A new chairman has been appointed to head Yorkshire's troubled tourism agency.
The leader of Wakefield Council Peter Box (pictured) will take over at Welcome to Yorkshire after local authorities agreed to inject £1m to keep the the organisation going.
Its former chief executive, Sir Gary Verity, resigned in March on health grounds, but later faced complaints about his behaviour and expenses.
Mr Box said he intended to make the agency "open and transparent".
"I'm going to try and make a difference," he said.