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Opposition as Hull council promise crackdown on A-board signs in city centre

A council crackdown on street advertising in the city centre could face opposition from traders. As planning councillors agreed new guidelines for A-boards and shop sign design, the Mail counted no fewer than 15 boards outside shops in Whitefriargate alo

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull man Peter Herring wanted by police on suspicion of GBH

Police have circulated an image of a man wanted on suspicion of causing grievous bodily harm (GBH). Peter Herring is wanted by police for causing the injuries in an attack. No details have been released by the force of the exact incident. Anyone who has

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City odds - Tigers tipped for promotion, Tottenham favourites to sign Harry Maguire and more

James McMath, of matched betting service Profit Accumulator, looks at what the bookmakers are predicting for Hull City this summer and beyond The inquest into Hull City's Premier League season of woe may have only just started but for those looking ahead

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Police called as boy, 4, found walking alone down Boothferry Road in Goole

Police had to be called after a four-year-old boy was found walking down a busy road on his own. A member of the public found the little boy wandering in the main road by himself at 10am this morning. Police attended the scene in Boothferry Road, Goole,

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City's Josh Tymon called up for England in France tournament

Hull City youngster Josh Tymon is in for an extended season after he was called up by England for at the prestigious Toulon Tournament in France this summer. Tymon has been named in an 18-man squad by head coach Neil Dewsnip, joining the cream of England

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man in hospital and two arrested as 'blood left everywhere' in Goole newsagents attack

A man has been left hospitalised after an attack at a newsagents left "blood everywhere". Humberside Police were called to the newsagents at 5.30pm on Monday night after a 44-year-old man suffered head injuries. Two people have been arrested...

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City relegation doesn't mean it's all doom and gloom for fans

Understandably, Hull City is a football club eclipsed with doom and gloom at the moment. The wounds of relegation are still extremely tender and uncertainty surrounds almost every aspect about the club, in fact the only thing that's certain is that the T

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

When will my Radio 1 Big Weekend Hull 2017 tickets arrive?

Those lucky enough to have bagged themselves tickets for Radio 1's Big Weekend Hull 2017 should soon receive them in the post. From today, tickets will be sent to the address provided on your Ticketmaster registration form, containing a unique barcode wh

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Leon Ndenu admits terrifying carjackings in Hull and Hedon

A man has admitted carrying out a string of terrifying carjackings across Hull and Hedon. Leon Ndenu, 23, has pleaded guilty to 18 offences, including aggravated vehicle taking, robbery and possessing a firearm or imitation firearm with intent to cause f

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City rumours LIVE - Southampton boss Claude Puel dismisses Marco Silva replacement speculation

Hello and welcome to another edition of our Hull City LIVE blog. You can follow all things Tigers related throughout the day right here. Two days after relegation from the Premier League, Shaun Maloney believes he has the answer to City's demise and how

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Andrew Heffernan on his Hull KR future and Tim Sheens discusses recruitment plans

Hull KR centre Andrew Heffernan admits discussions over his future have yet to begin – but he'd be open to extending his Robins stay. The 22-year-old has been a revelation in his debut Championship campaign after arriving from NRL side Penrith Panthers.

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull didlums thief Monique Barnes walks free from court despite gambling away £14,000 savings

A disgraced customer service manager who gambled away nearly £14,000 of her colleagues' Christmas savings has walked free from court. Monique Barnes, 45, ran a "didlum" savings scheme at Ideal Boilers last year. But instead of keeping it...

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Tributes to 'doting family man' Tony Kemp who died in explosion

Tributes have been paid to "doting family man" Tony Kemp who died after he was engulfed by a fireball while burning rubbish. The hard-working 52-year-old was working at his son's company CRK Engineering and was burning cardboard when he used...

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

'Show-off' driver James Cass crashes Audi R8 on blind bend then swigs from whiskey bottle

A businessman who decided to "show off" in his Audi R8 left two people with life-changing injuries when he hit another car after going round a blind bend on the wrong side of the road. James Cass, 41, who used to run a multi million-pound...

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City's Shaun Maloney says divisions in club must be healed to have chance of bouncing back

Shaun Maloney believes divisions between Hull City's owners and supporters must finally be healed if the club is to quickly recover from relegation out of the Premier League. City were condemned to the drop when losing 4-0 at Crystal Palace on Sunday, an

16 May 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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