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A popular cyclist-friendly cafe, which tops TripAdvisor's list of 124 places to eat in Beverley, could be forced to shut by the council. Cafe Velo's owners have applied for permission to continue using the premises for the cafe, after the two-year tempor
An NHS scientist who performed fake medical examinations so he could rape and abuse a young girl has tried to get his jail sentence cut. Andong Ashu, 46, was found guilty at Hull Crown Court of 11 sickening sexual offences against an 11-year-old girl and
In some built-up areas it can be hard to escape the hustle and bustle of urban life but in Hull we can count ourselves lucky. We can escape to remote areas that transport us into the heart of the wilderness with just a short drive. And there is variety t
Police have made a desperate appeal to find a 12-year-old girl who has gone missing. Toni Medici has not been seen since 7.30pm on Saturday night and her family are urging her to get in touch. Urgent appeal to help find Toni Medici, 12yrs old. Last seen
Hull City full-back Andy Robertson has been winning the plaudits following his performance in Scotland's 2-2 draw with England in Glasgow. Robertson played the whole match at Hampden Park as a bizarre three minutes saw Gareth Southgate's England side go
A Hull prostitute whose life has been documented by a hard-hitting BBC show has been jailed. Kayleigh, a former junior cross country champion in East Yorkshire, features in the BBC Three show Sex, Drugs & Murder: Life in the Red Light Zone. She...
A convicted sex offender has finally admitted torturing and abusing a young boy. Ian Stanley-Gonsalves has now been jailed for 12 years after committing an 'appalling catalogue of cruelty.' His young victim was regularly beaten by the 41-year-old and mad
Hull has just two GP surgeries which are not performing as they should, latest ratings show. The figures come from the Care Quality Commission ratings of practices in the area, which show that an incredible 37 GP surgeries in the city are rated as good.
Hull's Street Food Nights could be expanded to more evenings during the month. The first monthly event in April saw a staggering 13,000 people turn up to sample some of the city's finest street stall food in Trinity Square. The huge crowds meant food ran
A topsy-turvy season ultimately ended in disappointment for Hull City as they were relegated from the Premier League. Despite a difficult pre-season, the Tigers got off to a flyer, two wins from two and they were flying high in the Premier League after a
Tim Sheens is asking for his Hull KR squad to collectively cut out their errors and ill-discipline at Oldham Roughyeds this afternoon. The Robins travel to Bower Fold on the back of a tense draw at Featherstone Rovers, which saw KR fight back from 16-0 d
We have raided our archives and found these gems from nights out at the Green Man pub in Hull in the Nineties. Just look at the difference a couple of decades makes. Those hairstyles for a start, not to mention the outfits. Take a nostalgic look back and
It's got the Bee Lady, a cream telephone box and a Housemartins vinyl among a myriad of Hull nuances and memorabilia. In fact, the more you keep looking at this shelf-life painting of Hull's culture, the more wonderful Hull items you see. There are pots
She was one of the legendary Headscarf Revolutionaries. But to Terence Layden, she was simply his grandma. And Mr Layden has now told how he was surprised to see his grandmother Doris Layden's face had been painted on a giant mural in Hessle Road. He was
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