Covid-19 is making it more difficult to maintain routines and activities to keep people with dementia well in Doncaster,Rotherham, Barnsley and the Wakefield District.
Speeding motorists are being targeted in the Wakefield district.
"Much more work needs to be done" to understand the impact of the coronavirus on black, Asian and minority ethnic (BAME) communities, a minister has admitted.
It dates from 1097 and its place in London's history is almost unrivalled.
Britain's dry spell is due to come to an abrupt end tomorrow with rain and thunder forecast for large parts of the country after the driest May on record.
Vulnerable youths are being dressed up as key workers by drugs gangs to evade detection from the police during the lockdown.
A house that has been teetering on the edge of a cliff has finally fallen after a section of the Kent coastline collapsed.
Officers in Paris fired tear gas after thousands gathered for a banned protest against police brutality.
A Rohingya refugee has become the first to die from coronavirus in Bangladesh, as infections rise in camps holding more than one million people who fled from Mynamar.
New Zealand could lift its remaining restrictions on social distancing and group gatherings next week, after recording no new coronavirus cases for an 11th consecutive day.
Social distancing can limit the chance of catching coronavirus to under 3%, according to the most comprehensive study so far.
Boris Johnson is set to chair a meeting of Britain's National Security Council (NSC) on Tuesday, with China the one topic on the agenda, Sky News understands.
Clubs have been given the go-ahead to take part in friendly matches ahead of the planned resumption of the Premier League.
England will play their three-Test series against West Indies in July behind closed doors at The Ageas Bowl and Old Trafford subject to UK Government clearance, the ECB has announced.
Premier League players are facing a crucial week of testing as any positive test would likely rule them out from the opening round of restarted games.
England captain Joe Root insists he will be at the birth of his second child - even if that means missing a Test match.
Lewis Hamilton says he is "overcome with rage" following the death of George Floyd in America, and has urged people to speak up on behalf of the Black Lives Matter movement.
Millions of people have turned the internet black for #BlackoutTuesday, a huge social media protest sparked following the death of George Floyd.
Little Mix star Jade Thirlwall has said she used to be "ashamed" of her mixed-race heritage after being bullied at school, and says she did not talk about it publicly when she joined the band because she feared "not being as popular".
The zoo land formerly owned by Tiger King star Joe Exotic has been handed over to Carole Baskin, his arch enemy from the hit show, according to US media.
Lea Michele has been accused of making a former Glee co-star's experience on the show a "living hell".
Billie Eilish and Pink have criticised the "All Lives Matter" term in response to the death of a black man who was pinned down by a white police officer in the US.
Two men snuck into a bedroom with machetes after being hired to carry out a stranger's sexual fantasy of being tied up in his underwear and stroked with a broom, only to discover they had got the wrong address.
A pigeon suspected of being trained to "spy" by Pakistan has been captured in India along one of the world's most contested borders, Indian officials said.
Scientists have reported getting so high on the nitrous oxide emitted by penguin poo that it actually made them ill.
Footage has been released of what is thought to be the last images of the extinct Tasmanian tiger.
As the debate over how and when the Premier League should return rages on, a club in South Korea have shown the dangers of playing behind closed doors.