Arcade fun, art and ABBA – for those lucky enough to be free of work this weekend, there is plenty to keep you entertained. Here are five things happening in … More
Site preparation is under way at Hull’s South Blockhouse, a fortress originally built for Henry VIII in the 1540s in support of his military campaigns.
Located close to The Deep, … More
Major roadworks are set to get under way in Wymersley and Wold Road from Monday 4 March.
The work will be split into four phases over 10 weeks.
Road closures … More
1. Reductions from Government
Central government funding has been reduced by a further £5m, meaning an overall reduction in core funding of £131m between 2010 and 2020 (55 percent reduction). … More
We have all enjoyed the recent unseasonably warm weather, but Paragon Arcade is pushing it to its limits this weekend with a Mexican-inspired street party.
The arcade has been hosting … More
Hull City Council has confirmed it intends to repair and restore the internal handmade Alan Boyson murals as part of the £130 million Albion Square development, following new positive surveyors’ … More
Plans to preserve Hull’s Banksy will be discussed at a planning committee meeting next week.
Members of Hull City Council’s Planning Committee will discuss the future of the Banksy mural … More
These are the proposals for the extension of the @TheDock digital hub in the Fruit Market in Hull.
The planned changes at the site – which includes the C4DI building … More
Hull is embracing Fairtrade Fortnight with a series of celebrations to mark the campaign.
Fairtrade Fortnight, which takes place from Monday 25 February to Sunday 10 March, sees thousands of … More
It’s been a full-on week of hopscotch here in Hull. Grids appeared all over the city on Monday morning and the craze spread like wildfire.
The city saw sports teams, … More
An archaeological dig to search for the remains of Hull’s old city walls will take place next month.
Highways England is organising the dig in Princes Dock Street, where the … More
Plans have been approved to bring investment to be spent on the city’s transport network up to £30 million.
The approved plans will see street lighting, traffic lights and cycling … More
Hull’s Bonus Arena has been named as one of the world’s best up-and-coming venues by prestigious American publication Billboard.
The Myton Street venue is the only venue in the UK … More
Councillors have approved a £1.5 million investment in two Hull parks.
It will be spent on renovating the historic splash boat and splash pool in East Park. The popular aviary … More
Plans have been approved to demolish Broadacre Primary School and replace it with a purpose-build primary school.
It will provide an additional 210 pupil places for children in the North … More
Hull is cr*p again – or so says another obscure (and likely southern-based) town review website.
Tin pot online publications and fly-by-night blogs can’t seem to get over the myth … More
Tens of thousands of visitors have flocked to see the striking Knife Angel in Hull’s Queens Gardens, it has been estimated.
The 27ft sculpture, made of 100,000 knives collected during … More
Hey, it’s Friday, so we thought we’d flag up a few things going on in the grand old city of Hull this weekend.
In no particular order, here’s five things … More
Hull will host a major arts and culture event next month.
IETM Hull 2019 will bring the international performing arts community to the city for a programme of performances, talks … More
Two Hull businesswomen are branching out with their own independent ventures in the city centre’s Paragon Arcade.
Ellen Crabtree, who works as a barmaid to supplement her work making babywear, … More
A very special allotment has been visiting communities in Hull this week.
The Allotment, home to lots of baby fruit and vegetables, has been travelling around the city as part … More
Ever thought of yourself as a karaoke king or queen?
A giant party bus has parked up in King Edward Square in Hull and is giving shoppers the chance to … More
Armed Forces veterans and reservists can get 50% off the price of leisure facilities in the city.
The Live It Card costs £1 and provides half-price access to gyms, pools … More
Action is being taken to tackle vacant buildings in Hull in danger of falling into disrepair.
A register containing at-risk structures has been compiled by Hull City Council as part … More
For those that don’t already know, Hull is named after the river that runs through the centre of the city.
Running from Beverley to the Humber, the river splits the … More
Furry, feathered or even scaly friends are a much-loved part of the family for many Hull households. And today is the day to celebrate that love as the UK marks … More
Have you been bitten by the culture bug? After 5.3 million people attended cultural activities during Hull’s year as UK City of Culture in 2017, more residents now regularly take … More
Back to Ours, the festival that brings acts from all over the world to stages in the hearts of Hull communities, is back.
A story about a giant jam sandwich, … More
One of the Ferens Art Gallery’s largest and most popular paintings returns home today after a tour of the UK and Ireland.
St Sebastian tended by the Holy Irene (c. … More
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