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Hull City consider Dimonande strike appeal

Hull City may appeal against striker Adama Diomande’s charge of violent conduct before Saturday’s Premier League game at Watford.

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Hull City's Josh Tymon (left) battles for the ball with Bristol City's Callum O'Dowda. (Picture: PA)

Three at the back and two up top eases Hull City’s woes

MIKE PHELAN has dropped a big hint that Hull City’s switch to a three-man defence is here to stay.

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Death of baby rushed to Hull hospital ‘unexplained’, say police

A baby, who was rushed to hospital in the early hours of yesterday, has died.

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New offices for recruitment firm

New offices for recruitment firm

Hull-based recruitment firm SureStaffing and Brothers Recruitment is set to create dozens of jobs following a six-figure investment and relocation to a new, dedicated centre of operations.

Hull's Harry Maguire.

Hull City now in shape to tackle survival battle – Harry Maguire

HARRY MAGUIRE believes Hull City reaching the League Cup quarter-finals for only the second time in the club’s history can breathe fresh life into their season.

Chocolatier Jon Collins believes this is a big moment for the people of Hull. ( Karl Andre Smit).

The young artists hoping to use Hull City of Culture as a springboard

In the latest in our series putting the spotlight on Hull, Alex Wood looks at how young artists and artisans are using the forthcoming UK City of Culture to promote their work.

Alex Beech has pleaded guilty to allegations that he passed horsemeat off as beef.

Hull man admits passing horsemeat off as beef

A TRADER from Hull has pleaded guilty to allegations that he passed horsemeat off as beef.

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Agencies slow to act over £6m of unpaid child maintenance, says report

Single parents in parts of Yorkshire and Lincolnshire are owed millions of pounds in unpaid child maintenance, a new study shows.

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Bristol City 1 Hull City 2 - Phelan hopes Hull have lifted the gloom

Mike Phelan hopes Hull’s EFL Cup run can lift the “gloomy” atmosphere caused by the Tigers’ slide down the Premier League table.

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Sir Gary Verity unveils the host towns for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire at the Welcome to Yorkshire offices in Leeds. 
Picture: Jonathan Gawthorpe

Tour de Yorkshire: Venues announced for Britain’s top cycling event

The host towns and cities for the 2017 Tour de Yorkshire have been unveiled.

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Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan

Glory days recalled as Tigers seek boost at double

A WEEK offering tussles with Bristol City and Watford would, under normal circumstances, be enough to leave most Hull City supporters with a warm glow.

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Police say the man has been detained under the Mental Health Act.

Man robbed at cash machine in Grimsby

A man was robbed in Grimsby in the early hours of Monday morning when he withdrew money from a cash machine.

Vintage motorcycle stolen from Hessle

Vintage motorcycle stolen from Hessle

A vintage motorcycle was stolen from Hessle over the weekend and Humberside Police is appealing for information.

Pupils at Queen Mary's School, Baldersby Park' with Robert Beaumont' biographer of the Railway King. Picture: Mike Cowling

Expelled and bankrupt: Amazing story of Yorkshire’s Railway King

A MAN WHO was expelled from school and his village before becoming an exiled bankrupt does not sound like an ideal role model for school pupils.

Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan

Jackett believes he can pull off rescue mission with Millers as Tigers slide into deep trouble

KENNY JACKETT insists Rotherham United can stay in the Championship despite his first game as manager ending in defeat.

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Hull City's Will Keane and Stoke City's Bruno Martins Indi battle for the ball.

Hull City 0 Stoke City 2: David Marshall backed as Tigers fall into the drop zone

HULL City manager Mike Phelan has leapt to the defence of goalkeeper David Marshall despite seeing him concede 15 goals in the four Premier League games he has spent between the posts.

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Bill Watkins inside his museum

Never fade away: Hull singing star the world forgot

He turned down Hollywood so he could stay in Hull: there was nothing conventional about David Whitfield’s singing career. On a quiet suburban street, away from the UK City of Culture buzz (and the fascinating Festival of Roadworks), Bill Wilkins unlocks the door of his garage extension and stands back to let me take in the David Whitfield Museum. It’s astonishing. Practically every square inch is crammed with mementoes and memories of Whitfield, the singer whose biggest hit, Cara Mia, sold 2.5 million copies in 1954.

A long walk over Allerthopre Common saw Looroll end up chasing squirrels.

Wolds Diary: Talk about seeing the county, what a busy week on the road

What a busy week. People sometimes ask me how I find the time to do all the things I do. This week my answer has to be that I just don’t know!

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Ian Sargent in the Vineyard. Picture by Simon Hulme

Say cheers to red wine from white rosé county

It’s a few days before the first harvest of the year at Laurel Vines and Ian Sargent is surveying what looks likely to be a bumper crop. By the end of the month he hopes that around 6,000 tonnes of grapes will be on their way to becoming wine – that’s 2,000 tonnes more than last year – and among them will be the grapes for the company’s first ever red.

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