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Intruders evade police on motorbike after road chase to Hull

Police chased intruders from a business in Beverley and continued to pursue them to Hull before the culprits fled through countryside on an off-road motorbike.
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Chris Battle who is a traditional bacon maker for Cranswick, based in Hull.

Cranwick sees profits soar by 27 per cent

Food giant Cranswick has churned out a 27% rise in first quarter sales, helped by a strong performance in the UK.

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Chilli Devils, Hull.

Bar review: Chilli Devil’s, Hull

At the end of the gloriously named Land of Green Ginger in Hull’s Old Town is Manor Street, where used to be situated a little tapas place called the Brief.

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Picture shows the sunset at the Humber Bridge, East Yorkshire at the end of a summers day.

Fresh call to scrap Humber Bridge charges

Business leaders have called for the Humber Bridge toll to be scrapped.

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Hessle Road, Hull. Image: Google

Police name Hull cyclist killed in collision with truck

THE cyclist who died in a collision on Hessle Road in Hull on Monday morning has been named as 42 year-old Craig Beharrell.

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Joanne Hemingway

Hull murder investigation - two women rearrested

DETECTIVES  continuing a murder investigation after a woman died after suffering serious injuries in a Hull street last month have rearrested two women.

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Police unveil 'rainbow' cars to support Hull's first national Pride event

HUMBERSIDE Police have unveiled two brightly coloured 'rainbow' patrol cars  ahead of the first UK national Pride event in Hull this weekend.

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YP Comment: Listed status is long overdue

IT may lack the medieval grandeur of York Minister, or the beauty of Rievaulx Abbey – and is considerably younger than both – but the Humber Bridge is now equal in stature having been awarded Grade I listed status.

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Humber Bridge joins York Minster and Windsor Castle as it becomes Grade I listed

It might not have the immediate grandeur of York Minster and it is considerably younger than Rievaulx Abbey, but the Humber Bridge is now equal in stature having been awarded Grade I listed status.

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An inquiry has been launched into the contaminated blood scandal following years of campaigning by, amongst others, Hull MP Diana Johnson.

Diana Johnson: My fight for justice on behalf of victims of contamined blood scandal – and all those for whom it is too late

LAST Tuesday, the victims of the worst treatment disaster in NHS history received news many thought they would never see.

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Former Hull Royal Infirmary chief executive Phil Morley.

MP claims Hull Royal Infirmary was in a "terrible state" when former NHS chief executive left

Cabinet minister Andrea Leadsom has criticised the "revolving door" culture which sees failing bosses moving on to new jobs, amid concerns over a former NHS chief executive.

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Hull MP backed by six party leaders in call for blood inquiry

Hull MP backed by six party leaders in call for blood inquiry

SIX party leaders have signed a letter calling on Theresa May to set up a Hillsborough-style inquiry into blood contamination in a move led by Hull North MP Diana Johnson.
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On his way: Hull City's Josh Tymon.

Tigers prospect Josh Tymon set for switch to Stoke City

HULL CITY have confirmed that highly-rated teenage left-back Josh Tymon will leave the club with immediate effect after turning down a professional contract.

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Taking charge: New Hull City head coach Leonid Slutsky. 

Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

New Tigers chief aims to capitalise on links with Chelsea owner Roman Abramovich

NEW Hull City head coach Leonid Slutsky has confirmed that he is hoping to bring in ‘six or seven’ new players in preparation for the new Championship season.

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Police have appealed for information.

Man on mobility scooter assaulted in suspected robbery at Hull casino

A man who was riding a mobility scooter was treated for "potentiallty life changing injuries" after he was assaulted in a Hull casino during a suspected robbery.

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The exhibition on the life and work of Philip Larkin, at the Brynmor Jones Library, at Hull University. Pictures by Simon Hulme

Larkin around: Poet’s personal collection goes on display in Hull

HE REMAINS one of Britain’s best read poets, yet the more that is disclosed of the contradictory, private life of Philip Larkin, the less understood he becomes.

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Medical student Helena Sinclair, from Hull, views a display with Beatrix Potter figurines at Larkin: New Eyes Each Year, an exhibition opening this week at the University of Hull's Brynmor Jones Library as part of the Hull UK City of Culture 2017.

Philip Larkin exhibition to take visitors 'almost unnervingly close' to poet

A new exhibition featuring personal items from the life of Philip Larkin promises to throw new light on the life of the complex and contradictory life of one of Britain's best-loved poets.

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Would better regulation have prevented the Grenfell inferno?

Chris Haskins: Let Grenfell be the grave of reckless deregulation

IN 1997 I was asked by the new Prime Minister, Tony Blair, if I would chair a committee in the Cabinet Office called the Deregulation Task Force, set up by the Conservative government.

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Joanne Hemingway.

Hull woman who died after serious injuries is named as man is charged with murder

Detectives have named a woman who died after she suffered serious injuries on a "busy" Hull street as a man has been charged with her murder.
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Princes Quay in Hull.

Man dies after balcony fall at Hull shopping centre

A man died after falling from a balcony at a Hull shopping centre.

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