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Summary

  1. Hull woman remanded on murder charge
  2. Food and drink festival begins in city
  3. Murder inquiry in Hull after man's death
  4. Teenager cyclist injured in accident as car driver fails to stop
  5. Updates on Friday 11 August 2017

Live Reporting

By Kimberley Metcalfe

All times stated are UK

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  1. Five things we learned today

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Have a great weekend. We'll be back on Monday with all the latest news, sport, travel and weather across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.

    In the meantime, here are five things we didn't know this morning:

    1. Hull's food and drink festival begins
    2. Hull murder inquiry after man's death
    3. Acrobatic extravaganza comes to Hull
    4. Tata fined £1m in toxic gas escape case
    5. Fetuli Talanoa set for 100th Hull FC game at St Helens
  2. Your headlines this evening

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Here are the latest headlines from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire:

    • Tata Steel has been fined £1m after pleading guilty to an incident which left employees in Scunthorpe exposed to toxic gases
    • A murder investigation is underway after a 35 year-old man who suffered serious injuries at a property in Hull on Tuesday died
    • Blue badge holders could be banned from parking in parts of Driffield
  3. Listen: Free childcare 'not financially sustainable' for nurseries in the region

    Sarah Sanderson

    Political Reporter East Yorkshire and Lincolnshire

    There are concerns that 30 hours of free childcare won't be financially sustainable for nurseries across East Yorkshire and Northern Lincolnshire.

    The government initiative is aimed at helping working parents but the Voice union for education professionals says childcare providers could lose out in the long-term.

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    Video caption: Education unions say 30 hours free will come at a cost.
  4. Fetuli Talanoa set for 100th Hull FC game at St Helens

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    Video caption: Winger recalls his best moments in black and white
  5. Watch: Your weather this evening

    Keeley Donovan

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    Tending to dry up this evening but staying cloudy for much of the night.

    A minimum temperature of 13C (55 Deg F).

    Watch my full forecast.

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    Video caption: Keeley Donovan has your afternoon and weekend forecast.
  6. BreakingMurder accused remanded after court appearance

    Victoria Holland

    BBC Look North

    A woman has appeared in court charged with murder following the death of a woman who was assaulted on a street in Hull.

    Joanne Hemingway, 39, died after an incident on Beverley Road on the 29 June.

    Angela Burkitt, aged 53, of Beverley Road, Hull, is charged with murder and witness intimidation.

    She'll next appear in court on 27 October.

  7. The Yorkshire Regiment welcomes five men from Hull

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    The Yorkshire Regiment says having five men from Hull and East Yorkshire joining the army at the same time is good for morale.

    Some of the new recruits have been meeting the Lord Mayor of Hull this lunchtime before their basic training starts on Sunday.

    The regiment has previously been deployed to places such as Afghanistan and Germany.

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    Video caption: Some of the new recruits have been meeting the Lord Mayor of Hull.
  8. Purge on bad parking by disabled badge users in Driffield

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Officials are cracking down on blue badge owners who have been blocking the streets in Driffield.

    Enforcement officers and police visited the town yesterday.

    A spokeswoman for Driffield Town Council said it had been a problem near B&M and Wilko's with buses struggling to get through.

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  9. Your headlines this afternoon

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Here are the latest headlines from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire:

  10. Everything looks better in colour

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Have a look at this lovely picture tweeted by the University of Hull, doesn't it look stunning in the sunshine?

    It's great seeing your pictures from around the region, if you're out and about today, get snapping and email them to me here.

    View more on twitter
  11. Acrobatic extravaganza comes to Hull

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Preparations are underway for this weekend's acrobatic circus in Hull.

    The event called Epicycle will see internationally acclaimed french circus artists fly through the skies at West Park in Hull.

    Those involved say it promises to be a spectacular display.

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    Video caption: Internationally renowned acrobats and aerial artists will be in West Park this weekend.
  12. Take a look at this afternoon's weather

    BBC Weather

    A dry start, but cloud and outbreaks of rain will spread quickly southeast through the morning.

    Rain will continue through the afternoon, especially over western hills, but with some drier and perhaps brighter intervals in the east.

    Becoming breezy, highs of 18C.

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  13. BreakingTata Steel ordered to pay one million pounds

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    A court has decided that Tata Steel has to pay £1m after pleading guilty to an incident which exposed workers to toxic gas.

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  14. Court to decided on Tata Steel punishment

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Tata Steel will discover their punishment later after they pleaded guilty to an incident which left employees in Scunthorpe exposed to toxic gases.

    In June 2011 four people were exposed to the toxic gases at the Appleby Coke Ovens.

    A judgement is due at Hull Crown Court today.

    Tata steel
  15. BreakingHull murder inquiry after man's death

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    A murder inquiry has begun after a man died following an altercation on Tuesday evening.

    Police were called to an incident between two men, known to each other, at a property on Lee Street.

    Kabelo Sam Mokoena, aged 35, was taken to hospital but died yesterday. The cause of death has not yet been established.

    A 58-year-old man has been arrested and questioned.

    He was later released on bail and the inquiry continues.

    Quote Message: My team are speaking to residents in the area to establish the full circumstances that led to Kabelo sustaining his injuries, whilst also providing community reassurance." from Detective Chief Inspector Tony Cockerill
    Detective Chief Inspector Tony Cockerill
  16. Teenager cyclist hit by car

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses after a 16-year-old boy was knocked off his bike by a car.

    It happened between Guildford Avenue and Gillshill Road in Hull on Monday evening. The driver failed to stop after.

    The boy broke his ankle and was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary.

  17. Hull's food and drink festival begins

    Kimberley Metcalfe

    BBC Local Live

    Hull's annual food festival begins today.

    This year's YUM festival is bigger and has more stalls than previous years.

    The event is being held in Queens Gardens for the next two days, and will have independent traders, street food and other activities.

    Kathryn Shillitoe from Hull BID is one of the organisers.

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    Video caption: The 'Yum' festival will be bigger than ever.
  18. Your headlines this morning

    Richard Madden

    BBC Radio Humberside

    Here are the latest headlines from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire:

    • A court will decided on the punishment for Tata Steel today after they pleaded guilty to an incident which exposed workers to toxic gases
    • Concerns raised that 30 hours free childcare won't be financially sustainable for nurseries across East Yorkshire & Northern Lincolnshire
    • Hull's annual food festival 'Yum' begins today