A man has been jailed for 17 years after pleading guilty of sexual offences against vulnerable boys in East Yorkshire.
41-year-old Benjamin Mercer was found guilty of 13 sexual offences against boys aged between five and 16 at Hull Crown Court.
The offences occurred throughout the 1990s in the Hornsea area of East Yorkshire, but the most recent offence occurred in Newquay, Cornwall in 2000.
Police believe that Mercer may have committed further sexual offences in the Hornsea, Newquay and Brighton areas of England and are urging any victims to contact the police.
A football match to raise money in memory of a teenager from Hornsea has raised more than £10,000.
Josh Fell was playing football when he went into cardiac arrest. Since then his parents have raised funds for his former school in the town to hold regular routine heart screenings. They now want to widen this to the rest of the country.
More than £3000 was raised by auctioning off Dean Windass's man of the match trophyfrom the day Hull City earned a place in the Premier League.
It has been confirmed that a fire that killed 20 dogs is not being treated as suspicious.
The animals died during the blaze in Hornsea on Saturday evening - many of them Staffordshire Bull Terriers.
A shopkeeper from Hornsea says he has been unfairly singled out after the council told him to remove tables of fruit and veg from the pavement outside.
Alvin Wilkinson started selling the produce after a new supermarket opened, cutting his trade. Officials say customers stopping to pick items off his display are blocking the footpath. James Webster reports.
The shopkeeper in Hornsea, who has been told to remove his fruit and vegetables from outside his shop, says other traders on the same street are not being singled out in the same way. Alvin Wilkinson points out that their displays (below) are on narrower sections of pavements than his tables.
Mr Wilkinson only started selling local produce after a new supermarket opened nearby as a way of attracting customers back to his business. Since then he says trade has improved significantly.
East Riding of Yorkshire has been explaining its decision to ask shopkeeper Alvin Wilkinson to remove his tables of fruit and vegetables from the outside of his store in Hornsea.
Alvin Wilkinson from Hornsea is defying council orders to remove his fruit and vegetable display from outside his shop because he fears it will damage his trade. The 71 year old estimates he lost £1500 a week when a new supermarket opened and he disputes claims that customers block the pavement.
A shopkeeper from Hornsea is accusing East Riding of Yorkshire Council of unfairly singling him out after insisting he removes his fruit and vegetables from the outside of his shop. Alvin Wilkinson began selling the produce after he says a new supermarket caused a dramatic drop in trade.
The 71 year old, who has run his Countdown shop for 21 years, says officials previously approved his display but he has now received a letter telling him it must go. They say complaints have been received that while the produce does not block the pavement, the shoppers gathered around it do.
Two Yorkshire projects are among eight approved by the Government creating a total of 8,500 jobs.
Drax Power Station will receive investment for biomass conversion, while off shore wind farms at Hornsea will contribute to the provision of clean energy to three million homes by 2020.
All eight are expected to generate £12 billion in private sector investment.