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Radio 1 Big Weekend Hull tickets sell out in under 50 minutes

Tickets for Radio 1 Big Weekend have been snapped up in under 50 minutes . Thousands of people were glued to their keyboards, tablets and phones as they desperate tried to obtain the 50,000 sought after tickets as they went on sale this morning. The huge

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Radio 1 Big Weekend 2017 tickets selling out fast

Thousands of tickets have already been snapped up for the BBC Radio 1 Big Weekend in Hull. 50,000 tickets were released at 9.10am on Monday for the free festival, which is taking place over the weekend of May 27 and 28. Headliners already include Kings o

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why have these Lego daffodils appeared in Hull city centre?

Spring has definitely sprung in Hull city centre this morning but the flowers in bloom are not all they seem. In fact, the daffodils which have appeared in King Edward Square are made entirely of Lego. The stunning installation features more than 1,700 i

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Tributes paid to legendary Hull councillor Harry Woodford, who has died at 99

John Prescott has led tributes to his former election agent Harry Woodford, who has died aged 99. Mr Woodford served on Hull City Council for over 40 years as a Labour councillor. He was deputy to the legendary Sir Leo Schultz in post-war Hull when the c

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

LIVE Hull City news an rumours as Eldin Jakupovic talks away day blues and Peter Swan has his say

Good morning and welcome along to today's LIVE Hull City blog. It may be a Monday but we still have plenty of action to get your teeth into. The Tigers were unfortunate at the weekend to come up against a Manchester City side in top form. However, that d

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Rugby League LIVE - Hull FC linked with prop Adam Tangata, KR reaction to Swinton win

Good morning and welcome to another edition of our Rugby League LIVE blog. This morning, Hull FC are being linked with a move for Halifax prop Adam Tangata for next year, according to League Express. The Black and Whites, and several other Super League c

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live as Radio 1 Big Weekend 2017 tickets are released

Today sees the release of thousands of tickets for the eagerly awaited Radio 1 Big Weekend right here in Hull. The free festival will see some of the globe's biggest stars come to East Yorkshire. So far, headliners include Little Mix, Kings of Leon and K

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man who jumped from Princes Quay was 'hard working and funny' but his life had fallen apart

A close friend of a man who jumped to his death at Princes Quay has described him as a hard working, funny man, whose life had tragically fallen apart. Humberside Police confirmed Maciej Wincenciak, 43, died when he jumped over the barriers onto the grou

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Beaten on his own doorstep for £12 but disabled man says, 'I'm glad it was me and not someone else'

Heartless muggers attacked a disabled man on his doorstep before rifling through his pockets as he lay helplessly on the ground. Neil Hood, 60, had been out to buy some cigarettes and was putting the key into the gate of his Hessle Road home when he was

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

'Violent attacks in Princes Avenue are leaving people too scared to walk down the street'

Residents are scared of walking down Princes Avenue at night following a spate of violent attacks. A man has suffered serious head injuries following a mass brawl in Blenheim Street, just off Princes Avenue, at around 12.50am yesterday. One of the men in

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Humber Bridge tag overcharges fruit firm 47 times in one month

A Hull fruit merchants says it has been overcharged when crossing the Humber Bridge 47 times in one month. Dennis Butler Ltd, based in Hessle, says it has been overcharged using the tagging system on its trucks since November 2015. Paul Mennell, transpor

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Traffic warning as 'long delays' on A63 in Hull due to overturned vehicle

Drivers are being warned to expect major delays to their travels this morning with heavy traffic on the A63. There is an overturned vehicle on the A63, in the westbound carriageway by Melton. Emergency services have closed one lane as they try to move th

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Italian restaurant Osteria to open at the new Cornmill Hotel in east Hull

An Italian restaurant will open this week on the site of the new Cornmill Hotel in east Hull. The building had been lying derelict for several years and had become something of an eyesore until developer Saleem Hakim bought and breathed new life into it.

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Is Holderness Road the least cultural part of Hull?

Are people living off Holderness Road among the least cultural in Hull? That is one possible conclusion to be drawn from a new report looking at where people who attended a recent major classical music concert in the city actually live. For no one living

10 April 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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