The Beverley tennis star set up a US Open showdown with Novak Djokovic by beating American John Isner to reach the fourth round.Read the full story ›
Kyle Edmund hailed the greatest win of his career after he stunned 13th seed Richard Gasquet in the first round of the US Open.Read the full story ›
Kyle Edmund has clinched the biggest win of his career at the US Open.
The tennis star from Beverley, East Yorkshire, beat 13th seed Richard Gasquet in straight sets at Flushing Meadows.
Edmund dropped just seven games on his way to a 6-2 6-2 6-3 win.
He will face Lukas Lacko or Ernesto Escobedo in round two.
Beverley tennis star Kyle Edmund has made it through to the second round of the men's singles tournament at the Rio Olympics.
He beat Australia's Jordan Thompson six - four, six - two.
A man has appeared in court charged with the murder of Fiona Southwell on a rural farm in East Yorkshire.
Daniel Edwards, 21, appeared at Beverley Magistrates' Court, after being arrested in connection with the 60-year-old's murder.
Sporting a full light-grey tracksuit, with mousey brown hair and a dark brown moustache, Edwards said nothing but "yeah" to confirm his name and address during a short preliminary hearing.
The defendant did not enter a plea and stared ahead as Judge Fred Rutherford told the him the case would be sent to Hull Crown Court.
Edwards was arrested last Friday after police discovered the body of Fiona Southwell on a farm in Seaton.
He faces a single charge of murder and was remanded in custody. He will appear at Hull Crown Court on Friday July 22.
Wimbledon champion Andy Murray has heaped praise on Beverley's tennis ace Kyle Edmund after he was instrumental in helping Great Britain reach the semi finals of the Davis Cup.
The 21 year old dominated proceedings in both of his singles ties over the course of the weekend, clinching victory against Serbia with a straight sets win over Dusan Lajovic yesterday.
After the match Murray said he saw no reason why Edmund could not make it to the very top of the game.
A 72-year-old man from Beverley has become the first in the country to leave hospital on the same day as his hip replacement surgery.Read the full story ›
Work is getting underway on a £5m scheme to amalgamate a Beverley primary school’s infant and junior schools into a brand new building.Read the full story ›
The sisters of a man who took his own life have climbed Ben Nevis in a bid to raise awareness of suicide in young people.Read the full story ›
Three carers have pleaded guilty to neglecting an elderly care home resident at Keldgate Manor Care Home in Beverley.
Tracy Priestley, Sophie Hinchsliff and Danielle Snowden who were caught on camera mocking the vulnerable old lady, were sentenced at Hull Crown Court today.
Tracy Priestley was given a 12 month community order, and ordered to carry out 240 hours of unpaid work. A curfew from 9pm to 7am was also imposed.
Sophie Hinchsliff was given a 12 month community order, and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work. She was also told to pay £1500 in compensation.
Danielle Snowden was given a 12 month community order, and ordered to carry out 200 hours of unpaid work. She was also told to pay £1500 in compensation.
“This was a deeply distressing case, in which a vulnerable, elderly lady was cruelly mocked and made fun of by those charged with her care. This lady and her family had every right to expect that she would be treated with care, dignity and respect. Her three carers profoundly abused this trust. I hope the fact that these three defendants have now pleaded guilty is of some comfort to her family. This prosecution emphasises that this type of cruel behaviour, especially when perpetrated against one so vulnerable will not be tolerated in our society.”