Doctors in Hull Encourage Patients To Be Prepared

NHS
August 25, 2015

Doctors in Hull are encouraging patients to be prepared for the upcoming bank holiday by understanding in which circumstances to access local health services and where to go for medical treatment. Dr Dan Roper, NHS Hull Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) chair said: “It’s important that people understand when and how to access appropriate medical care. We want our patients to be empowered in knowing when self-care is suitable and when…

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Hull Kingston Rovers Announce Offer Of Free Tickets to Fans

Hull Kingston Rovers Announce Offer Of Free Tickets to Fans
May 5, 2015

Hull Kingston Rovers have announced that they will offer fans who made the trip to Wigan to see a depleted Robins outfit crash to a 60-0 defeat free tickets to the Ladbrooks Challenge Cup tie on May 15th to thank them for their on-going support. Chris Chester who admitted on Friday night that what fans witnessed “was not a Hull KR performance” said he wanted to do his bit to…

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In Sickness And In Health With James Legal

A free seminar on how to deal with sickness in the workplace is taking place at the World Trade Centre on Thursday 26 February. Jade Nelson, business lawyer from James Legal will be talking local business owners through how it can affect the business and what can be done about it. Ms Nelson explains: “Here at James Legal we are inundated with questions regarding staff members being off work, on…

February 20, 2015
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Funding For Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries Opens For Bids

Funding For Yorkshire Bank Bike Libraries Opens For Bids
February 4, 2015

People are being encouraged to bid for funding to set up a Yorkshire Bank Bike Library to create the country’s first ever network of bike libraries. Following the launch of the scheme, community groups, charities and not for profit businesses from across Yorkshire are now being invited to make applications for funding to set-up a bike library. Successful applicants will receive funding to support them to set-up a library which…

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Godfrey Bloom Expresses Concerns Over EU Defence Force

Godfrey Bloom
September 9, 2013

Moves to form an EU-controlled military powerbase acting as a rival to Nato on strategic defence issues have been condemned by MEP Godfrey Bloom. “Under no circumstances must we be tied into an EU defence force or security strategy which places conditions on our troops and our military obligations,” said Godfrey Bloom, UKIP’s defence spokesman. “Members of the UK Armed Forces take an oath to The Queen and this country….

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Former Beverley Resident Admits Benefit Fraud

East Yorkshire Council
August 29, 2013

A former Beverley resident has received a criminal record after admitting benefit fraud. Samantha Corden, aged 22, formerly of Holme Church Lane, Beverkey, appeared before Hull Magistrates Court on Tuesday, 27th August 2013. She pleaded guilty to three offences relating to dishonestly failing to promptly notify a change in circumstances affecting her entitlement to housing benefit, council tax benefit and income support, contrary to Section 111A (1A) of the Social…

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GRIMSBY : Humberside Police Name Grimsby Girl Who Died

GRIMSBY : Humberside Police Name Grimsby Girl
June 11, 2013

Humberside Police have released the name of the four-year-old girl who died following an incident in Grimsby. Poppy Widdison who was just four years old and known also by the name of Poppy Pyke, of Ladysmith Road, Grimsby sadly died in the early hours of Monday 10th June at Sheffield Children’s Hospital after she was transferred to the hospital, following her admission to Grimsby Hospital with serious injuries on Sunday…

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Thieves target litters of new born puppies

A new breed of crime is on the rise, with litters of puppies being brazenly stolen from family homes across the UK and sold on to make easy money. Suspicious circumstancesSeven cocker spaniel …The post Thieves target litters of new born puppies appea…

May 21, 2013
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HULL : Puppies Stolen In Hull Burglary, Mickley Grove

Come And Celebrate Diversity With Humberside Police
May 14, 2013

Police are appealing for information following a burglary at a property on Mickley Grove in Hull on Saturday 11 May 2013. Sometime between 0100hrs and 0520hrs on Saturday 11 May 2013 someone entered the rear garden of the property on Mickley Grove and gained access to a wooden shed within the garden. The shed was being used by the householders as a home for an adult Cocker Spaniel bitch and…

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Open Day To Join The Council’s Apprenticeship Pool

East Yorkshire Council
May 1, 2013

Are you aged 16 years or over and looking for an apprenticeship? Then let East Riding of Yorkshire Council’s Employment and Skills Team boost your chances of finding an apprenticeship. The team is looking for suitably-motivated people to join their apprenticeship pool. The apprenticeship pool is for people who are applying for apprenticeships now, but struggling to get interviews. The team works with local employers who have apprentice vacancies and…

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HULL : Name Of Woman Who Died On Westbourne Avenue Released

HULL : Name Of Woman Who Died On Westbourne Avenue
April 15, 2013

Police have released the name of the woman who was found deceased at an address in Hull. The woman, who was found deceased in a flat in Westbourne Avenue on Saturday night has today been identified as Dawn Warburton aged 40. Dawn died of compression to her neck, and at this time her death is being treated as unexplained. A 39 year old man is still assisting police with enquiries…

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Pocklington Resident Given Criminal Record For Benefit Fraud

East Yorkshire Council
February 14, 2013

A Pocklington resident has received a criminal record after admitting benefit fraud. Sharon Goddard, aged 35, of Edward Street, Pocklington, appeared before Beverley Magistrates on Tuesday, 12th February 2013. She pleaded guilty to dishonestly failing to give a prompt notification of a change in circumstances affecting her entitlement to housing and council tax benefit, contrary to Section 111A(1A) of the Social Security Administration Act 1992. East Riding of Yorkshire Council investigators established that Mrs Goddard had…

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Graham Stuart : £30 Million Of Start-Up Loans Welcomed By MP

Graham Stuart
January 10, 2013

Graham Stuart, MP for Beverley and Holderness today welcomed an additional £30 million boost to Start-Up Loans to create thousands of new businesses, and help youngpeople find jobs in East Yorkshire. Graham Stuart said, “We still have a long way to go to rebalance our economy, but this is yet another step in the right direction by the Government. It is exactly this sort of action that has led to the creation of a million…

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FOOTBALL : Two Footed Challenge Leads To Police Investigation

Football
December 28, 2012

Police are investigating an allegation of assault, which occurred during a football game between 1100 and 1130hrs on Sunday 16 December 2012. The football match which was being played at the Noddle Hill Youth Centre on Noddle Hill Way, Bransholme was a league fixture between two local teams, Fenners and Biggin. A booking of a football player from the Biggin team resulted in that player becoming verbally aggressive and reportedly…

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