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  1. Jansin Turgut: Ex-Hull FC player makes progress after fall

    The mother of former Hull FC player Jansin Turgut says he's "making remarkable progress" and remains stable on life-support in a Spanish hospital after suffering severe injuries following a fall from a car park.

    Jansin Turgut

    Writing on Twitter, Carole Butler said eight hours of orthopaedic surgery had gone well with facial surgery due on Monday and then hand surgery on Tuesday.

    She says all things being well, the 23-year-old rugby league player will be transported by air ambulance back home to an intensive care unit in the not too distant future.

    The rugby league player, who's contract with Salford Red Devils was terminated earlier this month, broke multiple bones when he fell from an airport car park in Ibiza on Sunday May 19.

  2. County lines number 'switched off' in force first

    A telephone number used by a suspected county lines gang has been blocked after officers applied for a court order.


    Humberside Police sy the number was being used by a gang operating from the Merseyside area to tip off drug users about where to buy crack cocaine and heroin in Grimsby

    As part of the force's Operation Hamilton, which aims to disrupt county lines and organised crime groups, a Drug Dealing Telecommunications Restriction Order has been granted to switch off the number so it can’t be used again.

    It’s the first time that such an order has been applied for by Humberside Police.

    Quote Message: Basically, this number was used as almost a ‘call centre’. Drug users would contact it to make arrangements to buy drugs and be directed where to attend and at what time, to meet with the dealer. This order stops that phone number being used or reactivated. Put simply if they can’t contact each other, they can’t deal drugs.” from Det Insp Phil Booker
    Det Insp Phil Booker
  3. Libby Squire: Police still trying to 'get justice'

    Detectives investigating the death of Hull student Libby Squire say they will do everything to "get justice" for her family.

    Libby Squire

    The 21-year-old's body was found in the Humber estuary on 20 March seven weeks after she was last seen on a night out on 1 February. Her death is being treated as "a potential homicide".

    A post-mortem examination was carried out at the time and police say "further tests have since been undertaken with results pending".

    Humberside Police have also been working with "search specialists as well as experts in forensics and oceanography" as the investigation continues.

    Speaking on the four month anniversary of her disappearance Det Supt Martin Smalley said: "I want to clearly and firmly state, the investigation is still very much active and we will do all we can to get justice for Libby and for her family who we continue to fully support."

  4. Court appearance after man hospitalised with stab wounds

    A man is due to appear in court in relation to a stabbing in Hull which left a man needing hospital treatment for his injuries.

    Police tape at the scene

    Andrew Kyle Reid is due before Hull Magistrates Court in connection with the incident which took place in Shannon Road, Hull, on 19 May.

    He is charged with causing grievous bodily harm with intent and possessing a knife in a public place.

    The 33-year-old, from Greenwich Avenue, Hull, has also been charged with two counts of possessing an offensive weapon in a public place, two counts of robbery and one count of burglary in relation to two separate incidents.

    A police car at the scene

    Humberside Police say another man wanted in connection with the Shannon Road incident has been arrested and released on conditional bail.

  5. 'Only a puncture'? Hull motorist's terrible tyre

    A driver who was pulled over by police in Hull told officers it was "only a puncture" when his tyre looked like this:

    A damaged tyre

    Humberside Police have shared the photograph on Twitter of the frayed and shredded tyre...or at least what was left of it.

    The motorist had been driving with his tyre in this condition for "some time", the driver said.

  6. Council rejects its own plans for new football pitches

    North East Lincolnshire Council has rejected its own plans for new football pitches in Grimsby.

    The planning meeting

    The council wanted to build two new artificial grass pitches - one stadium and one community pitch - as well as floodlights at the Bradley Football Development Centre.

    A total of 120 extra car parking spaces were also planned for the site.

    More than 460 people had written in support of the plans according, but Bradley Parish Council, along with 147 objectors, had raised concerns over noise, traffic, light pollution, anti-social behaviour and over-intensification of the site.

    Quote Message: This should encompass many kinds of sports not just football. However welcome this might be by supporters, it is not welcome to residents." from Councillor David Hasthorpe
    Councillor David Hasthorpe
  7. Train lines blocked at Bridlington due to signalling fault

    There's disruption to trains in Bridlington this morning due to a fault with the signalling system.

    Train operator Northern has warned that some lines are blocked and trains running through the station may be cancelled or delayed:

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  8. Watch: Friday's weather forecast

    Abbie Dewhurst

    Weather Presenter, BBC Look North

    There's the risk of an isolated light shower through the morning, but there'll be plenty of sunshine to follow this afternoon.

    Watch my full forecast here:

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    Video caption: Risk of an isolated light shower this morning, but there'll be plenty of sunshine later.
  9. Firearms stolen during burglary at East Yorkshire farm

    Police are investigating after firearms were stolen during a burglary at an East Yorkshire farm.

    Main Road, Newport

    Watches, a wedding ring and jewellery were also taken from buildings at the farm on Main Road in Newport, near Gilberdyke, during the burglary on the afternoon of Monday 20 May.

    Two men in a blue Ford Focus were reportedly seen acting suspiciously in the area at the time of the incident, according to police.

    Detectives say they want to hear from anyone who has seen the car or has any information about the burglary, the whereabouts of the two men or the stolen items.

  10. Yorkshire's weather: Light cloud and breezy

    BBC Weather

    A murky start with extensive low cloud. Just a risk of an isolated light shower through the morning.

    During the afternoon, the cloud will start to thin, with plenty of sunshine developing late on.

    A weather graphic
  11. Check your Yorkshire train journey

    BBC News Travel

    If you're making a journey on the rails in Yorkshire this Friday morning, most services appear to be running to time so far.


    • The 08:15 Hull to Beverley service is reported to be delayed
    • The 08:21 Leeds to Scarborough service has been cancelled

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

  12. Hull's Dark History Museum closes after just two months

    A museum celebrating Hull's "dark past," has closed after just two months due to lack of interest.

    The Dark History Museum

    The Dark History Museum opened on West Street in March, featuring live actors and exploring topics such as the plague.

    The people behind the attraction say they’ve made the tough decision following a lack of interest and rising overheads.

  13. East Yorkshire councillor in 'anti-Islam' tweet apology

    An East Yorkshire councillor has apologised after it was reported he'd compared Islam with Nazi bombing raids on Britain in a Twitter post.

    A Conservative Party rosette

    Nick Coultish, who was elected to the East Riding of Yorkshire Council for the first time earlier this month, "repeatedly made anti-Islam comments online," according to an article posted by BuzzFeed.

    The 21-year-old today issued an apology for "off the cuff comments I made years ago at the time of terrorist attack in the UK".

    In a statement, he said: "These comments were made before university at a low point for me, I was upset and grieving and trying to make sense of the lives lost.

    "My comments were wholly reactionary and unthoughtful, I was referring to radical Islamic extremism, of course, not real Muslims who are peaceful and live with British values.

    "I was young, not yet involved in politics in a big way and naive. I'm sorry for any confusion or any offence my historic tweets caused."

    Cllr Coultish, from Goole said he has since deleted the comments, which were posted in 2017, adding that they were not made "in a professional capacity".

    Earlier this week, the Muslim Council of Britain formally asked the UK's human rights watchdog to investigate accusations of Islamophobia in the Conservative Party.

  14. Kyle Edmund retires from French Open

    BBC Sport

    Kyle Edmund is out of the French Open after retiring during his second-round match against Uruguayan Pablo Cuevas because of a left knee injury.

    Kyle Edmund

    The British number one, 24, trailed 7-6 (7-3) 6-3 2-1 when he shook hands with world number 47 Cuevas.

    "You don't want to stop because you feel like you're quitting, but sometimes you have to," he said.

    Edmund, from Beverley, said he is managing a long-term problem, but believes he does not need surgery.

    "There have been a few times this year I have carried on and nothing got better and sometimes a bit worse," he added.

    "It won't need surgery right now. If it did I wouldn't be playing, I'd get it sorted straight away rather than delaying the inevitable."

  15. 'Colourful' funeral held for Hull lottery winner

    Mourners have dressed in rainbow colours at the funeral of lottery winner and LGBT campaigner Melissa Ede.

    Funeral cortege

    The 58-year-old, who won £4m on a lottery scratch card in 2017, died from a heart attack on the night of 11 May.

    Her coffin was carried in a horse-drawn carriage, adorned in the rainbow pride flag colours, to Chanterlands Avenue crematorium in Hull at about 12:30 BST.

    Arrangements for the funeral included a colourful dress code to celebrate "her extraordinary life".

    Melissa Ede
  16. Yorkshire's Thursday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    The morning will start cloudy, but should stay largely dry, with occasional drizzle.

    Cloud will break at times during the day with some spells of warm sunshine likely.

    Tonight should remain dry and mild:

    Weather graphic