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Bake Off fans reckon Paul Hollywood has finally settled the breadcake, cob or roll debate

Great British Bake Off fans reckon Paul Hollywood has settled an age old debate - whether that piece of bread is called a breadcake, a cob, a roll, a bap or a bun. But we're not convinced. During Tuesday night’s episode of the popular new Channel 4 serie

Saturday, 10:15 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Police close road for investigations hours after serious crash 'leaves man hurt'

Police closed a road after a man was taken to hospital following a serious crash. Officers closed Rawcliffe Road in Goole at around 10.15pm on Friday to carry out an investigation at the scene. A car had left the road and crashed onto the verge in the ea

Saturday, 09:16 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Why this Bransholme cancer survivor has shaved her hair a second time

A mum-of-three from Bransholme who lost her hair to breast cancer has had her locks shaved off to help her daughter achieve her dancing dreams. Emma Richardson was diagnosed with the disease in 2012 and underwent nine months of chemotherapy, which meant

Saturday, 09:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Kingswood Parks Primary School told to improve after first Ofsted visit

Kingswood Parks Primary School told to improve after first Ofsted visit

A primary school doubling in size to meet demand has been told to improve following its first Ofsted inspection. Kingswood Parks Primary School opened in November 2014, and is one of the city's most popular schools. On its opening, then headteacher, Caro

Saturday, 08:07 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The winners of our Prize Pets 2017 competition have been revealed

There have been proud puppies, fabulous felines, and brilliant bunnies all in the running for the coveted crown. And now we can reveal the winner's of this year's Hull Daily Mail Prize Pets 2017 competition. Readers' votes helped to whittle down the hund

Saturday, 07:15 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Hull volunteer found slumped behind wheel on M62 after drinking bottle of vodka

A Hull man who drank a bottle of vodka before driving was found slumped behind the wheel of his car in a motorway layby. Derrick Sykes, 62, was spotted driving “erratically” and swerving between lanes on the M62 eastbound towards Hull before taking the S

Saturday, 06:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The full SMC defence to KCOM Stadium groundsmen's 'unfair dismissal' claim

The SMC has filed its full defence against two groundsmen who claim they were unfairly dismissed. Darrell Cook and Mark Harrison were sacked by the Superstadium Management Company (SMC) in April for gross misconduct amid claims the pitch had been deterio

Saturday, 05:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

The chilling TV interview that caught the crying killer of Joanne Nelson

It is one of the most notorious murders in recent history. And a new documentary has revealed the moment detectives realised Hull man Paul Dyson was responsible for killing his girlfriend Joanne Nelson. Dyson strangled Joanne on Valentine’s Day 2005 at t

Saturday, 05:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

KCOM groundsmen sacked after 'serious breaches of duty', SMC claims

Two KCOM groundsmen sacked earlier this year committed serious breaches of duty and undermined trust, their employer has said. Darrell Cook and Mark Harrison were sacked by the Superstadium Management Company (SMC) in April for gross misconduct amid clai

Saturday, 05:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Stalker scrawls messages on windows in at victim's workplace

Benjamin Dobson, 30, of Lord Roberts Road, Beverley, received an eight-week prison sentence, suspended for 12 months, for harassment by attending the victim's workplace, writing "in permanent marker on the windows of her workplace", calling...

Saturday, 05:35 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Take a tour inside the most-viewed home in Hull

These are currently the four most viewed properties in Hull. They range from a three-bedroom semi detached property in Jensen Mews, off Boothferry Road in west Hull, to a three-bedroom end terrace house in Kingswood. All of them have received hundreds of

Saturday, 05:03 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
'Irresponsible' taxi firm boss has licence revoked

'Irresponsible' taxi firm boss has licence revoked

The "irresponsible" owner of a private-hire taxi firm has been stripped of his licence for failing to protect the public. East Riding Council spent months collecting evidence against Ian Sharp, owner of Q Cars based in Havelock Street,...

Friday, 17:43 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hull firm makes UK's first caravan for dogs

Hull firm makes UK's first caravan for dogs

The UK's first-ever holiday homes designed with dogs in mind are rolling off a production line in Hull. Hedon Road-based manufacturer Willerby Homes say the boom in so-called 'staycation' holidays is behind the move. Design features in the canine-friendl

Friday, 17:37 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Tragedy as woman in her 30s found dead at home

Tragedy as woman in her 30s found dead at home

A woman in her 30s has been found dead in her home. Paramedics from the Yorkshire Air Ambulance and police officers attended a property in Newclose Lane, Goole, at approximately 10.45pm on Thursday after concerns about the safety of a woman inside. Howev

Friday, 16:54 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

When do the clocks go back 2017 and why do we change the time?

The leaves are turning brown and many of us are toying with the idea of whacking the central heating on. Those days on the beach are already becoming a distant memory and we are now looking forward to Hull Fair. Yes, autumn has pretty much arrived and wi

Friday, 16:48 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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