquiao, winner of ten world titles
– Rizwan Malik, event organiser
"Manny Pacquaio is Filipino, and Amir Khan has visited the Philippines in the past. Amir and I met two weeks ago and he talked about how shocked he was. We had a lightbulb moment and decided on a fundraising dinner to support Islamic Relief's Philippines Appeal."
The dinner, at the Bradford Hilton at 6pm, is sold out.
A retired teacher from Wakefield has been given a lifetime achievement award for his dedication to making a real difference to the lives of some of the poorest people in Africa.
Over the last 25 years Barry Brindley has led a project that's raised £300,000 for schools and community groups in Malawi. Even though he's retired from the Grammar School at Leeds his work continues and he's been honoured at the Independent school awards.
He joined Gaynor and Duncan in the Calendar studio.
Travellers from in Yorkshire will be provided with what is being called, 'a gateway to Scandinavia' as Leeds Bradford Airport announce direct flights to Denmark.
The flights to Copenhagen will run twice a week, starting in March 2014.
Retired firefighter Andy Sangster from Cleethorpes has been on an epic journey down under. He has just returned from Australia after spending seven months cycling 10 tousand miles. Andy - and his bike - joined Duncan Wood and Gaynor Barnes in the Calendar studio.
A family from Grimsby and his young family remain missing – presumed dead – in the Philippines.
Pharmacist Colin Bembridge, 62, from Scartho near Grimsby, was caught-up in Typhoon Haiyan with his partner, Maybelle Go, 35, and three-year-old daughter, Victoria.
A spokesperson for the Foreign and Commonwealth Office said it is currently working to locate a number of British nationals who remain unaccounted for.
The spokesperson added: "We are aware of reports that British nationals have been killed by Typhoon Haiyan. We are urgently looking into it."
A fresh wave of Spanish nurses could be coming to Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust next year.
Bosses at the Trust are delighted to have recently recruited 22 nurses from Spain – all have secured permanent jobs at Grimsby’s Diana, Princess of Wales Hospital.
They are currently undergoing induction and mandatory training and will officially begin shifts on wards on Monday November 25.
To help them settle in, the nurses have been placed together in shared accommodation within the grounds of the hospital and will remain there for a minimum of six months.
An increasing number of trusts are now looking abroad for staff due to a national and local shortage of nurses in the UK.
A rare selection of prints by celebrated artist Dutch artist Rembrandt go on display from today at historic Temple Newsam House as part of this season's winter/spring exhibition in Leeds.
The exhibition will consist of two displays; the first will examine Rembrandt portraits and figure studies, while the second will exhibit an intricate selection of biblical prints.
The first instalment of the exhibition 'Portraits and People' will run from today until March 30 next year and will showcase Rembrandt's early prints of people which highlight how he developed both his technique and interest in depicting emotion.
Key works will include a selection of Rembrandt's iconic self-portraits, etchings of his wife Saskia and a selection of his traveller and beggar studies.
To coincide with Easter, the second part of the exhibition will focus on 'Rembrandt and the Bible'. It will open on April 8 and run until July 20, 2014 and showcase Rembrandt's series of etchings illustrating stories from both the Old and New Testament will be showcased.
Set to feature will be Rembrandt's most ambitious etching 'The Hundred Guilder Print' and a series of prints depicting the life of Christ.