Hull MP Diana Johnson says the city's NHS is missing out on crucial funding and staff are 'overstretched'.
Thousands of women will take part in Race for Life events in Hull, Huddersfield and Ilkley today
More than 1200 pupils have missed school today after damage caused by flash flooding forced Cottingham High School to close
The number of people across our region struggling to pay their rent or mortgage has soared by almost twenty per cent over the last year, according to housing and homeless charity Shelter. Last year hundreds of people across the region called Shelter's helpline because they were finding it difficult to pay for their homes.
It is the start of the working week and I wonder how many of you begun the day with that Monday morning feeling?
It can be quite a chore going into the office, which may explain why some are choosing to work elsewhere.
New research shows there is a growing trend for office workers to base themselves in a cafe or coffee shop. Lauren Hall reports.
Another East Yorkshire town became the victim of flash flooding at the weekend - just twelve days after a rain burst caused chaos in West Hull and Cottingham. This time the deluge fell on Market Weighton, flooding shops and houses. Traders are furious - saying a three million pound flood defence project has done nothing to protect their livelihoods. Here's Victoria Whittam
Hull City will publicly unveil their three summer signings - England international Jake Livermore, former Leeds United captain Robert Snodgrass and England under 21 star Tom Ince - later today.
The Tigers will also launch their new kit for the forthcoming season.
Firefighters across the region have walked out again on the final day of their eight consecutive days of strikes over pensions. Members of the Fire Brigades Union will return to work at 8am and then stage a further two hour strike from 5pm.
Around a hundred people have attended a pro - Palestinian demonstration in Hull. They are objecting to Israeli army attacks on Gaza.
The Israelis say they are targeting militants firing rockets into Israel. The protestors say many innocent people are being killed.
A major new exhibition exploring the impact of the First World War on Hull has opened in the city's Ferens Art Gallery. Attractions range from a bomb dropped on Lister Street to postcards and souvenirs sent home from troops on the front line. Susan Capes, the Assistant Curator of Hull Museums spoke to Calendar.