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  1. Live updates have finished on Monday 25 July 2016

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By Pritti Mistry

All times stated are UK

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Goodbye: Five things we learned today

Jonathan Willis

Local Live

Local Live has finished for today. We're back from 08:00 tomorrow.

In the meantime lets look back at five things we didn't know when we woke up this morning:

  • Four people have been charged after two police officers were injured during violence as Grimsby Town met Sheffield United for a pre-season match on Saturday.  
  • A man accused of murdering four men, including one from Hull, has also been charged with poisoning, rape and sexual assault.  
  •  People who look after public toilets in Cleethorpes could lose their jobs because of plans to clean them just once a day, according to trade union Unison. 
  • Hull City's new sponsorship deal with Kenyan online gambling company Sportpesa is thought to be worth £10m.
  • The number of people using the internet to rent out their spare rooms in Hull has risen 227% in 12 months, according to a travel website Airbnb.

BGT finalist Calum Scott performs homecoming gig

Laura Foster

BBC Look North

It's been just over a year since Calum Scott from Hull auditioned for one of the biggest shows in television, Britain's Got Talent.

His new single is climbing the charts and today he performed a special homecoming gig in Hull.

Callum Scott
BBC

Coming up on Look North

BBC Look North

East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

Campaign to allow people with disabilities better choices in education

BBC Radio Humberside

Young people with learning and physical disabilities from North East Lincolnshire are fighting for better rights to choose which college they go to. 

The 'right Not a Fight' campaign is being fought to get a better choice of suitable colleges because they say it's often the case they're not told about colleges out of the area where they live. 

Jack is a student at Linkage college in Grimsby and has been campaigning for his rights.

Students in North East Lincolnshire want more choice

Over 150 bikes stolen in June

Jonathan Willis

Local Live

In June this year, 157 bicycles were reported stolen with a combined estimated value of £47,095.   

Humberside Police say that in many case bikes were stolen after being left unlocked and on display in gardens.

They're launching a campaign to highlight the cost of bike theft. 

Cycle theft is too high in Humberside at present and I have tasked Community Policing Staff across the force to work in their neighbourhoods and raise awareness in cycle security.

Chief Inspector Iain DixonHumberside Police
Over 150 bikes stolen in June
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Your headlines this evening

Sophia Ewen

BBC Radio Humberside

Hull City news: Caretaker manager Mike Phelan speaks to Radio Humberside

BBC Humberside Sport

Hull City's caretaker manager Mike Phelan talked to David Burns about the departure of Steve Bruce from the club. 

Hull City caretaker manager Mike Phelan with the latest on Hull City.

Do you make the best jam in East Yorkshire?

Jonathan Willis

Local Live

Beverley Town Council wants people to enter this year's Yorkshire Local Food Awards. 

The closing date is Monday 1 August with judging taking place at Tickton Grange on Wednesday 17 August.

here are the categories:

local food awards
BBC

North Ferriby sign three new players

BBC Humberside Sport

New National League club North Ferriby United have added three new signings over the weekend. 

They include 22 year old former Sunderland youth player Connor Oliver. 

He has some Football League experience with Morercambe, Blackpool and Hartlepool United. 

Jordan Cooke and Taron Hare are also added to Steve Housham's squad.

North Ferriby United
BBC

Listen: Cheap bus service for summer holidays in North Lincolnshire

BBC Radio Humberside

For just £1 under 19's can get a bus around North Lincolnshire throughout the summer holidays. 

The CallConnect Service allows young people to travel to a whole range of places at low cost.

Councillor Rob Waltham says it will give young people in the county better access

Under 19's can travel for £1 over summer holidays

Listen: Could more bus lane cameras be installed in Hull?

BBC Radio Humberside

Hull City Council is considering putting in extra bus lane cameras at sites which are already partially covered by them: Anlaby Road, Beverley Road, Holderness Road, Spring Bank and Witham.

Doug Sharpe, assistant city manager for open spaces at Hull City Council,  says cameras do work...

Doug Sharpe from Hull City Council says cameras do work:

Tigers sponsorship deal 'worth £10m'

Matt Dean

BBC Radio Humberside

Hull City's new sponsorship deal with Kenyan online gambling company Sportpesa is thought to be worth £10m, the BBC understands.

New #hcafc Sportpesa sponsorship deal believed to be worth £10million for the next three seasons.

Council votes on further cuts to jobs and services

Hull City Hall
BBC

Hull councillors will decide today whether to move forward with plans to make £8m of savings over the next year.

It involves cutting up to 600 jobs, reviewing the way people with disabilities are cared for and closing all but one of the council's customer care centres. 

The city council's cabinet has been recommended to approve the plans.

Steve Bruce

Ex-Hull boss Steve Bruce thanks fans for their "unwavering" support but says he left "for the sake of the club".

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Footage of the disorder has been caught on camera by a member of the public
Footage of the disorder has been caught on camera by a member of the public

Weather: Rain or shine?

Abbie Dewhurst

Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

It's going to be a rather cloudy this afternoon but mostly dry with a risk of the odd shower. 

The temperature will reach 21C ( 70F) and there'll be a moderate westerly wind. 

Weather graphic
BBC

East Coast trains strike ballot

Virgin East Coast train
BBC

Staff at Virgin East Coast trains will vote this week on whether to take strike action.

The RMT union says the company is trying to "bulldoze through" job cuts and changes to terms and conditions. Virgin, which runs services across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire, says it's puzzled by the union's decision.

Watch:Today's forecast

Here's Paul Hudson with the forecast for the rest of today and looking ahead to later in the week.

with Paul Hudson

Your headlines this afternoon

Sophia Ewen

BBC Radio Humberside

Here are the top stories from the newsroom:  

Police seek banning orders for Grimsby Town football disorder suspects

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

Humberside Police says it's seeking banning orders for those involved in the disorder after Grimsby Town's pre-season match with Sheffield United on Saturday afternoon.

The force says the order will be prevent suspects from attending future matches in the UK and abroad. 

Four people have been charged with offences including assault, affray and public order offences after officers were hurt when "missiles" were thrown towards them.

Quite frankly this sort of behaviour is not acceptable and will not be tolerated. Football matches should be friendly sporting events that families can attend and enjoy. We will not allow the minority of people to spoil such occasions and will continue to work with the football clubs in our area to tackle the thugs intent on committing violence and disruption.

Supt David HallMatch commander at Humberside Police

Surge in spare room rentals in Hull, says website

BBC Radio Humberside

The number of people using the internet to rent out their spare rooms in Hull has risen 227% in 12 months, according to a travel website.

Queens Gardens
BBC

AirBnB, which allows homeowners to rent their space and connect them with travellers looking for accommodation, says more people than ever are using the service to visit the city with nearly an 80% increase in visitors to the region.  

Cleethorpes toilet caretaker jobs 'at risk', says union

Sophia Ewen

BBC Radio Humberside

People who look after public toilets in Cleethorpes could lose their jobs because of plans to clean them just once a day, a union fears.

Unison says the proposal by Superclean, which employs the staff and is contracted by the local authority to do the work, comes because it's being paid less by North East Lincolnshire Council and there'll be serious consequences for the cleaners.

Councillor Matthew Patrick says he shares Unison's concerns and plans to speak to the firm.

CCTV footage of Grimsby Town pre-season game disorder 'being examined'

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

More news on the disorder at Grimsby Town pre-season match with Sheffield United on Saturday afternoon.

Humberside Police says it's examining footage taken from CCTV and its helicopter cameras to trace those involved in violence.

Four people have been charged after officers were hurt when "missiles" were thrown at them following the game at Blundell Park.

The force said an investigation was underway.

Appeal over boy, 15, hit by car in Grimsby

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

More on the story about a 15-year-old boy who was hit by a car in Grimsby.

Police are appealing for witnesses after the child and two other pedestrians were struck on Welholme Road at about 20:40 BST on Friday.

Officers say they are trying to trace the driver of a dark coloured hatchback car, which was seen close to the vehicle that was involved in the crash just before the incident.

A 24-year-old man was arrested on suspicion of driving offences and has been bailed pending further enquiries.

The child suffered serious injuries but the two other pedestrians were unhurt.

More poison charges for serial killings suspect

BBC News England

A man accused of murdering four men, including one from Hull, has also been charged with poisoning, rape and sexual assault.

Stephen Port
JULIA QUENZLER

Stephen Port, 41, from Barking, east London, was charged with four counts of murder last year but the new allegations relate to eight living complainants.

Anthony Walgate, 23, from Hull, was a fashion and design student at Middlesex University and had been living in Barnet. He was found dead on Cooke Street, London, in June 2014.

Mr Port, who is accused of drugging and murdering Mr Walgate and three other men he met on gay websites, has pleaded not guilty to all the charges.

Four charged after disorder at Grimsby Town pre-season game

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

Four people have been charged after two police officers were injured during violence as Grimsby Town met Sheffield United for a pre-season match on Saturday.

Humberside Police said the officers were hurt when "missiles" were thrown towards them in Cleethorpes during the game at Blundell Park.

The four are due to attend court after being charged with assault, affray and public order offences.

Two others held for the same offences have been released on bail pending further enquiries.

The force said further arrests were expected.

Boy, 15, seriously injured after being hit by car in Grimsby

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

A man has been arrested after a 15-year-old boy and two other pedestrians were hit by a car in Grimsby.

The child suffered serious injuries after he was struck on Welholme Road, near Hainton Avenue, at about 20:40 BST on Friday. Two accompanying pedestrians escaped injury, Humberside Police said.

A 24-year-old man was held on suspicion of a number of driving offences and has been bailed pending further enquiries.

Welholme Road
Google

Calls for Cleethorpes pub closures during football matches

There are calls for some pubs in Cleethorpes to be closed during Grimsby Town football matches. 

Football on Blundell Park pitch
PA

The campaign comes after six people were arrested during trouble as the Mariners met Sheffield United for a pre-season match on Saturday afternoon. 

A police officer was injured when bottles were thrown towards him. Pubs around Blundell Park were temporarily shut between 17:00 and 19:00 BST. 

Bob Callison, from Cleethorpes in Bloom, says he wants to keep the resort "family friendly".

Scunthorpe pool closed - due to flooding

The swimming pools at The Pods in Scunthorpe have been closed for the time being. 

North Lincolnshire Council says it's because of a flood in the plant room.

Our pools are temporarily closed due to a flood in our plant room. Apologies for any inconvenience caused!

Witness appeal over fatal A18 crash

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

More on the A18 Scunthorpe crash in which a woman has died.

Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after the 33-year-old was killed when the car she was travelling in collided into a central island and some street furniture at the junction of the A18 and Brigg Road at 01:40 BST today.

A 23-year-old man, the driver of the car, has been arrested on suspicion of driving over the prescribed alcohol limit and is in custody.

Officers have asked for anyone with information to phone their incident line on 101.

Policeman
PA

Tigers announce club's official sponsor

BBC Humberside Sport

The Tigers have signed a three year deal with Sport Pesa, a Kenyan online gambling company. 

Hull City says it's the most lucrative sponsorship deal it's ever had. 

As part of the agreement, the club will travel to Kenya at some point in the future to play a game.

Appeal to save one of largest Roman hoards in Yorkshire

Pritti Mistry

BBC Local Live

An appeal's been launched to save one of the largest Roman hoards ever found in the north of England.

More than 1,800 Roman coins dating back to 307AD were discovered by a metal detectorist near Wold Newton, East Yorkshire, in 2014.

Roman coin
Yorkshire Musuem

Yorkshire Museum in York says it needs to raise £44,000 to keep the coins in public hands.

We hope to now save the hoard to make sure it stays in Yorkshire for the public to enjoy but also so we can learn more about this fascinating period as well as why it was buried and to whom it might have belonged.

Andrew WoodsCurator of numismatics at the Yorkshire Museum

Your headlines this morning

Natalie Glanvill

Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

Here are top stories from across the region so far this morning:  

  • Woman dies in A18 Crash in Scunthorpe
  • The number of people using the internet to rent their spare rooms out has risen 227% in 12 months
  • North East Lincolnshire is once again one of the areas with the highest teenage pregnancy rates in the country

Woman dies after crash in Scunthorpe

Pritti Mistry

BBC News Online

A woman has been killed after a crash on the A18 in Scunthorpe.

The 33-year-old victim, who was a passenger, died after the car she was travelling in collided into "a central island and street furniture" at the junction of the A18 and Brigg Road at 01:40 BST, said Humberside Police.

A 23-year-old man, the driver of the car, has been arrested on suspicion of driving over the prescribed alcohol limit and is in custody.

Weather: Is it a brolly or suncream?

A bright start for some of us in East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire. There are variable amounts of cloud around this morning but feeling much fresher. 

Overall, it's not a bad day. We should see some brighter skies and sunny spells. It will feel pleasantly warm in some areas with highs of up to 21 deg C (70F). 

However, we are at risk of one or two isolated, patchy showers.

Abbie Dewhurst with Monday's weather

Travel update: Accident on A18 in Scunthorpe

BBC Travel

Motorists are facing delays on the A18 in Scunthorpe because of a serious accident on the roundabout.

The road has been closed at the A1029 Brigg Road junction while an investigation and recovery work are taking place.

Good morning: Join us for today's live coverage

Pritti Mistry

BBC Local Live

Good morning and welcome to our live coverage on Monday 25 July.

I'll be bringing you the latest news, sport, travel and weather for East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire. 

It's the first day of the school holidays!! If you've got a story or a picture of the region to share then please get in touch.