Two East Yorkshire teenagers have been recognised by Her Majesty’s Lord Lieutenant for their outstanding service to the Cadet Forces.Copyright: RFCA Y&H
Harry Dyson and Ben Woollin, both 18, have been appointed the Lord Lieutenant’s Cadets of East Yorkshire – the highest honour which can be achieved by a Cadet in any of the forces
Harry, from Hessle, is a Cadet Sergeant with Humberside and South Yorkshire Army Cadet Force.
Ben, from Hornsea, is a Cadet Warrant Officer with Central and East Yorkshire Wing Air Training Corps.
They received their awards from Her Majesty's Lord Lieutenant of East Yorkshire, the Hon. Mrs Susan Cunliffe-Lister, at a special ceremony in Driffield.
Staff at Castle Hill Hospital's Queen's Centre say they've been overwhelmed by people's kindness following an appeal for the public to donate bottles of squash.
It is used to help patients in Cottingham drink enough water before treatment.
Well, you generous bunch have been donating in your hundreds - they've been inundated with the stuff!
In fact, you may have been a little too generous...
A Grimsby shop owner's been ordered to pay £1,435 in costs after 3,400 illicit cigarettes and 400g of hand-rolling tobacco were found in his shop.Copyright: Google
Trading standards officers found the cigarettes and tobacco, some of which were fake, in incorrect packaging at International Foods on Freeman Street.
Mariwan Osman Hassan, who's 32, pleaded guilty to six offences.
Developers have submitted plans for 525 homes and 80 retirement properties in Immingham.Copyright: Brocklseby Estate
According to the Local Democracy Reporting Service the plans by the Brocklseby Estate would see the housing development built at Highfield Farm off Stallingborough Road in the town.
A mix of housing would be provided, including two, three and four bedroom homes.
The site is allocated under the council's local plan which was unanimously adopted back in March by councillors in the region.
The developer said that the historic Highfield Farmhouse would be retained on the site, but the remaining five farm buildings would be demolished.
A decision on the proposal will be made by the council at a later date.
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Waiting for someone at Hull Paragon Station? This could be why they're late.
How do you build better flood protection without disrupting traffic on the banks of the River Hull?
A barge crane apparently!
Who knew there was even such a thing?
Recorded messages are being played at Hull Pier as a way of trying to reduce suicides amongst young people.
The "You are not alone" campaign encourages them to talk about their feelings as a way of reducing the stigma associated with mental health problems.
The poems and positive statements have been written and recorded by local youngsters:
Five people have been injured in a crash involving a pedestrian, a bus and a van in Cottingham.Copyright: BBC
It happened on Thwaite Street at about 12:20 when the bus hit the railway crossing barriers as well as the van and a person.
Their injuries are thought to be minor, but the road is closed and motorists are being advised to avoid the area.
Two men in a red vehicle are being hunted by police following an attack on a cash machine in Market Weighton early this morning.Copyright: BBC
Officers were called at about 04:10 following reports of a "large bang" at a newsagents in Market Place.
It is not known how much, if any, money was stolen, but Humberside Police say the offenders broke into the store in order to access the ATM.
One of the men is said to have worn a blue jacket and orange gloves. The other wore a black jacket.
Police are asking anyone who may have seen anything suspicious in the area over the past few weeks to come forward
Officers remain at the scene as investigations continue.Quote Message: Our investigation is in the very early stages but at this time we believe this to have been a targeted attack on the cash machine, with no risk to the wider public in the area. We’re now working with our colleagues in neighbouring forces to trace the men and the vehicle." from Det Insp Simon Vickers Humberside Police
The farming industry is reacting to the news that energy company Vivergo is to cease trading near Hull.Copyright: BBC
The Saltend plant uses wheat supplied by 900 farms across the Yorkshire region, and also produces animal feed used by dairy farmers.
Vivergo blame the Government for being too slow to introduce a new type of fuel, known as "E10" which is seen as more environmentally friendly and is being adopted by many other countries.
The Government says they are committed to supporting the biofuels industry and to reducing carbon emissions from transport to tackle climate change.Quote Message: It's come as a nasty shock. We expected they were closing down for maintenance. We've all this wheat we've got to look at where this is going to go now we've lost one of our main markets. I suspect in the short term there's going to be a shock reaction to it and prices might fall accordingly." from Keith Wells Farmer, DriffieldQuote Message: Like farmers across Yorkshire we can't stop feeding our cows protein, we have to get it from somewhere else. I try and supplement it through my own home grown feeds but the reality is I'm going to have to source this from elsewhere. There are other providers across the UK and overseas but of course bringing extra food from outside the area to here is going to cost me more." from Paul Tompkin Farmer, Market Weighton
Journalist, BBC Look North
This is McColl's newsagents in Market Weighton, a well-known shop on the High Street which is currently cordoned off by police after an incident in the early hours:Copyright: BBC
There were reports from local residents of an explosion at the site at about 04:00 - as well as claims an angle grinder had been used on the cash machine.
This morning, a couple of police cars and a scenes of crime van remain at the scene, with various officers in white paper suits going in and out of the newsagents conducting their investigations.
The cash machine itself seems to have been quite badly damaged, although it's still intact.
It remains in the shop, so I'm not entirely sure if the thieves got away with any money, but they have caused damage to the ATM.
There's a fair bit of traffic disruption here this morning and the police investigation is obviously continuing.
A plaque celebrating part of Hull's medieval history is set to be unveiled in the city this weekend.Copyright: BBC
The blue plaque will recognise Hessle Gate, which is now Humber Dock Street, which was once the most protected entrance to Hull.
The plaque will be unveiled on the side of Thieving Harry's on Saturday.
It's part of the Heritage Open Days event.
There have been reports of an "explosion" in Market Weighton early this morning.Copyright: David Forster
A cash machine on Market Place has been damaged, according to police.
The High Street was cordoned off for a time but the road has now reopened.
Officers remain at the scene and are appealing for information.