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11 of the best beaches worth driving to from from Hull on a sunny day

The temperatures have certainly been soaring. And apparently this weekend will be as hot as the Costa del Sol in East Yorkshire, with temperatures expected to hit 28C. So what better place to get some fresh air and away from the restraints at home than o

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live as police at home of missing Hull mum Renata Antczak day after potential murder enquiry

Police are searching the home of missing Hull mum Renata Antczak on Saturday morning, the day after confirming they are now investigating her disappearance as a potential murder. The mum-of-two has not been seen since she dropped her youngest daughter of

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Warning as new Paypal scam catches out customers and how you can protect your account

A Paypal scam is duping people into giving out their own personal information. People are being warned to look out for the clever new phising email which is catching customers up and down the country out. Victims are being redirected to fraudulent Paypal

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Zara reveals when it will leave St Stephens shopping centre in Hull

Fashion retailer Zara has revealed it will leave Hull in three weeks. The popular clothing store is pulling out of the Hull shopping centre along with Dorothy Perkins and Sports Direct. The Mail understands JD Sports may be moving in once Zara leaves. Za

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Driver tests positive for cocaine after smashing car into tree in Holderness Road, Hull,

The driver who smashed his car in Holderness Road tested positive for cocaine, police have said. Pictures show the shocking aftermath of the one-car crash in east Hull, which happened about 8.15pm on Friday evening. The car, a black Volvo, had crashed in

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull charity chairman David Ekert stole £20,000 and blew it on swanky holidays in Barbados and Spain

A fraudster squandered more than £20,000 he stole from the mental health charity he ran to fund his "luxurious lifestyle". David Ekert, who was chairman of local organisation Mental Health Action Group, used the charity's credit card while...

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Former East Riding councillor Arthur Hodgson jailed for child sex offences

A disgraced former councillor has been jailed for more than two years after being found guilty of indecently assaulting three girls. Arthur Hodgson, 70, former Conservative member for South East Holderness at East Riding Council, arrived at court waving

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Friends' shock as police investigate potential murder of missing Hull mum Renata Antczak

A friend of missing Renata Antczak has expressed her shock and sadness after police announced the Hull mum's disappearance is now being treated as a potential murder inquiry. The mum-of-two has not been seen since April 25, with a huge police appeal to f

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Ten Hull fly-tippers dumping rubbish in Hull gardens and streets named and shamed

A woman who flooded their garden with bags of rubbish and litter is one of ten people to have been fined for horrendous fly-tipping across Hull. The pictures show the disgusting state of some of the properties uncovered by Hull City Council's team. One o

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

13 things you can only do on a night out in Hull

Hull is known for being a cheap and memorable night out. From £2.80 pints in Queens and £1.90 doubles in Spiders, there is something for everyone if they really put their mind to it. You can pretend to be sophisticated down Princes Avenue, let your hair

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

30 pictures of nights out at Courts Bar in the 1990s

A lot has changed on the night-out front since the 1990s. There was no Snapchat story back then to remind you what you had done the night before. The only evidence was probably pictures taken on an actual camera - and they weren't typically uploaded for

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

4 of the most shocking videos in Hull over the past 4 weeks

Here are four of the most shocking videos to emerge over the past four weeks in Hull. They range from Hull City hooligans who attacked rival fans in a mass brawl outside Sugar Mill to daredevils who risked their lives by climbing up the Humber Bridge wit

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City transfer rumours: What we know so far of busy summer ahead

It's been a busy week for Hull City as the transfer window finally sparked into life. While there were no arrivals, other than Tony Pennock who came in on Thursday to resume his role of first-team coach, two players left the club. As such, here's what we

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why Hull City must keep Eldin Jakupovic amid Leicester City 'interest'

A move away from Hull City for Eldin Jakupovic this summer would undoubtedly raise more than a few queries, writes Will Jackson. Leicester City are the club that has been linked with a push for City's number one following reports the keeper was in advanc

17 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

A63 eastbound to close all weekend between South Cave and Welton near Hull

A section of the A63 eastbound will be closed all weekend for resurfacing works. The eastbound carriageway will remain fully closed between South Cave and Welton from 7pm on Friday night until approximately 7am on Monday, June 19. The eastbound carriagew

16 June 2017 in Yorkshire & Humber

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