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Can you help police trace missing 52-year-old Hull woman?

POLICE in Hull are appealing for information to trace a missing 52-year-old woman from Willerby.
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The Advanced Manufacturing Park in Rotherham.

Hull and Rotherham lead the charge for economic growth

A STRONG end to 2017 led Hull and Rotherham to maintain their positions as the fastest growing economies in Yorkshire, according to a new report.

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Sunshine – and clouds – on horizon for Yorkshire coastal towns

COASTAL communities in Yorkshire are facing mounting pressure to capitalise on a wave of unprecedented economic opportunities while preserving the hugely lucrative multi-billion-pound tourism industry.

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Ottringham. Picture: Google.

Sheep ‘mutilated’ and killed after being stolen from farm near Hull

Police are appealing for information after a sheep was stolen from a farm in East Yorkshire and then killed.

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CCTV issued by police after break-in at Hull hairdressers

Police today released CCTV images of a man they want to trace following a burglary at a hairdressers in Hull city centre.

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The five friends all work together at Asda in Hull

'Special checkout chair' blamed for five Asda workers' pregnancies

Staff at a Yorkshire supermarket were stunned when five women who work on the same checkout announced they were pregnant within weeks of each other.

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Trains halted in Hull as police deal with 'trespass' incident

Trains have been halted after transport police were called to reports of a man on the railway.
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Rooted in Hull is set to open to the public in Hull city centre later in the spring.

Spring opening for Hull city centre farm

An urban farm project in Hull city centre is almost ready to open to the public, following the delivery of two new containers which will be used as a cafe and shop to sell the farm’s fresh produce.

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Humberside Police has improved child safeguarding, a new report says.

Humberside Police's child safeguarding improves despite 'concern' at progress

Humberside Police has made some improvements to how it safeguards vulnerable children but "decisive and timely action" is needed in other areas, according to a review.
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Chemical firm Croda confirms £27m investment into Hull site

Chemical firm Croda confirms £27m investment into Hull site

Croda International is investing £27m in a new polymer additives manufacturing plant at its Oak Road site in Hull.

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The Duke of Cambridge at the annual remembrance service at the Cenotaph.

Margaret Holloway: Remembrance finds meaning in grief and loss

WHAT is it about death? It’s a fact of life that we all die. And despite advances in medical science and end-of-life care, the exact timing and place of our death remain to some extent unpredictable.

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Menswear retailer to hand over reigns to son after nearly 50 years

Menswear retailer to hand over reigns to son after nearly 50 years

When Ashwin Shah founded his clothing store on Hull’s Anlaby Road in 1971 it mainly catered to followers of the hippie movement.

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The little-known Yorkshireman who helped win the war by 'giving' the RAF its greatest flying machine

The name Amy Johnson is known all around the world.

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Ena Street, Hull (Google).

Girl, 13, pushed over and robbed of phone in Hull street

A 13-year-old girl was pushed to the ground and had her mobile phone snatched by a man in Hull.

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Caravan maker Willerby posts double digit growth

Caravan maker Willerby posts double digit growth

INVESTMENT in new product development helped static caravan manufacturer Willerby post double digit growth last year and it is forecasting another stellar year for 2018.

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The fire began in the kitchen of a house in Hutt Street, Hull. Picture: Google

Man rescued after unattended camping stove started blaze in Hull terraced house

A man was taken to hospital after an unattended camping stove started a fire in the kitchen of a house in Hull.

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Yorkshire has England's highest school truancy rate

Yorkshire's truancy rates remain worst in England, despite more parents facing fines

YORKSHIRE’S truancy rates remain the highest in the country, despite an increasing number of parents being fined for failing to send their children to school.

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Curator Kelly Wainwright with a Chippendale Mirror dated 1778. Picture by Simon Hulme

How Hull’s craftsmen carved a niche from Chippendale originals

The most easterly of the Yorkshire celebrations to mark the 300th anniversary of the furniture maker Thomas Chippendale has been unveiled at Burton Constable, the Elizabethan country estate near Hull.

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A new scheme is being launched in Hull to help young people address mental health issues.

Gail Teasdale: A head start for vulnerable teenagers

MENTAL health issues in early teens, if not tackled early, can develop into more serious conditions, impacting on school attendance and results as well as opportunities in later life.

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Armed police were called to the Hotel Campanile in Beverley Road, Hull. Picture: Google

Trained negotiators and armed police deployed after two people held 'against will' in Hull hotel room

A 15-year-old boy has been arrested after two people were held 'against their will' in a hotel room in Hull.

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