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Summary

  1. Former school in Brough to be demolished
  2. Royal Ballet tickets sold out for Hull performance
  3. UK Pride comes to Hull tomorrow
  4. Calls to scrap Humber Bridge tolls
  5. Updates on Friday 21 July 2017

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By Gill Sennett

All times stated are UK

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  1. Five things we've learned today

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    Thanks for joining us today.

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

    Before I go, here's five things we didn't know this morning:

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  2. Sport: Grimsby Town news

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Grimsby Town and Paul Dixon are understood to still be trying to negotiate a deal which would see the left-back join the club.

    As things stand though, the parties have yet to agree on a contract and the former Scotland international is believed to have other offers.

    The Mariners players are currently returning from their two game trip to Devon.

  3. Scunthorpe police want your help finding this man

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Police want to speak to this man after luggage was stolen from a car in Scunthorpe:

    CCTV image of man the police want to speak to.

    Jewellery, a handbag, laptop and a suitcase were taken from a car on Willoughby Road in Scunthorpe.

    It happened sometime between 21:30 on Friday 7 July and 08:30 the following morning.

    Police are asking anyone who knows who this man is to get in touch on the 101 number or contact Crimestoppers anonymously on 0800 555 111.

  4. Sport: last minute Hull KR signing

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull Kingston Rovers have made one last signing before the deadline for the Super 8's Qualifiers.

    Hull FC's Jack Logan has joined Hull Kingston Rovers on-loan until the end of the season.

    Logan had originally been set to stay with Doncaster.

    Quote Message: We weren’t expecting to do any more business on the final day but we’ve managed to sort out a deal with Jack and Hull FC and we’re looking forward to having him on board. This now completes our squad going into the Qualifiers.” from Tim Sheens Head Coach
    Tim SheensHead Coach
  5. Owner of 'worst ever' B&B fined £7k

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    The guest house is located close to Beverley Minster

    The owner of a "filthy" guest house has been fined £7,000 after admitting falsely claiming the establishment had a four-star rating.

    John Dixon Hart was prosecuted by East Riding of Yorkshire Council after a trading standards investigation.

    A slug on a towel
    Image caption: A slating review on Trip Advisor featured a picture of slug on a towel in one of the rooms

    Guests at Beverley Guest House complained of rooms with "dust and muck all over", mouldy showers and blood-stained walls.

    One guest found mud inside a fridge and another found mouse droppings on a bed.

    Owner of 'worst ever' B&B fined £7k

    The guest house is located close to Beverley Minster

    Complaints included blood-stained walls, mouldy showers and mouse droppings on a bed.

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  6. Have you seen missing teenager Dylan Batty

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    Missing boy

    Police are asking for your help in finding a missing 14 year-old from Hull.

    Dylan Batty hasn't been seen for seven days.

    He was last seen in Perivale Close area of Hull wearing a blue puffa jacket.

    If you know where Dylan is you're being asked to call the 101 number.

  7. Bridlington Granddad guaranteed to win over $1m

    Jill Archbold

    BBC Look North

    John Hesp

    Bridlington Granddad John Hesp will win at least $1.4 million dollars at the World Series of Poker after the first session at the final table.

    The 64 year old amateur started in second position, but has dropped to fourth.

    Two finalists have been eliminated overnight in the race for the $8m first prize.

  8. Beverley bus station closed tonight for bike race

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    You'll have to get your bus from temporary bus stops near Beverley's bus station from 17:00 tonight because of the elite cycling race that's happening in the town.

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    Service 121, 122, 246, X21 and X46/X47 to Hull, 246 to Hornsea and 180/X80 to Cottingham/Hessle, will use a temporary stop on Manor Road, outside Sleeper's.

    Service 121 and 122 towards Molescroft/Scarborough and Sx6/X47 to York will use a temporary stop on Manor Road, outside the Health Centre.

    Three cyclists racing.

    The elite cycling event covers a 1.25km circuit through Beverley town centre with a section of the race going over the cobbles. Racing gets underway from 18:00.

  9. Weather: a brighter afternoon

    Owain Wyn Evans

    BBC Look East weather

    Here's a look at the weather for the rest of the day with me, Owain Wyn Evans:

    Video content

    Video caption: Lunchtime weather on Friday 21 July 2017
  10. Siemens helping special needs students into work

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    Anne is only the 4th student from her special school to get a paid job in the past 20 years.

    She's one of a number of young people with special educational needs and disabilities who's been involved in a unique programme at the Siemens wind turbine factory.

    From left, Jack Smith, Alex Storey, Ann Harrison, Jack Cuthbertson, Daniel Smith and Chris Bastiman at the Siemens Gamesa factory in Hull.
    Image caption: From left, Jack Smith, Alex Storey, Ann Harrison, Jack Cuthbertson, Daniel Smith and Chris Bastiman at the Siemens Gamesa factory in Hull.

    The company have also just revealed their new name - Siemens Gamesa.

    The long term project aims to help the students go from work placements, to internships, to paid employment.

    The scheme began back in January and Anne is the first student to get a permanent job.

  11. Fined for fly-tipping

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    A fridge and bath dumped among other rubbish on the roadside

    He dumped a fridge freezer and a bath at the side of the road and now Paul Jobling has to pay £2,500.

    Jobling, 44, of Nash Court in Hull pleaded guilty to fly-tipping at Beverley Magistrates court on Wednsday.

    He admitted being paid £125 to take rubbish away from a property in Hull.

    East Riding Council say people are responsible for disposing of their waste properly and legally, either by taking it to their local household waste recycling site, using the council's bulky waste collection service, or by hiring a licensed waste carrier.

  12. The Scunthorpe school children playing at the BBC Proms

    Lara King

    North East Lincolnshire reporter

    The BBC Proms at the Royal Albert Hall

    A group of children from North Lincolnshire will perform at the Royal Albert Hall this weekend.

    They're the only ones playing a piece they've composed themselves in a live BBC Proms Radio 3 broadcast on Sunday.

    The song was composed in Scunthorpe during workshops between the children and the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra.

  13. Sport: Hull City transfer news

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Fraizer Campbell

    New Hull City signing Fraizer Campbell has revealed that he turned down offers from the Premier League in order to re-sign for the Tigers.

    The former Cardiff City and Crystal Palace striker, who was pivotal to Hull City's historic 2008 promotion, has told the Hull Daily Mail that committing to a second spell at the KCOM was, 'an easy decision' to make.

    Meanwhile we're still waiting for confirmation of Liverpool midfielder Kevin Stewart's planned move to the club, as well as Andy Robertson's impending switch to Liverpool, both of which are expected to be announced later today.

  14. Multi-million selling band The Script to play Bridlington

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The Script performing in the BBC's Live Lounge

    The Irish pop band The Script have announced they'll be playing at the Bridlington Spa later this summer.

    The three-piece band who have sold more than 29m records will visit the seaside town on Monday the 28th of August.

  15. Sport: Scunthorpe United boss want Toney back

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Graham Alexander

    Scunthorpe United boss Graham Alexander remains interested in bringing Ivan Toney back to the club.

    The striker, who spent the second half of last season on loan at Glanford Park, is currently preparing for the new season at Newcastle United.

    Alexander says he doesn't think he is signed to anyone so could possibly be available.

  16. SATs test 'not fit for purpose'

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    There needs to be a rethink on SATs tests on the National Curriculum.

    That's according to the new Hull West and Hessle MP, who has recently been elected to the Education Select Committee.

    MP Emma Hardy

    Emma Hardy believes primary school assessments, known as SATs, are unreasonable and need to be changed.

    The Department for Education says it wants to establish a settled primary assessment for the long term and has recently carried out a public consultation in order to achieve this.

  17. East Park's splash boat opening to be delayed

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The splash boat in Hull's East Park

    Hull's Grade II listed Splash Boat has had to be closed.

    It's after routine maintenance found a number of issues on the structure.

    The attraction, which is based at the city's East Park was due to reopen for the summer but will now undergo a full structural assessment.

  18. Blood on the walls and mouse droppings on a bed

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    The owner of an East Riding B&B has been fined over £7,000 for falsely claiming to have a four-star rating.

    There were complaints the Beverley Guest House had dirty rooms, damp, mould and blood on the walls. One guest found mud inside a fridge and another found mouse droppings on the bed.

    John Dixon Hart who's 53 and from Keldgate in Beverley appeared at Beverley's magistrates' court on Wednesday.

    Beverley Guest House

    The owner of the Beverley Guest House, formerly known as Minster Garth, pleaded guilty to advertising and running a guest house below the minimum standards expected.

    Back in 2008 Minster Garth had been given a four-star rating by Visit England.

    Hart, who took over the business a few years later failed to renew the contract with Quality in Tourism/Visit England and continued to use the four-star rating without permission.