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Made in Sheffield: From skeletal hands to the world's fastest sled, nine of the best steel city inventions
A new exhibition looks at the creations of the pioneering companies working at the vanguard of manufacturing industries in South Yorkshire. Here are nine of them.
The Leeds tiger was bought by wealthy Leeds industrialist William Gott in 1862. It was originally shot by a decorated soldier in the Himalayas 16 year earlier.
Here's ten studio potters to look out for at Ceramic Art York, the three day selling fair on September 9 and 10 featuring some of the most talented makers of British studio ceramics working today.
A brooding presence in the peripheral vision frequently turns out to be a sculpted figure in Ryan Gander's combination of figurative and abstract elements from the collection, says Mark Sheerin.
11,000 pints of beer: Museum launches appeal to save thousands of coins from political upheaval of 4th century
The Yorkshire Museum needs to raise £44,000 in four months to keep the largest hoard of its kind ever found in the north of England.
From the Stade de France and Cristiano Ronaldo's eyebrow to a Hull shopping centre and the city's aquarium, The Deep, moths seem to be ubiquitous. The ones on Humberside are a homage to a flying......
Terry's Chocolate Apple and Rowntree's in the trenches: York and Australia linked by Chocolate Story
For World Chocolate Day 2016, take a look at the tins sent to World War One soldiers and the Australian author whose Penguin book is inspired by York's chocolate history.
Barnsley arts centre says town's "Pound Shop of the North" tag is great - and calls on residents to send in objects
Partly inspired by a now-defunct Twitter account casting the South Yorkshire town in an unflattering light, Barnsley's Civic has issued a call for objects alongside an exhibition by artist Jason......
A strobe-lit chandelier channels an elitist 18th century drinking club in one of two new installations by Mat Collishaw, set between the Banqueting House and Temple of Piety at the National Trust's......