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'I am innocent': Hull man speaks out as he is named one of world's most wanted Britons

One of the most wanted Britons in the world has broken his silence to protest his innocence, insisting he is the victim of a "malicious prosecution." Father-of-five Phillip Smith, 46, originally of Longhill, east Hull, was named this week in...

Friday, 04:34 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
£32m Kingswood Retail Park expansion which might have brought Ikea to Hull set to be refused again

£32m Kingswood Retail Park expansion which might have brought Ikea to Hull set to be refused again

A major £32m planned expansion of Kingswood’s Retail Park looks set to be refused once again. A 10-unit development of shops and restaurants had been proposed for vacant land by the flagship Next store, with planners saying the venture would create more

Friday, 04:34 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Row over Hull's parks erupts as council 'refuses to accept there's a problem'

Row over Hull's parks erupts as council 'refuses to accept there's a problem'

Labour councillors in Hull have been accused of being in denial over issues surrounding the management of parks in the city. A full council motion moved by opposition Liberal Democrats said standards of maintenance in some parks were falling short of pub

Friday, 03:51 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Blaze sees 'thick, black smoke' billowing over Hull city centre

Firefighters have been called to a blaze in Hull after black smoke was seen billowing into the sky. Two fire engines are currently battling to put out a fire in Trevor Street, off Wincolmlee, with water jets. It is believed the fire originated from a she

Thursday, 20:45 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Cancer patient raises cash for staff who made her 'feel at home'

Cancer patient raises cash for staff who made her 'feel at home'

A woman who endured gruelling treatments for ovarian cancer has dedicated her time to raising money for Castle Hill Hospital because she was so impressed by the staff. Angela Bunting, of Preston, was diagnosed with the disease in 2013 and underwent surge

Thursday, 19:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Anger at controversial proposal to sell part of a Beverley field for resident's garden

Controversial council moves to sell off part of a Beverley field are being opposed by infuriated residents. East Riding Council is looking to dispose of part of Archery Field, which objectors say is an important asset to the community. The council says t

Thursday, 19:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Asda Kingswood speak out after card cloning reports at store's petrol station

Asda Kingswood speak out after card cloning reports at store's petrol station

A Hull supermarket has reassured customers they have had no recent issues with card cloning following reports of fraud at the store petrol station. A post on Hull Blues and Twos that was shared hundreds of times claimed a customer’s card was cloned after

Thursday, 18:10 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
‘How I scooped $1m playing World Series of Poker ‘the John Hesp way’ in Las Vegas’

‘How I scooped $1m playing World Series of Poker ‘the John Hesp way’ in Las Vegas’

He is the grandfather-of-seven from East Yorkshire who is making headlines all over the world after his incredible exploits on the poker table in Las Vegas. John Hesp described himself as an "average" gambler but he has already bagged...

Thursday, 17:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Plans to build 'super prison' by HMP Full Sutton approved as angry residents blast decision

Plans to build 'super prison' by HMP Full Sutton approved as angry residents blast decision

Plans to build a "super prison" on land next to HMP Full Sutton have been approved in principle, to the dismay of local residents. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) wants to create a Category C facility which would accommodate more than 1,000...

Thursday, 17:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Victory for villagers as plan to dump 'foul smelling' waste at plant is thrown out

Jubilant residents hope an anaerobic digestion plant never gets off the ground at Woodmansey, after plans to truck-in waste were rejected. East Riding planning councillors have unanimously refused permission for feedstock waste deliveries to be allowed f

Thursday, 17:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Anti-BP protesters gatecrash Hull 2017 lecture to campaign against oil firm and hold minute's vigil

Anti-BP protesters gatecrash Hull 2017 lecture to campaign against oil firm and hold minute's vigil

Human rights campaigners disrupted a BP-sponsored lecture organised by the City of Culture team to protest against the oil firm's supposed links to rights abusing regimes. On Wednesday night, just moments before a talk by Nicholas Cullinan, the director

Thursday, 17:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tragic cyclist killed in Hessle Road crash named

A cyclist who was tragically killed in Hessle Road has been named as 42-year-old Craig Beharrell. Police are now appealing for witnesses to help with their investigation. Mr Beharrell, of east Hull, collided with a truck on Monday morning on the flyover

Thursday, 17:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Crime is at a ten-year high with huge rises in violence and sexual offences

Crime is at a ten-year high with huge rises in violence and sexual offences

The number of crimes reported to Humberside Police in the past year has risen by 12 per cent. New crime statistics released on Thursday show significant increases in the number of violence cases, sexual offences and public order offences reported between

Thursday, 16:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Vandals smash their way into sports club in hunt for cash - but leave empty handed

Vandals smash their way into sports club in hunt for cash - but leave empty handed

Vandals smashed their way into an East Yorkshire sports club and ransacked it looking for cash. Cottingham Lawns Tennis Club has been broken into, with doors being demolished and windows smashed sometime between 8.30pm on Wednesday, July 19, and 10.30am

Thursday, 16:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 24

The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 24

It's been a busy week in schools, colleges and universities across the region. Here, we've rounded up just some of the things our children have been up to. Hull secondary's Gold Standard Kelvin Hall School has been awarded the Gold Standard for Careers E

Thursday, 15:38 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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