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Another step taken to put fluoride in water - opposition says it shows process is a ‘sham'

ANOTHER major step has been taken towards fluoridating Hull and part of the East Riding’s water supply.
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Going through: Nick Matthew

British Open: Nick Matthew in ‘golden oldies’ final in Hull

NICK MATTHEW will try to ‘rip up the rule book’ one more time today when he goes for a fourth British Open title in Hull.

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Matt Coulter in action, with Paul Hannam on the ground.

Daredevil Kangaroo Kid rides into classic car rally

He is the man who launched a quad bike over a low-flying plane near Las Vegas and has jumped on four wheels over a paddle steamer – all while cheating death more times than he might care to remember.

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The Royal Scot steams through Darnholm along the North Yorkshire Moors Railway on its first trip from Grosmont to Pickering.

Picture special: Stunning locomotive The Royal Scot plays key role in anniversary party

IT WAS an arrival that is fitting for such a landmark event.
Analysis
Hull Pirates' player-coach, Jason Hewitt. Picture courtesy of Hull Pirates.

Hull Pirates’ boss Jason Hewitt looking for instant reaction

JASON HEWITT is confident Hull Pirates can rebound from their opening play-off night defeat when they return to action this weekend.

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A still from the CCTV footage shared by Humberside Police detectives.

Video: Do you recognise burglars who targeted Hull business?

Detectives investigating a burglary at a business in Hull have released CCTV footage of two suspects.

Crime
PLAY_OFF CHALLENGE: Sheffield 
Steelers' head coach Paul Thompson.

Sheffield Steelers switch focus to lifting final piece of silverware on offer

SHEFFIELD STEELERS head into the final weekend of the Elite League regular season tonight determined to gain some momentum ahead of the play-offs.

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David Bowie

Is that David Bowie on stage with me in Hull?

The last surviving member of David Bowie’s Ziggy Stardust backing band has revealed he sometimes expects to see the late music superstar alongside him on stage.

Music
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Yorkshire ‘postcode lottery’ means patients must get fatter to have surgery

Rationing of surgery to treat clinically obese people means that in some parts of Yorkshire, patients need to become “super-obese” before they are allowed a weight loss operation, a new report suggests.

Health
Sheffield Steeldogs and Hull Pirates aiming to spring play-off surprise

Sheffield Steeldogs and Hull Pirates aiming to spring play-off surprise

GREG WOOD has vowed his Sheffield Steeldogs team will prove “competitive” as they look to spring a surprise in the English Premier League play-offs.

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Craig Heads (left), Charlotte Bailey and Lee Kirman from Humber Street Distillery Co raise a toast to their new venture with Wykeland Groups Tom Watson.

Gin to add new flavour to the Fruit Market

PUB owners are creating what is believed to be Yorkshire’s first gin bar and distillery.

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Security failings exposed by hackers’ cyber attack on hospitals

HACKERS EXPOSED basic security failings in a major cyber attack on three hospitals in the region, an investigation has found.

Health
GP’s plea ignored as governing body votes to axe beds and minor injuries units

GP’s plea ignored as governing body votes to axe beds and minor injuries units

A last-minute plea to listen to the concerns of GPs representing 50,000 patients was ignored today as the governing body of the East Riding CCG voted to approve controversial plans to close three minor injuries units.

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The anti-fracking camp at Kirby Misperton.

YP Letters: Proud of fracking camp members acting for community

From: Terry Walls, Yorkshire Party member, Driffield.

Opinion 2
Merchants Warehouse in the Old Town in Hull .

YP Comment: Bringing history to life

HULL’S OLD Town, as visitors are now discovering, is the City of Culture’s hidden treasure, a hive of historical interest where the story of Hull is made clear not just in the area’s fascinating and free museums, but in the very streets themselves.

Opinion
Sheffield's Nick Matthew. Picture courtesy of PSA.

British Open - Nick Matthew intent on being less desperate to win ‘at home’

NICK MATTHEW heads to Hull for the British Open this week believing it to be the most wide-open draw in a number of years.

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File pic: Buildings in Hull's Old Town will be in line for help under the new Heritage Action Zone scheme.

New life for Old Town in bid to fill its streets

For hundreds of years it was the beating heart of the city. But although change is afoot, Hull’s Old Town has “probably never been as quiet.”

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Haddock from the North Sea and West of Scotland have been taken off a list of "fish to eat"

Chips are down for North Sea haddock

Haddock from the North Sea and West of Scotland have been taken off a list of “fish to eat” in the face of new scientific advice, the Marine Conservation Society said.

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Wiltshire Road, Hull (Google Maps)

Hull man exposes genitals then drives off

A man who exposed his genitals on a bridge in Hull is being sought by police.

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Frigate sails into culture city as Katy sets course for concert date

A ROYAL Naval frigate, HMS Iron Duke, sailed into Hull yesterday for a four-day visit as part of the city’s UK Capital of Culture celebrations.

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