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South Holderness College 'bans' Red Nose Day non-school uniform as it makes pupils 'uncomfortable'

Hundreds of students have been told they will not be able to wear casual clothes to school to raise cash for Red Nose Day. In a break with tradition, South Holderness Technology College has told its pupils they will not be holding a "non-school...

Tuesday, 07:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull's Royal Hotel looks to create 44 new bedrooms thanks to Hull 2017 demand

A historic city centre hotel is looking to expand by creating dozens of new bedrooms. The Mail recently reported that Hull's Mercure Royal has been taken over by Cheshire-based Britannia Hotels. The hotel, which is connected with Paragon Station and has

Tuesday, 07:17 in Yorkshire & Humber

Business support 'unprecedented' for East Yorkshire tourism awards

Hull and East Riding's premier tourism awards have been given unprecedented support from local businesses, with more sponsors of awards than ever before. The 2017 Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards (REYTAs), organised by Visit Hull and East Yorkshi

Tuesday, 07:03 in Yorkshire & Humber

Man caught smuggling Syrian refugee in boot of BMW at Hull's King George Dock

A man was caught trying to smuggle a Syrian refugee in the boot of his car through Hull's King George Dock. The woman, who is in her 20s, spent "15 hours of torment" as she tried to flee her war-torn country to find safety in the UK. She was...

Tuesday, 07:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

Dad Michael Brammer threatened to set fire to ex-partner and her child 'to see them squeal'

A dad-of-two threatened to set fire to his ex-girlfriend and her eight-year-old child so he could "watch them both squeal". Michael Brammer, 32, had been handed a restraining order in October last year, which prevented him from contacting...

Tuesday, 07:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

Mahe Fonua's worth to Hull FC is way more than just tries

Lee Radford delighted with Hull FC back Mahe Fonua as we analyse his strong start to 2017 in detail. Even before Mahe Fonua had broken his duck last Friday against Widnes Vikings, the dominant winger was one of Hull FC's top performers in 2017. Now in hi

Tuesday, 07:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

VOTE - Who should be Hull KR's full-back in Adam Quinlan's absence?

Hull KR have been hit with a hammer blow as full-back Adam Quinlan could be ruled out for a minimum of three months with a dislocated shoulder – or worse still, miss the rest of the year. Rovers are not looking to dip into the market for a direct replace

Tuesday, 07:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live rush hour traffic, travel and news updates for Hull and East Yorkshire, Tuesday March 21

Follow our updates throughout the day as we bring you news on the traffic, travel and headlines across Hull and East Yorkshire as it happens. Although spring is officially upon us, you wouldn't know it as it's a chilly morning and temperatures aren't exp

Tuesday, 07:01 in Yorkshire & Humber

Car flips and lands on roof in Inglemire Lane, north Hull

The driver of a silver car which flipped and landed on its roof after a collision with a taxi at a roundabout in north Hull has escaped from the crash unscathed. Emergency services, including two ambulances and Humberside Police, rushed to the junction w

Monday, 21:48 in Yorkshire & Humber

Updates after car lands on roof at Inglemire Lane junction in Hull

A car has flipped and landed onto its roof at a roundabout in north Hull. Emergency services have raced to the scene of the accident, and the car is in the road, overturned onto its roof. Yorkshire Ambulance Service are in attendance at the scene of the

Monday, 20:23 in Yorkshire & Humber

Cancer liar Kelsey Whitehead cons £15,000 out of Hull firm Carbon Electric

A callous woman conned thousands of pounds out of her bosses at a small Hull firm as part of an elaborate hoax in which she told workmates that she was dying from terminal cancer. Kelsey Whitehead told managers at Carbon Electric, which is based in Hedon

Monday, 19:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Blade returns to Siemens at Alexandra Dock before going on public display again

It's back where it all began. Having spent the last two months stopping people in their tracks in Queen Victoria Square, Blade has returned to the less crowded surroundings of Alexandra Dock. The huge 250ft long offshore turbine blade was made in Siemens

Monday, 17:44 in Yorkshire & Humber

High business rates and 'crazy' parking fees hit small businesses in Beverley

Small independent shops in Beverley are struggling as a result of “ridiculously high" business rates and "crazy" parking charges, owners have claimed. Mandy Buchanan was hit with a "phenonemal" 34 per cent rate rise for her...

Monday, 17:09 in Yorkshire & Humber

Woman, 23, forced to the ground and sexually assaulted as she walked home in Barton

A 23-year-old woman was forced to the ground and sexually assaulted as she walked home. The victim had been on a night out with a friend on Saturday, March 18. She left High Street, in Barton, shortly before 11:10pm to walk home. After leaving her friend

Monday, 16:11 in Yorkshire & Humber

Amy Johnson's moths are going up for sale - but they will be gone soon

Get your walking boots on while you can as Hull's Moth Trail will soon be gone – and you can buy one of your very own. The moths were put on display around the city and further afield as part of the Amy Johnson Festival, and 26 of the statues are now bei

Monday, 16:03 in Yorkshire & Humber

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