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Summary

  1. Updates on Wednesday 3 August 2016

Live Reporting

By Jonathan Willis

All times stated are UK

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  1. Goodbye: Five things we learned today

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    That's it for Wednesday, thanks for following along. We'll be back from tomorrow at 8am with all the latest.

    Until then I'll leave you with five things we've learned today:

  2. Watch: Weather forecast

    BBC Weather

    Here's the latest forecast with Abbie

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    Video caption: Here's the weather with Abbie
  3. Keith Hunter: We need to change community policing

    Katy Austin

    BBC Look North

    In an interview with BBC Look North Humberside Police and Crime Keith Hunter has said the force needs to change the priorities of community policing. 

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    Video caption: Keith Hunter calls for changes to how communities are policed
  4. Hull City News: Mo Diame heading to Newcastle

    BBC Humberside Sport

    BBC Radio Humberside Sport understands Mo Diame's move from Hull City to Newcastle United is done. 

    However, there is no official word from either club at this stage.   

    Mo Diame
  5. Sheffield man banned for Grimsby Town match vioence

    Gemma Dawson

    BBC Look North

    A Sheffield man has been given a 3 year football banning order after police arrests at a Grimsby Town match with Sheffield United last month.  

    Mariners fans clashed with those at Sheffield United after the match, which left a number of people injured. 

    Grimsby Town violence after match
  6. Cleethorpes Paddling pool to re-open

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Cleethorpes paddling pool is to reopen on Friday 5 August 2016, after a brief period of closure.

    The pool was closed whilst the plant room underwent necessary repair works, bringing it in line with current Health and Safety standards.

    North East Lincolnshire Council Deputy Leader David Watson said he was delighted the pool was re-opening in time for most of the school holidays

    Cleethorpes Paddling Pool
  7. CCTV appeal following assault in Hull

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Detectives are appealing for help in identifying two males they'd like to speak to following an assault and criminal damage at a newsagents on Newland Avenue, Hull on Thursday 28 July.

    A male entered the store and was asked to leave after messing with sweets in the shop by the member of staff. 

    He refused and during a minor scuffle the victim was allegedly spat at and racially abused.

    CCTV Appeal
  8. East Riding arts grant announced

    Chris Arundel

    BBC Radio Humberside

    East Riding arts organisations, which had their City of Culture grants turned down, can apply for funding from the East Riding of Yorkshire Council. 

    But there's only £30,000 in the pot and applications have to be in by August 31st.

  9. Hull City: Are the Tigers any closer to appointing a new manager?

    Matt Dean

    BBC Radio Humberside

    With just ten days to go until the start of the new Premier League season, Hull City are still to appoint a permanent replacement for Steve Bruce who left at the end of last month. 

    Chris Coleman, the Wales manager, is wanted by the club who yesterday had an approach rejected by the Football Association of Wales. 

    The former West Ham and Watford boss Gianfranco Zola has also been interviewed for the post but isn't the preferred candidate. 

    However the uncertainty remains a big source of frustration for fans like Geoff Bielby

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    Video caption: Goff Bielby says it reminds him of Hull City in the 1990's
  10. Train Station looking for pop-up businesses

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Train company TransPennine Express says it's looking for independent and local businesses to sell local produce to customers at Hull Paragon Station.

    Quote Message: “This is a brilliant opportunity for local retailers, small businesses and independent traders to sell their goods to customers at a busy working station which lies at the very heart of the community. from David Hatfield Station Manager at Hull Paragon Station
    David HatfieldStation Manager at Hull Paragon Station
  11. This afternoon's headlines from your area

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    • Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter says there will be no 'back door' merger with South Yorkshire Police. 
    • The man who partly won city of culture status for Hull says Culture is one of the qualities which defines the city, as it unveils legacy plans. 
    • It's the end of an era on the high streets of Grimsby and Hull today when BHS shuts its doors for the final time.
  12. BHS stores to close

    Sarah Corker

    BBC Look North

    The BHS stores in Hull and Grimsby will close for the final time later today.

    200 workers across Yorkshire and Lincolnshire will lose their jobs as a result of the retail chain's collapse. The store on Lincoln high street will temporarily remain open.

    BHS Store in Hull
  13. Consultation on libraries in East Yorkshire to end

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Up to 4,000 people have taken part in a consultation on the future of the East Riding's libraries. 

    The consultation period ends at midnight tonight. 

    The East Riding Council has produced proposals to relocate six libraries into new multi-service centres, while the Bridlington North Library would close. 

    Libraries in East Yorkshire
  14. Watch: Hull City interview Jake Livermore

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City have tweeted an interview with Jake Livermore as they continue their pre-season training in Austria. 

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  15. Council pleased with Tour de Yorshire announcement

    BBC Humberside Sport

    It's been announced that the East Riding will host a start or finish stage of the Tour de Yorkshire over the next three years. 

    The East Riding of Yorkshire Council says the agreement will help achieve the council’s aim of growing tourism and increasing visitor spend in the East Riding to boost the local economy.

    Quote Message: It has certainly captured the imaginations of communities right across the East Riding, with thousands of residents and visitors lining the routes of the first two races to see some of the cycling world’s biggest names. from Stephen Parnaby East Riding of Yorkshire Council
    Stephen ParnabyEast Riding of Yorkshire Council
    Beverley hosted this year's Tour de Yorkshire
  16. East Riding to host Tour de Yorkshire for next three years

    BBC Radio Humberside

    It's been confirmed that the East Riding will host a start or finish stage of the Tour de Yorkshire over the next three years.

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  17. National Play Day Fun comes to Hull

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Hull's City of Culture team have sent out this tweet reminding people of today's National Play Day. 

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  18. Hull construction workers get soaked for play day

    Amanda White

    BBC East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Workers from Eurovia, who are contracted to carry out improvement works across Hull City centre, have taken some time out to get soaked by children.

    It's part of the national play day fun in Hull. 

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  19. Key Quotes: Humberside PCC set's out vision for policing

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Here are some key quotes from Humberisde's Police and Crime Commissioner Keith Hunter during today's meeting on his policing priorities.

    Quote Message: Morale has been low and that affects performance. Staff need to feel confident they are part of an organisation that is moving forward.
    Quote Message: My priority is to re-establish local policing teams and give the public back what they have lost.
    Quote Message: We will continue to explore opportunities to collaborate but only if there is there is a good reason to do so. There will be no back-door merger with South Yorkshire Police. It's fair to say the brakes have been applied.
    Keith Hunter