Ahead of the cycling Road World Championships, ITV correspondent Gregg Easteal is riding the route of the men's elite road race.Read the full story ›
On Saturday and Sunday there will be major disruptions due to upgrades taking place on the main line.Read the full story ›
Calendar have obtained results from a Freedom of Information request asking how much councils in our region gave to W2Y between 2014 & 2018Read the full story ›
Take a look at how people across Yorkshire are marking Clean Air Day 2019Read the full story ›
New figures show there has been a dramatic increase in demand for Ro and Kell negative blood across the county over the last four years.Read the full story ›
The search for those youngsters who have done some extraordinary things begins.Read the full story ›
Full list of European election candidates for Calendar region for 2019Read the full story ›
The Tour de Yorkshire is the region's biggest sporting competition, with tough climbs and exhilarating sprints all set against a backdrop of stunning landscapes.
This year's competition began with controversy surrounding the sponsorship of the former Team Sky by chemicals company Ineos. The race itself, though, ran largely without interruption despite being the wettest on record. It ended in Leeds with victory for Chris Lawless, who became the first Briton to win the race.
Jonathan Brown reports.
Chris Lawless delivered a first success for Team Ineos as he sealed overall victory in the Tour de Yorkshire in Leeds.Read the full story ›
Kamp, of the Riwal Readynez team, pipped Lawless at the line as the 135km stage from Bridlington came down to a sprint on the seafront.Read the full story ›