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Summary

  1. Updates on Wednesday 10 February
  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

    Hull and East Yorkshire Live has finished for today.   

    We'll be back with you tomorrow from 0800. Please join us then.

    I'll leave you with this.

    Sea Cities graphic

    Check out the bird's eye view over the Humber here. Goodnight.

  2. Weather across Hull and East Yorkshire: Dry but cold and clear with frost forming

    Clare Nasir

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Tonight will be dry with clear periods.

    Minimum temperature -1C (30F) with a widespread slight frost.

    Light or moderate westerly wind.

    Weather graphic
  3. Living Seas Centre up for tourism award

    You can discover all the weird and wonderful creatures hidden below the waves and along our coastline at the Living Seas Centre in Flamborough.

    It's attracted more than 36,500 visitors since it opened in 2013 and now the The Yorkshire Wildlife Trust's attraction is up for a tourism award.

    Living Seas Centre

    The centre is a finalist of the Remarkable Visitor Attraction category of the 2016 Remarkable East Yorkshire Tourism Awards.

  4. Hull man alleged to be part of an Islamist terror group fights extradition

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    A man from Hull who is accused of plotting terror attacks across Europe is fighting extradition.

    Bakr Hamad, 39, appeared at Westminster Magistrates Court today for the start of a three-day hearing.

    Artists impression of Bakr Hamad

    He's alleged to have been part of an Islamist terror group that planned to kidnap a British Ambassador.  

    Our Correspondent Sarah Corker will have more on this story on tonight's Look North at 1830.

  5. Broken down bus blocking a lane on Spring Bank

    BBC Travel

    Drivers are being warned of heavy traffic in Hull due to a broken down bus which is blocking one lane on Spring Bank at the Ferensway junction.

  6. Watch: Robins' coach appeals Boudebza ban

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull KR coach Chris Chester is hoping to get hooker John Boudebza's four-game ban reduced on appeal tonight.

  7. Headlines: 220 cancelled hospital appointments due to strike; The use of speed cameras to be reviewed

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The top stories from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom this afternoon include: 

    • 220 hospital appointments cancelled in Hull and East Yorkshire due to junior doctors strike
    • Independent consultants look at use of speed cameras in East Yorkshire
    • Dog owners urged to keep pets' controlled after sheep attacked near Pocklington
  8. Sheep mauled by loose dog in East Yorkshire

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    An uncontrolled dog's killed three sheep on a farm near Pocklington. 

    Insurance firm NFU Mutual is urging dog owners to keep their pets on a lead near livestock.

    Earth view of Pocklington and Milington area

    Humberside Police has also reminded dog owners they could face prosecution if they don't keep their pets under control.

  9. Hessle to England: Stamp scores a spot on the national team

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City Ladies are celebrating after one of their players was picked for England at under-19 level.

    Midfielder Sophie Stamp is in the squad for three friendly games against the Netherlands, USA and Denmark. 

    The tournament takes place next month in the Spanish resort of La Manga.

  10. Moving heaven and earth in time for 2017

    Amanda White

    BBC East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Definitely a work in progress!

    I took these photos of Trinity Square in Hull this morning where earthworks have begun to reinvent the area in time for City of Culture 2017.

    View of Holy Trinity in Hull through railings

    It's a bit of a muddy mess now but the Reverend Neal Barnes from Holy Trinity Church tells us it's all going to plan.

    Earthworks in Hull Trinity Square
    Quote Message: It's going to be an amazing space. I hope that people just bear with us. I know that some were a bit upset about the tree going and so on, although it was causing a lot of damage to our fabric, to our drains and actually the tree itself was quite weak so it that was a health and safety issue. Gradually the wall will come down over the next couple of weeks and we'll be able to see the square as a unity which of course it was until about 160 years ago, and I think we can just imagine the kind of wonderful things that can happen in that space and be the centre of the Old Town." from Neal Barnes Reverend, Holy Trinity Hull
    Neal BarnesReverend, Holy Trinity Hull
  11. Hoping to hound out criminals in Bridlington

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Yesterday we met Police Dog Bailey

    Well here's another vital member of the Humberside Police Operation Impact team.

    Police Dog Lenny

    Police Dog Lenny has had a busy morning searching for drugs in Bridlington.

    Police and Crime Commissioner Matthew Grove has been observing him in action.

  12. Buses are being rerouted to avoid inconsiderate parking

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Spotted this from East Yorkshire Motor Services today.

    Annoying if you live on St Leonard's Road in Molescroft.

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  13. Arts funding is still available for Hull

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside

    For the first time since the liquidation of Hull and East Yorkshire Community Foundation I've spoken to the Arts Council about it.

    The social investment charity was meant to manage arts funding for the city but it collapsed in December leaving 136 creditors and owing just over £663,000.

    Today the Arts Council has reassured us that as soon as they find the right group to take over the project that pot of cash is still there and ready for use.

    Quote Message: The remaining £2.4m has been ring fenced for Hull and we've already begun the process of getting a new Creative People and Places project up and running in the city so; last week we met with the city's cultural collisions group, we met with other interested parties and we talked them through a process by which we hope to be able to get the money back and into city and working hard for culture as soon as possible." from Pete Massey Senior manager, Arts Council
    Pete MasseySenior manager, Arts Council
  14. London arts should support Hull's City of Culture year

    Tim Iredale

    Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    London-based arts organisations should do their bit to back Hull's City of Culture year.

    That's what Hull North MP Diana Johnson said during Prime Ministers Questions today.

    Hull North MP Diana Johnson

    David Cameron says national cultural institutions have an important role to play in @2017Hull

  15. Watch: Here's the full weather forecast with Clare Nasir

    BBC Weather

    Here is Clare with the weather forecast - it's feeling cold!

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    Video caption: Wednesday's weather forecast
  16. Headlines: Junior doctors strike continues; Police and crime commissioner orders speed camera review

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The headlines in Hull and East Yorkshire this lunchtime include:

    • Junior doctors continue their 24-hour strike including at Hull Royal Infirmary
    • Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner says speed cameras are the biggest sources of complaints 
    • Arts Council says funding worth £2.4m is still available for Hull despite the collapse of a social investment charity managing the money
  17. Award-winning comedy play coming to Hull

    Clare Crooks

    BBC Radio Humberside

    John Godber's award-winning comedy Bouncers is coming to Hull City Hall for the first time.

    The venue will host a season of Godber's plays, with this the first production.

    Flyer for the play Bouncers
  18. Government say strike by junior doctors' is 'unnecessary'

    Louise Wheeler

    BBC Look North

    The Department of Health says it is disappointed that junior doctors' are striking outside hospitals.

    The Hull and East Yorkshire Hospital Trust say they have cancelled 200 appointments.

    Patients have been assured that their safety won't be comprised.

    Quote Message: This strike is completely unnecessary. We have now agreed the vast majority of the contract detail with the BMA but it’s a great shame they have broken the agreement we made at ACAS to discuss the outstanding issue of Saturday working and pay for unsocial hours. from Department of Health
    Department of Health
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