Wakefield Council reveals £12m Belle Vue stadium plan

Plans for a 10,000-seat stadium have been agreed in principle with the owners of Wakefield Trinity. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

New Bradford special school gets government funding

The school will have spaces for 72 students and also have a 12-bed residential facility …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

‘Free food’ myth threatens Sharehouse Market in Sheffield

Some customers are abusing the ‘pay-what-you-feel’ policy at Sharehouse Market in Sheffield. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Burnley v Leeds United: Ladbrokes say sorry for Chris Wood & Charlie Taylor tweet

Ladbrokes apologise to Burnley after tweeting an emoji of a middle-finger gesture aimed at two players after Tuesday’s EFL Cup loss to Leeds. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Justin Horo: Wakefield Trinity sign Catalans Dragons second-rower

Wakefield Trinity sign Catalans Dragons second-rower Justin Horo on a two-year deal. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Leeds       

Groom asks guests to help pay for wedding

They have been asked to pay £150 each, which includes a three-night stay in a “little holiday resort”. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Tinsley Towers: Plans unveiled for chimney art trail

Artist Alex Chinneck designs a set of chimneys for the site of the demolished Tinsley Towers. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Yorkshire v Warwickshire: Jeetan Patel leads recovery against relegation-threatened hosts

Jeetan Patel scores a century to help Warwickshire recover, while Matthew Fisher take a maiden five-wicket haul for Yorkshire. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Iceland Foods Limited fine for Rotherham death fall

The frozen food firm is ordered to pay £2.5m over the death of contractor Tony Hopkins. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield       

Laughton man ‘killed in sustained assault at home’

Steven Fretwell was found dead in his ground-floor flat in Kingswood Avenue, Laughton, in December. …read more Source:: BBC Radio Sheffield