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Summary

  1. Some improvements at Lincolnshire hospitals, but still failing - Watchdog
  2. Compulsory redundancies at BAE will be 'kept to a minimum' - MP
  3. Thieves use digger to steal cash machine from North Lincolnshire Co-Op
  4. Two rescued from mud near North Bridge in Hull
  5. Worries over limited parking for tourists during Bridlington refurbishment
  6. Updates on Friday 13 October 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

    That's all from me for today and, indeed, this week.

    We'll be back on Monday morning from 08:00 with all the latest news, sport, weather and travel updates from across East Yorkshire and northern Lincolnshire.

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

  2. Weather: A mild weekend ahead

    Keeley Donovan

    Weather presenter, BBC Look North

    A rather cloudy and mild night with the winds slowly easing and a minimum temperature of about 16C (61F).

    Tomorrow there will be a cloudy start in places but it will become a dry and fine day with bright or sunny spells and a maximum temperature of 20C (68F):

    Weather graphic
  3. Watch: Nominate your unsung sporting hero

    There's only a week left for you to nominate your unsung hero of sport.

    Every year the BBC celebrates the work of volunteers who run sport or leisure clubs, so this is your chance to say thank you those unsung heroes:

    Video content

    Video caption: Here's how to nominate your Unsung Hero

    Last year's winner in our area was table tennis coach Sylvia Worth, who set up a club in village of Sancton, near Market Weighton.

    All you need to do is go to bbc.co.uk/unsunghero and you will find the form you need to fill in to nominate someone.

  4. Lincolnshire Skies calendar winners revealed

    David Sykes

    BBC Local Live, Lincolnshire

    The first three photos to be chosen for next year's Lincolnshire Skies calendar have been revealed:

    Cleethorpes Sunrise by Dave Wray

    The calendar raises money for the Lincolnshire and Nottinghamshire Air Ambulance, with the photographs being submitted from around the county.

    This year there were 130 entries, with a judging panel selecting the final 12 which will be in the calendar for 2018.

    A Room with a Ewe by Michelle Scott

    The rest of the winning photos will be revealed over the weekend.

    Morning Paddle by Zoe MacDonald
  5. Anti-social behaviour to be tackled in Grimsby

    Lara King

    North East Lincolnshire reporter

    Drunks and drug users have been causing problems in Grimsby town centre for months, shop and cafe owners in the town have said.

    Grimsby bus station.

    They say it's worst in the Riverhead area of town by the bus station and the police and council are now promising direct action.

    There are already Public Space Protection Orders in place in some parts of the town and police say they have issued 500 orders since they were introduced.

  6. Residents' anger over Broughton cash machine raid

    Victoria Holland

    BBC Look North

    People in a North Lincolnshire village say they're furious they're the latest community to lose their cash machine to thieves.

    The machine, at Broughton, near Brigg, was ripped from the wall of the local supermarket by thieves using a JCB at about 03:00 this morning.

    They damaged bollards as well as the building then the digger was abandoned.

    This afternoon, builders have been busy working to make the building safe:

    Workers at the Co-Op store in Broughton fixing a big hole in the wall.

    In Broughton, people have told me how much they rely on the village's only cash machine.

    Police say a dark car and a distinctive van with no roof were spotted near the scene.

    They're appealing for anyone with information to get in touch.

  7. Robbie Brady given go-ahead to play for Ireland

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Former Hull City winger Robbie Brady has been cleared to play in the Republic of Ireland's World Cup play-off after Fifa decided to take no action over an alleged clash with Wales defender Ashley Williams.

    Former Hull City winger Robbie Brady

    The governing body launched an investigation after television pictures appeared to show Brady's head colliding with Williams' back during Monday night's qualifier victory in Cardiff.

  8. Lincolnshire force pioneers online firearms registration

    Lincolnshire Police is to be the first force in the country to allow allow gun owners to register their firearms online.

    A computer shows the Firearms Licensing website

    It's estimated there are currently about 50,000 guns legally held by about 20,000 gun owners in Lincolnshire.

    Police say they hope the new system, which is expected to be up and running next month, will significantly reduce the time it takes to apply for, or renew, a licence.

    Marc Jones, Lincolnshire's Police and Crime Commissioner, says it'll be a much more efficient service:

    Quote Message: We can do robust checks just as we always have, but just in a more sensible, modern way." from Marc Jones Police and Crime Commissioner
    Marc JonesPolice and Crime Commissioner
  9. Car stolen in Hull burglary

    Have you seen a distinctive yellow Volkswagen Golf convertible which has been stolen in a burglary in Hull?

    It has soft black roof and its registration number is JR02 85Y.

    The car, as well as a laptop and a man's wristwatch, was stolen from a house on Glasgow Street last night.

    Anyone with information about the theft is being asked to contact police.

  10. Compulsory redundancies at BAE will be 'kept to a minimum' - David Davis MP

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    East Yorkshire Conservative MP David Davis has been to meet workers at the BAE site in Brough, days after the company announced 400 job cuts at the site.

    David Davis

    In total, 2,000 jobs will go across the company as part of a restructuring of the business under its new chief executive.

    Mr Davis, whose constituency includes the Brough BAE site, said it was an "important opportunity" for him to hear from those directly affected at what he called "an uncertain time".

    The MP said the government was working with BAE Systems to ensure compulsory redundancies are kept to a minimum and he was pleased that the firm had assured workers that job losses would be on a voluntary basis as far as possible:

    Quote Message: A Statement of Intent for the purchase of six Hawk aircraft has already been signed with the Qatari government... Any job losses are deeply regrettable and my thoughts go out to all those affected by the announcement." from David Davis Haltemprice and Howden MP
    David DavisHaltemprice and Howden MP
  11. Clear-up begins after Broughton cash-machine raid

    Victoria Holland

    BBC Look North

    Work has started to make safe the Co-Op building in Broughton, near Brigg, after thieves used a JCB digger to steal a cash machine from the wall overnight.

    Builders clearing away rubble and rebuilding the whole in the wall.

    Police are appealing for witnesses after a dark coloured car and a white van with no roof were seen speeding away from the scene.

    The digger used in the raid is believed to have been stolen from North Lincolnshire.

  12. Goosey Goosey gander, where will you wander? Fears over future of Gilberdyke's geese

    Sally Fairfax

    BBC Radio Humberside

    There are concerns over the future of a flock of geese who've lived in an East Yorkshire village for 20 year.

    A goose by a pond.

    People living in Gilberdyke say the parish council want to relocate the geese from the village pond.

    One villager says local residents aren't happy about the plan:

    Quote Message: The parish council's decided they want to re-home them somewhere else but... they have lived here 20 years and are very settled and liked and loved in the community. We're not quite sure why they want them moving." from Gilberdyke villager
    Gilberdyke villager

    We've been in touch with the parish council, but haven't yet had a response.

  13. Sport: Hull City team news

    BBC Humberside Sport

    Hull City striker Fraizer Campbell won't play against Norwich City tomorrow.

    Fraizer Campbell

    He's sidelined with a knee issue, Head Coach Leonid Slutsky gave us the latest:

    Quote Message: We hope he will be ready for the next match... It's the same problem, because he had an injury in the last match against Birmingham. He's much better but can't play tomorrow. from Leonid Slutsky Head Coach, Norwich City
    Leonid SlutskyHead Coach, Norwich City
  14. Thieves steal Broughton cash machine

    Caroline Brockelbank

    BBC Local Live

    A JCB digger has been used to steal a cash machine from Broughton, near Brigg.

    Hole in wall and a police car.

    It was taken from the Co-Op supermarket on the High Street in the early hours of this morning.

    The digger, which was stolen from North Lincolnshire tore a big hole in the side of the shop, before it was abandoned in a car park nearby.

    A dark coloured car and a white van with the roof missing were seen speeding away from the scene.

    Police are appealing for witnesses.

  15. Some improvements at Lincolnshire hospitals, but still failing - Watchdog

    The NHS trust which runs hospitals in Scunthorpe, Grimsby and Goole is still failing - but improvements have been made, according to inspectors.

    Hospitals in Grimsby, Scunthorpe and Goole

    The health watchdog the Care Quality Commission (CQC) revisited hospitals run by the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals Trust in June, after it was put into special measures earlier this year.

    Work is still needed to improve safety and management at Scunthorpe and Grimsby hospitals, but progress is being made, according to the CQC.

    In a statement, Dr Peter Reading, the trust's chief executive, says he's "pleased" the CQC has recognised improvements but admits there is "a long journey ahead of us".

  16. Christmas Dickensian festival cancelled in Bridlington

    This year's Bridlington Old Town Christmas Dickensian festival has been cancelled.

    Baubles on a Christmas tree.

    Organisers say it's because of fears the volunteers could be prosecuted if there was an accident.

    Bridlington Old Town Association says it hopes to revive the festival next year, with professional electricians installing lighting which is used to extensively used to illuminate the market stalls.

  17. Is a Yorkshire devolution deal dead?

    Gill Sennett

    BBC Local Live

    After a week of debate over the possibility of Yorkshire devolution, the Northern Powerhouse minister says a "One Yorkshire" deal isn't going to happen.

    Yorkshire flag and union flags

    Both Hull City Council and East Riding of Yorkshire Council have backed a deal for the full county, which would see more decisions made about things like transport funding made here rather than in London.

    Along with 15 other yorkshire councils, Barnsley and Doncaster have also backed that plan after initially favouring a separate deal for South Yorkshire, but Rotherham, Sheffield and Wakefield don't support it.

    Northern Powerhouse minister Jake Berry says because of that, a "One Yorkshire" deal isn't going to happen.