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Plans for 169 holiday caravans at controversial Lakeminster Park

Permission is being sought to site holiday caravans at a controversial park near Beverley, where residents occupied park homes for years without planning approval. Now, planning applications have been submitted for permission to site up to 169...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Shocking footage shows thug savagely punching helpless boy in horrific attack

Shocking footage has emerged of a boy being beaten to a pulp by a vicious thug. Two videos have been shared on Facebook showing a youth wearing black joggers, a black hoodie and a black cap punching and stamping on a boy's head. The young victim was...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

How Hull care company's cushions has put them at forefront of dementia treatment

A care company has become pioneers in their treatment of dementia patients with the introduction of a new distraction device. Baylea Care Home, part of Springfield Care, have launched a range of "twiddle cushions," the first of their kind in...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull mum starts up running group months after heart op - and has inspired more than 500 to join

A mum-of-three has started her own running club despite having heart surgery just six months ago. Tracy Larvin-Smith, 39, suffers from congenital heart disease and was born with a heart murmur. But, as her condition deteriorated, doctors offered Tracy...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Fans spot huge Emmerdale blunder as Ross and Pete rummage through dead brother's belongings

Eagle-eyed Emmerdale fans were quick to jump on a major howler filmed in last night’s episode. During what has been an explosive storyline for the popular soap, Ross and Pete Barton were seen rummaging through their dead brother’s belongings. Their...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Deliveroo is looking for bike and scooter riders in Hull

Deliveroo is hiring in Hull - and there are some great benefits on offer. The company delivers food from restaurants across the city to homes and businesses. It employs who riders who use cycles and scooters to deliver the dishes. Restaurants...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Serial thief stole from shop just hours after a court spared her jail - but walks free again

A serial shoplifter 'thanked' a judge who spared her prison by stealing a £300 razor just hours later. Anna Simpson, 50, left Hull Magistrates Court last Saturday, October 6 and went straight to Bridlington, where she stole the item from a branch of...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Fresh blow for BAE workers in Brough as no new Red Arrows Hawk jets are needed until 2030

Workers at BAE Systems in Brough have been dealt a fresh blow after the Ministry of Defence (MoD) confirmed no new Hawk jets are needed by the Red Arrows for another 13 years. The news comes after yesterday's announcement that 400 jobs would be lost...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Bogus 'roof repairers' steal cash from 70-year-old pensioner

Two men are wanted by police after conning their way into an elderly man's house before stealing a large sum of money. The pair convinced a 70-year-old homeowner that his roof needed repairing and the pensioner let the men in to discuss the work...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Financial services firm expand with new Beverley headquarters

A family-run financial services firm has opened a new Beverley headquarters in an attempt to address a lack of face-to-face banking on the high street. Ashley Phillips Ltd, who offer people advice for mortgages, life insurance, pensions and retirement...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Urgent appeal to find teenager missing since going to Hull Fair

An urgent appeal has been issued by police to find a teenager who has been missing for two days after going to Hull Fair. Adrian Staizak, 16, was last seen at the Walton Street extravaganza on Monday, October 9, at 3pm. He is described as white, of...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Ingenious strawberry idea to help tackle obesity wins student placement at RB's £105m centre

How a strawberry could help tackle obesity A teenager whose bright idea to tackle obesity was inspired by the humble strawberry will be among the first to work at RB's new £105m research centre in Hull. Nineteen-year-old Isabel Hyde won a national...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why Hull Women and Children's hospital is lit up blue and pink this week

Hull and East Yorkshire Women and Children's Hospital is lit up blue and pink this week to support Baby Loss Awareness Week. It was the idea of the midwives - who see first hand the devastation baby loss causes - to unite with bereaved parents. Baby...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
Couple who married in 1952 celebrate 65th anniversary - and here's their secret

Couple who married in 1952 celebrate 65th anniversary - and here's their secret

A couple who recently celebrated their blue sapphire wedding anniversary have joked that “tolerance” was the key to their long marriage. Brenda and Terry Brennan tied the knot on September 20, 1952, and 65 years later marked the special occasion...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

When does the old ten pound note expire? Here's the date you need to know

It's been a few weeks now since the new £10 note hit the streets. The release of the plastic tenner marks the start of the countdown until paper £10 notes are withdrawn from circulation. The new note came out in September 2017 and was the first note...

11 October 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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