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Shrinking budgets mean Hull schools able to teach fewer subjects – MPs

Schools are having to “narrow” what subjects they teach due to budget cutbacks, Hull MPs have told the Chancellor. The three city MPs have combined forces to urge Chancellor Philip Hammond, who will deliver the Budget on Wednesday, to fork-out more...

Thursday, 15:32 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull woman fined after leaving Peaches the dog trapped in 40C heat inside car

A Hull woman left her dog trapped inside a car without water on a baking hot day. Police were forced to rescue the Bichon Frise, which was seen panting, drooling and barking as temperatures spiked at 28 degrees outside, by smashing the passenger...

Thursday, 15:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man wanted after trying to rob a shop in Hull

A man has tried to rob a shop in Hull. The man walked into a shop in Ridsdale, off Littondale in Sutton Park, at 8.40pm yesterday and demanded money while threatening staff. Nobody was injured and nothing was stolen during the event on Wednesday,...

Thursday, 15:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

These Hull schools are not using their £100k biomass boilers

Purpose-built biomass boilers are gathering dust at a number of schools in Hull having never been used. They were all installed as part of the huge £400m Building Schools for the Future programme which saw all the city secondary schools and some...

Thursday, 14:58 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bigger double deckers introduced on X62 Hull-Leeds bus route

Stagecoach has increased capacity on their Hull to Leeds bus service due to popular demand. The X62, which travels from Hull Interchange to Leeds, via Brough and Goole, is upgrading from 49 to 76 seats, the operator has announced. The bigger buses...

Thursday, 14:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

How victim tracked down £6,000 worth of his stolen gold just by knocking on doors

A burglary victim turned detective when they managed to trace thousands of pounds of stolen jewellery and cash back to the hands of a prolific burglar. The victim of the burglary, in Berkley Street, Hull, asked around the local area and tracked the...

Thursday, 14:47 in Yorkshire & Humber

Moment Peter Levy starts pole dancing in St Stephen’s Shopping Centre

Look North’s Peter Levy has been pole dancing in the middle of a Hull shopping centre, to raise money for Children in Need. The presenter took part in the challenge in St Stephen's, which is just one of a series of fundraising efforts he is taking...

Thursday, 14:08 in Yorkshire & Humber

'I used to be a mechanic': Queen reminisces with Siemens workers on visit to Hull factory

Her Majesty the Queen saw a wind turbine blade being made as she met employees at Siemens blade factory in Alexandra Dock. Employees greeted the Queen after arriving from Paragon Station, including South Hunsley School students who have worked with...

Thursday, 13:21 in Yorkshire & Humber

'A day to remember' - crowds delight as hundreds pack out Hull Paragon to meet the Queen

Hundreds of people lined the concourse at Paragon Interchange to welcome the Queen to Hull. The Queen is undertaking a tour of Hull to commemorate its City of Culture year-and saying hello to residents as she passes. Crowds gathered, whooped and...

Thursday, 12:32 in Yorkshire & Humber

Shock and fear as woman attacked in west Hull graveyard

Worried residents have raised concerns about the safety of a west Hull street after a woman was attacked in a nearby cemetery. Forensics teams have been collecting evidence from General Cemetery in Spring Bank West and nearby homes in Hymers Avenue...

Thursday, 12:26 in Yorkshire & Humber
How to get £15 worth of free fuel and beat the petrol price rise

How to get £15 worth of free fuel and beat the petrol price rise

The fourth day of our Seven Days of Christmas deals could be coming at just the right moment. Fuel prices, according to the RAC, says motorists are going to see rising fuel prices of up to 12p per litre before Christmas. The hike is due to the rising...

Thursday, 12:26 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull Minster hosts its first banquet - and it looks incredible

It's played host to beer festivals, concerts and fashion shows. Now, Hull Minster is showing its potential as one of the city's newest and most atmospheric banqueting venues. Some 150 specially-invited guests were recently served their evening meal in...

Thursday, 11:46 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man threatened at knifepoint in road rage row in Hull city centre

A man says he has been threatened with a knife during a road rage incident in Hull city centre. The man, who was not hurt during the incident, says he was threatened by a man with a "bladed weapon" in Paragon Street at around 11.30pm on...

Thursday, 11:34 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why Zero-hours jobs in Hull are 'here to stay'

One of the driving forces behind Hull's economic resurgence says zero-hours contracts could be here to stay. The contracts allow companies to employ staff without guaranteeing any work. Instead, employees only work when they are needed and are often...

Thursday, 11:27 in Yorkshire & Humber

The moment the Queen arrives in Hull

This is the moment Queen Elizabeth II officially arrived in Hull. Her Royal Majesty is visiting the city on a whirlwind tour on Thursday, going to some of the city's best-known places. She arrived in the city via train at 10.30am, where hundreds of...

16 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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