Help to fund children’s trips

A charity which helps fund school trips for disadvantaged children in the city is appealing for support to hit its £100,000 target. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Evening Post LATEST       

Pledge to help Leeds’ oldest street rise from the ashes

A major regeneration project on one of Leeds’ oldest streets will still go ahead – despite a devastating fire that left one of its shops gutted earlier this month, …read more Source:: Yorkshire Evening Post LATEST       

You’d be barking mad to miss this unusual lot in the YP Christmas auction

WHEN it comes to training a dog, Rita Howson knows her stuff. The chief executive of Sheffield-based charity Support Dogs began training assistance dogs as a volunteer 23 years ago, and has since made it her passion. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

Adkins calls on Blades to improve

Sheffield United boss Nigel Adkins says the team must improve after stretching their winless run in the league to five games. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Original Fawlty Towers faces bulldozer – replacement will still have view of Torquay

The world-famous hotel which inspired Fawlty Towers is to be knocked down after developers secured permission to convert the site into a retirement home. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

Further drilling allowed – but no fracking, councillors rule

AN anti-fracking clause gave a crumb of comfort to campaigners who saw their hopes dashed today of reining in gas exploration at a wellsite in East Yorkshire. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

BBC Three will be gone from your TV by March

BBC Three will be moved online next year – a change that could potentially lead to the loss of more than half a million viewers. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

Our hearts will never heal, say family of Sheffield revenge shooting victim

The family of a Sheffield man shot dead in a revenge attack while sitting in his car in Sheffield city centre said today that their “hearts will never heal” after his killer was convicted of murder. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

McDonnell attempts fight back after Mao debacle

John McDonnell has lashed out at “hypocrites” who mocked him for brandishing a copy of Chairman Mao’s Little Red Book in the Commons. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS       

Owls manager Carlos Carvalhal backs tribute to Sheffield student Caroline Everest

SHEFFIELD Wednesday manager Carlos Carvalhal has given his support to an online campaign to get Owls fans to remember a fan whose body was found in a river this week. …read more Source:: Yorkshire Post NEWS