The cycle lane heading west across North Bridge will be temporarily removed so that repair work can take place to the bridge.
Cyclists will be diverted onto the footpath, and … More
Children who live in Hull and are currently receiving free school meals will receive food vouchers worth £15 over the February half term week.
During term time all children eligible … More
Residents are being warned to dispose of their waste correctly, after a man was fined £400 for fly-tipping a TV.
The TV was found dumped in Suffolk Street, Hull, in … More
Park Street has fully reopened following a successful repair to the sinkhole.
The highways team at Hull City Council fixed the sinkhole by filling it with concrete and sealing it … More
Residents are being reminded to implement personal flood protection measures as the city prepares for significant rainfall this week.
The MET office has predicted that Hull may experience around 30-60mm … More
Park Street in Hull is closed to motorists heading north from Anlaby Road, after a sinkhole appeared.
A highways team is currently on site assessing the damage.
As a result … More
Residents at Park View care home in west Hull have received their first vaccination to protect against Covid-19.
13 residents and 53 members of staff were injected with the first … More
A number of Hull’s historic maritime paintings from the Hull Maritime Museum, with some dating back to the 1700s, have been sent to a specialist laboratory for conservation.
Following a … More
In anticipation of the formal creation of the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) on 1st April 2021, James Newman, the Chair designate of the new LEP, has … More
Work to reconstruct the road in Pembroke Grove will begin from next week.
The work will start on Monday 18 January and take place in three phases in order to … More
Hull City Council has been awarded the Investors in the Environment Green certificate for the seventh year in a row.
An audit in December praised the local authority’s energy use … More
Once the largest dock of its kind in the country, sections of the original dock edge walls of Queens Dock are set to be unearthed for the first time in … More
Hull City Council is partnering with Civica, a global leader in software for public services, to bring 100 new home-based call centre jobs to the city.
The council has partnered … More
Work to improve a key section of Holderness Road, between Diadem roundabout and Ganstead roundabout, will begin next week.
A full carriageway reconstruction will take place, providing a safer road … More
As an aficionado and accomplished roaster, James Wilkins knows the value of the humble coffee bean.
Spotting a gap in the local market just over a decade ago, James took … More
The Ferens Junior Open exhibition, an annual highlight of the Ferens calendar, will take place, not once, but twice this year.
The exhibition, which traditionally takes place towards the end … More
Hull’s Strength to Change programme which works with perpetrators of domestic violence has received top accreditation.
The programme supports men to find the strength to stop domestic violence by giving … More
Hull Training and Adult Education have a range of online, free and low cost courses on offer.
During last year’s lockdown many people turned to online learning as a way … More
Hull City Council has committed a further investment of £20,000 to support young entrepreneurs in the city.
The grant follows £20,000 issued by the local authority from May to August … More
When Hull’s 12 library branches were forced to close in March as part of the national lockdown, Hull Libraries remained open online and saw a surge in requests for digital … More
Work to improve cycle routes will begin in Hessle Road between Brighton Street and Priory Park roundabout from Monday 11 January.
Following a six week consultation period, members of the … More
An abandoned home in West Hull has been seized by the local authority after standing empty for over ten years.
Hull City Council has secured the enforced sale of an … More
Fines of more than £25,000 have been imposed on the company behind a Hull takeaway guilty of a series of food hygiene offences.
Moon River, Holderness Road, was shut down … More
In anticipation of the formal creation of the Hull and East Yorkshire Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) on 1st April 2021, the Leaders of Hull City Council and East Riding of … More
Hull businesses required to close in the retail, hospitality and leisure sectors are being urged to apply for a one-off grant worth up to £9,000 to help see them through … More
A charity dedicated to supporting the Hull Maritime project has been awarded £75,000 to enable the delivery of an accredited maritime training programme for young people in Hull.
Hull Maritime … More
Following yesterday’s government announcement, the country has returned to a full lockdown, including the closure of all schools and colleges, except for the children of key workers or vulnerable children. … More
Hull schools will be open for vulnerable children and key worker children only, following the Government’s announcement that schools across the country will close to help prevent the spread of … More
Hull City Council has confirmed the appointment of a Principal Main Works Contractor to restore the Guildhall Greenwich Time Ball and complete the next phase of the Guildhall roofing improvements.… More