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  1. Video content

    Video caption: Relatives of WW1 Zeppelin crash victims make peace.

    Relatives of WW1 Zeppelin crash victims make peace.

  2. Crews bring fire under control in Hull

    A road remains closed following a fire at an outbuilding next to a church in Hull.

    Sun shines through plume of smoke

    Firefighters are damping down at the building belonging to St Wilfrid Church on the Boulevard.

    Humberside Fire and Rescue say they were called just before 13:00.

    Four pumps and 18 firefighters attended.

    The church has been unaffected by the blaze, which saw huge plumes of smoke cover the area.

  3. Gym's future up in the air due to Scampton closure

    The MP for Scunthorpe says he's going to be meeting with the government to discuss the future of a gym in Kirton in Lindsey which is linked to RAF Scampton.


    The facilities at Kirton in Lindsey are run by the Ministry of Defence, but there's concern the closure of the historic RAF base in 2022 could see them shut.

    Nick Dakin has said he's going to meet with the Secretary of State for Defense Gain Williamson to argue the case for it staying open for the community.

    Quote Message: The defense minister has promised to meet with me to hear the arguments directly. We want to make sure the Kirton in Lindsey community have maximum opportunity to access those resources." from Nick Dakin Scunthorpe MP
    Nick DakinScunthorpe MP
  4. Crews tackle fire in Hull church building

    Firefighters are tackling a blaze at a church building on the Boulevard in Hull.

    Aerial ladder and lots of smoke

    Humberside Fire and Rescue Service say four fire engines are at the scene trying to stop the fire spreading to the nearby St Wilfrid Catholic Church.

    Aerial ladder and lots of smoke

    The road is currently closed off and people are being asked to avoid the area.

  5. Farmers 'unsure what crops to grow' ahead of Brexit

    Some farmers are struggling to decide which crops to grow next year because they don't know how many farm workers they will have at their disposal, it's been claimed.

    A woman picks fruit in a field

    East Yorkshire farmer John Clappison, who employs up to 40 farm workers from EU countries each year, says it's a stressful situation.

    He says farmers need to make firm decisions on crops early in the new year.

    The government is still to announce what work permit rules will be in place for workers deemed to be unskilled.

  6. 'Avoid area' as Hull fire burns

    There's a major fire in a part of Hull at the moment.

    Humberside Fire and Rescue said the blaze is in the Boulevard area of the city.

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  7. More strike action on Northern trains before Christmas

    Train users in Yorkshire are facing more strike action on Northern services in the run-up to Christmas.

    Northern train

    The Rail and Maritime Union (RMT) has announced five more walkouts on Saturdays between 17 November and 15 December.

    A strike on Northern trains is already expected to go ahead tomorrow and Saturday 10 November in the long-running row over the role of guards.

    The company says there will be a significantly reduced service.

    You can find out which trains are running here.

  8. MP says people 'must have their say' on fracking

    Local communities must have a say on fracking issues, according to the East Yorkshire MP Sir Greg Knight.

    Lancashire fracking site

    The government is considering relaxing the planning rules around shale gas schemes, which would make it easier to for developers to carry out exploration work.

    MPs debated the issue in parliament this week.

    Conservative Sir Greg said communities should have more say about where fracking takes place.

  9. Bridlington campaigners want 'latte levy'

    The government should commit to a so-called "latte levy" to reduce the number of disposable coffee cups, according to environmental campaigners in Bridlington.

    A man makes a coffee

    The Chancellor rejected the proposal in this week's budget, but some MPs believe a 25p charge would encourage more customers to switch to reusable mugs.

    About 2.5bn coffee cups are thrown away every year in the UK.