A new campaign has started to encourage fishermen to be vigilant during what is traditionally the deadliest month of the year.
The RNLI say more fishermen die in January than any other month and have released a series of videos promoting safety in the trade.
The films give practice advice on keeping boats stable and hope to reduce the chances of fishermen getting into difficulties at sea.
Detectives investigating the disappearance of Bridlington man Damion Vernon have released two new images of him.
32-year-old Damion was last seen on 8 December and it is thought he may have travelled to Wakefield to buy a car.
He is described as white, 6ft tall with a slim build and short wavy light brown hair.
We are growing increasingly concerned about Damion. He has not been in contact with his family over Christmas and his disappearance is very out of character.
By releasing these two images, taken as he went into a bank in Bridlington at 1415hrs on Monday 8 December, we are hoping that members of the public are aware of how Damion looked when he was last seen.
It is believed that he may have left the Bridlington area but we have had no sightings of him after the 8 December.
We are appealing for anyone who has seen Damion after the 8 December to contact us as a matter of urgency.
Police are renewing an appeal to find a father of two from Bridlington who has been missing since Monday 8 December.
32 year-old Damion Vernon was last seen in Wakefield and has not been in touch with friends or family since his disappearance.
Police are keen to find any information about Damion, or anyone who believes they may have seen him on the day he went missing.
Police are continuing to search for a father of two from Bridlington who went missing eight days ago.
Damion Vernon left the resort a week last Monday to borrow a car - but he hasn't returned home.
His family is sick with worry as Damion needs medication and has never been missing before. They've made a desperate appeal for help in tracing him. Helen Steel reports.
The family of a missing man from Bridlington say they're distraught at the thought of a Christmas without him.
Damion Vernon, who's receiving treatment for mental health issues, went missing last Monday after travelling to Wakefield to buy a car. His family says it's completely out of character and his children are missing him.
His brother Aaron and mother Margaret Fox have been speaking to ITV Calendar.
The fiance of Damion Vernon who has been missing from his home in Bridlington for more than a week has released new photographs of him in an effort to find him.
The 32-year-old was reported missing last Tuesday, but was last seen in Wakefield on Monday 8 December.
Mr Vernon’s disappearance is said to be out of character and he has not been in touch with his family or friends.
Police say they are becoming concerned for a missing Bridlington man who has not been seen for a week. Damion Vernon was last seen in Wakefield but has not been in touch with friends or family.
Police are appealing for information about the whereabouts of a man missing from his home in Bridlington.
Damion Vernon, 32, of Headlands Close in Bridlington, was last seen in Wakefield on Monday, December 8.
He is described as white, 6ft tall with a slim build and short wavy light brown hair. It is not known what he is currently wearing.
Humberside Police say Mr Vernon’s disappearance is out of character and he has not been in touch with his family or friends.
A Coastal Flood Alert is in force for the high tides this evening in Bridlington. Due to strong south-westerly winds, wave overtopping is expected to particularly affect Bridlington South Pier at the following times; between 4:30 pm and 10 pm tomorrow evening.
A man accused of murdering a Bridlington landlady in her own home has today pleaded not guilty at Hull Crown Court. 53-year-old John Heald , who's from Rotherham, denies murdering Bei Carter at the Morayland Guest House on 18th July. He also pleaded not guilty to three charges of rape on a named woman – not Mrs Carter. Heald was remanded in custody and is due to go in trial in January