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  1. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Tuesday
  2. Live updates on Monday 22 August 2016

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  1. Goodbye and five things we learned

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Thank you for joining us on our live feed across East Yorkshire and the Humber today. 

    Lets look back at five things we didn't know when we woke up this morning.

    1. Grimsby fish supplier Icelandic Seachill has announced it will make 86 redundancies from their workforce.
    2. A majority of people have said they're against plans to introduce a Lincolnshire Mayor.
    3. The family of Koen Allwood say they've been left devastated after their son's memorial bench was vandalised.
    4. Hull City Council has approved plans to cut the budget by over £2m.
    5. Tributes have been paid to campaigner and entertainer Lord Rix. 

    If you're in Grimsby tomorrow you can catch Peter Levy's on his slefie tour. This was him this morning in Skegness going on the log flume.

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  2. Hull Bridge to be turned into a piece of artwork

    Anne-Marie Tasker

    BBC Look North

    An artist has been commissioned to turn Drypool Bridge into a work of art in time for Hull's year as City of Culture.

    Artist Sarah Daniels has created a brief inspired by the work of John Venn, the 19th century mathematician and philosopher, who was born in Hull’s Drypool ward.

    It will reflect the city’s links with the internationally-renowned Venn Diagram. 

    Quote Message: As Drypool Bridge was due to be painted this year, we took the opportunity to ask local artists to submit their ideas for a visually striking design for the local landmark. The work will be completed as Hull gets ready to host the UK City of Culture 2017 celebrations.” from Martin Mancey Hull City Council
    Martin ManceyHull City Council
  3. Twins named after Hull FC's Gareth Ellis and Scott Taylor

    Stuart Harratt

    BBC Local Live

    A pair of newborn twins have been named after two players of a Wembley-bound rugby league club.

    Ellis and Taylor Welburn were born at 05:20 BST in Barnsley Hospital after mum, Rachel Carr, was moved from Hull.

    The boys were named after Gareth Ellis, captain of Hull FC, and fellow forward Scott Taylor.

    The twin's father, Lee Wellburn, 31, from Hull, said he was delighted the boys had arrived to allow him to attend Saturday's cup final.

  4. Traffic and travel News: Queuing traffic on Thwaite street

    BBC Travel

    • B1233 East Yorkshire: Queuing traffic on B1233 Thwaite Street in Hull because of a level crossing failure.  
    Traffic on B1233
  5. Police seek relatives after death of man in Cleethorpes

    Jonathan Willis

    Local Live

    Police want to trace relatives of a man who died in Cleethorpes yesterday.

    John Baker, aged 70, was taken ill at an Isaac’s Hill guest house around 02:00 BST.

    He died at the scene and the circumstances are not being treated as suspicious.

  6. Weather for East Yorkshire and the Humber

    BBC Weather

    Remaining mostly dry overnight with a few clear spells at first, then a little more cloud later in the night. Feeling rather humid in light winds.

  7. People in Northern Lincolnshire do not want mayor plans

    Sharon Edwards

    Political Reporter, BBC Radio Lincolnshire

    People in northern Lincolnshire say they do not want one mayor for Greater Lincolnshire.

    Ten councils in the area from the Humber to the Wash will decide whether to combine to form one authority in the hope of then becoming more devolved from London.

    But after a consultation local people said they didn't want a mayor. 

    The Leader of Lincolnshire County Council Martin Hill says they'll now look at how plans can be adapted.

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    Video caption: 49% of people say they don't want to have a new Mayor
  8. Mike Phelan talks about Hull City's great start to the season

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City's start to the season, together with that of Middlesbrough and Burnley is the best made by promoted sides since the first season of the Premier League. 

    Between them they've accumulated 13 points, with The Tigers winning their opening two games. 

    Caretaker manager Mike Phelan hopes their results will help in his recruitment drive before the transfer window shuts. 

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    Video caption: Mike Phelan hopes it will attract new players
  9. Listen: Council says they have no choice over cuts

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    Hull City Council's cabinet has agreed to push through with plans to cut £2.2m from its budget.

    It's part of £30m worth of service reductions which the authority says it has to make by 2020.

    Opposing Liberal Democrats have described the move as "panic cuts" but Deputy Leader of the Council, Daren Hale says they have no choice:

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    Video caption: Deputy Leader Daren Hale says they have no choice
  10. BreakingGrimsby fish supplier Icelandic Seachill announces 86 redundancies

    Sarah Corker

    BBC Look North

    Grimsby fish supplier Icelandic Seachill has announced it will make 86 redundancies from its workforce.

    A consultation was launched after Marks & Spencers decided to use another supplier. 

    The company has confirmed it will close the Icelandic Seachill Deli by March 2017 and transfer production. 

    Icelandic Seachill say they appreciate its a difficult time for their employees but they still remain in a strong position.   

    Icelandic Seachill
  11. Your headlines this afternoon

    Louise Jackson

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Headlines from our East Yorkshire & Humber newsroom:

    • People in northern Lincolnshire say they're not sold on the idea of having one mayor for Greater Lincolnshire
    • A one-day-old kitten found in a dustin in Newport last week has died
    • The family of Koen Allwood say they've been left devastated after their son's memorial bench was vandalised 
  12. On This afternoon's Drive programme

    James Hoggarth

    BBC Radio Humberside

    • As the people of Lincolnshire reject the idea of a Mayor for the county, was does it mean for us in Northern Lincolnshire? 
    • Hull City Council leaders push ahead with more savings, we look at what might go and what happens next.
    • And, Drypool Bridge is getting a three-coloured makeover in time for City Of Culture.

    Tune into this afternoon's drive with James Hoggarth on BBC Radio Humberside from 15:00 BST.

  13. Weather for East Yorkshire and the Humber

    BBC Weather

    Here's the weather with Paul:

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    Video caption: Here's the weather with Paul
  14. Calls for Grimsby to focus on culture

    Caroline Brockelbank

    BBC Radio Humberside

    We should be promoting the culture of North East Lincolnshire more according to area's mayor, Christina McGilligan-Fell.

    There are no art galleries in Grimsby and only one museum.

    Great Grimsby MP Melanie Onn has also called for the town to benefit from Hull's City of Culture Year.

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