Jamie was last seen on Haigh Moor Lane in the Swallownest area of Sheffield at around 12pm on Wednesday 27 November.Read the full story ›
Just last year 18,000 children aged 0 to five were admitted to A&E in Hull.Read the full story ›
Jodie Little, from Huddersfield, committed the offences on a website providing adult escort and webcam services from northern Cyprus.Read the full story ›
Watch our three part series which explore the modern pressures to look 'perfect' - with children as young as 8 worried about their image.Read the full story ›
The baby is central to a ZARA production at 22 feet high and will take eight people to operate and make it come to life.Read the full story ›
Detectives executed warrants across Bradford in response to information about people suspected of using devices to contact children.Read the full story ›
It's World Book Day and children have been dressing up to celebrate it!Read the full story ›
The latest figures show that there were 537 child cruelty and neglect cases in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire.Read the full story ›
Amid celebrations for Mother's Day, one mum is hoping to raise the profile of those who are caring for seriously ill children at home.Read the full story ›
At least 750 new foster families are needed across Yorkshire and the Humber during 2014, according to figures from the Fostering Network.
More foster families are needed not only to replace the 12 per cent who leave each year, but to ensure that the children who come into foster care find carers who have the skills and qualities they need, and are available immediately.
Families are particularly needed to provide homes for teenagers, children with disabilities and sibling groups.
The Fostering Network says without enough families willing and able to offer homes to these groups, some children will find themselves living a long way from family, school and friends or being split up from brothers and sisters.