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  1. News, sport, travel and weather updates resume at 08:00 on Wednesday
  2. Live updates on Tuesday 13 September 2016

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  1. Five things we learned today

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live, East Yorkshire and Humber

    Thanks for joining us today. I'll be back to bring you more news, sport, weather and travel tomorrow morning from 08:00

    Before I go, here's a look back at five things we learnt today:

    1. Paralympian Holly Arnold is a gold medal record breaker (pictured)
    2. The sad news about Daniel Wilkinson who collapsed and died during a football match
    3. We could lose one of our MP's
    4. Hull will get plastic money first
    5. Its been a really rather hot day for September
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  2. Hull FC match on TV

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull FC's home game with the Warrington Wolves on the 23rd September will now be televised, but the date remains the same.  

    There will be two changes to the 19-man squad. 

    Mark Minichiello and Frank Pritchard are out injured. Feka Paleaaesina (pictured) and Curtis Naughton will replace them.  

    Feka Paleaaesina
  3. Cleethorpe's famous fish and chips gets a mention in Parliament

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    The Business Secretary says he'd be happy to have "fish and chips in Cleethorpes" with the town's MP.

    Martin Vickers (pictured) made the invitation in the Commons earlier: 

    Quote Message: I welcome the government's continuing commitment to the Northern Powerhouse... will the secretary of state meet with me and council leaders to discuss how we can maximise the contribution northern Lincolnshire can make to the project and reap maximum benefit."
    MP Martin Vickers

    This was the minister Greg Clark's response:  

    Quote Message: I'm always keen to meet the honorable gentleman. Despite the fact I've moved from one department to another, I hope the invitation to fish and chips in Cleethorpes still stands."
    Business Secretary Greg Clark
  4. Headlines across East Yorkshire and the Humber this afternoon

    Natalie Glanvill

    Reporter BBC Radio Humberside

    Plastic five pound note
  5. Travel: Severe disruption on the M180 southbound

    BBC Travel

    There's delays on the M180 southbound between J1 A18 and J2 A161 because of a broken down vehicle.

    One lane is closed.

    Travel graphic
  6. Watch: Team pay tribute to Daniel Wilkinson

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Team mates have been paying tribute to former Hull City youth player Daniel Wilkinson who has died at the age of 26.

    It's thought he had a heart attack last night on the pitch while playing for non league side Shaw Lane.

    Hull City say they're saddened by his passing.

    The Chairman of Shaw Lane AFC Craig Wood paid an emotional tribute to Daniel:

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    Video caption: Craig Wood speaks to the BBC following the sudden death of player Daniel Wilkinson
  7. It's gold for Grimsby at the Paralympics.

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Grimsby athlete Hollie Arnold has won a gold medal at the Rio Paralympics by breaking the world record in the javelin, twice!

    Her best throw was 43.01 - nearly a metre and a half over her previous record set 20 minutes earlier.

    Hollie has been competing in the sport since she was 11 when she joined the Cleethorpes Athletic Club.  

    Two years later she was selected to compete in the 2008 Beijing Paralympics, making her the youngest member of Paralympics GB aged just 13.  

    The 22 year old, who's also the reigning world champion, is competing in her third games, but this is her first Olympic medal. 

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  8. BreakingGold for Grimsby!

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Holly Arnold gets a gold medal for her record breaking throw at the Paralympics in Rio.

    Holly Arnold
  9. McGhee eyes Hull City's Snodgrass for leading role

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Scotland attacker Robert Snodgrass

    Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee says Robert Snodgrass can provide the leadership lost in the international retirement of team captain Scott Brown.

    Snodgrass was key to Scotland beating Malta last month in their opening World Cup qualifying campaign tie, scoring a hat-trick in the 5-1 win.

    McGhee believes the Hull City attacker has the personality and influence to become a leading figure in the squad.

    "He's a fantastic character, a genuinely nice guy," said McGhee.

    McGhee eyes Snodgrass for leading role

    Scotland attacker Robert Snodgrass

    Scotland assistant manager Mark McGhee has been impressed by Robert Snodgrass's influence on the team.

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  10. World record throw by Grimsby javelin paralympian

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Grimsby javelin paralympian Holly Arnold has thrown a record breaking 41m 68c this afternoon. 

    There's still a few hours of the competition left, but here's hoping Holly gets gold.

    Holly Arnold
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  11. How hot is it where you are?

    Check out how hot it is where you live as compared to everywhere else.

    Its a nice day to be beside the sea at Hornsea:

    Hornsea seafront

    But our camera men are feeling a little hot in Hull:

    Temperature gauge saying 29.5 degrees
  12. Sport: North Ferriby away to Gateshead

    BBC Humberside Sport

    North Ferriby United are hoping for a change of fortune tonight when they play at Gateshead. 

    They've lost their last four National League games without scoring a goal. 

    But manager Steve Housham says his players are learning from playing against many full-time professionals who've got Football League experience. 

    Steve Housham
    Quote Message: This is probably the highest they've played at and I keep stressing to them to just enjoy playing against these sort of players. If they want to thrive to be football league players, its a great learning curve." from Steve Housham Manager North Ferriby United
    Steve HoushamManager North Ferriby United
  13. Weather: A hot afternoon ahead

    Keeley Donovan

    BBC Look North

    Here a look at the weather fro the rest of today and tomorrow with me Keeley Donovan:

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    Video caption: Keeley Donovan has this afternoon's weather
  14. Listen: The latest on Hull City AFC takeover bid

    BBC Humberside Sport

    The Chinese-American chairman of French club Nice is believed to be heading up a new consortium interested in Hull City. 

    Chien Lee was given a tour of the KCOM Stadium last night and attended the club's Under-23s game at North Ferriby United.

    Here's our Sports Editor, Matt Dean:

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    Video caption: The latest on Hull City AFC take over talks with Matt Dean
  15. Almost half a million for village hall makeover

    Chris Arundel

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Beryl Catterall, (pictured) who chairs the Little Weighton village hall committee, has welcomed the news the hall is to receive almost £500,000 from the Big Lottery Fund. 

    The money will be used to modernise the premises. 

    Work will start next March.

    Beryl Catterall
  16. Scunthorpe United's Paddy Madden back to match fitness

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Scunthorpe United striker Paddy Madden (pictured) says he doesn't want to look back after his goal scoring return to the side. 

    Last season's top scorer is expected to keep his place at Shrewsbury on Saturday after making an impact on his first start of the season in the weekend 4-0 win over Southend. 

    He's had to sit out the first month of the season through injury.

    Paddy Madden
    Quote Message: I don't like missing games. Its good to be back feeling injury free." from Paddy Madden Scunthorpe United player
    Paddy MaddenScunthorpe United player
  17. Funding could lead to 200 new jobs in Scunthorpe

    David Burns

    BBC Radio Humberside

    I've been finding out  about how almost £1,000,000 in government funding could bring hundreds of new jobs to Scunthorpe.

    It will be spent on developing the Normanby Enterprise Park (pictured) near Normanby Hall.

    The idea is to improve the site's infrastructure by building more roads and roundabouts and to get it ready for new businesses to come in and use.

    Normanby Business Park
    Quote Message: We are keen to see this land developed to create better paid jobs for our residents and we will be marketing it on that basis." from Rob Waltham Cabinet member for Business, Innovation, Employment and Skills at North Lincolnshire Council
    Rob WalthamCabinet member for Business, Innovation, Employment and Skills at North Lincolnshire Council
  18. Hull City Council cracking down on recycling

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live, East Yorkshire and Humber

    If you live in Hull and you get a knock on the door today - it could be some one telling you you've not put your rubbish in the right bin!.

    Advisors begin work in the city today to tell people how to dispose of their waste properly

    Blue recycling bins

    The City Council say contaminated recycling bins cost them £500,000 a year. 

    The are spending £100,000 on the workers.