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Too afraid to take the bin out: How years of abuse stopped this man from living

Taking the bin out. A mundane task few think twice about doing - unless it's whether to do it straight after work or during the ad break of their favourite television show. But for one 31-year-old man, just the thought of stepping outside his front door

today, 10:39 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Elderly hospital patients taught ballet on the ward

Elderly hospital patients taught ballet on the ward

Hospital patients have been treated to a brilliant ballet class taught by a former Royal Ballet dancer. Vanessa Hooper visited Ward 9 at Hull Royal Infirmary last week to teach the class as many patients were unable to make it to the Royal Ballet at Hull

today, 09:56 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hull's health heroes: the dedicated people shortlisted for the Mail's Health and Care Awards 2017

Hull's health heroes: the dedicated people shortlisted for the Mail's Health and Care Awards 2017

Meet Hull's health heroes - the remarkable people who have been shortlisted for the Hull Daily Mail Health and Care Awards. Whether they wear a nurses uniform or work in their own clothes, there are thousands of men and women working tirelessly day in, d

today, 08:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
'Doctors say I'm too fat for a knee operation'

'Doctors say I'm too fat for a knee operation'

An arthritis sufferer who was told she was too fat for knee surgery says she has been left housebound and in pain. Rita Alston, 68, who lives in Priory Road, west Hull, was due to see doctors last year, but missed the appointment after falling ill. Since

today, 05:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull trial told: 'Man bit my ear off and spat it out in row over Facebook'

A man was scarred for life when he had part of his ear bitten off over a row on Facebook, a court heard. The severed flesh was later handed in at a police station when a witness went to give a statement, Hull Crown Court heard. Dalan Mercer, 19, is on tr

today, 05:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Which classroom hero deserves a Golden Apple Award 2017? How you can nominate

They are the backbones in every classroom, at the very heart of what makes education possible in Hull and East Yorkshire. Which is why two of the most special awards in this year’s Hull Daily Mail Golden Apple Education Awards is the Inspirational Teache

today, 05:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man who pushed young woman in front of lorry on Castle Street may never be released

A schizophrenic man who pushed a stranger into the path of a lorry on Hull's busiest road has been sent to a mental health hospital. John Touray's victim "could have been killed" when she was pushed onto the A63 in Castle Street at 1pm on...

today, 04:55 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Council £14.5m payout to boy left brain damaged in savage attack by mum's boyfriend

Council £14.5m payout to boy left brain damaged in savage attack by mum's boyfriend

A boy attacked by his mother's thug boyfriend has got a £14.5m payout after East Riding Council admitted staff knew he was at risk. The Hull boy was attacked when he was less than one year old and left with devastating injuries. The council has now agree

today, 04:55 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The reason why your bus was late and what bosses have to say about it

The chairman of EYMS has spoken out following bus delays and service cancellations on Sunday during the RB Hull Marathon. Peter Shipp, East Yorkshire Motor Service’s (EYMS) chairman has apologised to bus passengers who were inconvenienced more than neces

yesterday, 20:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police officer's fate revealed after tearful appeal to save his career

A police detective who was found guilty of gross misconduct has been spared dismissal after tearfully appealing to save his career. During a “dark” period in his life, Detective Constable Julian McGill of Humberside Police breached professional standards

yesterday, 19:11 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull football team forced to cut own grass despite paying council £280 a year

A football team has been left angry after they were forced to postpone a match because the grass had not been cut. AFC Sporting Falcon, which is based in east Hull, claim Hull City Council has failed to cut the grass on Stonebridge Playing Fields in Grea

yesterday, 17:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Investigations into KCOM's broadband monopoly is nearing completion

Investigations into KCOM's broadband monopoly is nearing completion

Ofcom will complete their investigations into KCOM next week. In June, the Mail revealed the regulator was seeking to open up competition in the city’s broadband market by investigating KCOM after raising concerns over the telecoms company’s monopoly in

yesterday, 17:41 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Asda's amazing gesture to help young girl with a rare condition

She is four years old and has never said a word but the smile on her face tells you all you need to know about how she is feeling. Alexa Burke has non-verbal autism, sensory issues and PICA - a disorder which makes her want to eat and chew things that ar

yesterday, 17:34 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Fancy working in a sex shop? This one in Hull is hiring

A sex shop in Hull city centre is hiring. Simply Pleasure, in Ferensway, is looking for a sales assistant. An advert for the job says employees will get a "generous staff discount". Are you looking for a job? Click here to see our Hull...

yesterday, 17:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tearful police officer begs for his job as he reveals reasons behind misconduct

An shamed detective has been found guilty of gross misconduct for accessing crime reports after being accused of assaulting his young son. Detective Constable Julian McGill of Humberside Police went into five crime reports over a 14-day period in August

yesterday, 17:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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