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  1. Arctic Corsair to be moved for first time in 20 years

    Hull's Arctic Corsair museum ship is to be moved for the first time in 20 years as it goes to a new temporary home.

    The Arctic Corsair

    Next month, the last surviving sidewinder fishing trawler will be berthed at Alexandra Dock as part of the Environment Agency's £60m River Hull flood defence scheme and the council's Maritime City project.

    The Arctic Corsair will undergo restoration and then be moved to a permanent home in a dry dock at North End Shipyard where it will take center stage in a new maritime visitor attraction.

  2. Police officer attacked by prisoner at Hull hospital

    A police officer has suffered injuries to her face and head after being assaulted by a prisoner she was guarding at Hull Royal Infirmary.

    Hull Royal Infirmary

    A member of the public had to intervene in the incident at the weekend to help prevent the officer suffering further injuries.

    The Humberside Police Federation, which represents staff, says it’s appalled by the case.

  3. Former Hull soldier to travel Hadrian's Wall in wheelchair

    An ex-soldier from Hull who left the army due to health problems is planning to travel the length of Hadrian's Wall on a specialist wheelchair to raise money for his former regiment.

    Hadrian's Wall near Busy Gap

    Tony Hart wants to pay back the cost of the £10,000 wheelchair bike which the Royal Tank Regiment helped him buy.

    Next month, he plans to travel along the edge of the 84-mile long historic monument, which was built to mark the boundaries of the Roman Empire and to keep the Scots out.

  4. Motorist arrested after 'ramming' police during Hull chase

    A motorist has been arrested after allegedly "ramming" a police car during a pursuit through Hull.

    A car stopped by police

    The driver was arrested after "reverse ramming" a police vehicle on Sibelius Road yesterday.

    Humberside Police said its officers made "tactical contact" with the vehicle to "prevent any further pursuit" before chasing down the driver who "didn't run fast enough".

    The force said the suspect was disqualified from driving and was also wanted in breach of bail.

  5. Watch: Monday's forecast for Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Lisa Gallagher

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Good morning, it's going to be a dry and fine day for most of us with temperatures reaching 23C in places:

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    Video caption: Watch: Monday's weather forecast
  6. Check your Yorkshire train journey

    BBC News Travel

    If you're making a journey on the rails in Yorkshire this Monday morning, most services appear to be running to time, however:

    • The 08:52 service from York to Manchester Airport is cancelled
    • The 09:09 service from York to Liverpool Lime Street is cancelled
    • The 09:15 service from Doncaster to Leeds is cancelled
    • The 09:32 from Wakefield Westgate to Leeds is cancelled

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

  7. Yorkshire trio's World Cup glory

    Three of Yorkshire's finest have helped England's cricketers to World Cup glory.

    England cricket team

    Sheffield's Joe Root and Bradford's Jonny Bairstow and Adil Rashid were part of the England team which beat New Zealand to win the men's World Cup for the first time.

    Joe Root and Jonny Bairstow

    In an emotional and electric atmosphere at Lord's, both sides scored 241 in their 50 overs and were level on 15 when they batted for an extra over apiece.

    Adil Rashid

    It meant England were crowned world champions by virtue of having scored more boundary fours and sixes - 26 to New Zealand's 17 - in the entire match.

    Joe Root, pictured above in the arms of a celebrating Bairstow, said:"Wow! What a day, what a tournament.

    "Everyone has done everything asked of them - we have performed under pressure."

  8. Yorkshire's sunny Monday weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    It will be fine, dry and warm today, with sunny periods and only a little fair-weather cloud developing and a small chance of showers in the afternoon.

    Tonight will be dry and mainly clear with light winds:

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