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Jacob Miller

Wakefield Trinity confirm their place in the Super 8s with a 12-try victory over Hull FC, meaning reigning champions Leeds must go to the Qualifiers.

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Severe disruption: M62 East Yorkshire westbound

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M62 East Yorkshire westbound severe disruption, between J38 for A63 and J37 for A63.

M62 East Yorkshire - One lane closed on M62 westbound in East Riding of Yorkshire between J38, A63 (North Cave) and J37, A63 (Howden), because of a vehicle fire. Traffic is coping well.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Severe disruption: M62 East Yorkshire westbound

BBC News Travel

M62 East Yorkshire westbound severe disruption, between J38 for A63 and J37 for A63.

M62 East Yorkshire - One lane closed on M62 westbound in East Riding of Yorkshire between J38, A63 (North Cave) and J37, A63 (Howden), because of a vehicle fire. Traffic is coping well.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Mike Cooper

Warrington Wolves go third in Super League with a win at Hull KR that consigns the hosts to a place in The Qualifiers.

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Your Lincolnshire headlines

Our top stories from our Lincolnshire newsroom today include:

Hessle Road retail institution to close

It's the end of an era for this well known shop in Hull.

Shop front

After 128 years trading on the corner of Coltman Street and Hessle Road, the Premier Work & Leisure Wear store is closing down tomorrow.

The business is thought to be the first in the UK to sell Wrangler jeans.

The rise of internet shopping has been blamed for its demise.

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Main Street, Buckton

David Palmer was suspected of murdering his partner who had killed herself after the pair argued.

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Power cut in Scunthorpe

Around 160 premises in the Scunthorpe area are experiencing a power cut this afternoon.

Map of the area affected

Northern Powergrid say they don't expect to have the supply fully restored until late this evening.

Postcode areas DN2,DN3,DN32,DN7 are affected.

Bus saved by lobbying locals

A popular East Riding bus service has been saved by a group of villagers.

EYMS bus

Around 300 people attended a meeting after East Yorkshire Motor Services announced earlier this year that they were planning to scrap the 18 bus which connects Holme upon Spalding Moor, and nearby villages, with York.

After villagers lobbied to keep it, East Riding Council has now agreed to double the subsidy it provides to allow the service to continue.

Field on fire in North Lincolnshire

There's a large field fire in the North Lincolnshire village of Roxby.

Map showing Roxby in North Lincolnshire

Humberside Fire and Rescue Service say they have six fire crews there.

They're advising people to avoid the area.

More flood protection for Hull homes

A proposed Hull flood scheme has been given an extra £3.7m to better protect communities from flooding.

Flooded estate in Hull during 2007

The Holderness Drain Flood Alleviation Scheme will reduce flood risk to more than 800 homes, predominately in the Bransholme and Sutton areas of Hull.

Wide areas of Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire were particularly badly affected by flooding in June 2007.

There are 139,992 homes and businesses at risk of flooding across the city, the highest number in a single urban area outside London.

Summer meadows replace parched grass verges in Hull

Wildflower meadows have sprung up alongside roads all over Hull!

Wild flowers on a large verge

This one on Bransholme is buzzing with bees and butterflies.

So much nicer than a parched grass verge!

They're the result of a new initiative by Hull City Council promoting biodiversity and reducing flood risk.

Extra funding to protect homes against flooding

The Enviornment Agency is to spend £1.9m helping to prevent flooding in South Ferriby.

View of flooding along the Humber from the police helicopter
Humberside Police

Almost 130 properties and 1,000 hectares of land were flooded in December 2013.

It's hoped the scheme will protect 144 homes and over 5,000 hectares of agricultural land by 2021.

It's one of 13 flood schemes which will benefit from a total of £40m of investment.

A large part of the A1077, which runs through South Ferriby, will be better protected as a result of this scheme. As a key economic artery between Scunthorpe and Hull, better protection for the A1077 will secure existing businesses and jobs and stimulate economic growth in local communities.”

Mike DugherHumber manager for the Environment Agency

Poskus death: Woman charged with assisting offender

A 42-year-old woman has appeared in court charged with assisting an offender in connection with the death of a Lithuanian man in Hull last month.

Police cordon off a grassed area near Dane Park Road in Hull

Janina Milieskiene, 42, of Peel Street, Hull, appeared before the city's magistrates earlier and was given conditional bail.

Ms Milieskiene is to make her first appearance at the city's crown court on 24 July.

Rolandas Poskus, 52, was found dead on a grassed area on Dane Park Road on 15 June.

Two men Stanislovas Bozys, 28, and 23-year-old Mantas Pundzius, both of Hull, are charged with Mr Poskus' murder.

The men are due to stand trial in Hull on 3 December.

Power cut in Hull

A large power cut has affected around 1,700 properties in the Avenues area of Hull today.

Map of affected properties

Humberside Fire & Rescue say it's due to an incident at an electricity substation.

Northern Powergrid says most of the supply has been restored but is advising customers to reset trip switches if their electricity is not back on.

Severe disruption: M180 Lincolnshire eastbound

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M180 Lincolnshire eastbound severe disruption, between J4 for A15 and J5 for Barnetby Interchange.

M180 Lincolnshire - One lane closed on M180 eastbound between J4, A15 (Scawby) and J5, Barnetby (Barnetby Top), because of a lorry having a tyre changed. Traffic is coping well.

To report traffic and travel incidents dial 0330 123 0184 at any time

Officers appeal for help to find family

Do you know the family of Robert Andrews in Grimsby?

Diana Princess of Wales Hospital in Grimsby

The 53-year-old, who lived on Bodiam Way, died at the Diana Princess of Wales Hospital on 2 July.

Humberside Police are still trying to trace his relatives.

Love Island: 'Like being in a posh prison'

Former Love Island contestant Zara Holland, from Hull, has spoken about being on the programme and how it has impacted her health.

Zara Holland

The former Miss Great Britain describes herself as thick-skinned but says it was a tough experience.

Zara says she is on anti-depressants and has been seeing a psychiatrist as a result.

Students use science skills to defeat doomsday asteroid

A team of students saved Earth from a doomsday disaster – and met astronaut Tim Peake as their reward!

Ron Dearing UTC students Nathan Tennison, Ellie Colclough and Adam Meese with astronaut Major Tim Peake
Ron Dearing UTC

Three Ron Dearing University Technical College (UTC) students, Nathan Tennison, Ellie Colclough and Adam Meese, demonstrated out-of-this-world maths and physics skills to prevent an asteroid apocalypse.

The 17-year-olds were named as finalists in the national UTC Space Tech Challenge for their project which was based on a real scenario when scientists discovered in 2004 that an asteroid had a 2.7% possibility of hitting Earth in a cataclysmic impact in 2029.

The students worked out the sophisticated maths and physics needed to change its trajectory.

Big dreams from pupils heading to big school

Primary school pupils in Hull, who are about to move up to secondary, have left this mural behind to inspire future generations.

A line of pupils with their arms up standing in front of their Dream Big mural

Backed by Hull Children's University, 46 children at Priory Primary worked with creative agency Pace to come up with their own design and paint it on an outside wall next to the school's playing field.

Pupils hope their "Dream Big" message will help younger children believe in themselves.

Meet the Tour's best dressed areas

Hornsea, Ilkley and Kippax have all won best dressed awards for their decorating efforts during this year's Tour de Yorkshire.

Decorated bike in Hornsea

It was the first time Hornsea had featured on the Tour de Yorkshire route.

The resort went to town with a host of imaginative creations to celebrate the opening day of action.

It was rewarded with the Best Dressed Town honour.

We’re absolutely thrilled to have won and we can’t quite believe it to be honest!"

Sally RichardsonHornsea representative
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Ilkley was Best Dressed host location and Kippax won Best Dressed village.

Dominic Woolnough, representing Kippas said the "hard work" was worth it.

"People were saying things like 'I've lived in Kippax for 60 years and never seen this level of community spirit' - so that was great."

Siemens workers suspended for watching World Cup

Employees at Siemens in Hull have been suspended after its claimed they left work to watch England play in the World Cup semi-final match.

Siemens Gamesa turbine factory in Hull

It's thought the workers weren't being paid at the time the game was played during their night shift.

Siemens says 14 employees have been suspended pending an investigation.

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy can confirm that 14 employees have been suspended on full pay pending the outcome of investigations into potential breaches of health and safety rules. Three agency workers were released and their agency has applied its own policies to manage any allegations."

Siemens Gamesa Renewable Energy

Second arrest in Cleethorpes murder inquiry

Police investigating the death of a man in Cleethorpes have arrested a 44-year-old man.

Crime scene on Sidney Street

The body of Shaun Lyall was found on Sidney Street earlier this week.

A 33-year-old woman was arrested in connection with the incident yesterday.

Police have again appealed for anyone with information to come forward, and say a number of calls so far have given them key information.

Forensic work being carried out at the property is expected to last several days.

Immingham's got flower power

Immingham in Bloom have won a gold medal at the RHS Tatton Park Flower Show.

Immingham in Bloom

They won gold for their 'flower power' bed.

Commissioner's 'caution' over crime figures

The Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter says figures showing a 15% increase in violent crime should be treated with caution.

Police tape

The force says crime it recorded increased slightly less than the national average, and there was a 9% fall in drugs offences.

Mr Hunter says it's hard to draw conclusions from the Office for National Statistics data.

The government and her Majesty's Inspector of Constabulary between them have changed the way police record crime every year for about the past decade. Therefore, trying to draw any conclusion from these numbers, you would need to be a statistician and have some great analysis to define anything from this."

Keith HunterHumberside Police and Crime Commissioner

Prisoners taught how to program computers

Prisoners in East Yorkshire are to be taught specialist IT and computer skills, which the government says will give them a better chance of finding a future job.

HMP Humber

Inmates at HMP Humber are the only prisoners in Europe being taught the specialist IT skills.

The Minister for Digital and the Creative Industries is visiting the prison today.

It's hoped the new training will reduce the likelihood of them re-offending.

Yorkshire weather: Sunshine and cloud

It'll be a mainly dry and fine morning with spells of sunshine, but cloud is expected to start to thicken towards midday.

This afternoon will be rather cloudy with some showery rain expected later.

Weather graphic

Check your Yorkshire train journey

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If you're making a journey on the rails in Yorkshire today most services appear to be running to time at the moment.

For all the latest live updates from the county's main railway stations, click on the links below:

Stalking reports treble as prosecution rates fall

There's been a big increase in the number of people reporting to police they'd been stalked in the Yorkshire and the Humber area over the past four years.

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There were 129 stalking offences in Yorkshire and the Humber in 2015, but last year the number rose to more than 1,000.

The number of recorded stalking offences has trebled in England and Wales since 2014 - but prosecution rates have plunged, figures show.

It comes after a report a year ago found police were putting victims at risk by not investigating or recording complaints correctly.

Love island mum of Zara Holland says abuse is heartbreaking
Cheryl Hakeney says if she could go back in time she'd tell her daughter Zara Holland not to go on the show.
Inside Love Island: 'Like being in a posh prison'
Former contestant Zara Holland talks about being on the show and how the experience impacted her health.

Increase in violent crime

There's been a 15% increase in the number of violent crimes recorded by Humberside Police between March 2017 and March 2018.

Police officers walking away

The figures are from the Office for National Statistics and also show a fall of 9% in drugs offences and a 5% fall in possession of offensive weapons.

Humberside Police says the 12% increase in overall recorded crime is slightly less than the national average.

Nationally, there continues to be an increase in overall recorded crime figures... As outlined in the report earlier this week, some of this is due to improvements that have been made in the way forces record crime. It also suggests that more victims are confident enough to come forward and this is something we welcome."

ACC Chris NobleHumberside Police
Parents hold picnic protest

Parents say a number of students are excluded form the party after being off school due to illness.

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Grimsby teenager arrested after rooftop incident

A 13-year-old boy has been arrested on suspicion of affray and criminal damage after he took to a roof on Convamore Road in Grimsby.

Police were called at 14:15 because a teenager was reported to be in the street with a knife.

Once police arrived he took to the roof of a nearby property but he has now come down.

Earlier this afternoon a woman and a teenager were also arrested in connection with the incident.

Our priority was to bring this incident to a close as quickly as possible, without anyone being hurt and with minimal disruption to the wider community."

Chf Ins Jenny BristowHumberside Police

Parents and pupils protest over party ban

Protest after pupils without a a 100% attendance record were banned from a school party.