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Summary

  1. Updates on Wednesday, 27 January 2016
  2. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Thursday

Live Reporting

By Clare Crooks

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our Live coverage across the day

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    It's been another busy day in Hull and East Yorkshire but our Live page has finished for today

    We're back tomorrow from 08:00am with more news from around the area. Join us then.

  2. Tonight's headlines: Man jailed over nuisance calls; rogue tenants are leaving landlords out of pocket

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    This evening's top stories for Hull and East Yorkshire include: 

    • A South Cave man's been jailed for eight months for making nuisance calls to police
    • Local landlords say rogue tenants are leaving them thousands of pounds out of pocket
    • Fifty years after the Humber Bridge was first promised there are calls to reduce the tolls and write off its debt
  3. Weather summary for this evening and tonight

    Paul Hudson

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Any showers will clear to leave a mostly dry night with long clear periods. 

    It will be a cold night with a frost forming in places. 

    Winds falling light in sheltered valleys, but breezy over hills.

    Weather graphic
  4. Building gets new lease of life as Bridlington's visitor information point

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    You may remember yesterday I told you about the new visitor information point which is going to open in Bridlington's Old Town. 

    Well Martin Coltman from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council has been talking to BBC Radio Humberside about it today.

    He says there's a tremendous demand for exhibition space in the town.

    The Old Town Gallery and Information Centre in Bridlington
    Quote Message: I think its to do with the light and obviously being by the coast. It really is a growth area." from Martin Coltman Steering group member
    Martin ColtmanSteering group member
  5. Engineers are still working to restore gas to hundreds of homes

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    BBC Look North have been out filming in the Bricknell Avenue area of Hull today where 400 properties are still without gas.

    They'll have a full update on the programme tonight. BBC 1 at 18:30

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  6. Don't tell 'em your name Pike: Your chance to win tickets for Dad's Army premiere

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The regional premiere at The Spa Bridlington is an invite only event.

    But look! You can win tickets to go.

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  7. Jailed for making nuisance alcohol-fuelled phone calls

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Nuisance calls are no joke as this man from South Cave has found out.

    Derick Smith, 65, of St Katherine’s Road has been jailed for 32 weeks after continuing to make drunken calls to 999 and 101 when he's already been ordered to stop by a judge.

    Derek Smith
  8. Police appeal for witnesses following a hit-and-run crash in Hull

    Hull Daily Mail

    Police are appealing for witnesses after a cyclist was knocked down in a hit-and-run crash on Hessle Road, west Hull.

    Gillett Street in Hull
  9. Heading to Gigg Lane on Saturday?

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Plenty of people will be heading to Bury this weekend.

    If you are, you might want to check out Bury's away fans guide which Hull City have helpfully tweeted.

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  10. Latest headlines: New calls to scrap bridge tolls; Hull Trains is top for passenger satisfaction

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The top stories in Hull and East Yorkshire this afternoon include:

    • New calls to scrap tolls on the Humber Bridge, 50 years after the pledge was made to build it
    • People in the East Riding face an increase in their council taxes this year
    • First Hull Trains have topped the list of rail operators when it comes to passenger satisfaction
  11. Rogue tenants are costing Hull landlords thousands of pounds

    Phillip Norton

    BBC News

    Landlords in Hull are being left thousands of pounds of pocket because of damaged caused by tenants.

    Jeremy Wong from Cody's Estate Agents in Hull says the deposit doesn't cover the cost of repair and is now calling for better protection from rogue tenants.

    See my full report on BBC Look North tonight at 6.30

    Jeremy Wong from Cody's Estate Agents in Hull
    Quote Message: The repairs to this property will be roughly five thousand pounds... I am concerned there is no redress for landlords who have been left in this position." from Jeremy Wong Letting agent
    Jeremy WongLetting agent
  12. Fisherman fashion in Flamborough

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside

    You know me, I like to keep up with the latest trends and fishing fashion is apparently the thing now.

    Amanda White found me this fetching black knit number today.

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  13. Rugby legend cuts ribbon on new Hedon bar… in a care home!

    The Hedon Blog

    Phil Lowe is famous for his role as a professional Hull Kingston Rovers and England rugby league star, but as a Hedon licensee he was invited to open another bar… but in a care home!  

    Cindy Turner Manager at Albermarle and Phil Lowe in the new bar with piper Dale McLean