Why Yorkshire Brands Matter

Here at i-Yorkshire, we’re really passionate about all things Yorkshire, and we know that you are too. There’s just something special about God’s Own County, and the diverse people that call the region home. Maybe it’s something in the water! County pride is something that runs deep, and it is something that we all shout
It’s not often that you’d hear that phrase. Northerners, while friendly and amiable, often have an instant dislike or distrust of someone when we hear that southern accent. But this is a Southerner that you can get behind – mainly, because it’s a bus, not a person. First Buses have been trialling Electric Buses, and
The office environment has changed a lot over the last few decades. Technology has taken us to new heights with productivity, communication and efficiency. However, there are definitely some drawbacks too – and Gerard O’Shaughnessy has made headlines recently with his new method of tackling the issue. He claims that phones are becoming a massive
The Ice-Cream Van melodies are one of those irreplaceable and characteristic sounds of a British summer, along with the screeching seagulls and the old-fashioned pier attractions and arcades if you’re lucky enough to live in one of the Yorkshire seaside towns. Who can deny that Whitby or Scarborough would be complete without a Mr Whippy
Two major mobile networks have announced that they will be launching 5G networks in Leeds and Sheffield later this year. Many people are excited about the possibility of faster mobile internet connection, by many are also worried about the apparent health risks of the new technology – so what can we expect? 5G Rollout –

D-Day and the East Yorkshire Regiment

This week, it is important to remember those who risked and gave their lives to defend us. This is the story of the 2nd Battalion East Yorkshire Regiment, who took part in the D-Day invasion of 1944, on the beaches of Normandy. Most information here has been sourced from the Yorkshire Regiment Living History Group.
Migration Yorkshire is a UK based charity that will look at helping child refugees into foster care. It’s founder, Hossain Ahmadi, fled Iran in 2015 when he was only 14 years old. He lives with a foster family in Leeds, and now wants to help others in a similar situation. This month, his charity was
The university recently overtook Imperial College London by attracting £124 million in research funds from various organisations across the globe. National funders such as Innovate UK and the Engineering and Physical Sciences Research Council (EPSRC) contributed (to name a few) as well as local initiatives, like the Sheffield City Region Local Enterprise Partnership. ‘A Monumental