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Hull fish factory worker Anthony Cass bites off man's ear at house party

A fish factory worker bit half a colleague's ear off when violence erupted at an all-night house party. Anthony Cass, 32, who had a history of drunken violence, was so intoxicated, he said he could not remember doing it. He was found by police lying betw

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bransholme's 50 years in pictures exhibition at North Point prompts hundreds to share memories

Hundreds of people have started sharing their memories of living and working in Bransholme at a new exhibition charting the estate's history. Featuring nearly 100 images from the Mail's archives, the exhibition is open for the next six weeks at North Poi

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Humber LEP promotes the region at UK Northern Powerhouse Conference

The Humber Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) will be flying the flag for the region at the UK Northern Powerhouse Annual Conference and Exhibition 2017. As part of the "LEP Zone" at the exhibition, being held in Manchester today and...

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City say no formal offer for Abel Hernandez

Hull City insist they have not received any formal offers for Abel Hernandez amid speculation the striker could be a target for Chinese side Beijing Guoan before the end of the month. Hernandez is currently part of City's warm-weather training camp in Po

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

How Hull City's Andrea Ranocchia went from Italian supertstar to a joke at Inter Milan

When Hull City defender Andrea Ranocchia marked his Premier League debut with an inspired clean-sheet in the 2-0 win over Liverpool earlier this month, Antonio Conte will have worn a wry smile. Not only were his Chelsea side another step closer to the ti

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Films Hull paedophile David Sutton, 61, watched were so sick they even upset police

A paedophile has been jailed after being caught with films and photographs of child sex abuse that were so disgusting even police found them upsetting. David Sutton, 61, had nearly 1,000 indecent images, and 169 films, on his tablet computer when police

Tuesday, 07:00 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull KR get the better of Hull FC in reserve team derby

It's been 600 days since Hull KR and Hull FC announced controversial plans to merge the club's academies - and it remains a decision which irks some - but the two teams continue to keep their rivalry healthy on all fronts. The 42-18 victory for the Robin

Monday, 21:57 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why police will be knocking on 200 doors in Longhill

People living on Longhill should expect a knock on the door from police soon. Humberside Police force are upping patrols in a bid to crack down on arson and antisocial behaviour following recent deliberate fires on the estate. Officers will be visiting h

Monday, 21:57 in Yorkshire & Humber

Game of Throne's Mark Addy visits Dope Burger - and donates £60 to stolen charity fund!

A celebrity has made a surprise visit at one of Hull's most popular burger bars tonight. Actor Mark Addy, star of Game of Thrones and The Full Monty, bought his tea from Dope Burger, in Anlaby Road and while he was there, generously paid £60 into the com

Monday, 20:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull KR vs Hull FC LIVE reserves friendly

Welcome to KCOM Craven Park for a special derby fixture this evening. Hull KR host Hull FC in what is being billed as a reserve team fixture but it's safe to say there is a good bit of interest in this contest. The Black and Whites travel across the city

Monday, 19:35 in Yorkshire & Humber

Humberside Police chief constable Justine Curran announces retirement

Humberside Police chief constable Justine Curran has retired from the top job. Ms Curran, who is stepping down from the role after four years in the job, said it was "time to let someone else lead" Humberside Police. Her deputy, Garry...

Monday, 19:11 in Yorkshire & Humber

Gridlocked traffic as level crossing barrier gets stuck in Boothferry Road, Goole

Drivers have come to a standstill because the barrier at a level crossing is stuck. Queues of vehicles have built up after a fault with the barrier in Goole town centre, with some drivers attempting to turn round in the middle of the road to avoid delays

Monday, 18:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Dog with grapefruit-sized tumour left to die 'slow, horrible death' in shed on derelict Hull estate

A Rottweiler with untreated tumours was left to die "a slow, horrible death" after being barricaded inside a tiny coal shed in a derelict house in east Hull. The nine-year-old dog - who has since been named Cassie - was found on February 14...

Monday, 18:41 in Yorkshire & Humber

Marc Sneyd signs new contract at Hull FC

Marc Sneyd has signed a new contract at Hull FC to keep him at the KCOM Stadium until 2019. The reigning club player of the year and last season's Lance Todd Trophy winner has agreed a two-year extension with the Black and Whites. The 26-year-old was out

Monday, 18:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Sherlock actor Mark Gatiss among Gunpowder stars filming at Beverley Minster

Fans of cult TV dramas Game of Thrones, Dr Who, and Sherlock had a chance to spy actor and screenwriter Mark Gatiss when he descended on Beverley this morning. The British creative, who wrote some of the episodes in sci-fi favourite Dr Who and also playe

Monday, 17:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

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