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Hull KR prop James Green will miss the derby with Hull FC on Thursday after being banned for a shoulder charge.
Green was charged by the Rugby Football League's match-review panel with the grade B offence on his former team-mate Travis Burns, the St Helens stand-off, during his side's 24-20 win over the champions on Friday and submitted an early-guilty plea.
Green will be available for the Robins' Easter Monday home game against Huddersfield while centre Darrell Goulding will be eligible to play in both Easter fixtures after submitting an early guilty plea to a minor grade A trip on Saints centre Jordan Turner.
Germanwings co-pilot Andreas Lubitz, who deliberately crashed a plane in the French Alps, killing 150 people including a man from Hull, had been treated in the past for suicidal tendencies.
German state prosecutors said today the co-pilot had been in a long period of psychotherapy for "noticeable suicidal tendencies" several years ago.
Several years ago before obtaining his pilot's licence the co-pilot was in a long period of psychotherapeutic treatment with noticeable suicidal tendencies."
The German prosecutors added that since then he had not shown any signs of suicidal behaviour nor aggressive tendencies in other visits to doctors.
There is still no evidence that the co-pilot in the French Alps plane disaster said anything beforehand about what he was about to do, the state prosecutor said.
Student Paul Andrew Bramley, who was 28 and from Hull, was onboard the plane travelling to the UK when the crash happened.
The campaign for General Election 2015 is officially underway after Parliament was dissolved.
It also means several MPs from our region are officially retiring from Westminster.
Among those standing down are the ex-Conservative Party leader and Richmond MP William Hague and former Labour Home Secretary and member for Sheffield Brightside and Hillsborough David Blunkett.
As the campaign begins, we ask voters in Bradford what matters to them:
The all-important podium plan for Thursday's night's general election debate on ITV has been announced.
Prime Minister and the Green Party's Natalie Bennett have been allocated spots at either end of the line-up of party leaders.
Ukip leader Nigel Farage is set to be sandwiched between Deputy Prime Minister Nick Clegg and Labour leader Ed Miliband.
ITV can confirm that lots have been drawn today to determine the podium order for The ITV Leaders' Debate.
As a result of the drawing of lots the leaders will appear on set, left to right, as follows - Natalie Bennett, Nick Clegg, Nigel Farage, Ed Miliband, Leanne Wood, Nicola Sturgeon and David Cameron.
The longest general election campaign in modern history begins with the dissolution of Parliament today.Read the full story ›
12 of the region's MPs retire today when Parliament is officially dissolved.Read the full story ›