It’s that time of year when gardeners are busy planting for this year’s crop, but did you know there’s a vegetable patch right in the heart of Hull city centre?… More
Nesting pigeons, rats and an offensive odour were just some of the hygiene problems at a Hull takeaway closed down twice to protect the public.
Owner of Prima, Shanmuganathan Santhrasekaram … More
Can you beat the pacer? Today is National Walking Day (or, if you’re on Twitter, #NationalWalkingDay) so Hull City Council’s Public Health team has dug out its challenge video from … More
Children and adults affected by a family member’s drinking problem are to benefit from £133, 140 of capital funding which will be used to refurbish a community alcohol hub.
Improvements … More
About 97 per cent of part-worn tyres sold at garages in the region have some form of defect – and 45 per cent are not fit for use, according to … More
Raids on Hull shops this week found thousands of illegal cigarettes and hundreds of pouches of illegal tobacco – a haul worth £11,000.
The contraband had been cleverly hidden by … More
Hull’s swimmers are being invited to have their say on how £4.7m should be spent on improving the city’s swimming pools.
The investment follows the £8m that was spent on … 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
Have you spotted any yet? On Monday morning, chalk ‘graffiti’ started popping up all over Hull – on streets, in public squares, shopping centres and outside monuments and tourist attractions.… More
You probably already know smoking is bad for you, but have you ever really thought about the benefits of quitting? Here’s our top six reasons to stop – and some … More
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