Top Spot is a Bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League

Top Spot is a Bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League

28 days ago
Top spot is a bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League. BURLEY picked up maximum bonus points for the second week in a row and edged ahead of Otley at the top of Aire-Wharfe League DIVISION ONE One at the season's halfway point, even though Otley have won one more game. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Batting is Proving a Real Bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League Championship Race

Batting is Proving a Real Bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League Championship Race28 days ago
Batting is proving a real bonus for Burley in Aire-Wharfe League championship race. BURLEY picked up maximum bonus points for the second week in a row and edged ahead of Otley at the top of Aire-Wharfe League DIVISION ONE One at the season's halfway point, even though Otley have won one more game. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Police and Partners Clean Up Streets in Sheffield Suburb

20 days ago
Police and partners clean up streets in Sheffield suburb. A police team set up to help restore calm in a Sheffield suburb took to the streets with partners and local residents to tackle one of the main issues of concern - litter... -> Read more at The Star

Louth Cattle Market Fate Could be Sealed at Meeting

Louth Cattle Market Fate Could be Sealed at Meeting50 days ago
Louth Cattle Market fate could be sealed at meeting. LOUTH'S cattle market site could take a giant leap towards becoming home to a supermarket at a meeting tomorrow morning. East Lindsey District Council's executive board will receive papers outlining a recommendation from Councillor John Upsall, portfolio holder for finance and property, to sell the site. The authority, through... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

Bradford Cathedral to Receive £190,000 for Vital Repair Work

Bradford Cathedral to Receive £190,000 for Vital Repair Work13 days ago
Bradford Cathedral to receive £190,000 for vital repair work. Bradford Cathedral is to receive £190,000 towards vital repair work from the First World War Centenary Cathedral fund, announced by the government today. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Morrisons Expands Supermarket Price War

Morrisons Expands Supermarket Price War29 days ago
Morrisons Expands Supermarket Price War. Bradford-based supermarket chain Morrisons has announced more price cuts as it attempts to halt a decline in sales. It said more than 130 "everyday items" would see reductions and that the average price cut would be 14%, with some items discounted by more than 30%. The news comes after the struggling supermarket announced a massive... -> Read more at The Pulse

Scrubbys Founder Opens the Bag on her Dragons Den Experience

Scrubbys Founder Opens the Bag on her Dragons Den Experience2 days ago
Scrubbys founder opens the bag on her Dragons Den experience. SCRUBBYS Crisps co-founder Claire Brumby has told of the support that has flooded in following the unsuccessful appearance on BBC2's Dragons' Den. Speaking to the Grimsby Telegraph, the mum-of-three who had her company's accounts laid bare in a financial mauling screened last night, said recent developments – including... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

George Chaloner Channels Beach Boy Bonus

George Chaloner Channels Beach Boy Bonus18 days ago
George Chaloner channels Beach Boy bonus. SATURDAY specialist George Chaloner can strike again at Beverley this afternoon. -> Read more at York Press

Class Act Doherty Returns to Wharfedale

Class Act Doherty Returns to Wharfedale20 days ago
Class act Doherty returns to Wharfedale. THE return of former captain James Doherty is a big bonus according to Wharfedale coach Jon Feeley. -> Read more at Craven Herald

Sweet Taste of Charity Success

27 days ago
Sweet taste of charity success. Sweet-toothed staff at Sheffield health & safety company HS Direct have sucked their way to a £600 bonus for local charity... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Grimsby Crisp Couple Will Keep Going After Dragons Maul Finances

Grimsby Crisp Couple Will Keep Going After Dragons Maul Finances2 days ago
Grimsby crisp couple will keep going after Dragons maul finances. A LACK of an appetite from the Dragons to tackle early stage debt amassed by Grimsby's Scrubbys Crisps' founders hasn't deterred the husband and wife team behind the brand. Claire and John Brumby are preparing to launch in 275 Waitrose stores next month, having just endured a rigorous due-diligence mauling played out... -> Read more at Grimsby Telegraph

New Partners at Doncaster Law Firm

7 days ago
New partners at Doncaster law firm. Doncaster’s Dawson and Burgess Solicitors have appointed a new partner in their wills and probate department.. -> Read more at The Star

Rawdon Pile Up Runs and Points on Rain-hit Day

Rawdon Pile Up Runs and Points on Rain-hit Day6 hours ago
Rawdon pile up runs and points on rain-hit day. ON A day when the rain washed out many Aire-Wharfe League fixtures and prevented all but one match from finishing, the new bonus-points system meant there was still plenty at stake in the overs that could be played. -> Read more at Telegraph & Argus

Pop-up and See the Opportunities for Young People

2 days ago
Pop-up and see the opportunities for young people. A one-stop shop enabling young people to discover what's on offer locally, and find out about volunteering, apprenticeships and much more is now open in Barnsley town centre. Running for six weeks, the I Know I Can scheme's (IKIC) Pop-Up Shop in the former HMV unit at 5/7 Cheapside will also enable young people aged 14 to 24 to... -> Read more at Barnsley News & Sport

Statistics Office Take Up Back on Track in City

6 days ago
statistics Office take up back on track in city. The Sheffield office market is now “back on track” after a disappointing start to 2014, according to Commercial Property Partners... -> Read more at The Star

Statistics Office Take Up Back on Track in City

6 days ago
statistics Office take up back on track in city. The Sheffield office market is now “back on track” after a disappointing start to 2014, according to Commercial Property Partners. -> Read more at The Star

Maplin Sold to Pizza Hut UK Owner

Maplin Sold to Pizza Hut UK Owner25 days ago
Maplin sold to Pizza Hut UK owner. Electronics chain Maplin, based in Rotherham, is sold to turnaround specialists Rutland Partners, which owns Pizza Hut UK and Bernard Matthews, for £85m. -> Read more at BBC News

Boy Wins £12m Payout from Hospital

Boy Wins £12m Payout from Hospital40 days ago
Boy wins £12m payout from hospital. A North Yorkshire boy left severely disabled following problems during his birth could receive up to £12m in compensation. -> Read more at BBC News

Have Your Say at Dunscroft and Stainforth PACT Meeting

48 days ago
Have your say at Dunscroft and Stainforth PACT meeting. Residents from Dunscroft and Stainforth can have their say about any neighbourhood issues at a Partners and Communities Together meeting on Tuesday... -> Read more at South Yorkshire Times

Developers Plan Beverley Housing Plan Exhibition

15 hours ago
Developers plan Beverley housing plan exhibition. The partners behind proposals for a housing development on the southern edge of Beverley will present a public exhibition next week as part of their ongoing consultation programme... -> Read more at Driffield Post Times

Benn's Life Captured in Major New Documentary

12 hours ago
Benn's life captured in major new documentary. A film tribute to former Chesterfield MP Tony Benn is to receive one of its first screenings in the town before its cinema release in the autumn. -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph

Jimbo Scores a World Cup Hit

32 days ago
Jimbo scores a World Cup hit. Barnsley College staff member Jimbo Wilmshurst has scored a World Cup hit with a tongue-in-cheek charity song about relationship troubles during the tournament. Jimbo, an Information Advisor at the College, penned the track 'I Met Football Before I Met You' to highlight the battle between ardent football fans and 'World Cup widows. ' The song has featured... -> Read more at Barnsley News & Sport

Police Focus on Prolific Offenders to Tackle Burglary

12 days ago
Police focus on prolific offenders to tackle burglary. Humberside Police know that the vast majority of crime in a community is carried out by a small number of prolific offenders. To deal with this issue police and multi-agency partners work together to try and ensure they don’t re-offend through various measures and interventions... -> Read more at Driffield Post Times

The Way You Register to Vote Has Changed

9 hours ago
The way you register to vote has changed. People living in Kirklees are to receive a letter telling them how the changes to registering to vote will affect them. -> Read more at Kirklees Council

Long Serving Labour Pair to Receive Medals

33 days ago
Long serving Labour pair to receive medals. Two Labour Party stalwarts in Sheffield have dates at Buckingham Palace... -> Read more at Sheffield Telegraph