Hull Royal Infirmary has been praised for its IVF success rate, which is twice the national average.
Promising young footballer George Coope has inherited Hypertrophic Cardiomyopathy which causes the heart muscle to thicken.
Hull and East Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust has published a response to reports about the future of Hull Royal Infirmary.
The battle to free six former soldiers from a notorious Indian jail suffered another setback today after the courts once again delayed a decision on whether to let the men out on bail.
The men, including two from East Yorkshire, were working for a security firm when the ship they were on was seized by coastguards for straying into Indian waters last October.
UK lawyers say the adjournment is not unexpected and remain confident of getting them out of prison.
But for the men and their families today's news comes as another blow in their fight to have them freed.
Gregg Easteal reports from Chennai:
They are usually more at home in the snow and ice of the Antarctic but five penguins are now settling in to their new home in the centre of Hull.
The quintet of gentoo penguins are the latest exhibit at The Deep and visitors got to see them for the first time this morning.
Calendar reporter James Webster was there to see their excited reactions ... both the visitors' and the birds'!
There is growing concern among farmers after hearing that some may not be eligible for a slice of ten million pounds of Government money to help recover from the December tidal flood.
Last month the Prime Minister announced the Farming Recovery Fund for all farmers affected by the wettest winter on record - aimed to help all those struggling to get back on their feet.
But information has emerged that the money will not be available if work has already started on repairing damage. The National Farmers Union say they are now lobbying the government - hoping it changes its mind. Matt Price reports
The Deep's Chief Executive likened his feelings at the opening of his new penguin enclosure to that of a proud new father. Colin Brown says he hopes the exhibit helps people understand more about the birds' needs and raises awareness of the threats their natural habitat can face.
Around 60 children from Little Weighton Rowley Primary School were the first to visit the new penguin enclosure. They ran down the corridor to catch their first glimpse of the birds along with their headteacher Susie Varley. The pupils then told us what they thought of the penguins:
:: Gentoo penguins are the third largest penguin species reaching 80cm and up to 8kg when fully grown.
:: They are listed as 'near threatened' on the International Union for Conservation of Nature's red list of threatened species.
:: It is estimated there are 387,000 breeding pairs.
:: The gentoo penguins are found on the islands around the Antarctic and Sub Antarctic and on the Antarctic Peninsula including the Falklands.
:: Gentoos spend most of their time preening to maintain the oily condition of their feathers.
:: They can breed from as young as 1 year old.
:: Gentoos tend to nest on flat, low-lying beaches gathering up to 1700 stones to build it.
:: They lay a clutch of two eggs at a time, usually two to four days apart.
:: During incubation the parents take turns to sit on the nest while the other collects food.
:: Adult penguins moult once a year.
:: While moulting the penguins cannot go to sea to find food and they look scruffy as all their feathers drop out.
:: Penguins are vulnerable to disturbance by tourism and oil spills, climate change and fishing.
One of the keepers in charge of looking after The Deep's new penguin enclosure says she tells the birds apart by remembering their personalities and habits. Four are named after the Teenage Mutant Hero Turtles, (Leonardo, Donatello, Michaelangelo and Raphael) and the other is called Fiona.
Aquarist Emma Burdon has been telling us how each bird has settled into its new home at its own pace:
Gentoo penguins are known for their inquisitive nature. When we placed a small camera in their new enclosure at The Deep in Hull they were quick to come over and investigate what it was. Some tried to eat it, others pushed it over and one seemed to be trying to reposition it to get a better video!
Note: This video has no commentary and just the sound of the penguins in their enclosure.
The first five gentoo penguins have moved into their new home at The Deep in Hull, the culmination of around three years of preparation. Curator Katy Duke has been part of the team designing their new enclosure and says she is pleased to see the birds using all its different areas as they hoped.
An investigation is underway after thieves escaped with 4ft ornamental chimney! It was stolen from a front garden of a house in Crofts Hill in Flamborough.
The chimney which had sat in situ for the past 25 year was originally cream in colour but had weathered over the years. Police say the thieves would have had to use a vehicle to take it away due to its weight. The theft happened overnight Monday 24th February.
"Although this appears to be the only garden theft in the area, anyone with ornaments in their gardens are asked to try to secure them in some way or mark them with your postcode or another significant marker which would detract the thief from taking your property. "
Spokesman, Humberside police