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  1. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Thursday
  2. Updates on Wednesday 11 May 2016

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Willis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Our Live coverage across the day

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Local Live has finished for today. 

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

    I'll leave you with this tweet from destination Hull showing the New Theatre being prepared for its revamp. 

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  2. Tonight's headlines from BBC Look North

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Here are the latest headlines from the BBC Look North newsroom.

    Watch the full programme on BBC One from 18:30.

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    Video caption: Here's the 18.30 headlines with Peter Levy
  3. Family of Hull KR rugby legend Roger Millward thank fans

    BBC Humberside Sport

    The family of Rovers and rugby league legend Roger Millward MBE have thanked supporters for their tributes to the Hall of Famer who died last week at the age of 68.

    Rovers have confirmed plans to celebrate the life and career of Roger Millward MBE when the Robins host Widnes Vikings at the KC Lightstream Stadium on Sunday afternoon.

    Quote Message: We came on Sunday to walk around and read all the messages that have been left and we were all very moved and deeply touched by the kind words that everybody had to say." from Carol Roger's widow
    CarolRoger's widow
  4. Watch: Hull KR winger Ken Sio could play in Sunday's game

    Gwilym Lloyd

    BBC Humberside sport's reporter

    Hull Kingston Rovers winger Ken Sio could play on Sunday against Widnes despite dislocating his shoulder in the club's last game. 

    Sio was injured while scoring at try for the Robins during their defeat at Salford and the full extent of the injury has still to be determined. 

    I spoke to Rovers' coach James Webster.  

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    Video caption: Winger Ken Sio could play in Sunday despite dislocate shoulder
  5. Headlines for Hull and East Yorkshire: Government still considering Hull rail electrification

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Headlines from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom:

    • The Prime Minister says the government is still 'considering the case' for the electrification of the Hull to Selby railway line. 
    • Plans to build a new sculpture in Hull's Beverley Gate have moved a step closer after they were recommended for approval
    • North Ferriby have announced they won't serve alcohol at their play-off final game
  6. Hull MP angry with response to electrifying rail line

    Tim Iredale

    Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Hull North MP Diana Johnson has sent this tweet after she asked a question about rail electrification to David Cameron during Prime Minister's Questions.

    She asked why it was taking so long for a decision to be made and the PM responded by saying that £1.4 million would be spent upgrading Hull's Paragon station.

    It's fair to say Diana wasn't happy with that response. 

    Diana Johnson tweets after PMQ's
  7. North Ferriby won't serve alcohol at final

    Simon Clark

    Sports Editor BBC Radio Humberside

    North Ferriby United will not serve alcohol this weekend during their play-off final game with Fylde.

    It follows problems with drunkenness following last week's game against Boston United which brought complaints from residents in the village.

  8. Humberside Police respond to 'hate incident' claim

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Humberside Police have responded to a claim by the National Alliance of Gypsy Traveller and Roma Women that they were responsible for a 'hate incident'.

    The force said it took reports of hate crime extremely seriously and had researched the claims. 

    They state they didn't issue a warning via a local paper to warn of bogus callers in Scunthorpe. 

    The force says they issued a warning following an incident involving bogus callers at an earlier date on the Isle of Axholme.

  9. Spencer Tunick is 'testing the water' for Hull's art installation

    Anne-Marie Tasker

    BBC Look North

    In March it was announced that internationally-renowned photographer Spencer Tunick is to create a new work in Hull to celebrate its year as UK City of Culture.

    He is renowned for taking mass nude photographs.

    The gathering is to be photographed in the East Yorkshire port on 9 July, with the resulting work unveiled in 2017.  

    This tweet may give us an idea of what to expect.

    Are these the colours which could be used for the Hull's Spencer Tunick installation?
  10. Hull City of Culture: Community projects given longer to apply for grants

    Anne-Marie Tasker

    BBC Look North

    Hull's City of Culture team have extended the deadline for community groups to apply for grants.

    Local projects can apply for funding of between £300 to £10,000 in order to run activities during 2017.

    Those wanting to apply have until 27 May to put their case forward.

    Community projects can apply for grants of between £300-£10,000
  11. Marking Hull's maritime history

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    As Hull City Council asks people how they should honour its maritime heritage history the Hull Museum has published this photo on twitter.  

    Hull's maritime history to be honoured
  12. North Ferriby to wear traditional kit for play-off final

    BBC Humberside Sport

    North Ferriby United will wear their traditional white and green for the National league North play-off final with Fylde. 

    Their opponents, who normally wear white, will change to orange shirts for the game at Church Road.

    North Ferriby
  13. Hull FC's Challenge Cup quarter final date announced

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull FC has announced their Challenge Cup quarter-final game against Catalans Dragons has been scheduled for Saturday, 25 June at the KC Stadium, kick-off 13:30 BST.

    The last time the two sides met in the cup, the Black and Whites were victorious in Perpignan with a 24-13 win.

    Could Hull FC win this season's Challenge Cup?
  14. Headlines for Hull and East Yorkshire: 'Millions' will be invested celebrating Hull's maritime heritage

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Headlines this afternoon from our Hull and East Yorkshire newsroom:

    • Hull City Council says it will invest millions of pounds in celebrating Hull's role as a maritime city 
    • The idea of a glass lift to take tourists 500ft up the the north tower of the Humber Bridge has been greeted with surprise by people who live nearby
    • Tickets for Hull City's play-off semi-final first leg at Derby County have sold out
  15. Meet some of the crew from the Norland

    Jo Makel

    BBC Look North

    Some of the crew who staffed the Norland from Hull which was used during the Falklands war have met ahead of the launch of a new book which tells their story. 

    Crew from the Norland Ferry
  16. Hull MP criticises government over rail electrification

    Tim Iredale

    Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Hull North MP Diana Johnson has criticised the government for not acting quickly enough to electrify the rail line between Hull and Selby

    Ms Johnson said she didn't understand why the Department for Transport hadn't given a decision when the money would be provided through private investment.

    Prime Minister David Cameron said over £1m was being invested in Hull's Paragon train station in time for 2017 City of Culture and that "electrification would happen". 

  17. Watch: David Cameron responds to 'rail electrification for Hull' question

    Tim Iredale

    Political editor, East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    David Cameron responds to Hull North MP Diana Johnson's question on why there seems to be a delay in announcing when rail electrification on the line between Hull to Selby will happen.

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    Video caption: David Cameron says they're working to bring rail investment to Hull
  18. Watch: Weather with Kay Crewdson

    Here's the latest forecast with Kay

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    Video caption: Here's the weather forecast with Kay Crewdson
  19. Plans to rejuvenate Hull's 'maritime offering'

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Hull City Council is asking the public how they would like the city to rejuvenate Hull's maritime offering

    The council says it's looking to bid for millions of pounds' worth of funding to help make Hull "a maritime destination". 

    Quote Message: "This is the first stage in a really ambitious bid to secure funding and put Hull on the map as Yorkshire's maritime city." from Garry Taylor Hull City Council manager of major projects
    Garry TaylorHull City Council manager of major projects
    Hull's maritime museum