A man has been stabbed in an altercation at a nightclub in Sheffield in the early hours of Saturday morning.
Officers said the incident took place in or around the Crystal Bar in Carver Street.
A man aged in his 20s suffered injuries consistent with a stab wound, though his injuries are not thought to be life-threatening, South Yorkshire Police said.
Police are appealing for anyone with any information or who saw the incident to contact them.
A giant dragon puppet flew off the coast of Plymouth as part of a two-day outdoor theatre performance.
Withernsea High School will stop providing post-16 education from this autumn if councillors approve the plan at a meeting on Wednesday.
It would mean students would have to commute to Hull or Beverley to do their A-levels in future.
A report to the East Riding Councils cabinet states the vast majority of students have sought places elsewhere for several years, reducing the schools ability to offer a wide range of subjects.
The school took the decision to enroll no Year 12 students in September 2020 and no places have been offered for September 2021.
The council is being asked to support the governing body’s request for an age range change to end post-16 education at the school.
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Western Power Distribution says electricity should be back by now to most of the hundreds of homes affected by power cuts near Shrewsbury on Tuesday morning.
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More than 700 homes were initially left without power in the SY5 and SY3 postcodes.
There are still nearly 30 homes in Shrewsbury which should be reconnected by 11:00 BST.
Leeds United are closing in on a club record £30m deal to sign Manchester United winger Daniel James.
Leeds coach Marcelo Bielsa has been keeping a close eye on James ever since the Welshmans move to Elland Road from Swansea collapsed in January 2019.
James subsequently joined United that summer and has scored nine goals in 74 appearances for the Red Devils.
Leeds were thinking about making a move during the last summer window but brought in Brazilian Raphinha instead.
It is understood a fee has been agreed in principle, with only the final details remaining to be completed.
The fee would be a club record for the West Yorkshire side, eclipsing the 29m euro (£24.8m) they paid Valencia for striker Rodrigo 12 months ago.
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Birmingham City have signed striker Troy Deeney on a two-year deal after he left Watford.
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Deeney was out of contract next summer, but his departure was announced prior to his move to Blues. He scored 140 goals in 419 games for the Hornets, after joining from Walsall in August 2010.
Speaking to Blues club channels following his signing, Deeney said: Everyone knows that this is my team, Ive made that clear in the past but if I was going to join Blues it had to be right for all parties.
I believe in the existing project here and, having spoken to the Gaffer [Lee Bowyer] and Craig [Gardner], can clearly visualise my role in the squad.
Quote Message: Blues boss Lee Bowyer pointed out in the clubs media release that the striker has taken a sizeable pay cut to make the move. He also paid tribute to sporting director Craig Gardner for acting decisively when it became apparent that Deeney was available... His arrival at Blues has always seemed a long shot, despite his life-long support of the club, but at 33 years of age the chance to take on a new challenge and to play for his team at St Andrews was arguably too much to turn down from Richard Wilford BBC Radio WM Blues reporter
It will be another largely cloudy day today. In the afternoon cloud may break up in a few places to give the odd sunny spell, but it should remain cloudy for most and will stay mostly dry too.
Highs of 14C to 17C (57F to 63F).
This evening cloud will continue to break up to give a few further sunny spells.
Tonight thicker cloud will build back in and it will become mostly overcast with the odd spell of drizzle around. Low of 11C to 14C (52F to 57F).
The organisers of the Yorkshire Balloon Fiesta, which took place in York across the weekend, have said the event attracted more than 60,000 visitors.
This was despite some events at York Racecourse being cancelled due to safety concerns caused by the poor weather conditions.
John Lowery, from the festival, said: Unfortunately the balloons are temperamental so we couldnt get them up on Sunday and Monday, but the entertainment that was here people enjoyed just as much.
The event had originally been planned for May after the 2020 event was cancelled due to the Covid pandemic, but could not go ahead due to continued government restrictions.
It was rescheduled for September, but a clash with a race meeting resulted in it being brought forward to August.
A woman has died after three vehicles crashed in Herefordshire, police said.
Officers were called to the A44 Worcester Road near Bromyard on Sunday at 12:20 BST after a silver Skoda Octavia estate, a blue Audi Q5 and a white Volvo Traffic Artic lorry had collided.
The driver of the Audi, a 44 year-old woman from Leominster, sustained fatal injuries and died at the scene.
Her next of kin have been informed, West Mercia Police said, adding no-one else involved in the collision had been injured.
The road was closed for several hours while investigation and recovery work took place.
Officers are appealing for anyone who witnessed the crash or has dashcam footage to come forward.
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