The National Secretary of the National Union of Mineworks, Chris Kitchen, shares his thoughts of Margaret Thatcher's legacy.
The Government has been too slow bringing in measures to protect from the "shattering" impact of flooding, a Yorkshire MP has warned.
After weeks of waiting, the route for the Yorkshire leg of the 2014 Tour de France has been announced this morning.
A bowling club has secured almost £50,000 in funding a little over a year after they faced closure.
Just 12 months ago financial difficulty meant that Northallerton Bowling Club's future was in doubt.
But members have managed to put the club back on a more firm financial footing through a mixture of sponsorship and fundraising.
And now the club has been told that a bid for Sport England Inspired Facilities funding has been successful.
The club will receive £47,700 - securing its future.
– Val Coe, chairwoman
"It is absolutely mind-blowing; a lot of our members are still in shock.
"We thought our plans were a bit pie in the ski; they're now now. We really can do all those things."
The Yorkshire Marathon was announced today and people are being asked to sign up, as Sarah Clark explains.
Entries have opened for the second annual Plusnet Yorkshire Marathon.
The 6,000 places in 2013's inagural event sold out in just three days.
This year's even takes place on Sunday 12th October, starting and finishing at the University of York.
Police are appealing for help to find a missing man.
Michael Golden, 52, from Yorkshire, had been staying with friends in Newcastle but hasn't made contact with friends or family in recent days.
Anyone with information should contact the police.
Yorkshire Water has become the first water company in the world to test out a new system of unblocking putrid fat from our sewer network.
The firm says it spends millions of pounds a year clearing blockages. In the run-up to Christmas, it's asking people not to pour cooking fat down the sink. Michael Billington reports.
British Transport Police is appealing for information after a man was assaulted, knocked unconscious and robbed at Sandal and Agbrigg railway station on Saturday 31 August. They have now released CCTV images of a group of youths who they would like to speak to.
The victim was a 19-year-old man from Kingsley. He was waiting for a train when five youths walked onto the platform and sat on a bench nearby. They then surrounded him, police say he was punched in the face and knocked unconscious. His bag and mobile phone had been stolen when he came round.
Anyone with information can call British Transport Police on 0800 40 50 40 or text 61016, quoting reference B3 of 20/09/2013 or call the independent charity Crimestoppers on 0800 555 111.
A Yorkshire teenager has made sporting history by becoming the youngest county cricketer for more than a century when he played for Yorkshire yesterday, June 9.
Matthew Fisher, aged 15, from York had to reschedule his GCSE French exam so he could play.
Simon O'Rourke reports:
Matthew Fisher become the youngest post-war cricketer to play in one of England's county competitions today.
The Prime Minister David Cameron has faced questions over the rise in demand for emergency food and food banks.
The question came as part of today's Prime Minister's Questions in the House of Commons.
Asked whether David Cameron was concerned about the massive increase in people using foodbanks under his Government, the Prime Minister's official spokesman said:
– David Cameron
Recognising that these are tough economic times is why the Government has been taking the action it is in a number of areas to help families, including through measures around fuel duty and council tax.