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Summary

  1. Hull's 'Bee Lady' has birthday party at Guildhall
  2. P&O cancels ferry sailings to Zeebrugge today and tomorrow
  3. Exam stress blamed for rise in calls to Childline
  4. Live updates on Friday 12 May 2017

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  1. Neil Johnston

    BBC Sport

    Hull City's players react during the 2-0 defeat at Crystal Palace, a result which saw them relegated from the Premier League

    Neil Johnston

    BBC Sport

    Hull City will play in the Championship next season after a thumping 4-0 defeat at Crystal Palace sends them down.

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  2. Five things we learned today

    Jonathan Willis

    BBC Local Live

    Thank you for joining us today. 

    We'll be back with you Monday morning from 08:00.

    Before I go, lets have a look at five things we didn't know this morning: 

    1.   There is concern that more students are suffering from exam stress.
    2.   More than 2,000 people have signed a petition to grant the Three Ships mural in Hull listed status.
    3.   The Humber Street Sesh has announced its headlines acts for this summer's event. 
    4.   Plans for a new prison in East Yorkshire have been submitted.  
    5.   A full list candidates for the general election has been announced. 

    Today really belongs to one woman, Hull's bee lady Jean Bishop. She has raised over £100,000 for charity. Happy Birthday Hull's Bee Lady.

    Hull's bee lady
  3. Wolds Way to air

    BBC Look North

    East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    A special programme highlighting the beauty of the East Yorkshire Wolds will be shown to a national TV audience this weekend. 

    Wolds Way
    Paul Rose in a glideR
    View from the top of the Humber Bridge

    Part one of a two-part series called "Yorkshire Wolds Way" will be on BBC 2 tomorrow evening. 

    It's hosted by the adventurer and explorer Paul Rose

  4. Weekend weather forecast: 'A mixed bag' of weather

    BBC Weather

    On Saturday it will start off breezy with plenty of cloud and some patchy rain or drizzle. It will become drier and brighter through the afternoon with some sunshine

    On Sunday there will be a mixture of sunshine and scattered heavy showers with some possibly becoming thundery. 

    weekend weather forecast
  5. Hospital cyber attack update

    Jake Zuckerman

    BBC Look North

    The Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals Trust has told the BBC that malware was detected on the computer centre but it has not had a significant impact on services.

    HEY Trust
  6. Hull 2017: time to get your free tickets

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Here's a short video telling you some of the upcoming events and how to get your tickets. 

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  7. Hosptial cyber attack

    Jake Zuckerman

    BBC Look North

    NHS Digital have sent out this statement in response to a cyber-attack on hospitals across the country. 

    NHS statement
  8. Hospitals hit by 'large-scale cyber attack'

    Jake Zuckerman

    BBC Look North

    NHS services across England have been hit by IT failure, believed to be caused by a large-scale cyber attack.

    Trusts and hospitals in London, Blackburn, Nottingham, Cumbria and Hertfordshire have been affected.

    NHS England says they are aware of the issue and are looking into it.

    The BBC is contacting local hospitals in East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire to see if they've been affected by the cyber attack.  

  9. Hull's fountains could be finished by end of month

    David Harrison

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Hull's City Council says it hopes new fountains in Queen Victoria Square will be finished by the end of the month, if testing next week is successful.

    Hull's new fountain

    The fountains are part of a £25m pound facelift of the city centre. 

  10. Two men arrested over man's death in Hull

    Pritti Mistry

    BBC News Online

    Two men have been arrested after a man was found dead in Hull.

    Princes Avenue

    Humberside Police said it was called to an address on Princes Avenue shortly before 16:30 on Thursday following the death of a 27-year-old man.

    A 33-year-old and a 52-year-old have been held in connection with the man's death and are in custody.

    The victim is yet to be formally identified and enquiries are under way to establish the cause of his death, a spokesperson for the force said.

  11. Hull's bee lady celebrates 95th birthday

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Here are some photos from Hull's  'Bee Lady' Jean Bishop's birthday.

    Jean Bishop with Radio Humberside's Lizzie and Carl

    BBC Radio Humberside's Lizzie and Carl hosted the party to celebrate Jean's birthday. 

    Jean with John Prescott

    Politicians including John Prescott and Alan Johnson were full of praise for Hull's bee lady.

    All for One Choir perform

    There was a special performance from local choir 'All For One.' 

    decorations and cake

    The room and cakes were decorated in yellow and black. Many people from Hull and the surrounding area have sent Jean cards wishing her many happy returns. 

  12. Concerns over A-level students suffering panic attacks

    Vicky Johnson

    BBC Look North

    The number of children and teenagers who're being referred to mental health services in the East Riding is now at record levels  and charities believe exam pressures are partly to blame. 

    Many teenagers say the new A-level courses, where subjects are examined at the end of two years, are adding to their anxiety and stress. 

    Justine Wilkinson, a counsellor from Wyke College, says she's seen an increasing number of students suffering panic attacks:

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    Video caption: Concerns more A-level students are suffering panic attacks
  13. Challenge Cup: Salford Red Devils v Hull KR

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Head coach Tim Sheens admits Salford are the favourites going into the sixth round match, but the Robins will go into the game showing plenty of spirit. 

    Championship leaders Hull KR, who were relegated by Salford last season, have made three changes to the side that hammered Batley 68-4 last week.

    Thomas Minns, Nick Scruton and Josh Johnson come in for youngsters Joe Cator, Brad Clavering and Joe Wardill.

  14. Water polo in decline

    David Harrison

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Water polo in our region is on the decline.

    water polo is on the decline

    The Humberside Water Polo club are now the only team in East Yorkshire and North Lincolnshire, and have only just got back on track after their last training pool was closed.

    They now play at the newly renovated Albert Avenue Baths in Hull, where competitive water polo has been taking place since the 1950s.

  15. Plans for 'super prison' submitted

    Jill Archbold

    BBC Look North

    Plans for a new prison in East Yorkshire have been submitted.

    Plans submitted for new super prison

    If given the go-ahead the new prison will be built on land next to the high-security Full Sutton jail, near Pocklington. 

    site is next to an existing prison

    The £91m building would hold 1,000 adult male prisoners and create an additional 245 jobs. A total of 500 staff will need to run the prison

    layout of the proposed prison

    It's part of government plans to invest £1.3bn in building new prisons on four sites across the UK.

    The East Riding of Yorkshire Council's planning committee will now consider the plans. 

  16. Challenge Cup: Hull FC v Catalans Dragons

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull FC take on Catalans Dragons tonight in the sixth round of the Ladbrokes Challenge Cup. The Black and Whites look to defend the title after winning the cup last year.  

    Danny Houghton will play

    Hull FC will recall prop Scott Taylor after he missed last week's win over Widnes as he was on international duty with England. 

    Danny Houghton also plays after coming back from injury in that game.

    Catalans head coach Laurent Frayssinous has 11 players out injured but half-back Luke Walsh has returned from his suspension

  17. Humber Street Sesh announces headline acts

    Jonathan Willis

    BBC Local Live

    The Humber Street Sesh has announced its headlines acts for this summer's event.

    The one day music festival, which showcase local music, will be held on Saturday 5 August. 

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