Young people, office staff, trade unions and campaigners from across Wakefield, and the rest of West Yorkshire, are joining thousands across the world calling for action on climate change.
The current political situation is creating 'divisions' in society - according to West Yorkshire's Police and Crime Commissioner.
More suicides were recorded in the Wakefield District last year than in the previous year.
Tigers move a step closer to Old Trafford
No changes for clash with York
Kirmond signs for another year
Thomas Cook has ceased trading, the Civil Aviation Authority says as it launches a programme to bring stranded customers home.
Concerned Thomas Cook customers have been bombarding the troubled tour operator with queries about the fate of their holiday plans.
A 19-year-old man has been charged with murder after the body of a young woman was discovered in a stream in a woodland area near Birmingham.
A weather warning has been issued for parts of the UK as heavy downpours and thunderstorms are set to batter the country.
Labour will campaign at the next general election with a promise to effectively abolish private schools and "redistribute" their properties to the state sector.
If Donald Trump pressured his Ukrainian counterpart to investigate former US vice president Joe Biden then impeachment would be the only option, the US House Intelligence Committee chairman has warned.
Protests in Hong Kong have descended into violence once again - with demonstrators trampling on a Chinese flag, vandalising a train station and setting a fire across a street on Sunday.
Commitments made under the Paris climate agreement are now no longer enough to limit global warming to acceptable levels, the United Nations Special Envoy for Climate Change has told Sky News.
At least 22 people have been killed after a bus rammed into a hill in Pakistan following a brake failure.
Australia's foreign minister has called footage purporting to show hundreds of shackled and blindfolded Chinese Muslim prisoners by a train at a station "deeply disturbing".
Roy Keane delivered a damning assessment of Manchester United after their defeat to West Ham, describing himself as "shocked and saddened".
Ferrari have explained why they pitted Sebastian Vettel first and not Charles Leclerc in the strategy that changed the destination of the Singapore GP victory.
Danny Willett produced an outstanding final-round performance in the Wentworth rain as he outduelled Jon Rahm to capture a three-shot victory at the BMW PGA Championship.
Eddie Jones admitted England needed "Fergie time" to ensure their World Cup title campaign began with a bonus-point victory over Tonga.
Dover boss Andy Hessenthaler wanted to take his players off the pitch amid alleged racist abuse directed at them by the crowd during his side's win at Hartlepool on Saturday.
Phoebe Waller-Bridge has won two Emmy awards for her critically acclaimed comedy series Fleabag.
Jonathan Van Ness - one of the stars of hit US TV show Queer Eye - has told fans he is taking a short break from the spotlight, after revealing in his book he is HIV positive.
The rapper Slowthai has insisted he doesn't condone violence in any form after pulling out a fake severed head of Boris Johnson during his performance at the Mercury Prize.
A new trailer for The Crown shows the Queen's transition from Claire Foy to Olivia Colman.
Rapper Dave has won this year's Mercury Prize at a politically charged ceremony, hugging his mum on stage after picking up the award.
A branch of the US military has apologised after a tweet appeared to threaten people trying to visit Area 51 over the weekend.
Pinyo Pukpinyo's job is not for the faint-hearted - he's Bangkok's number one snake catcher.
An internet joke to storm Area 51 and "see them aliens" has drawn hundreds of people to the mysterious US government facility.
A tiny fish, just an inch long and weighing less than a gram, has made a full recovery after radical surgery to remove a growth from its stomach.
A second man has been arrested in connection with the theft of an 18-carat gold toilet from Blenheim Palace.