The Premier League is back in action after the World Cup-enforced break. As we inch closer to the midway point in the season, there will be more than a few worried faces in the stands across Yorkshire and the Midlands.
All the five Premier League sides from Yorkshire and the neighbouring Midlands have flattered to deceive this season.
Singapore is a relatively young gambling location, given that the nation’s government first authorized and implemented appropriate laws for gambling in 2005.
The island city-state draws throngs of affluent foreigners, mostly from neighbouring Asian countries like China and Indonesia. They inject millions of Singaporean dollars into the local economy every year despite their lack of expertise in the field.
When looking for a career we all have a list of boxes it needs to tick. For some of us, we need a role that fits around our families, for others, we need to feel like we are making a difference or maybe we need a job where every day is different. Is there a career that ticks all these boxes and more?
One of the region’s leading charities is hoping to raise funds from a series of festive giveaways as it launches its first virtual charity shop.
The Daisy Appeal’s ebay outlet, launched in 2022, gives supporters an easy way to raise money and dispose of unwanted items. Claire Levy, Fundraiser for the Daisy Appeal, said the eBay outlet has been very successful.
In light of the unprecedented demand for health and care services, this winter, health and care leaders in Humber and North Yorkshire are reminding people how they can get the help they need.
As a result of the high number of people waiting for hospital services, local people are being encouraged to use all alternative health services, including NHS111 online and local pharmacies, and to watch out for the health of their loved ones.
To save on their household energy bills next year, McCartney Stone, the UK’s leading manager and developer of retirement communities, is encouraging retirees in Beverley to reserve a new, energy-efficient, purpose-built retirement apartment at its Andrews Court Lifestyle Living development on Molescroft Road before Christmas.
Beverley Town Council is strongly opposed to the development of the former Minster Towers care home site on Lord Roberts Road.
According to the Town Council, while it appreciates the strategic importance of this site as the last major development site within the town centre, it is concerned about several elements of the proposal.
In response to the completion of the Strategic Outline Business Case for reestablishing the York to Hull rail link, Graham Stuart MP, a passionate campaigner for the line for many years, is encouraging residents to share their thoughts on the Minsters Line.
The next phase of the campaign for the new Line will be an Engineering Study that will show how it would be built so that the plan for the Line can be oven-ready.
STREAM events at East Riding Libraries focus on developing skills and interest in Science, Technology, Reading, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics for children and families. Learning through fun is the goal.
In the East Riding, several libraries will host events over the Christmas holidays:
This year, Dove House Hospice relies on community support to provide an extra special Christmas to patients and their families. Would you be able to make a donation today to help?
Patient Fliss of Dove House shared her story to show how much the hospice has helped her and to showcase areas of the hospice that people do not know about. Although Fliss has sadly passed away, her family wishes to continue sharing her story to support Dove House.
In the past year, Barratt Developments Yorkshire East has reported significant social, economic, and environmental contributions to the Yorkshire communities that it builds in. Accordingly, East Riding of Yorkshire is included in this, based on the development of the region.
Beverley Art Gallery’s popular Open Art exhibition is closing on Saturday, 7 January 2023, so don’t miss it.
This year’s selectors, Neil Helyard and Mimi Claughton, well-known Beverley artists and tutors, selected over 100 entries from local artists, reflecting many different styles. The entries to be displayed were selected over the course of two days.