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Hull City keeper Allan McGregor set to join Cardiff City

Hull City goalkeeper Allan McGregor is set to go out on loan to Cardiff City for the rest of the season, according to reports. The Scottish international hasn't played for the Tigers during the current campaign after sustaining a back injury which requir

Tuesday, 20:28 in Yorkshire & Humber

Major delays expected as London Kings Cross to Hull trains cancelled

Commuters are being warned to expect major delays to their services tomorrow (Wednesday) due to a number of cancelled trains. Seven services travelling between London Kings Cross and Hull have either been cancelled or had their journey routes changed bec

Tuesday, 19:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

Skipsea residents could be forced out of homes after tidal surge rapidly erodes cliff edge

Homeowners in Skipsea could be forced out of their homes after four feet of coastal land disintegrated over the weekend. Friday's tidal surge caused a rapid erosion of the coastline and at least two properties could be evacuated permanently if authoritie

Tuesday, 18:49 in Yorkshire & Humber

Naturist Cleaners will pay you £45 an hour to clean houses - but you'll have to do it naked

Looking for a new job in 2017? How does £45 an hour cleaning someone's house sound? Great, right? There's just a small have to be female - and willing to do it naked. The unusual job ad reads: "We are looking for female naturist...

Tuesday, 18:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

Your baby's Sophie the Giraffe toy could have mould inside it

A mum has warned other parents about the dangers of a best selling teething toy after finding black mould inside her baby's Sophie the Giraffe. Dana Chianese, a pediatric dentist, said she was shocked to discover the inside of the rubber toy covered in b

Tuesday, 18:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

First look inside Greggs as it reopens Prospect Centre store with seating and free wi-fi

One of Hull city centre's most popular Greggs stores has reopened following a major refit. The outlet, in Prospect Centre, closed last week to undergo a big remodelling. The chain has said the new shop "is designed to meet the demands of busy...

Tuesday, 18:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

Pride of Hull cocaine smuggler Edward Tron found guilty after arrest on ferry toilet

Video footage has shown the moment a P&O Ferry worker was sat on the toilet when police burst in and arrested him for cocaine smuggling. Edward Tron, 51, smuggled tens of thousands of pounds worth of cocaine into UK from the Netherlands aboard the...

Tuesday, 17:49 in Yorkshire & Humber

The seven things Hull learnt from Theresa May's Brexit speech

Theresa May has made one of the biggest speeches given by a British Prime Minister in modern times, as she outlined her plan for Brexit. The Mail's Parliamentary Correspondent Patrick Daly breaks down what we discovered during the landmark announcement.

Tuesday, 17:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hunt for Ben Geraghty wanted after string of violent crimes in Hull

A man is wanted for a string of violent offences including robbery and assault. Ben Geraghty, 27, remains at large despite a "number" of attempts by police to locate and arrest him. Humberside Police have now appealed for help from the...

Tuesday, 17:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

'Resentful stable hand Daniel Edwards stabbed woman 19 times over job' - trial hears

A stable hand stabbed a woman to death because he "harboured resentment" about her taking his job on an East Riding farm, a court heard. Fiona Southwell, 60, was found by her brother, lying on her back in a "large pool of blood",...

Tuesday, 14:54 in Yorkshire & Humber

Gino D'Acampo stuns shoppers at Kingswood Retail Park

He made his name as a personable Italian TV chef and shot to fame after being crowned King of the Jungle on I'm A Celebrity...Get Me Out Of Here. So punters in Kingswood were shocked when they came face to face with Gino D'Acampo on Tuesday. The TV star

Tuesday, 14:32 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City's Ehab Allam says supporters not painting club in best light for buyers

Hull City vice chairman Ehab Allam says the protests of fans has contributed to the failure to sell the club, claiming they are not making the Premier League side appealing due to their protests. Speaking in an interview with the Yorkshire Post, Allam cl

Tuesday, 10:53 in Yorkshire & Humber

Why you could get a scary letter if you watch pirate TV online

Anybody who illegally streams films and TV shows online could be getting warning letters sent to them this week. Customers of Virgin Media, BT, TalkTalk and Sky will receive the warning shots as part of a pirating crackdown by the Government. They will b

Tuesday, 10:18 in Yorkshire & Humber

The next streets to get KCOM ultrafast broadband in Hull, Beverley, Hessle and Cottingham

KCOM has revealed the next places in Hull and the East Riding which will receive access to its "ultrafast" broadband. More than 35,000 properties will be linked to the Lightstream service over the next few weeks, including areas in Kirk...

Tuesday, 09:51 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull City news and rumours LIVE - Clubs circle around Livermore, Clucas and Snodgrass

The next two weeks can't go by quick enough for Hull City as the transfer window threatens to disrupt their squad. Interest in Robert Snodgrass and Sam Clucas has already been expressed while West Brom have gone one step further and made a £10m bid for m

Tuesday, 09:06 in Yorkshire & Humber

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