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Hull City Council is turning several empty buildings into new homes, including a former care home which has been redeveloped into 18 new flats. It's thanks to a successful bid for £5m of empty homes funding from the government.
The authority has also set aside £75m for housing projects over the next few years, which will include building five hundred new council homes.
Councillors say the investment will boost the local economy and demonstrates that they're committed to regenerating parts of the city:
Serious RTC in Lincs on A1104 near Alford. Six casualties reported so far. Several ambulance resources sent including air ambulances.
16:35 - 2 Vehicle RTC - A1104 Snape Hill, Saleby. Alford, Mablethorpe, Skegness crews in attendance.
Mountain rescuers in North Yorkshire have come to the aid of a woman who collapsed at Malham Cove.
Rescuers say the walker, who is 70, was suffering chest pains.
She was treated by paramedics before being stretchered down to a team vehicle at the foot of the Cove.
She was then taken to the Nation Park Centre for transfer to an ambulance.
There are still long delays on the M1 southbound between junctions 28 and 29 after the carriageway reopened following a crash involving two lorries this morning.
The accident at 4.55am, south of Tibshelf, led to one of the drivers being airlifted to hospital in Sheffield with serious injuries.
The southbound carriageway was closed for 10 hours for the vehicles to be recovered and to allow police to carry out accident investigations.
Landowners and farmers in Yorkshire are calling for tougher action against fly-tippers who are blighting the countryside and threatening the safety of livestock.
Farmers say they often see an increase in the amount of waste left in the countryside at this time of year with rogue 'DIYers' and contractors dumping old material and rubbish instead of paying to take it to a tip:
#M1 southbound between J29 and J28 has fully reopened following an earlier incident. Long delays remain in the area however.
Serious RTC M1 s/bd 29-28. Recovery and clear up in operation. Diversion in place. Pls be patient & observe matrix... http://t.co/NL5JdC1nt9
Still working alongside Burrows to clear M1 29-28 s/bd RTC. Shouldn't be too long now http://t.co/qiK37xgkRv
A sherpa helping a team of climbers from a Sheffield expedition company has been killed after an avalanche on Mount Everest.
Another local sherpa with the group from Jagged Globe is in hospital, while another four guides have escaped without serious injuries.
The avalanche struck early in the morning as the Nepali guides went out to fix ropes for the climbers along the route to the 29,000ft summit.
The team of climbers from the UK were at base camp at the time and have been helping coordinate getting people down. They left the country at the start of April and were due to complete the challenge by the end of May.