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Car crashes into pedestrian crossing outside Anlaby Road pub

Emergency services were called out to Anlaby Road on Saturday morning after a car smashed into a pedestrian crossing. A black car drove into the traffic lights out side Tiger’s Lair pub just before 6.30am, with paramedics and police officers attending...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man climbs onto scaffolding in stand-off with police

This is the moment police surrounded a man who climbed up scaffolding onto a rooftop in a stand-off. The man could be seen on a parapet on the building about 10.30am on Saturday morning. Photographer Sean Stewart was at the scene and said the man has...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Shocking statistics reveal number of children at risk of sexual abuse at home in Hull

Shocking statistics have revealed the number of Hull youngsters put on child protection plans after being deemed to be at risk of sexual abuse at home. In the last year, there have been 22 instances where children in the city have been placed under...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Dog lover's horror as 'elderly man repeatedly kicked and smacked his pet' in front of shoppers

A dog lover has spoken of her shock after she ran across a busy town square to confront an elderly man who she claims was kicking and smacking his terrified pooch. Kathryn Thomason, 30, was shopping with her mother in Hessle on Thursday when she...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

What Hull needs to happen as Brexit trade talks head to 'phase two'

After Theresa May had finished with her dawn handshakes in Brussels, attention turned to the Brexit trade talks – and what Hull will need to keep its main industries ticking. In the early hours of Friday morning, after calls between the European...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

MoneySaving Expert Martin Lewis reveals if you should invest in Bitcoin or not

It is making news across the world as it continues to rise. But Bitcoin, the cryptocurrency, remains a mystery to many. It has been on a meteoric rise recently, closing in on 13,000 (£9,725), according to CoinDesk's Bitcoin price index. It has risen...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Cruel diagnosis meant Evie-Mae was set to miss out on her first Christmas - until Santa stepped in

She was set to miss out on all the fun of her very first Christmas because of a cruel diagnosis. But now, a baby girl will have a special meeting with Santa before she undergoes major surgery on her skull thanks to a Hull charity. Seven-month-old...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

How to tell if someone's been stalking you on Facebook

If you spend a lot of your time checking out people's Facebook pages in the comforting knowledge that no one can see what you're doing then we've got news for you... You might be about to get caught. Checking out what the ex is up to, the ex's new...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Lorry drivers faked their driving times because they 'feared getting the sack'

Six lorry drivers who felt “pressured” to drive dangerously long hours or risk losing their jobs at an East Yorkshire haulage company tampered with their vehicles. The men, aged between 34 and 58, all drove for now-defunct North Ferriby-based Westram...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

These firms explain why they failed to pay the minimum wage in Hull and East Yorkshire

Companies which failed to pay the minimum wage have spoken out about why they failed to give staff at least £7.50 per hour. A report by HM Revenue and Customs revealed six firms in our area were not paying the required rate, including Primark, Sports...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Labour councillor Alan Clark beaten in fight to represent new-look Hull ward

A second senior Labour councillor in Hull is facing a fight for his political future. Councillor Alan Clark, the cabinet portfolio holder for neighbourhoods and communities, failed to be selected as a candidate in the new-look Central ward ahead of...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Disgusting man viewed 900 sick images of boys being 'horribly abused'

A paedophile who "enjoyed" viewing images of young boys being "horribly abused" has been jailed for more than three years. Former Hull College student Ryan Gunn, 21, was thrown a "lifeline" last year when he was spared...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Ad for jumbo sex doll 'Fatty Patty' banned for being too explicit

An advert depicting a "jumbo" female sex doll in a catalogue produced by an East Yorkshire firm has been censured for its sexualised content and being "degrading to women". The ad for the "Fatty Patty" doll, which...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

These Hull pubs are banning Christmas jumpers

It was a controversial decision when the owner of the Lion and Key decided to ban Christmas jumpers during the festive season but the gamble paid off. And now Alan Murphy, who also owns Hawkes and Walters in Old Town, has enforced the ban once more....

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

How much your council tax could rise by in Hull

Council taxpayers in Hull can expect a 4.9 per cent increase in their bills from next April. Budget proposals published by the council's ruling Labour group say three per cent of the rise will be ring-fenced to fund adult social care services. If...

9 December 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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