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Can you name these schoolchildren photographed in Hull in the 1980s?

Do you recognise anyone in these photographs from 1982? That is the question Professor Michael K Meyers, from Chicago, is hoping to have answered. He came to teach at the Humberside College of Higher Education back in 1982. READ MORE: Papas in Hull to se

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live updates as lorry crash closes Barnetby Top roundabout

A busy roundabout which connects drivers to the Humber Bridge into Hull has been closed after a lorry toppled over and shed its loads of timber. Two fire crews and police have been called to Barnetby Top after the crash at 10.27am. They were phoned by a

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

LIVE Hull City news: Tigers keen on Tomas Kalas amid Harry Maguire bid from Leicester City

Leicester City have reportedly bid £16.5m for Hull City defender Harry Maguire. It was reported yesterday that bids had been made for both Maguire and Andy Robertson from unnamed clubs, however, the Daily Mail believe it was Leicester who placed a large

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

David Bowie's Spiders from Mars to be honoured with blue plaque in Hull for BBC Music Day

David Bowie's iconic Spiders from Mars will be honoured by receiving a blue plaque as part of BBC Music Day. BBC Local Radio, BBC Asian Network and The British Plaque Trust have announced 47 new Blue Plaques commemorating people or places that have great

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live updates as London tower block engulfed in huge fire

A huge fire has engulfed a tower block of flats in west London with reports people have died and others have been trapped in their homes. More than 200 firefighters have been sent to tackle the fire at the 27-storey Grenfell Tower, which was reported jus

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Loving tributes to tragic Hull dad Paul Smith, 50, who 'slipped and drowned' in Barmston Drain, Hull

A heartbroken wife has paid a moving tribute to her 'lovely, thoughtful and caring' husband of 13 years who tragically drowned in Barmston Drain. Paul Smith, 50, died in the shallow stretch of water just off Clough Road, leaving his close-knit family dev

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Driver Tony Sherwin to take Hull council to court over Holderness Road Tesco bus lane fine

A disgruntled driver has vowed to fight a controversial fine for encroaching a bus lane by launching a tribunal against Hull City Council. Tony Sherwin, 36, is one of a number of motorists who was caught entering the bus lane in Holderness Road too early

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Banned Andrew Brockwell led high-speed police chase after 'prolonged kiss' at traffic lights

A drink-driver led police on a high-speed chase through Hull before leaving an officer injured when he crashed into their car. Andrew Brockwell was caught on CCTV kissing a passenger while parked in the city centre before setting off on his ill-fated jou

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

What we know about the 11 stores coming to Princes Quay shopping centre's outlet deck in Hull

With just days until Princes Quay's new outlet deck opens following a £20m investment, we take a look at what new shops will be taking residence. The new outlet deck will be the first in the country to be integrated into a city centre mall alongside full

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Wingfield Farm near Humber Bridge is looking for MORE staff - from chefs to porters and cleaners

A new family pub is already advertising for more staff just one week after opening its doors to the public. Wingfield Farm on Boothferry Roundabout in Hessle, which is owned by Greene King, opened last Monday as hundreds turned up for the pub's grand ope

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Humber Bridge glass lift plan rethink as new visitor attraction 'masterplan' drawn up

New plans are being drawn up to turn the Humber Bridge into a major visitor attraction. They include revised proposals for a glass lift taking tourists to the top of the bridge's north tower. A scheme including the lift, a new visitor centre, hotel, rest

14 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City 2017/18: this is when the Championship fixtures are released

All eyes have now turned to next season for Hull City, following their relegation from the Premier League. City will be competing in the Championship next season and ahead of a summer of uncertainty, we can bring you some key dates to add structure to th

13 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Greggs have to provide toilets or lose seating at two Hull outlets as High Court appeal withdrawn

Two Greggs outlets in Hull will be forced to provide toilets or remove seating from their store. Lawyers for Hull City Council complained after Greggs were told they didn't need loos because they had less than ten seats, no knives and forks and no waiter

13 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Here's how to get a FREE steak meal this Father's Day at Beefeater restaurants

You can treat your dad to a free steak meal this Father's Day. On the big day, Sunday, June 18, for those who don't know, restaurant chain Beefeater is offering the freebie. If you live in Hull and want to take advantage of the deal you'll have to travel

13 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Coronation Street Bethany grooming storyline takes a dramatic twist - to Hull

It is the Coronation Street storyline that has had viewers gripped. But instead of remaining on the cobbles of Weatherfield, Bethany and her scheming fiancé Nathan are heading to Hull - but don't expect to see any film crews. Bethany is at a crossroads w

13 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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