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  1. 'Shameful in the extreme': Judge on drink driver who left boy for dead
  2. Tougher sentencing call from family of hit-run victim
  3. Hull North MP Diana Johnson praised for work on contaminated blood scandal
  4. 'Gannet bonanza' on East Yorkshire's coast
  5. All change as Hull parking charge proposals revealed
  6. Updates on Friday 14 July 2017

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By Jonathan Willis

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  1. Our live coverage across the day

    Jonathan Willis

    BBC Local Live

    We're back from 08:00 on Monday with more news from around the area.

    Before we go here's five things we've learned today:

    Wishing everyone a wonderful weekend.

  2. Watchdog wants to hear from unpaid carers

    Vicky Johnson

    BBC Look North

    Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire is conducting research into carers in the East Riding.

    watchdog wants to hear from unpaid carers

    In the coming weeks, HWERY will be out with a questionnaire, the survey is open to all East Riding residents who are an unpaid carer.

    People can also fill in a survey online

    Quote Message: Unpaid carers often have their needs forgotten about, Healthwatch want to make sure that we collect every individuals view as it will help paint a picture as to what the needs are for unpaid carers and what local services can do to help. from Matthew Fawcett Healthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire (HWERY)
    Matthew FawcettHealthwatch East Riding of Yorkshire (HWERY)
  3. Super League: Leeds Rhinos v Hull FC

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Leeds Rhinos welcome back centre Jimmy Keinhorst after 15 games out with a hand injury for the meeting of second against fourth in Super League.

    Jimmy Keinhorst has not played for Leeds since April

    Hull FC are without stand-off Albert Kelly, who picked up a calf injury in the defeat at St Helens.

    Jake Connor deputises for the Black and Whites, who have lost their last two games and are three points behind their opponents.

    Leeds are unbeaten in the last seven meetings between the two sides, who face each other again in the semi-finals of the Challenge Cup on Saturday, 29 July.

  4. The weekend's weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    This evening it will be dry with sunny intervals. Cloud will increase overnight with periods of rain or drizzle on the Pennine hills.

    On Saturday it will often be cloudy with outbreaks of rain, occasionally heavy.

    Sunday will be the best day of the weekend, being pleasantly warm and sunny.

    Weahter Forecast
  5. Council chief will also run health group

    Vicky Johnson

    BBC Look North

    Its been described as a groundbreaking appointment.

    The Chief Executive of North East Lincolnshire Council, Rob Walsh will also become of the boss of the local Clinical Commissioning Group

    Rob Walsh

    CCGs are usually clinically-led NHS bodies, responsible for the planning and commissioning of health care services for their local area.

    Mr Walsh says that by bringing the two organisations closer together, this will help improve local health and social care services

  6. Family of secure unit victim speak out

    Katy Austin

    BBC Look North

    The family of Robert McNeill, who was killed during an attack by another patient at Great Oaks Hospital in Scunthorpe, have released a statement.

    Jamie Reed, 26, had admitted manslaughter on diminished responsibility, but was found not guilty of murder.

    In a statement Robert McNeill's family said they were pleased that Reed would remain detained in either prison or hospital.

    Quote Message: The person Rob was has not been mentioned very much during this trial. Although he didn’t have an easy life, Rob was a very generous, caring, and kind-hearted man. He was deeply loved and we miss him every single day. Rob was vulnerable, slight of build, and unable to protect himself against a larger, younger and stronger attacker. from Carl Richardson & Nicky
    Carl Richardson & Nicky
  7. Judge calls for sentencing review after hit-and-run case

    Kate Sweeting

    Reporter, BBC Look North

    The judge who sentenced a drunk hit-and-run driver says he will write to the government to ask them to review the sentencing guidelines.

    Kiernan Roberts was left for dead

    Owen Finn, 64, was sentenced to three years in jail after he left teenager Kiernan Roberts for dead after knocking him off his bike. Kiernan has been left with life changing injuries.

    Judge Jeremy Richardson has call Finn's behaviour 'shameful in the extreme.'

    In summing up the judge said he would liked to have given a longer jail sentence, but because of restrictions in the law, it was the harshest he could give.

    He will be writing to the government, in the hope that the law could one day be changed.

  8. Booking a holiday? Why not try the Costa Del Wiv

    Kofi Smiles

    BBC Face of Hull 2017

    The artist behind this installation hopes to convince people that Withernsea is "one of the UK's best kept secrets".

    Video content

    Video caption: Withernsea is "one of the UK's best kept secrets", according to artist Richie Culver.
  9. Watch: Hit-and-run victim's family speaks out

    Kate Sweeting

    Reporter, BBC Look North

    Owen Finn, aged 64, has been jailed for three years and banned from driving for 11 after he left teenager Kiernan Roberts for dead when he knocked him off his bike with his car.

    Finn was over the drink-drive limit.

    Kiernan Roberts' sister, Katrina McLane, read out a statement on behalf of the family outside Hull Crown Court following the sentencing.

    Video content

    Video caption: Kiernan Roberts' sister says the family have been torn apart after he was left for dead
  10. Leeds family spend four hours finding lost car

    Staff at a shopping centre spent four hours helping a Leeds family track down their car after they had forgotten where it was parked.

    Carmen Railton

    The family, from Leeds, arrived for their daughter's graduation in Hull on Wednesday and parked in a rush.

    As reported in the Hull Daily Mail, they approached St Stephen's staff Carmen Railton and Ebrima Touray after spending an hour looking for their car.

    The vehicle was eventually found at the King William car park.

    Quote Message: They said they knew the car was in a pay and display car park, which was £2.50 all day and closed at 18:30." from Carmen Railton
    Carmen Railton
  11. No signings expected for the Iron during pre-season tour

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Scunthorpe United are not expecting to bring any new signings in during their pre-season trip to Austria.

    Graham Alexander

    The Iron fly out tomorrow ahead of two friendlies against Austrian opposition as part of their summer training camp.

    Manager Graham Alexander says it's unlikely they'll sign anyone whilst they're out:

    Quote Message: It will be difficult while we are in Austria, unless it's a player we know. If it is someone we know then these sort of deals can be done while we're away. We just have to stay patient. We're not far short of where we want to be. from Graham Alexander Scunthorpe United
    Graham AlexanderScunthorpe United
  12. Mental health patient found not guilty of murder

    Katy Austin

    BBC Look North

    A man accused of murdering a fellow mental health patient has been found not guilty of murder.

    The incident happened at Great Oaks

    Jamie Reed, 26, had admitted manslaughter by diminished responsibility, but denied murder.

    Robert McNeill, 60, died at Great Oaks Hospital in Scunthorpe on 16 January.

    During the trial, the court heard Mr McNeill was left with multiple injuries to his face, head, back and neck after a "frenzied assault" by Mr Reed.

  13. Your headlines this lunchtime

    Caroline Brockelbank

    BBC Local Live

  14. Students prepare for 'kit car' competition

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Hundreds of students from across the region have been taking part in an engineering project to build a 'kit-car'.

    Project Blyth aims to inspire young people to take up a career in engineering or the sciences.

    Around 60 hand built electric kit cars will be raced around the KCOM stadium in Hull this Sunday to mark the end of the project.

    Beverley High school has already been practicing.

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  15. Tougher sentencing call from family of hit-run victim

    Kate Sweeting

    Reporter, BBC Look North

    Sixteen-year-old Kiernan Roberts was left for dead in October last year when Owen Finn, 64, knocked him off his bike.

    Kiernan Roberts was left with life changing injuries

    Kiernan was discovered by a passer-by after the incident near Elloughton. He had suffered life-changing injuries which required emergency surgery.

    Kiernan Roberts

    Upon hearing that Owen Finn had been sentenced to three years in jail and banned for driving for 11, Kiernan's family told reporters that their family had been torn apart as they watched their beloved boy fighting for his life.

    Quote Message: It is unfortunate the law does not allow for harsher sentencing for this offence. The sentencing guidelines do not come close to reflecting the pain and suffering Kiernan and our family have endured. from Katrina McLane Kiernan's sister
    Katrina McLaneKiernan's sister
  16. Labour leader praises Diana Johnson for her work on contaminated blood scandal

    Tim Iredale

    Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    The Labour leader Jeremy Corbyn has praised Diana Johnson for her work in getting a UK wide inquiry for those affected by the contaminated blood scandal.

    He sent this tweet:

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  17. Children asked to relive flooding experince

    Jill Archbold

    BBC Look North

    Children in North Lincolnshire have been sharing their experiences of what it's like to be evacuated from their homes because of flooding.

    flooding in North Lincolnshire

    It's hoped that by talking about the impact it had on their lives, this will help the emergency services reshape how they respond in the future.

    More than a third of pupils at South Ferriby School were evacuated from their homes after the 2013 tidal surge.