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My Yorkshire: Johnny Whiteley MBE

Rugby League hero Johnny Whiteley MBE, 87, played more than 400 times for Hull FC between 1950-65, was capped 15 times and as a player, and as a coach, won the Ashes in Australia.

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The sexual assault was reported to have taken place in the cemetery on Spring Bank West, Hull. Picture: Google

Police share safety advice after report of sexual assault in a Hull cemetery

Police have issued safety advice after a woman reported being sexually assault in a cemetery in Hull during the early hours.

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Bioethanol plant shuts down ahead of schedule due to poor market

Vivergo Fuels has brought forward a scheduled maintenance shutdown of its plant in Salt End near Hull to the end of the month.

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Thousands greet the Queen as she arrives in Hull today

The Queen got a rapturous welcome when she arrived at Hull's Paragon Station this morning.

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Man 'threatened with bladed weapon' during Hull road rage incident

Man 'threatened with bladed weapon' during Hull road rage incident

A man was threatened with a bladed weapon during a road rage incident in Hull.

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Former Hull West and Hessle MP Alan Johnson is forging a new literary career. (Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe).

Alan Johnson - from postman to political heavyweight and a true man of letters

Alan Johnson stepped down as an MP in the summer after 20 years. He talked to Chris Bond about politics, Brexit, his pride at Hull’s resurgence and his passion for writing.

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Terence Cuneo pictured on September 11,1961 painting at Clapham Junction.

Treasured railway artist to be celebrated with new show

WIDELY-recognised as the world’s greatest railway artist, Terence Cuneo is to be celebrated in a new exhibition as part of the Hull City of Culture programme.

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Man found seriously injured in Hull

A man was found with serious injuries in Hull.
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Police are appealing for witnesses.

Woman, 35, dies after collision near Pocklington

A woman has died after a collision between two cars near Pocklington.

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Philip Larkin, who was the focus of an exhibiton at Wlberforce House in Hull this year, remains one of the country's most popular poets.

Sir Andrew Motion on his friend Philip Larkin

Sir Andrew Motion has produced a new TV documentary about his friend Philip Larkin that is being screened next week. Chris Bond talked to the former Poet Laureate.

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Hull North MP Diana Johnson.  Picture Tony Johnson.

MP Diana Johnson: ‘I can stand up in the Houses of Parliament and people will listen... they have to’

Hull’s first female Labour MP Diana Johnson, a key campaigner for victims of the contaminated blood scandal, explains what drives her in her relentless battle for answers. Alexandra Wood reports.

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Laura Plummer was arrested at Hurghada airport on October 9.

Court postponements for Hull woman held in Egypt for drug smuggling

A woman from Hull who is accused of smuggling drugs was today due to be transferred to a second jail in Egypt after her case was committed to the criminal courts.

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Prince Street. Photo: Google.

Arrest after armed police called to ‘firearms incident’ in Bridlington

A man has been arrested following a firearms incident in the centre of Bridlington.

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Police looking for two women after teenage girl assaulted in Hull shopping centre

Police looking for two women after teenage girl assaulted in Hull shopping centre

Two women are being sought by police in connection with an alleged assault on a teenager in a Hull shopping centre.

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'Gaunt looking' man armed with weapon threatened staff at bookmakers in East Yorkshire

'Gaunt looking' man armed with weapon threatened staff at bookmakers in East Yorkshire

Police are hunting a man who threatened staff during an attempted robbery at a bookmakers in an East Yorkshire village.

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New CCTV images released in hunt for Hull bank robbers

Police today released new CCTV images as they continued their hunt for two men who staged a terrifying bank robbery in Hull.

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Handout photo dated 11/09/17 issued by the Ministry of Defence of the damage to the island of Jost Van Dyke in the British Virgin Isles, following Hurricane Irma. PRESS ASSOCIATION Photo.

Arco sends cash to aid Caribbean relief work

Safety equipment company Arco is backing the relief effort following two devastating hurricanes which ripped through the Caribbean in September.

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A think-tank report says 'Millenials' and 'Generation Z' will need to unlock the potential of the North.

Young people ‘will inherit a North rich in assets but poor in opportunity’, says think-tank

Brexit will have nearly twice the impact on the North’s economy by 2030 as it will on London’s, according to a report published today which urges the Government to “devolve real economic power” to the region.

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Crime writer Nick Quantrill, who has helped organise Hull Noir. (JPress)

Hull Noir - shedding light on the dark side of life

Ahead of the Hull Noir festival which gets underway later this month, two writers from the city praise the influence of local author, the late Ted Lewis. Julian Cole reports.

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Moment of reflection for Yorkshire church that survived Blitz

A reflection in a nearby office windows of the newly named Hull Minster, formerly called Holy Trinity Church up to May 13.

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