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Traffic delays as cars crash in Bransholme - updates

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Drivers are facing delays in Bransholme this evening after a car crash. Two cars appear to have crashed in Wawne Road, causing tailbacks. One passenger,...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull to face fly-tipping crack down as specialist teams are set up

A new crack team will be set up in Hull to tackle the growing problem of fly-tipping. Hull City Council has been awarded £400k to help improve environmental standards in Hull to deal with litter and the poor state of homes. Four highly visible...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

'Do the right thing - pay out and save lives', Labour launches high-rise sprinkler campaign in Hull

Labour is calling for £1bn to be made available to retrofit of sprinklers in all council and housing association high-rise tower blocks. The party wants chancellor Philip Hammond to include the funding in his forthcoming budget. The government has so...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Women wanted after fight outside McDonald's in Hull city centre

Three women are wanted by police after a fight outside McDonald's. The female victim was allegedly assaulted by three women outside the restaurant in Jameson Street, Hull city centre. Police have released an image of three women they want to speak to...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull woman in Egypt jail 'abandoned' by her boyfriend

A Hull woman facing “the death penalty” in Egypt for bringing painkillers into the country for her boyfriend has been “abandoned”. Laura Plummer, 33, has already spent over a month in a prison in Hurghada, where she was arrested at the airport for...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Man found dead on beach by schoolchildren has been named

A man whose body was found on a beach by shocked schoolchildren has been named by police. Scottish teenagers were left in shock on Monday morning after discovering the body of a man on Selwicks Bay in Flamborough. The man has now been named as Alan...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

How you can help Hull's homeless and have a great night out

Hull is set to host a comedy night to raise funds for local homeless charities. Comedian Jed Salisbury has already been inundated with offers of support, ranging from venues to help with marketing. “The Homeless Stand-Up Project” will take place in...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Peter Levy is doing a big tandem bike ride for charity - here's when he'll be in Hull

They are usually on our television screens but this weekend Look North duo Peter Levy and Abbie Dewhurst will be hitting our streets. The pair are taking part in a two-day charity tandem ride to raise money for BBC Children in Need. The route will...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Ghosts in Beverley

Ghosts in Beverley

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Plans to transform scandal-hit ex-care home put on hold

A £10m scheme to convert a scandal-hit former Beverley care home into a care village has been put on hold for a year. The former Keldgate Manor Residential Care Home was at the centre of an abuse scandal after resident Freda Jobson, 86, was taunted by...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

This is how cold it has to be before your boss has to send you home

As temperatures continue to drop across Hull and East Yorkshire, many of us will be putting on those extra layers and cranking the heating up at home. But did you know that if the temperature drops to a certain point while you're at work, then your...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

How Becky Watts' killers Nathan Matthews and Shauna Hoare were caught - TV documentary to reveal police tapes

An ITV documentary will tonight shed light behind the scenes on a murder that shocked the nation. When 16-year-old Becky Watts went missing in 2015, it sparked a major police investigation to find the teenager. But only two people knew where she was -...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

This beautiful boxer was found tied to a fence terrified and starving - but then something wonderful happened

This “beautiful” dog was found “shivering and starving” after being cruelly tied to a west Hull fence. Bryan Fish, who lives in Oldstead Avenue, was out walking his own Jack Russell dog when a neighbour told him they had seen the animal tied up. He...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Drivers' anger as Beverley Road temporary lights causes traffic chaos - this is how long until they end

Drivers are facing another frustrating day of delays on the city’s roads. Temporary traffic lights at the junction of Beverley Road , Sculcoates Lane and Queens Road has been a cause of much frustration for people trying to make their way to work and...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

It's official - Humber Street is the best in Britain

Hull's hippest street is now officially one of the UK's trendiest thoroughfares. Eight years ago Humber Street was full of rotting empty fruit market warehouses and facing an uncertain future. Today it's ripe with bars, restaurants, boutique shops and...

9 November 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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