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17-tonne HGV stuck at Spurn Point after SatNav directs it across River Humber to Immingham

A HGV has got stuck at Spurn Point after its SatNav directed the driver across the River Humber to get to the South Bank. Humberside Police have been called to Spurn Point after a 17-tonne HGV became stuck on the bank while trying to turn around. The dri

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Bomb disposal carries out controlled explosion after shells found on Hornsea beach

A bomb disposal unit has carried out a controlled explosion after old shells were found on Hornsea Beach. The local coastguard said they were called out on Sunday to reports of possible ordnance, which was found by a member of the public in the southern

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police release CCTV of boys with fire extinguishers after alleged burglary in Courtway Road, Hull

Police have released CCTV images of two boys they want to speak to in connection with an alleged burglary in north Hull. Although nothing was stolen from the building, various items were damaged during the incident. The alleged burglary took place on Cou

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull City Council explain why Queen Victoria Square fountains switched off

Hull City Council have explained why the popular water fountains in Hull City centre have been off over the weekend. Children and families were left disappointed in the sun on Sunday as the fountains were mysteriously switched off. But Hull City Council

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Ashley Smith and Jade Stacey banned from Hull train station for 'distressing' the public

A Hull man and a teenage girl have been banned from Hull train station for causing "distress" to members of the public. Ashley Smith, 29, of Walliker Street, west Hull, and Jade Stacey, 15, of Hampshire Street, off west Hull, have been...

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Popular Kodi add-ons are being shut down as illegal streaming crackdown continues

Kodi add-ons are being shut down amid an ongoing crackdown on illegal streaming. While the popular streaming service is not illegal, many rights holders have been left concerned by the sales of "fully-loaded" Kodi boxes, which allow users to...

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Swarm of 20,000 bees take over shocked Hull woman's car

We all have a bee in our bonnet from time to time but it has been taken to a whole new level for shocked Shirley Taylor. A swarm of bees have taken residence inside her Nissan car, parked outside her home in Watt Street, east Hull. Thought to be honey be

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Terrorist attack fears prompted relocation of Hull Street Food Night, organisers say

Security fears over the risk of a potential terrorist attack were behind the move to relocate Hull Street Foods Night, it was revealed today. Around 13,000 people attended the first monthly event in April held in Trinity Square in the Old Town. However M

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The new Facebook rainbow reaction is here - and this is what it means

Facebook has launched a rainbow emoji reaction in celebration of LGBT Pride Month. The rainbow flag themed reaction started appearing in news feeds at the weekend and allows users to 'react' to posts with the pride flag - in a similar way to which they m

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Terrorist attack fears cancelled Hull Street Food Night in May, organisers say

Security fears over the risk of a potential terrorist attack were behind the cancellation of last month's Hull Street Foods Night, it was revealed today. Around 13,000 people attended the first monthly event in April held in Trinity Square in the Old Tow

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police step up appeal to find missing Hull woman Patricia Herdsman

Police have stepped up their appeal to find a Hull woman who has been missing since Saturday. There is still no news about Patricia Herdsman, 57, who was last seen in the Aysgarth Avenue area of north Hull, off Cottingham Road, at 10.30am on Saturday. No

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Cannabis factory found after police raid home in Brazil Street, Hull

Police discovered a cannabis factory after raiding a home in east Hull. The Hull East team posted photographs of the factory which shows complexity of the set up with with lighting and temperature control in place at the property in Brazil Street, off Ho

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull mum's bid to find 'guardian angel' who saved toddler from Pearson Park pond

A Hull mum is desperate to track down a stranger she says saved her little boy's life. Emma Corless' three year-old, John Junior, got into difficulty after falling into the pond in Pearson Park, west Hull, on Sunday. John Junior, known as JJ to his famil

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Rugby League LIVE - Danny Washbrook signs new deal at Hull FC, plus KR latest

Good morning and welcome to another edition of our Rugby League LIVE blog. Hull FC fans are waking up to the news that one of their longest-standing members of the squad, Danny Washbrook, has penned a new deal to remain at the Black and Whites - as the M

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LIVE Hull City news as Michael Dawson linked to Burnley and Andy Robertson hopeful with Scotland

Good morning and welcome along to today's LIVE Hull City blog. The Tigers finally have a new man at the helm, but Leonid Slutsky's arrival hasn't stopped players being linked away from the club. Michael Dawson is the latest to be touted for a move. Burnl

12 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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