Siemens announces a £200m investment to build a train manufacturing plant in Goole.Read more
Bristol based aerospace giant, Airbus, says it has formed a partnership with Rolls Royce and Siemens, in order to develop hybrid-electric engines for commercial aircraft.
Both airlines and EU policymakers are keen to develop hybrid aeroplanes, because they could potentially have much lower running costs than traditional models, as well as being cleaner and quieter.
The goal is to have an aircraft, using the technology, in the air by 2020.
The Queen has visited Hull as part of the City of Culture celebrations.
BBC Local Live
Anne is only the 4th student from her special school to get a paid job in the past 20 years.
She's one of a number of young people with special educational needs and disabilities who's been involved in a unique programme at the Siemens wind turbine factory.
The company have also just revealed their new name - Siemens Gamesa.
The long term project aims to help the students go from work placements, to internships, to paid employment.
The scheme began back in January and Anne is the first student to get a permanent job.