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Alexandra Court care home in east Hull gets zero food hygiene rating for disgusting kitchen

An east Hull care home has been told to urgently improve its food hygiene after out-of-date food and dirty equipment were discovered during an inspection. Alexandra Court Care Centre in Southcoates Lane has been handed a zero food hygiene rating after a

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Updates as accidents close Leads Road and Wawne Road in Hull

Two roads have been closed this morning after accidents. Leads Road, in east Hull, has been shut after a crash near Lindengate, close to the BP garage. It is believed to have involved a car and a bike. Meanwhile, Wawne Road in Bransholme is closed in bot

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

You can tell your Hull story in video pods in Bransholme library

People will be able to tell their "untold stories" of Hull in a special video pod in Bransholme this week. Video pods have been installed in Bransholme Library, in Goodhart Road, off North Point shopping centre, giving people the chance to...

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Boy with learning difficulties, 15, 'repeatedly punched' on Hull bus

A 15-year-old boy with learning difficulties was attacked on a bus and left with a fractured eye socket. Bradley Friend, from Gipsyville, was on his way home from Hessle Academy when he was "repeatedly punched" in the head by another pupil....

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Carl Wilby burns down his house and neighbour's after row with wife

A distraught couple watched in horror as their 'dream home' burnt down after a neighbour set fire to his own property. The blaze started by drunken Carl Wilby quickly spread from his semi-detached property to his neighbour's and took firefighters nearly

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull father hounded by bailiffs after cancelling Xercise4Less membership

A father-of-two who cancelled his £10 a month gym membership last year has hit out after debt collectors turned up on his door demanding he pay nearly £175. Richard Ward, of east Hull, decided not to renew his 12 month membership with cut-price gym Xerci

14 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Steve Michaels injured as Hull FC Under-23s beaten at York City Knights

Hull FC winger Steve Michaels left the field with a head injury as the reserves went down 34-24 to League One outfit York City Knights at Bootham Crescent. Michaels, the most senior player on show, left the field with a head knock but it is not thought t

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Jarrod Bowen hat-trick fires Hull City Under-23s to victory over Derby County

A Jarrod Bowen hat-trick sent Hull City Under-23s top of their group in the Premier League Cup as they beat Derby County 4-1 at the Eon Visual Media Stadium. The visitors took the lead through Emil Riis Jakobsen, but three sublime goals from Bowen and a

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hornsea teacher James Moorfoot remembered with floral tributes after he dies playing football

Floral tributes have been laid outside the school of an "amazing" teacher who tragically died while playing football this weekend. James Moorfoot, 28, was playing for Langtoft AFC when he collapsed on the pitch at Rudston Playing Fields on...

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

A165 closed as crash leaves two men seriously hurt

Two men have been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after being involved in a two-vehicle crash on the A165. Humberside Police were called to the scene by ambulance crews at 2pm on Monday after a red Fiat Doblo collided with a white Ford Transi

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Boy, 7, has operation cancelled as mouse found in Hull Royal Infirmary day surgery unit

A poorly seven-year-old boy has had to have a vital operation cancelled after a mouse was found in the day surgery unit at Hull Royal Infirmary for the second time in less than two weeks. A pest control team was called on Monday morning after a field mou

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Poundland is selling a three-course Valentine's meal for £7 - but the main might get you dumped

If you've got a special someone to spend Valentine's Day with this year, you might be thinking about splashing out on cards, gifts, flowers, chocolates or a nice meal out. But if you're strapped for cash, it can be hard to find a way to show you care. St

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Free condom giveaway at Prospect Centre, Hull, to celebrate International Condom Day

February 14 has for centuries been recognised as Valentine's Day - the most romantic day of the year. But did you know that February 14 is also International Condom Day? And to mark the day, free condoms will be handed out at the Prospect Shopping Centre

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Houlton starts stripping out Victorian pews in Hull's Holy Trinity Church

Work has started dismantling and removing dozens of Victorian pews from Hull's historic Holy Trinity Church. The arrival of contractors from Hull firm Houlton at the 700-year-old Old Town landmark marks a major milestone in an ongoing £4.5m facelift sche

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

What are the implications of Hull City midfielder Sam Clucas' red card at Arsenal?

Sam Clucas received a red card on Saturday in Hull City's 2-0 defeat at Arsenal but what does it mean for the Tigers moving forward? Clucas' red card in the dying moments of the loss at Arsenal means he will miss just one league game. It will be a bitter

13 February 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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