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Live Reporting

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  1. Police appeal over serious collision near Burstwick

    A motorist suffered life threatening injuries when he crashed off the road near an East Yorkshire village, rolling his car a number of times.

    Burstwick

    The driver suffered neck and chest injuries after the serious collision on Hariff Lane near to Burstwick at about 21:45 last night.

    He was taken to hospital while a passenger in the car sustained minor injuries, no other vehicles were involved and Humberside Police are now appealing for witnesses to come forward.

  2. 'County lines' police arrest driver on M62 near Gilberdyke

    A driver was arrested after police stopped a vehicle 'linked to county lines drugs supply" on the M62 near Gilberdyke.

    Humberside Police say the man was arrested after a "positive drugs wipe," with further enquiries being carried out:

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  3. Missing Hull man may have travelled to South Yorkshire

    A man who went missing from Hull yesterday, could have travelled to South Yorkshire, police say.

    Scott Braithwaite

    Police are concerned about the welfare of Scott Braithwaite and say he may have travelled to the Barnsley area.

    Humberside Police are appealing for help finding him and want to hear from anyone who knows where he is.

  4. Jarrod Bowen equals Hull City successive home goals record

    Hull City striker Jarrod Bowen equaled the club record of scoring in seven successive home games after he was awarded a goal in the recent 2-1 victory over Millwall.

    The dubious goal committee ruled the 22-year-old had opened the scoring in the home win last month and he could now break the record when Queens Park Rangers visit the KCOM Stadium later this month:

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  5. Hull City wishes happy International Women's Day to fans

    Hull City today wished a happy International Women's Day to fans of the club.

    The Tigers posted a series of pictures on Twitter showing women supporting the club:

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  6. Push for more women in East Yorkshire's wind industry

    More women from East Yorkshire could be employed in the green energy sector, as the government tries to double the number of women working in the offshore wind industry.

    Wind farm

    Ministers have set targets with energy companies to make sure 33% of the workforce is female by 2030 with the figure currently standing at just 16%.

    Councillor Daren Hale, deputy leader of Hull City Council, said: “We welcome the focus on increasing the number of highly skilled workers in the sector and also the aim to attract more women into the workforce."

  7. Police seize £2,500 of heroin and crack in Bridlington

    Police seized more than 250 wraps of heroin and crack cocaine, with an estimated street value of £2,500, in Bridlington today.

    Wraps seized by police

    Officers found £450 in cash as well as drugs, described as "divided into bags thought to be ready for distribution" when they raided an address on Fort Terrace this morning.

    Humberside Police say a man and woman are in custody after being arrested on suspicion of possessing a class A drug with intent to supply.

  8. One Yorkshire Conference explores region's future

    Politicians and business leaders are attending a conference in Leeds to discuss how to bring more powers to Yorkshire.

    Yorkshire rose

    It comes after the CBI business group confirmed its support for a Yorkshire-wide Mayor, an idea the Prime Minister has refused to back.

    Theresa May said the scheme didn't fit with the government's criteria and a devolution deal for South Yorkshire must come first.

    Northern Powerhouse minister, Jake Berry, says there's nothing stopping separate areas of Yorkshire working together after getting more powers.

    Organisers of the One Yorkshire Conference say it aims to "explore Yorkshire’s place in a post-Brexit economy and how devolution to the region ensures it plays its full part in driving future prosperity for the North and the UK."

  9. Hull Trains urge customers to put faith back in company

    The boss of Hull Trains has urged customers to put their faith back in the company following several problems with its existing fleet of trains last year.

    Louise Cheeseman said: "I'm anticipating that we will be the best train operating company in the UK come November."

    She was speaking as one of the firm's new trains arrived at Hull Paragon Station this earlier today:

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