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The six daily shortcuts nearly everyone does which puts you at risk

Food and hygiene shortcuts are something which many of us know about and, without any scientific reason why, carry out every day. Whether that’s the ‘five second rule’ to not washing fruit and veg, it’s only natural people are keen to limit their time an

Sunday, 11:25 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police in dramatic chase down Marfleet Lane in night of east Hull crime spree

A stolen vehicle and a police chase across east Hull kept officers busy on Saturday night. Officers from the Humber Roads Police team stopped a car being driven 'dangerously' in Marfleet Lane, whilst another vehicle, believed to have been stolen, was rec

Sunday, 10:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Three in five of city's empty council homes are in east Hull

More than 60 per cent of Hull's empty council houses are in the east of the city, new figures have revealed. Data released by the local authority for July this year shows that 336 homes in public ownership are unfilled in the East and Park wards in the c

Sunday, 10:50 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Petition to save sheepdog ordered to be killed for biting toddler reaches 60,000

Petition to save sheepdog ordered to be killed for biting toddler reaches 60,000

A petition to save the life of a sheepdog on death row after biting a toddler has reached more than 60,000 signatures. Just five days after animal lover Shena Louise started the 'Save Sheepdog Jed!’ petition on change.org, more than 63,340 people have si

Sunday, 10:19 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Live traffic updates as roads closure in force for Hull Marathon

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Thousands of runners are pounding their way around Hull as they complete a gruelling 26.2 mile course taking in some of the city's best features. The route wi

Sunday, 09:44 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The easy way you can get Northern Rail's unlimited day train travel from Hull for virtually nothing

Explore the North this autumn. We have teamed up with Northern Rail once again, the rail operator for the North for this fantastic offer. Collect two tokens from the Mail between Monday 25 September and Saturday 7 October and you can redeem them for £10

Sunday, 09:44 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The 12 types of annoying people you will definitely have seen on your way to work

The commute can be a tedious and stressful experience at the best of times. Coping with crowds while feeling tired or facing traffic jams while already running late can have us pulling our hair out. So the last thing we need is to encounter those annoyin

Sunday, 06:41 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Six lovely family homes to rent near schools in Hull and East Yorkshire

Six lovely family homes to rent near schools in Hull and East Yorkshire

Looking for to rent a family home within easy reach of schools? Here’s six properties to let – all of which have three bedrooms – in Hull and East Yorkshire that fit the bill. 1) Matthew Street, Hull The Boulevard Academy is close to this three-bedroom p

Sunday, 06:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Sick predator hung around Hull park 'looking for boys' to ply with alcohol and sexually abuse

A predatory paedophile who "hung around" a Hull park "looking for boys" has been jailed for 12 years for a "campaign of sexual abuse" against two of them. Ian Collinson, 46, "inveigled" his way into the boys'...

Sunday, 05:30 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull council: 'Not a cat's chance in hell' government will pay for high-rise safety work after Grenfell

The city council will have to foot the bill for any safety work to high-rise flats in Hull in the wake of the Grenfell Tower tragedy. Around £250,000 has already been spent by the authority as a direct result of the fire which killed at least 80 people i

Sunday, 05:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Fascinating quiz on the magical superstitions of Hull's fishermen

Running through Hull’s fishing community is a string of superstitions ranging from the bizarre to, well, the very bizarre. Faced with the prospect of death on a daily basis, it is understandable why fishermen would come up with ways to cope. Whether it i

Sunday, 05:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Car found burnt out as two left injured in Princes Avenue 'hit-and-run'

Car found burnt out as two left injured in Princes Avenue 'hit-and-run'

A car believed to be involved in a suspected 'hit and run' near Princes Avenue, has been found 'burnt out', police say. Officers were called to Park Grove shortly before 4pm today (Saturday), following reports a woman was hit twice by a car . Video Loadi

Saturday, 21:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Huge fun day for Hull Marathon spectators at RB village

Forget the Olympic Village in London... Hull will have its unique RB Village for the friends and family of runners taking part in Sunday's marathon. Consumer health and hygiene company RB will set up the village in West Park, close to the KC Stadium, to

Saturday, 18:24 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Woman 'run over twice' in Princes Avenue hit-and-run

Witnesses say a woman has been hit twice by a car at a west Hull junction. Emergency services were called to the junction of Princes Avenue and Park Grove this afternoon. Park Grove was blocked to all traffic for around half an hour while Humberside Poli

Saturday, 18:24 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Police officers attacked during 'busy' Friday night in the cells

Police officers attacked during 'busy' Friday night in the cells

Two police officers were assaulted in what was a 'busy' night in the cells across Hull, an inspector says. Two people are believed to be in custody following an assault on officers in Hull on Friday night. Humberside Police Inspector Paul French took to

Saturday, 18:24 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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