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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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.
A British Army Veteran who has been granted the right to remain in the UK after being threatened with deportation said today he is a "happy man" now that his case had been resolved.
Filimone Lacanivalu, who failed to make a formal request to remain in the UK after he left the Army, told BBC Radio 4's Today: "I was not aware of that because I did not receive any instructions from the Army itself or the Ministry of Defence before I left the forces."
– Former soldier Filimone Lacanivalu
I have been in the forces, I've put in effort, sacrificed my life for this country. I just think to stay here will be a benefit, there's more opportunities...
I was not aware of that because I did not receive any instructions from the Army itself or the Ministry of Defence before I left the forces.
Home Secretary Theresa May is said to have personally reviewed the case of Filimone Lacanivalu, a Fijian ex-soldier threatened with deportation, and decided last night that he could remain in the country.
The 34-year-old, who was part of the British Army for nine years, served with the 2nd Battalion the Yorkshire Regiment in Afghanistan, Bosnia and Northern Ireland.
The Duchess of Cornwall has spent the final day of the eleven-day royal tour visiting charities that help women and children in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
Camilla visited the Home Start centre, which was funded by Leeds City Council to help educate and help local mothers and their children, and the Women in Need centre, also in the Capital.
Charles and Camilla began their trip in India, before visiting Sri Lanka, where the prince yesterday opened the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, which has been overshadowed by accusations that the host nation's regime committed human rights abuses when it ended a civil war.
A soldier died at the hands of an Afghan colleague who suddenly turned on the British troops he was supposed to be serving alongside in Helmand Province.
Today an inquest heard 23-year-old Sapper Richard Walker - who was born in Leeds and based in Ripon - wasn't wearing any body armour when he was shot down by the rogue gunman. But the soldier who bravely tried to save him said they thought they'd be safe in their own base. Gregg Easteal reports
A diving instructor from North Yorkshire has been describing how he hid in a shop to avoid the worst of Typhoon Haiyan when it hit just hours after he arrived in the Philippines.
Luke Spence, witnessed the paradise island of Cebu become a scene of utter devastation as the storm claimed tens of thousands of lives. And while millions are now struggling to survive, aid agencies in East Yorkshire have stepped up their efforts to help. Helen Steel reports.
One of the most significant battles of the Second World War, Kohima, has been remembered during a visit by Japanese dignitaries to Imphal Barracks in York.
The Battle of Kohima in North East India, close to its border with Burma, took place between 4th April and 22nd June 1944 and marked the limit of the Japanese Army’s advance into India. It left around 7,000 Japanese troops dead and 4,000 British and Indian Army casualties.
The visit to the Kohima Museum was organised by the Burma Campaign Society (BCS) with the help of Mr Kenichi Okuyama, Deputy Mayor of Shonai-Cho in Japan’s Yamagata Prefecture. Shonai-Cho is the birthplace of Lieutenant General Kotoku Sato who commanded the Japanese troops at Kohima.
A diving instructor from North Yorkshire has been speaking of his own survival story in the midst of Typhoon Haiyan.
34 year-old Luke Spence, from Ripon, arrived in the Philippines the day before the storm hit.
Taking cover in a shop, he stumbled out to find the island where he was staying devastated. Speaking from Sebu province, he told how he feared at one point that he might die.