The Chief Constable of Humberside has written to every school in her area asking for their support in allowing authorised term time absence
A passenger forced to land a plane at Humberside Airport after the pilot was taken ill has said he thought he was going to run into a wall.
A passenger who landed a plane after the pilot collapsed at the controls has said he was "terrified" as he "hadn't a clue how to get down".
A teenager is in hospital with serious head injuries after a collision in East Yorkshire.
The 15-year-old girl from Scawby Brook was on West Street, not far from Scawby Primary School when the crash happened on Monday afternoon.
She suffered a serious head injury and was airlifted to Leeds General Infirmary where she has been kept in Intensive Care and is said to be seriously ill.
The driver of the car, a 43-year-old woman from Hibaldstow, was not injured.
The road around the collision site was closed to allow investigators to make inquiries and enable recovery of the vehicle but reopened later on Monday evening.
Diana Johnson MP is to lead a delegation of MPs and the Humber Local Enterprise Partnership to discuss the proposed closure of Hull’s Insolvency Office with a Government Minister.
The Hull North Labour MP recently gained agreement for the meeting from Jenny Willott MP, the Lib Dem Minister for Employment Relations and Consumer Affairs in the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills.
Along with Hull’s MPs, the delegation will also be joined by Lord Haskins, Chair of Humber LEP.
The closure of Hull Official Receiver's Office was announced in March, after only three weeks of ‘consultation’. This office has approximately 45 staff and is worth over £1m per year to Hull’s local economy. The office is due to close in October, with its work being transferred to Leeds.
Staff at the Hull office have over 600 years of collective insolvency experience. Last year this saved the economy over £2.5m, as they achieved the disqualification of 27 directors.
As well as questions about whether this closure will actually result in savings for tax-payers, after redundancy, recruitment, training and other costs have been factored in, concerns have also been expressed that it will increase the problem of ‘bankruptcy tourism’.
Diana Johnson MP said: “At a time when we’ve worked so hard locally to bring investment and jobs into Hull, it’s extremely unhelpful to our efforts for another £1m to be taken out of our local economy.
“It appears that closing Hull’s Insolvency Office will not save money for tax-payers, at the same time as being another unhelpful blow from Whitehall to our efforts to regenerate Hull.”
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Members of Hull's music scene have welcomed the possibility of a new arena in the city.
Reuben Driver from local band The Hubbards said: "There's a huge music scene in Hull and it is growing and with things like the Hull City of Culture 2017 it is only going to get better, so something like an arena would be more than appropriate."
Chris Birch, manager of the Hull venue Fruit said: "I don't think people should have to travel out of Hull to see bands. We shouldn't have to go to Leeds, we should have that in our city, it's not even a selfish thing to say, I don't think, that we should have it for ourselves."
The residents of a north Lincolnshire village who say they're still no closer to knowing when they can move back into their homes following last December's tidal surge.
Four months ago 120 homes in South Ferriby were devastated after several feet of water swamped the village, wrecking homes and businesses.
Our reporter James Webster has been to speak to some of the residents whose lives remain on hold - including one man who now admits the trauma of what happened was almost too much for him.
Residents of South Ferriby say they're still no closer to knowing when they can move back home after December's tidal surge.
Around 120 homes are needing repairs after ending up under several feet of water. Lives for many have had to be put on hold.
One man whose house was badly damaged now admits the immediate aftermath was so hard to deal with he considered ending his life.
Humberside Police are appealing for witnesses following a fatal road traffic collision on the A614 Boothferry Road, Airmyn shortly after 5pm on April 7.
It involved a jogging pedestrian and a blue coloured Volkswagen Polo car.
The pedestrian, a 64 year old Goole man received fatal injuries and was pronounced dead at the scene.
Police are asking for any witnesses to contact them
A woman was taken to hospital after being rescued from mud on the banks of the River Hull.
Police were called and an officer passed the woman a life line until Humberside Fire and rescue arrived and were able to free her.
The woman was taken to Hull Royal Infirmary as a precaution before being discharged.
Secretary of State Owen Paterson has backed the creation of plans which look to create a sustainable marine economy.
The first of the plans focuses on the East coast, and are released soon after German technology giants Siemens announced £310 million of investment in wind turbine production in Hull.
– Owen Paterson, Secretary of State
UK seas are home to one of the richest marine environments in the world and are currently worth more than £49 billion a year to our economy. We are making sure that environmental considerations are embedded in every decision about proposed developments along the coast from Flamborough Head to Felixstowe and in our seas out to the maritime borders with the Netherlands, Belgium and France. By 2021, marine plans will cover the entire English marine area, supporting an estimated £50m of economic benefit each year and helping to promote sustainable development of the marine area”.
– James Cross, Marine Management Organisation
These plans are the culmination of years of work by government, industry, environmental organisations and many others. We are delighted to be at the forefront of sustainable marine development, cutting red tape for developers while taking full account of social and environmental impacts.
The Marine Management Organisation has revealed plans to sustain the marine economy around England's coast.
The first of these plans concentrates on the East coast from Flamborough Head near Bridlington to Felixtowe in Suffolk.
By 2021 there will be 11 plans in total, covering all English waters.
Secretary of State Owen Paterson has backed the plans.
The Marine Management Organisation has made a video explaining their plans: