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It's been a busy couple of days for the woman known as Hull's 'Bee Lady' and she has now learned she is going to be given the freedom of her home city next week.
After meeting the Queen yesterday, ninety-five-year-old Jean Bishop's been given the news by Hull City Council.
Known for fundraising while dressed as a bumblebee, she has raised more than £100,000 for the Age UK charity.
Police say the driver of a car who left the scene of a crash in East Yorkshire may have head injuries.
The vehicle crashed on Hariff Lane, in Burstwick near Hull, in the early hours of this morning.
No other cars were involved.
Humberside Police tweeted: "Police are extremely concerned about the welfare of the driver who has left the scene with a possible head injury."
Anyone with information should call the force via 101.
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A group of traders in Hull city centre say they'd have serious concerns about the future of their businesses if a retail park on the outskirts of the city was to expand.
More than 1,000 people - including shoppers - have signed a petition against plans to build more shops at Kingswood retail park.
They proposals have been turned down twice by the council but developers have appealed that decision. Here's Michael Billington's report:
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