By Gareth Vincent
BBC Sport Wales at the Liberty Stadium
Hull's LGBT+ celebrations will be headlined by one of the stars from RuPaul’s Drag Race, it's been confirmed.Copyright: Price in Hull
Alaska 5000, the runner-up in season five of the popular TV show, is the first act announced for Pride in Hull 2019.
The performer, described as "drag royalty," is set to appear at the free, unticketed event in Queens Gardens on Saturday 20 July.
A body part found in Grimsby is human and is part of a lower leg and foot, police have confirmed.Copyright: BBC
The discovery was made by a dog walker at about 06:45 yesterday on a path near the old railway track at Louth Road in New Waltham.
Officers and forensic experts attended and a cordon was immediately put in place while inquiries began at the scene.
Det Insp Rhodri Troake said the body part had been forensically examined and further detailed examinations and analysis will be carried out to identify the individual and establish the circumstances.Quote Message: A police cordon will remain in place over the few next days as detectives and forensic experts continue inquiries and we would ask people to please allow officers space and time to be able to progress the investigation." from Det Insp Rhodri Troake Humberside Police
A woman was found "in a very distressed state" on Beverley's Westwood last night after an incident which police are treating as a suspected sexual assault.Copyright: BBC
Police have issued a public appeal for information about the incident and say there may have been a lot of people around the area at the time after a meeting at the racecourse yesterday.
Officers found the woman in woodlands near the racecourse at about 17:00 on Thursday after reports of people being concerned for her safety.
The emergency services attended the scene and, following initial inquiries, police put up a cordon to preserve the scene.Copyright: BBC
The woman was "immediately given the appropriate support" by specialist officers and medical professionals as the investigation got under way, police say.
Det Ch Insp Craig Nicholson said: "Owing to the distressed state of the woman last night, we still need to carry out to further inquiries to find out the exact circumstances behind this."
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Protests are taking place outside some schools and hospitals in South and East Yorkshire today.Copyright: Google
They're part of a national campaign which well see demonstrations at schools and hospitals across the country.
GMB union members are taking action over claims catering staff employed by contractor ISS have been without pay for several weeks because of changes to their pay cycle.
Protests are being staged by union members outside Barnsley Hospital and at Winifred Holtby, Tweendykes and Kingswood schools in Hull.
A police guard remains at the scene in Grimsby where a human body part was found.Copyright: BBC
The discovery was made yesterday morning off a path in New Waltham and it's believed to be a lower leg.
The path is taped off and officers are searching the area between Station Road and the Peaks Parkway.
Some residents said they were now worried about walking through the area.
One said: "I usually walk by myself down there. There are usually other dog walkers and things, but it makes you worry."
Another said: "I'm shocked. You never think about anything like that."
With just under a week to go until the Tour de Yorkshire, tourism organisation Welcome to Yorkshire has defended the economic effect the race has on local businesses.Copyright: BBC
Each council has paid at least £100,000 to host this year's event and some businesses have questioned the financial benefits it's supposed to create for them.
One fish and chip shop in North Yorkshire, North Street Fisheries in Ripon (pictured), is closing for the day as its owners say they have lost money on "every event" as customers can't get to them.
Meanwhile, on the North York Moors, Fiona Gardham, who runs a B&B in Goathland, has told the BBC it would be full anyway because it's a bank holiday weekend, so the business sees no benefit.
Welcome to Yorkshire says last year's event benefited the region by £98m.
A Hull MP has asked why the government has not followed Australia in blocking its networks from using 5G technology provided by Huawei, the Chinese firm at the centre of a row over a high profile leak.Copyright: PA/Steve Parsons
Some countries fear Huawei is being used by the Chinese government to spy on people, and the US wants its allies in the "Five Eyes" intelligence grouping - which includes the UK - to exclude the company.
Last year, Huawei said the Australian government had banned it from providing 5G technology for the country's wireless networks.
Following a recent meeting of the National Security Council, it was reported the British government had approved the supply of equipment by Huawei for the UK's new 5G data network despite warnings of a security risk.
In the House of Commons yesterday, Labour MP for Hull North Diana Johnson questioned this move:
Responding, culture secretary Jeremy Wright said governments around the world were "wrestling with these very complex questions" and "we may reach differing conclusions".
He said conversations with security and intelligence partners would be taking place "very shortly" and "this is a subject I have no doubt will be high on the agenda".
A double-decker bus which has a gym, mobile boxing ring and smoothie bar on-board is to tour round East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.Copyright: Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner
Hull boxer Tommy Coyle came up with the idea of the Box Clever Bus.
He and his team will be working alongside partners from young peoples’ services to deliver sports activities, arts, craft, music, as well as offering advice on life choices.
The bus was unveiled during an event on Hull's Orchard Park estate and will visit Scunthorpe, Grimsby, Goole, Immingham, Bridlington and Withernsea over the next 12 months.
Electric cars are being completed ahead of a road race around the streets of Hull on Sunday.Copyright: BBC
The photographs show the single-seat electric kit cars.
They've been assembled by young people aged between nine and 25 as part of a project to encourage an interest in science, technology, engineering and mathematics.
On Sunday, the cars will take to the streets of Hull city centre and racing is due to start from 08:30.Copyright: BBC
Organisers of the event, taking place near the Guildhall, claim it is the UK's first closed road race for electric cars.
A largely clear and dry morning, with patchy cloud and long spells of sunshine.
Winds will strengthen and it will become cloudy, with outbreaks of rain spreading from the west during the afternoon.
Rain will continue in the evening and winds will become fresh to strong.Copyright: BBC
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