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Campaigners protest over museum cuts

Hands On History Museum Credit: ITV Yorkshire

Campaigners opposed to Hull Council's controversail hundred and fifty thousand pounds cut to the city's museums budget will present their case to council chiefs later this morning. The council want to axe four full time posts and reduce and limit opening times at several attractions including the Hands on History Museum. Opponents will present petitions totalling eighteen thousand signatures to the council.

Fly-tipping prosecutions up but clean up still costs over thousands every year

There has been a staggering increase in the number of people being caught and prosecuted for fly tipping in Hull over the last year.

The figure has risen by fifty per cent - but it still costs taxpayers in the city more than one hundred and fifty thousand pounds a year to clear up the massive amount of rubbish that is dumped on the streets. Sarah Clark reports:


Hull Council launch online survey ahead of budget

Hull City Council is launching an online survey today to get residents views as to which services in the city should be prioritised, before they set next year's budget.

The council is asking people for their views as to which ten services they value most and which they value least.

The Council is urging all customers and residents, partners and interested stakeholders to take part in the survey, available at**

***It is estimated that Hull City Council will have £48 million less funding over the next two years.*

The survey will be available on the Council website from today until Friday December 13. For customers who are unable to access online services at home, the survey will be available on the network computers in customer service centres or libraries. Staff will be happy to help with this.


Hull bins collection goes fortnightly

People living in parts of Hull will have their bins emptied fortnightly - instead of once a week - from today. Council bosses say they are changing the number of collections for 110,000 households.

It's hoped the move will lead to an increase in recycling and also save the authority around £1m a year. Residents will receive information packs in the next few days - which includes a calendar with new collection dates. Councillor Martin Mancey spoke to Calendar about the changes.

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