Players in Hull are being urged to check and double-check their unique EuroMillions UK Millionaire Maker code for the chance to become an instant millionaire.
The search is on to find the owner of the winning ticket which was bought in Hull. For every EuroMillions line played, UK players automatically receive a Millionaire Maker code printed on their ticket. The winning code on 10 July was VCY513088 and the lucky ticket-holder has until Wednesday 6 January, 2016 to claim their prize.
If no-one comes forward with the winning ticket before the prize claim deadline, then the prize money, plus all the interest it has generated, will go to help National Lottery-funded projects across the UK.
A National Lottery spokesperson said: “We’re desperate to find this mystery ticket-holder and unite them with their winnings – this amazing prize could really make a huge difference to somebody’s life."
Bradford’s latest retail centre, The Broadway Bradford, opens in one hundred days. To mark the countdown, Bradford Council has released timelapse footage of the site's construction.
The £260 million development, the largest UK retail centre to launch this year, will open on Thursday 5 November ahead of the Christmas rush.
The 570,000 sq ft centre, which will create 2,500 new retail jobs upon opening, will be the largest retail centre in the country to open in 2015.
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“After a lot of hard work and support from the Bradford community, we are now just 100 days away from opening our doors to the public for the very first time. The exclusive time lapse footage shows just how far we’ve come and it’s really exciting to see it all come together. Not only will the centre provide an unrivalled retail environment for shoppers in Bradford and the surrounding areas, but it will also deliver a significant boost to the local and regional economy whilst continuing to attract inward investment for the City’s regeneration. We are looking forward to welcoming the community through our doors on November 5.”
A 22 year old businessman from Leeds can't believe his luck after pocketing the top prize on £100,000 Red Scratchcard from National Lottery Gamestore.
""Management often gives us little incentives, like scratchcards, for doing small tasks well... a few members of the team have won £10 here or there, but no-one's ever hit the jackpot before!"
A 69-year-old grandmother from Halifax is celebrating after scooping £4.3 million on the Lottery. Jane Lewis, a retired seamstress who has five children and 11 grandchildren, has played the same numbers since Lotto began.
But she decided to break her normal routine when she bought a Lucky Dip from the Sowerby Bridge Tesco store because she got a 'good feeling' about it. After her win, she caught a bus to town and bought a pair of slippers she had been saving for. She now hopes to buy her own home.
Victoria Whittam has been to meet Jane:
Tata Steel UK says it's approached the conciliation service ACAS to try to resolve a pension dispute wth its workforce.
The company has sites across the North East, at Hartlepool, Skinningrove, Lackenby, Darlington, York and Blaydon.
A one day strike is planned for later this month. Tata says it's facing a projected shortfall of more than £2 billion pounds this year. The Unite union says it's provoking the biggest crisis in the steel industry for a generation.
Staff on Scunthorpe's neonatal intensive care unit (NICU) are holding their annual reunion today and inviting any parent who has spent time on the unit to go along, no matter how long ago.
The drop-in event is being held at Frodingham Community Centre, in Rowland Road, between 1pm and 3pm. Staff nurse Kerry Grimbleby, who has organised the event, said:
"Those that have spent more than two weeks on the unit since our last reunion have been sent an invite. It is a chance for us to see how parents, families and their little ones are getting on. We build bonds with families during their stay on NICU so it is always nice to hear from them once they leave us."
Protestors took to the streets today in support of a charity whose funding has been slashed by Lincolnshire County Council.
Homestart says more than 500 vulnerable families could be affected by the cut, but the local authority says it faces difficult financial decisions, and has had no choice.
Doncaster Council has made £1.5 million available for the National Rail College development in the town.
Capital funding of £1.1 million will be put towards pre-construction preparation, including detailed design work and surveys to support the planning application. That money will be returned to the council when government grant funding is secure later this year.
In addition, £400,000 has been approved for the development of the curriculum and developing opportunities for people in the area to access the college when it is up and running.
The College is fundamental to the rail sector's future and Doncaster is right at the heart of it. I am committed to driving our economy forward and the National College of High Speed Rail will continue to do just that. It will enable our existing world-class rail companies to flourish and be a magnet for attracting new private sector investment. This combination of benefits will in turn deliver high quality jobs and sustained economic growth for residents across the borough and wider Sheffield City Region. It is tremendous news that such good progress is being made with this key project.
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A project to introduce an electronic toll system on the Humber Bridge is facing setbacks.
Work began on the multi-million pound project three years ago and was due to be completed this spring.
However, since the toll fee was reduced, there's been an increase in the number of people crossing the bridge - leading to delays.
Helen Steel reports: