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Woman 'fled bus in tears after being groped by passenger' - Hull trial

A woman left a bus in tears after twice being sexually assaulted by a passenger who sat next to her "cornering her" at the back, a court heard. The complainant says she was travelling home on a Number 10 bus when a man who got on at Paragon...

Wednesday, 05:33 in Yorkshire & Humber

Woman steals £1,000 of groceries from Tesco and Asda

Claire Lowsley, 35, of Thoresby Street, west Hull, must have six months of treatment for drug dependency, and up to 15 days rehabilitation, for stealing £400 of goods from Asda; stealing goods worth £415.52 from Tesco; failing to surrender to custody;...

Wednesday, 05:33 in Yorkshire & Humber

A new Costa Drive Thru is opening in east Hull - and it will create 20 jobs

Costa coffee will be opening a new drive thru café in east Hull next year which will create 20 jobs. Planning permission has been granted for the Costa Drive Thru store at a new business park site being developed on Littlefair Road, off Hedon Road....

Wednesday, 05:07 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man hit by car outside North Point Shopping Centre in Bransholme

A male cyclist has been taken to hospital after being hit by a car outside North Point Shopping Centre in Bransholme. The incident, which took place at around 5pm on Tuesday, involved a car and a bicycle. Ambulance crews attended, and traffic in...

Tuesday, 19:19 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull council staff take industrial action in row over parking passes

Council workers in Hull are set to start industrial action in a row over the removal of free parking passes. Around 166 staff who use their car for work duties will stop using their vehicles from Wednesday. They protested outside the Guildhall on...

Tuesday, 18:02 in Yorkshire & Humber

Criminals will now be caught on CCTV in west Hull park plagued by drinkers and drugs

CCTV could soon be installed at a west Hull play park plagued by anti-social behaviour and drug-taking. Residents around the park in Bean Street have previously filmed people who appear to be shooting up in broad daylight. There have also been issues...

Tuesday, 17:53 in Yorkshire & Humber
More ex-drug addicts and drinkers staying clean for longer after treatment, say Hull health chiefs

More ex-drug addicts and drinkers staying clean for longer after treatment, say Hull health chiefs

More people are staying drug or alcohol-free for over six months after receiving rehab treatment in Hull than at any time over the last seven years. New figures show a new treatment regime for adults with serious drug or drink problems launched three...

Tuesday, 17:46 in Yorkshire & Humber

This theatre wants your help to put amazing shows in the spotlight

Beverley’s East Riding Theatre has launched an ambitious fund raising campaign to take the town venue to the next level. The theatre wants to attract amazing shows by installing a more sophisticated lighting system. It has now unveiled a campaign to...

Tuesday, 17:28 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why you will only be able to order a beer before 9pm here

Beverley's biggest shopping complex has been the given the go-ahead to sell alcohol at one-off late-night events. But councillors have ruled any bars at such events at Flemingate must stop selling drinks by 9pm after hearing objections from nearby...

Tuesday, 17:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

The best times to put your children to bed according to their age

Getting your little ones to settle down for the night can often be a momentous challenge - even with the best of planning and preparation. And it's not just babies which have a knack of robbing you from your eight hours. 'Set' bedtimes for kids at any...

Tuesday, 16:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man airlifted to hospital with serious injuries after M180 crash

A man has been airlifted to hospital with serious injuries following a crash on the M180. The collision, which occurred at Barnetby Top, close to the junction with the A15, closed the road for a total of three hours. The man was airlifted to Hull...

Tuesday, 16:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Mums protest as Hull City Council plans cuts to breastfeeding support group

A petition to stop cuts to funding for breastfeeding support services has been handed into Hull City Council. It was reported last week that the Goodwin Doula and Breastfeeding Peer Support Service could lose its council funding completely next year....

Tuesday, 15:49 in Yorkshire & Humber

Men on mopeds are snatching people's phones in Hull - can you identify this suspect?

Police are warning the public to be vigilant after a spate of street robberies in west Hull. Officers have released this CCTV picture of a man officers they'd like to speak to following several incidents, which are reported to have taken place in...

Tuesday, 15:42 in Yorkshire & Humber

Kingswood has been lit up with these festive lights

Kingswood switched their Christmas lights on with a festive celebration for residents and businesses. The event, on Kingswood Village Green on Thursday, December 7, gave children the chance to meet Father Christmas, his reindeer and enjoy some festive...

Tuesday, 15:25 in Yorkshire & Humber

'Shed load' of turkeys close road in both directions

An East Yorkshire road is closed in both directions after a lorry carrying Christmas turkeys crashed. Grange Road, near North Frodingham, was forced to shut between the village and the A165 as the animals spilled out onto the road. A dramatic photo...

Tuesday, 14:37 in Yorkshire & Humber

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