A school project to build a fully operational plane is taking off at Goole High school. It's hoped it'll take to the skies in the summer.
The sister of a motorcyclist found seriously injured in a ditch almost three days after he crashed says it's a miracle that he is alive.
People whose homes were damaged by floods this month will demand answers at a cabinet meeting tonight.
Work to restore the historic Saltpot water tower in Goole is progressing well. Contractors for Yorkshire Water have put scaffolding up the 150 foot high building to enable them to work on the concrete that makes up he structure.
When the tower was built in 1926 it was Europe's largest water tower. Even though it is a much loved local landmark, very few people have climbed it other than those who built it. The town's MP Andrew Percy will get a tour of it this morning to check on the work's progress.
A motorcyclist who went missing after going for a ride in the country - has been found alive after spending three days stranded six feet down a roadside ditch. 40-year-old Anthony Margrave was discovered after a police officer spotted debris from his bike at the side of a road.
Matt Price reports.
The 40 year old man who lay undiscovered in a ditch for three nights has been named as Anthony Margrave. He is now recovering from his ordeal in hospital.
A 40 year old motorcyclist from Goole has been found alive but with serious injuries after spending three nights in a ditch after he was reported missing by his partner. Humberside police began a search after he did not turn up for work and it was later discovered his new motorbike was missing.
Traffic officers drove the route from his home to work and the police helicopter and firefighters were also called in to search rivers, reservoirs, fields, ditches, houses, gardens, and any other likely location the man could have been in the Thorne, Rawcliffe and Snaith area.
The man was eventually found 6ft down a ditch, lying in water, conscious and breathing. He suffered serious injuries including broken ribs and hyperthermia and he is currently being treated at Doncaster Royal Infirmary. Inspector Rob Cocker said:
– Inspector Rob Cocker, Humberside Police
This was a large scale missing person enquiry and required resources being pulled in from Scunthorpe and Hull and the use of the South Yorkshire Helicopter for three days. All officers feared the worst and it was very pleasing to find the man alive and wish him well with his recovery. It is a credit to his determination that he is still alive."
A damning report has been published into three of our region's hospitals - and the high number of people dying there. The hospitals are all run by the Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Trust. An independent review team has identified a number of issues, including a lack of staff.
Today the Trust said it's already implementing new measures to address the concerns raised. Tina Gelder reports.
The family of a teenager who was killed in a crash near Goole have released this phograph of him.
Samual Joe Brown from Gilberdyke was cycling with a friend along the Hull Road at Eastrington on Thursday 6 September when he was hit by car and killed.
Yorkshire Water has begun work on trying to identify why homes in Goole flooded for a second time in less than a year. Victoria Whittam has the story
Residents in Goole whose homes were left under water earlier this month are holding a meeting with Yorkshire Water and council officials today. They'll be asking what's being done to protect the town from future floods.