There have been calls today for a better strategy to promote toursim in the region.
Much of the focus for the region's seaside resorts remains on attracting visitors all year round.
Skegness is getting a new aquarium and in Bridlington £25m is being spent on a new leisure centre. The next phase of work on the development began today as Fiona Dwyer reports.
A 24-year-old man is in hospital with life-threatening injuries after a crash on Flamborough Road in Bridlington in the early hours of the morning. His car left the road and collided with trees, coming to rest in a ravine. He is currently being treated at Hull Royal Infirmary. The 27-year-old passenger received minor injuries and has now been released from hospital. The B1255 is closed to allow the scene to be examined and diversions are in place.
Structural engineers are examining a building after a man was killed by falling masonry.
The 61-year-old man died after the building collapsed on Cliff Road in Bridlington.
A police cordon is expected to remain in place and the road closed until further notice for safety reasons.
A post mortem examination of the man who died will be carried out later.
The man who died after part of a building collapsed on him in Bridlington has been identified by police as Robert Young.
It happened on Cliff Street at around 1pm on Monday when masonry fell from the building to the pavement below, also damaging a car. The 61-year-old was rushed to hospital from the scene but later died.
A man is in hospital after being hit by falling masonry in Bridlington.
It happened around 1pm today (Monday October 6) on Cliff Street in the town.
Emergency services are at the scene. A cordon is in place and nearby roads have been closed.
CCTV cameras are to be installed in toilets at a Bridlington high school after some pupils complained of feeling "vulnerable" there.
Parents of the thousand plus pupils at the Headlands School were asked for their views before it was agreed to go ahead with installing the system.
The school says it follows incidents of vandalism, smoking and intimidation in and around the toilet areas but stresses the cameras will not infringe upon student privacy within cubicles.
Detectives investigating the murder of man in Bridlington four weeks ago are appealing for the public's help.
39-year-old Graham White was injured on Sewerby Road after a disturbance in the early hours of 27 August. The disturbance was isolated incident involving two groups of people who were known to one another at an address on Sewerby Road. Following the incident six men (aged between 22 and 47) and a 14-year-old boy were arrested and subsequently released on police bail pending further enquiries
The investigation into Graham White’s murder is still on-going. The Major Incident Team have spoken to a number of witnesses in the area at the time of the disturbance and many lines of enquiry are being pursued. I would like to personally appeal to anyone else with information about the murder or the disturbance to call the police. No matter how insignificant you think your information is we want to speak to you, as you may hold the key to helping to identify those responsible for killing Mr White.
Police have been asked to investigate a family's claim of a cover-up over medical records relating to the birth and death of a Thalidomide baby, more than fifty years ago.
Keith and Shirley Hudson have only recently discovered the last resting place of their baby boy, who was born in December 1962 with physical deformities caused by the morning sickness drug
But they were distressed they couldn't find a birth or death certificate and Mrs Hudson's GP files make no mention of the boy's birth in Bradford, or even prescription of the drug. The family, now living in East Yorkshire, has reported what they believe is a theft of medical records to West Yorkshire Police.
“This is a tragic and sad case and our hearts go out to Mr and Mrs Hudson on their on-going grief. I can confirm that all maternity records are destroyed under confidential conditions 25 years after the birth of the last child in line with Department of Health rules and the Data Protection Act.
“We acknowledge that back in the 1960s attitudes and practices within the NHS were very different and the way we care for bereaved parents has changed profoundly over the last 52 years. All staff recognise that to lose a baby - atany point in pregnancy- is traumatic.
“We ensure that parents are now given clear, sensitive and honest information about their baby’s passing so that they can remain in control and are supported in their own decisions about what happens to them and their baby.
“Parents are now encouraged to name their baby because it allows them to remember and refer to their child more easily as they grieve.
“We also have special maternity suites where parents can spend time with the baby, take family pictures, make mementos such as hand and footprints and gather together items like name bracelets, cot cards and anything else that will remind them of their child.
“We employ a specialist bereavement support midwife who can offer parents counselling or who can put them in touch with excellent organisations, such as SANDS, who offer specialist help and support.
“We know that in 2014 the NHS is a more compassionate and caring place for parents who have lost babies or whose babies are born with disabilities.
“We take comfort that we have been able to help reunite Mr and Mrs Hudson with their son’s final resting place and we mourn with them today on their sad loss all those years ago.”
"We are not aware that we have been formally approached yet by Mr and Mrs Hudson about the sad death of their baby boy.
There is now a much better understanding of how to support grieving families than there was in the 1960s.
This progress does not however help Mr and Mrs Hudson and their daughter, or help them to deal with their experiences. Now that their story has been brought to our attention, we will do all we can to help the family get answers to their questions."
Humberside Police have launched a murder investigation following the death of a 39 year-old Bridlington man this morning.
In the early hours, police were called to a disturbance at a house on Sewerby Road and found a man with a life threatening wound. The ambulance service were in attendance but the man died as a result of his injuries at the scene. Four men have been arrested in Seaton, near Hornsea, on suspicion of murder - a 27-year-old, a 22-year-old, and a 37-year old, who are in police custody, and a 47-year-old who is currently receiving treatment at HRI for injuries sustained during the incident.
A man accused of murdering Bridlington landlady Bei Carter has made his first appearance at Hull Crown Court.
John Heald, 53, is charged with the murder of Bei Carter of the Morayland guest house in Bridlington on July 18. He is also charged with 10 offences of rape in South Yorkshire in July.
Mr Heald, of Foljambe Road, Rotherham, made a 15-minute appearance before Judge Jeremy Richardson, QC this morning.
The case was fast-tracked from East Riding Magistrates’ Court under the system for serious case.
Grey-haired Heald wore a blue sweat shirt and blue trousers and was watched by two G4S security guards in the dock of court four during the hearing. He left the court talking to his barrister Steve Smith.
Senior Crown advocate Phillip Evans told the court: “It is necessary to set a timetable for the advancement of this case.”
He said the Crown would disclose its case by October 10 and the defence should give notification of its witnesses by October 21. He said a plea and case management hearing would take place on October 31.
Mrs Evans said a trial date of January 27 had been suggested by the court, but the custody time limit would expire on January 25. The trial is expected to last 10 days.
Barrister Steve Smith, for Mr Heald said senior London-based counsel had been instructed to represent Mr Heald in the trial.