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Hull FC Super League fixtures 2017 - schedule proves why deep squad needed

The moment the fixtures for next season's Super League campaign are revealed has almost become a rugby league pastime. We may have the upcoming Four Nations tournament to feast on, but who you support in club rugby defines who you are as a fan. So when t

today, 19:15 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull KR Championship fixtures 2017 - route back to Super League is laid out

IN terms of experienced Championship opponents, Hull KR have a tough start to 2017 following the release of next year's fixture list. A home tie to Bradford Bulls is a fantastic way to kick off the campaign, in a battle between two sides tipped for succe

today, 19:15 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City are currently playing like a Championship team and not a very good one

Hull City have dropped into the bottom three of the Premier League on the back of a poor run of results and performances, but should we really be surprised? writes Peter Swan I don't see why. All City are actually doing is performing how most of us expec

today, 18:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

Cottingham Christmas lights are going up - but when will they be switched on?

If you listen very carefully, you can hear the very faint bells of sleigh bells. There are still a full two months until Christmas, but preparations are already well under way. For in Cottingham on Sunday, the first Christmas lights were being put up aro

today, 18:31 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why Hull children are among the country's fastest learners

One-in-three children in Hull cannot write simple sentences by the age of five. But children in early years settings across the city are improving their writing skills faster than the national average. According to new figures released by the Department

today, 16:34 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why Hull's Freetown Way junction should come with instruction manual for visitors

While on a recent trip to Hull, newcomer to the city Caroline Jones encountered the multiple crossings at the junction of Ferensway, Beverley Road, Spring Bank and Freetown Way. Here, she explains why it should come with an instruction manual. As the you

today, 15:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why even Hull City's advertising boards wanted Abel Hernandez to play

With Hull City trailing by two goals at home to Stoke City the KCOM Stadium crowd were calling for Abel Hernandez's introduction to the game. And it appears it wasn't just the crowd calling out Hernandez's name, it seems the advertising hoardings were ge

today, 15:12 in Yorkshire & Humber

Watch Hull school's weather balloon soar to the edge of space

This is the incredible view of Earth that schoolchildren got to enjoy after they sent a do-it-yourself weather balloon to the edge of space. Pupils from Sirius Academy West, in west Hull, were able to view the footage after a dog walker chanced on the re

today, 13:35 in Yorkshire & Humber

Car and tractor in serious crash on A63 at North Cave - Hull motorists warned of closure

The A63 has been closed westbound after a serious accident between a car and a tractor on Sunday morning. It happened on the stretch of road between South Cave and North Cave, closed the where the A63 joins the M62, at about 10.30am. The air ambulance wa

today, 11:45 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City woeful in defeat to Stoke City - the player ratings

It was supposed to be an opportunity to put things right after a 6-1 defeat at Bournemouth, but Hull City's slide down the Premier League continued with an equally worrying performance and result at home to Stoke City. Our City reporter Philip Buckingham

today, 10:39 in Yorkshire & Humber

Michael Owen says Hull City are certainties for relegation

After a positive start to the season which defied most expectations as Hull City beat champions Leicester City and then Swansea City, normal service has for many been resumed in recent weeks. A 2-0 defeat against Stoke City at the KCOM Stadium was the Ti

today, 09:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Five things we learned from Hull City vs Stoke City

It was anonther poor afternoon at the KCOM Stadium and that wasn't just the lowest crowd of the Premier League era as Hull City crashed to another defeat, this time 2-0 against Stoke City. Mike Phelan's men have dropped into the bottom three following a

today, 09:33 in Yorkshire & Humber

How a Hull trawler led the search for Noah's Ark

It sounds like the plot of the next Indiana Jones movie: an intrepid hunt for an ancient treasure, taking in Nazi battleships, the Titanic, clues from the Bible and the wrath of God. People have been searching for Noah's Ark for more than 2,000 years, ev

today, 08:18 in Yorkshire & Humber

15 questions people are asking about Hull - and the answers

Every day, people Google all sorts of questions about Hull, from “when was it founded?" to “why does it have cream telephone boxes?" Here, Hannah Robinson looks at 15 of the most popular queries about our city recently typed into search...

today, 07:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hessle Road store had sophisticated hiding place for illegal cigarettes

A specially trained sniffer dog has discovered a secret stash of illegal cigarettes hidden in a Hessle Road convenience store. Thanks to springer spaniel Scamp, £2,150 worth of smuggled cigarettes were recovered from the Marmary Food shop. The tobacco ha

today, 07:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

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