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Storm Ciara

How Hull is battling Storm Ciara

As Hull battled winds of up 80pmh yesterday, Hull City Council’s Streetscene teams were on hand to help deal with the force of Storm Ciara.

The crews removed and stabilised … More






Hessle Road

Hull plants record number of trees

A number of trees have been planted in Hessle Road and Coltman Street.

The trees are replacing the ones which were removed due to the damage they were causing to … More




Fly-tipping woman

Can you help identify these fly-tippers?

Can you identify any of these people caught dumping waste in Hull?

Hull City Council is appealing for witnesses after a woman was caught disposing of a chair in Marmaduke … More


Blue bin

Bin dates over the festive period are changing

Waste collection dates for Hull residents will be changing over the Christmas and new year break.

Bin collections will change slightly over a three-week period, before returning to normal next … More


Litter in Hull

Litter enforcement is coming to Hull

Posters warning people they will be fined for littering have gone live around Hull today.

The advertising campaign informs the public they will be fined £100 for littering in the … More



Hannah Domsic

How Hull is responding to flooding

Following yesterday’s downpour, a number of leisure services have been affected.

Sutton Park Golf Course remains closed due to waterlogged grounds and the local authority’s amateur football and rugby pitches … More






Romana Pandele

Four prosecuted for dumping waste in Hull

These four Hull residents have been prosecuted by Hull City Council for fly-tipping in the city.

James Marynicz and Kelly Pearson of Riston Street were convicted after their waste was … More




Terry Alsop garden

Here is Hull’s best garden

The winners of this year’s Hull in Bloom competition were announced at a presentation evening last night (Thursday 26 September) in The Guildhall.

Terry Alsop of Waldegrave Avenue, Hull, walked … More


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