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Five amazing East Yorkshire homes which each have their own games room for sale

Five amazing East Yorkshire homes which each have their own games room for sale

Maybe you have dreams of being another Ronnie O'Sullivan. Or maybe you simply fancy the chance to relax, chalk up the cue, and spend some free time trying to achieve that elusive 147 maximum break. Here, we’ve picked five properties in East Yorkshire whi

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull pensioners' fury as they are 'plagued' by scammers ringing them 10 times a week

An elderly west Hull couple say they want to cut their own landline off as they are being constantly "plagued" by nuisance calls. John Roberts, 75, and his wife Lynne, receive around 10 calls a week from voices purporting to be from KCOM and...

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Nine of Hull Prison's most notorious inmates - from gangland torturers to husband killers

Nine of Hull Prison's most notorious inmates - from gangland torturers to husband killers

Hull has had many characters and famous faces over the years, but it has also had its fair share of notorious residents serving at Her Majesty's Pleasure in Hedon Road. This week HMP Hull are recruiting staff, and newcomers will be happy they will not ha

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Shop which housed Beverley's oldest retailer Briggs & Powell has been sold

Shop which housed Beverley's oldest retailer Briggs & Powell has been sold

A prime Beverley shop building, previously occupied by the town’s oldest retailer Briggs & Powell, has been sold. An out-of-town investor has acquired the premises in Saturday Market, which went on the market in February for offers over £750,000...

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 17

The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 17

It's been a busy week in schools, colleges and universities across the region. Here, we've rounded up just some of the things our children have been up to. Uni to improve wind future The University of Hull is part of a collaboration which has won more th

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Revealed: The number of crimes committed at Hull's main shopping centres

Shopping centres are places where we generally feel safe but they do attract their fair share of criminal activity. They attract a lot of people into a small area so it is inevitable there maybe some issues and, of course, theft is always going to be hig

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Beercocks winners at leading UK estate agency event

Beercocks winners at leading UK estate agency event

Beercocks took home a clutch of awards at The ESTAS, the country’s most prestigious estate and letting agent awards. The East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire-based agency received the Silver Award in the Best National Estate Agency Group and Silver Awar

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The long fight for justice: How a meeting between Hull sufferer and city's MP kick-started road to contaminated blood inquiry

The long fight for justice: How a meeting between Hull sufferer and city's MP kick-started road to...

The Prime Minister called for a public inquiry into the NHS contaminated blood scandal on Tuesday. This is the story of how Hull victim inspired a city MP to start a seven-year campaign for justice. Parliamentary Correspondent Patrick Daly reports. Unbek

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Goole MP Andrew Percy branded 'Israeli scum' and his staff were spat at on campaign trail

Goole MP Andrew Percy branded 'Israeli scum' and his staff were spat at on campaign trail

Easy Yorkshire MP Andrew Percy has revealed the vile abuse he and his staff endured on the campaign trail. The Conservative MP for Goole told The Guardian he was called “Israeli scum”, “Zionist scum,” and “disgusting” to his face in May ahead of the gene

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Heartbroken Hull woman: 'Hospital made me feel like an inconvenience after losing my unborn baby'

Heartbroken Hull woman: 'Hospital made me feel like an inconvenience after losing my unborn baby'

A grieving woman who lost her unborn baby is calling for a change in "inadequate" NHS procedures after she says she was made to feel "like an inconvenience" in hospital. Louisa Holmes was heartbroken to discover at her 12 week scan...

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The cheapest and most expensive homes sold in Hull and East Yorkshire in May

The cheapest and most expensive homes sold in Hull and East Yorkshire in May

With houses going up for sale every day have you ever wondered which ones attract most expensive price tags and where you can grab yourself a bargain? Well if so, you're in luck, because thanks to new data, we've managed to compile a list of the most and

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
10 unusual discoveries unearthed beneath Hull's streets

10 unusual discoveries unearthed beneath Hull's streets

Large parts of Hull’s history and industrial past can be seen in the statues and buildings that litter the city’s streets. But there is also a lot that has been hidden through years of generation and developments, hiding real treasures of the history and

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Inside the quirky octagonal home which used to be a prison

The fact it is octagonal is unique in itself but this impressive Beverley property has another surprise - it was once part of a prison complex. The property, which has a guide price between £900,000 and £950,000, is a "beautifully...

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hull's war-time secrets and the plan to raise the city's bridges

Hull's war-time secrets and the plan to raise the city's bridges

The plans to raise all 13 of Hull’s bridges for a special City of Culture event has certainly become a major talking point. The never-before-seen event on September 22 is designed, say organisers, to create a “symbolic wall denying freedom of movement ac

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hull's ghost signs you can still see today

Hull's ghost signs you can still see today

Murals are all the rage at the moment Hull thanks to the City of Culture. But long before Hessle Road's recent transformation into an outdoor art gallery, paint was being applied to walls right across the city. A century ago, hand-painted advertising was

18 July 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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