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Two wind farm projects in our region have been scrapped, after developers have withdrawn their planning applications.
The company behind the the Croft Wind Turbine project say they no longer want to go ahead due to recent government announcements.
A similar proposal to build the High Wood wind farm near Driffield has also been withdrawn. The news comes after the company behind the Nocton Fen project said last week that it no longer wants to go ahead.
A pressure group is calling for more to be done to prevent the closure of rural banks. The most recent figures show that banks are closing across the country at a rate of three a week - as more and more of us use the Internet to manage our finances.
The Campaign for Community Banking say with every branch closure - local businesses suffer, and people face longer journeys to pay in money. From East Yorkshire, Matt Price sent this report.
Hull is the worst place in the region for pay, according to new figures.
It falls almost £8,000 behind Selby, the region's best paid place.
The average salary in the city comes in at just over £24,000 a year, £5,000 below the regional average.
Hull will be the centre of a toad extravaganza again this summer.
The painted amphibians made their debut in 2010 as part of a project celebrating Philip Larkin and were seen by more than 100,000 people.
They are back to celebrate what would have been the poet's 93rd birthday.
A man from Full Sutton is leading a campaign to get East Riding Council to scrap a quarterly magazine it sends to households promoting its own services. Andy Strangeway is angry that more than £1m has been spent publishing it in the past six years, money he thinks could be better spent elsewhere. James Webster reports: