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Plans to build 'super prison' by HMP Full Sutton approved as angry residents blast decision

Plans to build 'super prison' by HMP Full Sutton approved as angry residents blast decision

Plans to build a "super prison" on land next to HMP Full Sutton have been approved in principle, to the dismay of local residents. The Ministry of Justice (MoJ) wants to create a Category C facility which would accommodate more than 1,000...

Thursday, 17:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Victory for villagers as plan to dump 'foul smelling' waste at plant is thrown out

Jubilant residents hope an anaerobic digestion plant never gets off the ground at Woodmansey, after plans to truck-in waste were rejected. East Riding planning councillors have unanimously refused permission for feedstock waste deliveries to be allowed f

Thursday, 17:58 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Anti-BP protesters gatecrash Hull 2017 lecture to campaign against oil firm and hold minute's vigil

Anti-BP protesters gatecrash Hull 2017 lecture to campaign against oil firm and hold minute's vigil

Human rights campaigners disrupted a BP-sponsored lecture organised by the City of Culture team to protest against the oil firm's supposed links to rights abusing regimes. On Wednesday night, just moments before a talk by Nicholas Cullinan, the director

Thursday, 17:13 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Tragic cyclist killed in Hessle Road crash named

A cyclist who was tragically killed in Hessle Road has been named as 42-year-old Craig Beharrell. Police are now appealing for witnesses to help with their investigation. Mr Beharrell, of east Hull, collided with a truck on Monday morning on the flyover

Thursday, 17:04 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Crime is at a ten-year high with huge rises in violence and sexual offences

Crime is at a ten-year high with huge rises in violence and sexual offences

The number of crimes reported to Humberside Police in the past year has risen by 12 per cent. New crime statistics released on Thursday show significant increases in the number of violence cases, sexual offences and public order offences reported between

Thursday, 16:27 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Vandals smash their way into sports club in hunt for cash - but leave empty handed

Vandals smash their way into sports club in hunt for cash - but leave empty handed

Vandals smashed their way into an East Yorkshire sports club and ransacked it looking for cash. Cottingham Lawns Tennis Club has been broken into, with doors being demolished and windows smashed sometime between 8.30pm on Wednesday, July 19, and 10.30am

Thursday, 16:01 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 24

The latest education news and events in Hull and East Yorkshire for the week of July 24

It's been a busy week in schools, colleges and universities across the region. Here, we've rounded up just some of the things our children have been up to. Hull secondary's Gold Standard Kelvin Hall School has been awarded the Gold Standard for Careers E

Thursday, 15:38 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Hundreds of pupils come together in walk to raise funds for school minibus

Hundreds of pupils come together in walk to raise funds for school minibus

More than 700 pupils came together in a five-mile walk to help raise funds for a much needed minibus. Organisers Adam Naylor and Kirsty Jenkins praised the “enthusiastic and mature” Cottingham High students who walked in an attempt to raise money for the

Thursday, 15:21 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Thousands of fake Yankee candles seized from Walton Street Market in Hull

Thousands of fake Yankee candles seized from Walton Street Market in Hull

A market trader has been caught selling 8,000 fake Yankee candles. Darren Briercliffe was caught selling the counterfeit versions of the popular brand at Walton Street Market. He pleaded guilty to the possession of the fake goods after Trading Standards

Thursday, 15:21 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Lines reopen after a man dies after being hit by train

Lines reopen after a man dies after being hit by train

Train lines have reopened after a man was killed by a train. British Transport Police confirmed a man died on Thursday afternoon after he was struck by a train in Harpham, an East Riding village in between Driffield and Bridlington. A spokesperson said:

Thursday, 15:21 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Live updates as man dies after being hit by a train

Passengers on trains are facing lengthy delays after a man was struck by an oncoming train travelling from Hull to Bridlington. British Transport Police were called at 12:23pm following reports of a man being hit in the East Riding village of Harpham. Em

Thursday, 13:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 

Passengers' horror as oxygen masks drop and plane makes emergency landing

Passengers on a flight to Leeds Bradford Airport have described the terrifying moment the plane had to make an emergency landing. Cabin air pressure on the flight from Ibiza reportedly dropped to such an extent that oxygen masks had to be released. One p

Thursday, 13:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
Wartime hero Colin Armitage who spent 50 days in shark-infested waters after German bombing to be honoured

Wartime hero Colin Armitage who spent 50 days in shark-infested waters after German bombing to be honoured

A wartime merchant seaman who spent 50 days adrift on a liferaft as sharks circled is to be remembered in an East Riding village next month. Colin Armitage was one of just two men to survive on meagre rations when their Merchant Navy ship, the SS Lulwort

Thursday, 13:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
'We've made history': How brave MND sufferer conquered Mount Snowdon in his wheelchair

'We've made history': How brave MND sufferer conquered Mount Snowdon in his wheelchair

Inspirational motor neurone disease sufferer Jason Liversidge has conquered Mount Snowdon in a wheelchair to raise money for charity. The 41-year-old dad of two tackled the highest mountain in Wales to raise funds for terminal illness charity Marie Curie

Thursday, 13:31 in Yorkshire & Humber
 
TV actor and 'Bridge of Spies' star Sir Mark Rylance announced as new patron of East Riding Theatre

TV actor and 'Bridge of Spies' star Sir Mark Rylance announced as new patron of East Riding Theatre

Television actor and knight of the realm Sir Mark Rylance has been announced as a patron of East Riding Theatre. Sir Mark, who was the first artistic director of Shakespeare's Globe Theatre in London, came to prominence in film and television for his rol

Thursday, 13:12 in Yorkshire & Humber
 


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