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Hull's Corn Exchange is back open - and Atom fans are going to be very happy

Beer lovers will be pleased to learn a historic new pub in Hull’s old town has reopened with the backing of a popular brewery. Atom Brewing Co has taken over the Corn Exchange pub where a huge range of the brewery's beers will be served, as well as...

Thursday, 18:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

Two offers have been made for this old Wilko store - but does Beverley need another bar?

Beverley’s former town centre Wilko store could soon become a restaurant or shop. Two offers are in for the property, which has been empty for more than two years. Although the Cross Street building is being marketed for two shops units, it is...

Thursday, 18:59 in Yorkshire & Humber

Family's tragedy as dad suddenly dies - but his last act helped save countless others

A son and daughter who tragically lost their father when he died of a massive bleed on the brain in Hull Royal Infirmary have spoken of why they donated his organs as his last act. Hannah Evison, 34, and her brother Dean, 36, rushed to Hull Royal...

Thursday, 17:48 in Yorkshire & Humber

Tommy Robinson has left Hull Prison - but supporters say now he isn't safe

EDL founder Tommy Robinson has been moved from Hull Prison. The far-right campaigner was jailed last month after he live-streamed a Facebook video outside Leeds Crown Court while a jury was deliberating their verdict on a long and complicated trial....

Thursday, 17:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Pret A Manger speak out on rumours it will not open in Hull because of 'zombie' druggies

Pret A Manger has moved to allay fears it would no longer be coming to Hull after rumours "zombie" druggies had put the franchise off from opening in the city. Speaking in Parliament on Thursday, Diana Johnson MP raised the problem of drug...

Thursday, 17:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Preg - aka 'Hull's Banksy' - reveals the true meaning behind his street art

He is the imaginative, creative, and sometimes cheeky spark behind some of Hull’s most quirky pieces of street art. And now Preston Fox – or Preg, as everyone else knows him – has revealed the influences and reasons behind his artwork which has taken...

Thursday, 17:16 in Yorkshire & Humber

Murder accused: 'He pushed me too far - but I didn't mean to kill him'

A man on trial for murder is now representing himself in court after his defence team withdrew. Colin Cadamartriea, 64, is accused of murdering Jarrad Marsh, 31, at a west Hull hostel in a row over benefits money. Mr Marsh died from a single stab...

Thursday, 16:31 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull's Foredyke Bridge hit by MORE delays as closure extends yet again

Drivers have been hit yet again by further delays to a bridge that was only scheduled to be shut for two weeks. Foredyke Bridge , in Wawne Road, close to Kingswood Academy, was originally closed in March with work only meant to be ongoing until after...

Thursday, 15:40 in Yorkshire & Humber

Live as Hedon Road blocked after lorry and van crash on roundabout

Video LoadingVideo Unavailable Click to playTap to play The video will start in 8CancelPlay now Drivers are being warned of major delays to their journeys this afternoon after a lorry and a van crashed in Hedon Road. The crash, which has happened at...

Thursday, 15:18 in Yorkshire & Humber

How you can become a police detective in Hull in just 12 weeks

A new Government scheme plans to tackle a severe shortage of police investigators by training graduates in just three months. Ministers announced £350,000 funding for the development of a fast-track training programme, following warnings about forces'...

Thursday, 14:22 in Yorkshire & Humber

Men wanted after Skipsea Sands Holiday Park fruit machines 'tampered' with and £800 stolen

Police are on the hunt for three men accused of stealing £800 worth of coins from a fruit machine after tampering with it so they could play games for free. Hundreds of pounds were stolen from the machine at an amusement arcade at Skipsea Sands...

Thursday, 13:56 in Yorkshire & Humber

Hull pupils team up with Reckitt Benckiser to develop its Gaviscon product

Students at Hull’s Ron Dearing UTC have been working with a major pharmaceutical company to develop new ideas for one of its best-known brands. The group have teamed up with Reckitt Benckiser to pitch ideas on its Gaviscon brand, which tackles...

Thursday, 13:56 in Yorkshire & Humber

'Why Humber Street Sesh expanding this summer is something of a disaster'

Humber Street Sesh last month revealed the popular music festival would be expanding for the first time. But in a letter to Hull Live, former Mayor Colin Inglis has described the plans as a "disaster". His letter in full is here - let us...

Thursday, 13:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

Channel 4 wants badly behaved, embarrassing Hull pets to take part in a new show

If you own a pet that can at times be badly behaved, help is at hand in the form of a brand new teatime series set to help owners get their animals in check. Channel 4 has put out an advert recruiting owners of 'embarrassing' pets to take part in a...

Thursday, 13:38 in Yorkshire & Humber

People's Postcode Lottery scammers tell gran she's won £375,000 - but she outfoxes them

A pensioner has told how she outfoxed scammers who tried to convince her she had scooped £375,000 on the People's Postcode Lottery. Maureen Rymer, 77, who has been playing the lottery for the past two years, received the convincing letter in the...

Thursday, 12:50 in Yorkshire & Humber

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