Numbers of Coronavirus cases in Hull are currently low, but it is vital people continue to take the virus seriously, Hull City Council’s Director of Public Health has explained, following … More
Secondary schools in Hull have been developing how they deliver online learning to pupils.
Secondary schools have remained open for key worker and vulnerable children only since the end of … More
Hull City Council is urging people to remain vigilant and act responsibly this weekend ahead of more businesses reopening.
From Saturday 4 July, pubs, bars and restaurants will be able … More
Cyclists in Hull are to benefit from all-day bus lane enforcement.
Bus lanes in Hull will be enforced from 7am to 6.30pm from Monday 13 July in a bid to … More
Work to reduce the number of potholes on Hull’s roads will begin next week.
Hull City Council will be laying a specialist treatment to 39 sections of road starting from … More
People in Hull are being encouraged to take up free cycling lessons.
The Rusty Riders scheme is a training course for adults who wish to brush up on their cycling … More
Chanterlands Avenue Crematorium is to increase the number of mourners permitted at funerals.
From Monday 6 July, up to 30 people will be permitted into the crematorium’s large chapel and … More
The cycle circuit track at Ennerdale has reopened to riders.
Ennerdale Cycle Circuit is the only all-weather 1km circuit of its kind in the Humber region.
The 1km enclosed circuit … More
Children that are looked after by Hull City Council are to receive laptops following a donation from Hull Esteem Consortium.
A donation of £10,000 for the purchase of 20 laptops … More
Hull City Council is supporting businesses in the hospitality sector as they begin to reopen with temporary measures to create access to more outdoor space.
As part of Government plans … More
A new recruitment app for jobs in the Humber region will launch next week.
The Jobs4Humber app is aimed at anyone searching for work in the Humber region at any … More
Almost £4 million will be spent on three major highways routes in Hull, the Department for Transport has announced.
The £3.95 million funding will see major repairs to three sections … More
The construction of the new Broadacre Primary School has taken a step forward.
The project, which will see the existing building demolished and replaced, has now approved by the Regional … More
Hull’s plan to prevent and contain local Coronavirus outbreaks has been launched, along with a message to the public that risk can only be reduced if people work together.
The … More
Hull businesses in the creative industries that have been hit by the effects of coronavirus are being urged to apply for up to £2,000 in grant support.
Hull City Council … More
Cycle lane improvement works have started in Freetown Way.
The work will include pop-up cycle lanes with the removal of the inside lane for motorists.
This means the newly segregated … More
Hull City Council and Humberside Police are urging people to act responsibly and stay safe when visiting the city centre.
Following the gradual easing of coronavirus measures, more businesses have … More
Hull City Council is finalising its local coronavirus management plan, in line with all local authorities nationally, as the Government’s Test and Trace initiative gets under way.
Responsibility for managing … More
As cycling work gets under way across Hull, a number of significant changes will be visible across the city.
As part of this city-wide project, bollards will be used to … More
Pride in Hull will be celebrated this year through a new online exhibition – and organisers want you to be part of it.
The exhibition will be hosted by Hull … More
Roadworks in Endike Lane will resume next week.
From Monday 29 June, works will begin to repair the roundabout at the junction of Endike Lane and Cranbrook Avenue.
Once completed, … More
The Safer Hull Partnership is offering grants of up to £10,000 for projects that reduce crime or support victims of crime.
The Hull Crime Reduction Fund is open to applications … More
Litter enforcement patrols will resume in Hull from Monday 29 June.
Enforcement against litter louts was briefly suspended following the start of the coronavirus pandemic, however officers will be patrolling … More
The Animal Education Centre in East Park has today (Thursday 25 June) reopened to the public.
Visitors can expect to be greeted by a whole host of animals, including alpacas, … More
People in Hull are being urged to be vigilant against scammers as the Government’s Coronavirus Test and Trace programme gets under way.
Phase one of the programme is now live, … More
Hull’s electoral services has started to contact Hull residents as part of this year’s electoral canvass.
New legislation has enabled the council to match data, meaning for the first time, … More
A process has begun that will see eight fragile and unusual marine animal skeletons removed from the Hull Maritime Museum.
Hull City Council has launched a procurement process to appoint … More
Hull City Council’s Registration Service is preparing to reopen for wedding ceremonies.
Under new coronavirus guidelines announced on Tuesday by Prime Minister Boris Johnson, weddings of up to 30 people … More
A Hull businesswoman has put her company on the road to recovery after securing £10,000 in grant funding from Hull City Council.
Gill Cain, 53, of Hull, helped set up … More
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