An East Riding ward councillor has stepped in to set the record straight, and sing Molescroft’s praises after reports of antisocial behaviour emerged in social media and local newspapers, over the summer.
Humberside Police have released CCTV images of a person they are trying to locate following the theft of a bike.
The specialist bike was stolen from Beverley Town Centre. Police say there has been a possible sighting of the bike in Scarbrough
Residents are being urged by Humberside Police to ensure their homes are secure to make it tougher for would-be thieves.
Detective Inspector Simon Vickers says that during the summer the police see an increase in ‘sneak in’ burglaries during the summer months.
A business that has been transforming lives and communities internationally for nearly 25 years is planning to expand its work in the UK after setting up a Community Interest Company (CIC).
Agencia, which is based in East Yorkshire and has delivered over 450 contracts in 20 countries, sees the move as a key step towards accessing more funding to increase its support for charities, community groups, and other organisations.
Leading law firm Rollits LLP has announced the promotion of one of its specialist employment lawyers to Partner.
Caroline Neadley, who joined the firm in October 2017, steps up from the role of Associate having performed exceptionally well and contributed to all aspects of the employment team’s success.
As restrictions have started to be lifted, Humberside Police are asking for all drivers to carefully consider their mode of transport before and after a night of drinking.
Karl Pettitt (52), formerly of North Bar Without, Beverley, appeared in court following an extensive investigation by Humberside Police supported by the National Crime Agency into his criminal enterprise.
Humberside Police are supporting Operation Sceptre – the national campaign to tackle knife crime.
Op Sceptre aims to reduce the number of people, especially young people, carrying a weapon.
Matthew Grove has been selected by East Riding Liberal Democrats, to stand as their candidate in the South West Holderness Ward of East Riding Yorkshire Council on 6 May.
Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Keith Hunter has issued a statement in which he raises his concerns in relation to fraud.
He is calling for more clarity saying that any candidate the Conservative Party put forward can now not be trusted.
On Thursday 6 May 2021, Hull City Council local elections and the Humberside Police and Crime Commissioner (PCC) election takes place.
Residents in Hull have their chance to vote on who represents them in their local ward area, and who represents the Humberside area as Police and Crime Commissioner.
The Liberal Democrats are putting forward their Police and Crime Commissioner candidate Bob Morgan to stand in May’s election for the Humberside police top job.
Liberal Democrats are a strong, competent force across the region and Bob Morgan has real experience in local government and in local policing.
Officers investigating a burglary on The Meadows, Dunswell from Saturday 12 December 2020 would like to speak to the man shown in this CCTV image in connection with the incident.
Humberside Police say they are delighted following the news they have been shortlisted in The Public Sector Transformation Awards 2021.
Humberside Police were successfully shortlisted as one of 3 finalists for the award of UK Police Service of the Year.
It is with an incredibly heavy heart that Humberside Police have announced the cancellation of Lifestyle for a second year running.
Lifestyle has been running for over 30 years and has seen our young people come together to give back to their local communities during their summer holidays.
Keith Hunter, the current Police & Crime Commissioner, launched his campaign for re-election. Helping to launch Keith’s re-election campaign
Humberside Police are appealing for help to locate the next of kin of Peter Ward.
The 78-year-old died at his home on Morton Lane in Beverley on Sunday 14 February.
Councillors have agreed to increase the council’s part of the council tax charge in the East Riding by 3.49% for the 2021/22 financial year.
At a Full Council meeting on Thursday, 11 February, councillors voted against the proposed 4.99% increase, which had been allowed by the Government without having to hold a referendum, but for the lower figure which will raise £4.9million of additional income for the council and will result in an increase of £52.43 a year for a Band D property.