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Burglar smashes into One Stop shop in Anlaby Common

A shop in Anlaby has had to close after a burglar smashed their way inside. One Stop in Hull Road, Anlaby Common, was displaying signs reading the shop would reopen as soon as possible on Friday morning. The signs apologised for any inconvenience. A wind

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Which new one pound coins are valuable? Here's how to spot one

The new one pound coin is finally here and is making its way into wallets and purses across the country. As the first new £1 coin for 30 years, there was much excitement when it was released last month. Most of us will have got our hands on one by now -

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull City would be eighth if Marco Silva had been in charge since the beginning of the season

Had Hull City hired Marco Silva at the beginning of the season, the Tigers would have been vying for a Europa League spot with Everton and Arsenal if his record had been replicated throughout the campaign. The Tigers would be eighth in the Premier League

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The areas in Hull where you are most likely to claim benefits for being unemployed

An official map of where people are most and least likely to claim benefits in Hull and East Yorkshire has been revealed. The map, published by parliament, shows the number of people claiming unemployment benefits in Hull and the region is shrinking as e

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Five reasons why Hull City fans should be optimistic about the trip to Stoke City this weekend

Hull City travel to Stoke City this weekend in the Premier League looking to pick up their first win on the road since they beat Swansea City in August. Despite picking up just one point in their last 14 away games, there's plenty to be optimistic about

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

LIVE Hull City news and rumours as Marco Silva has options and we build up to Stoke City

Good morning and welcome along to today's LIVE Hull City blog. The talking has been done and today Marco Silva and Mark Hughes will be preparing their team for a crucial game at the bet365 Stadium, a game that both sides need to win. For the Tigers it's

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Gran gets police warning for keeping balls kicked over garden wall

A pensioner who failed to return balls kicked into her garden by next door's children was stunned to get a police visit. Penny Freeman, 73, says two officers warned she could be accused of theft if she kept the footballs. Ms Freeman, who shares a Victori

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police tell taxi driver to release boy he caught throwing rock at his car in Hull

A taxi driver caught an 11-year-old boy who hurled a rock through his car window but was ordered by police to let him escape. The shaken-up driver, who has asked not to be named for fear of reprisals from the boy's family, was driving along James Reckitt

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Convicted fraudster Sheree Dodds stole wedding cash from events company at Hull KR

A woman working at the home of Hull KR stole wedding cash from her employer after a client handed her £2,900 for a reception. Sheree Dodds pocketed some of the cash but was caught. She only avoided being sent to prison due to a medical condition and havi

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Two-horse relegation race? Hull City and Swansea City bosses have their say

Marco Silva is refusing to rule out late twists in the Premier League relegation fight, insisting it has not yet become a two-way battle between Hull City and Swansea City. Crystal Palace's 3-0 win over Arsenal on Monday night has placed clear daylight b

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull's best fish and chip shops to visit on Good Friday

It's Good Friday, so it's time to get down to the chippy for some good old fish and chips. Plus, you don't need to feel guilty about eating it despite all those Easter eggs you will consume this weekend as it is practically compulsory to guzzle chips on

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

20 amazing 90s pictures from Hull pubs Barzone and Schnapps Bar

Remember Barzone in Paragon Square and Schnapps Bar in Posterngate? We have taken a trip back there for the latest in our nostalgic look back at Hull's pubs and clubs in the 1990s. Have you been snapped in the photos in the video above - or recognise any

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Why there is good news for Hull taxi customers this Easter weekend

It is one of the busiest weekends for pubs and clubs across the region. Thousands of people are expected to head out this weekend for a drink and a dance to mark the four-day Easter break. But they will all have to find a way home which means it is an in

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

'Beverley Road flats have not had bins collected since Christmas', say residents

Residents living in a block of flats in Hull say it is a battle to have their bins collected. Yvonne Inall, who lives in the complex in Beverley Road, says she and other tenants are repeatedly left to live among over-flowing bins despite regularly report

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull bar Furley & Co sets up new Freak Shake factory to meet huge demand for sweet treats

They're the sweet treat that is becoming every more popular. Freak Shakes - milkshakes of all flavours topped with doughnuts, sweets, cream and other sweet treats - have been sold at places such as Furley & Co in Princes Dock Street, Rebel's...

14 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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