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Police appeal as £2,000 ink cartridges stolen from Sainsbury's

Police are appealing for help in tracking down two men in connection with the theft of £2,000 worth of printer cartridges. Officers have released CCTV stills of these two men in the hope they can be identified. The theft took place on Wednesday, July 5 a

Thursday, 13:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Barker's Breakfast Club: 'We're ready to bury the hatchet after Veterans' Weekend ban'

A former serviceman says he has now buried the hatchet with Hull City Council over its decision to ban his group from last month's Veterans Weekend at East Park. Dereck Hardman was furious when Barker's Breakfast Club, an international movement started i

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Driver smashes into fence at King George Dock in Hull

A driver crashed into a fence in east Hull on Wednesday night. Police have said no-one was hurt in the collision, which happened at King George Dock in Hedon Road at about 9.22pm. Officers tweeted these photos of the scene alongside the words:...

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Fancy working at KCOM Stadium on match day? Jobs up for grabs

If you love the thrill of match day at the KCOM Stadium then now you have the opportunity to work there and get paid to be part of it. Tiger Events is advertising for concourse staff for Hull City and Hull FC match days and says that no experience is nec

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Traffic gridlock on A63 as Myton Bridge closes

Traffic gridlock on A63 as Myton Bridge closes

There has been traffic chaos this morning on the A63 after the Myton Bridge was closed to allow a ship to pass underneath it. Traffic backed up heavily in both directions between Great Union Street and Market Place. The traffic system Inrix originally re

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull Live: Breaking news, traffic and travel from across East Yorkshire on August 10

Welcome to the rolling news live blog where you'll find all the latest news and traffic, travel , sport and weather updates for Hull and East Yorkshire on August 10. If it's happening in our city, you'll hear it here first. If it's happening in the wider

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Newland Avenue braced for two months of disruption as date for major roadworks revealed

Newland Avenue braced for two months of disruption as date for major roadworks revealed

Business leaders are gearing themselves up for disruption as two months of "major" roadworks will hit one of west Hull's main streets. Major road resurfacing works will start in parts of Newland Avenue in September and are due to last up to...

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
This is how Hull's new 11-bed mental health unit for children could look

This is how Hull's new 11-bed mental health unit for children could look

This artist’s impression shows for the first time how a new multi-million pound mental health inpatient unit for children and young people in Hull could look. Humber NHS Foundation Trust has applied for planning permission to provide the much-needed faci

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
New landlords of Cross Keys in Cottingham hope to bring their character to well-known pub

New landlords of Cross Keys in Cottingham hope to bring their character to well-known pub

The landlords of the iconic Cross Keys in Cottingham are "excited" by the challenge of taking over the reins at the village pub. John Smile and his partner, Rebecca Charnock, say they are keen to replicate the business’s success after the...

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Bride Micro Scooters through city centre to make sure illness doesn't spoil her wedding day

Bride Micro Scooters through city centre to make sure illness doesn't spoil her wedding day

A Hull bride suffering from chronic pain made sure her illness did not get in the way of her big day - by arriving on a Micro Scooter with all her bridesmaids in tow. Victoria Faye, 28, has fibromyalgia, a condition which means she struggles to walk and

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
East Yorkshire accessibility expert helping Gibraltar's plans to create a cultural and sporting hotspot

East Yorkshire accessibility expert helping Gibraltar's plans to create a cultural and sporting hotspot

It is better known for its barbary macaques and importance as a British wartime fortress than a sporting destination. However, Gibraltar's role as a sporting and cultural hotspot is gathering pace - helped in part by an accessibility consultant from East

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hull business Arco calls on businesses to help put an end to exploitation

Hull business Arco calls on businesses to help put an end to exploitation

In a world where fast fashion is as disposable as the packages in which the garments are shipped in, few people think about where their clothes came from or how they were made. Unfortunately, this shift has seen a dramatic spike in slave labour and deter

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
This food company is closing its Hull factory resulting in the loss of 68 jobs

This food company is closing its Hull factory resulting in the loss of 68 jobs

The UK’s leading gluten-free food specialist will close its Hull factory, resulting in 68 job losses. Genius Foods, which has a bakery factory in Main Street, off Fountain Road in the city centre, announced plans in April to cut its 151-strong workforce.

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Reckless overtaking driver breaks woman's neck in horrifying head-on crash

Reckless overtaking driver breaks woman's neck in horrifying head-on crash

A man smashed into an oncoming car and left his victim with a fractured neck after trying to overtake a lorry on a main road. Pawel Bugajski, 24, pulled out from behind the HGV straight into the path of a Suzuki Swift on the B1248 in Towthorpe, near Pock

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Heart Awards 2017: 'Inspirational' mum who never complains nominated

A mum who would "move the earth" to care for her son has been nominated for a Heart Award. Dawn Christmas dedicates her life to caring for her son, Jack, who has Mowat Wilson Syndrome - a rare condition which affects just one in 171 children...

10 August 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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