Essential roadworks taking place in Hull are “vital to improve our transport system for better and safer journeys in the future”, says the councillor in charge of the roads.
Critical … More
A new electricity supply is to be installed at East Park next week that will power the newly refurbished water play area.
This installation work will be done on Monday … More
Robust financial management has meant that Hull City Council’s financial position has improved for the current year.
The Council’s Cabinet is set to review the latest financial position at its … More
One of the highlights of Hull’s calendar, the Freedom Festival, will return this summer with an extended 16-day programme.
It will run from Friday 20 August until Sunday 5 September.… More
Hull City Council is issuing a warning to people in the city who collect scrap metal illegally.
It comes after the council secured a prosecution against an unlicensed collector who … More
University of Hull Master’s student Sue Turner has received an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honours List for her Services to Social Justice.
Sue Turner OBE, currently studying for a … More
Hull City Council has agreed to hire a building specialist from the city to lead the next stage of the £1.2 Hull Arena revamp.
The local authority has awarded an … More
Hull-based cultural development organisation Absolutely Cultured has appointed Lee Pitcher, Head of Partnerships, Yorkshire Water and General Manager, Living with Water Partnership, as its new chair.
He will take over … More
Shared carers play a valuable role in society. Over the last 15 months the coronavirus pandemic has been extremely challenging for shared lives carers.
A shared lives carer supports adults … More
Hull City Council has today published a decision record appointing Hull contractor Geo Houlton & Sons Ltd as the lead contractor that undertake the redevelopment and reinstatement works required at … More
Hull’s three household waste and recycling centres could open seven days week from September 2021.
The proposal comes after there was a huge increase in residents using the centres to … More
A Hull man has been fined £382 after fly-tipping a fridge on Cranbourne Street in November 2018.
Sylwester Cebula of Mayfield Street, Hull pleaded guilty to Hull Magistrates’ in regards … More
Splash play areas in Hull’s parks will unfortunately remain closed due to the recent extension to the Government’s covid-roadmap step.
It was hoped the areas would begin to reopen from … More
Fake wine which closely mimicked a well-known brand has been seized from 20 shops in Hull.
More than 300 counterfeit bottles of a popular brand with a retail value of … More
Hull City Council is one 35 local councils and more than 400 public, private and voluntary sector organisations nationwide calling for a Community Wealth Fund to help “left behind” neighbourhoods … More
Hull is being celebrated as part of a new tourism campaign highlighting the region’s great cities.
The Yorkshire Northern Cities promotion, funded by VisitBritain as part of their national campaign … More
Some of the funniest comedians in the region are heading to Hull’s Trinity Market for a night of great food, drink and laughter.
Trinity Laughs will return on Friday 2 … More
Cllr Daren Hale, Leader of Hull City Council and Chair of the city’s Coronavirus Outbreak Prevention and Engagement Board, has said the government’s decision to delay lifting remaining restrictions for … More
Multiple award-winning comedian Joe Lycett is bringing his new show to Hull next year.
Joe Lycett: More, More, More! How Do You Lycett? How Do You Lycett? will take place … More
A University of Hull graduate has his sights set on the Olympic Games this summer as he aims to be in the 200m starting blocks in Tokyo.
Andy Morgan-Harrison, who … More
A Hull artist who transformed the city’s streets with colourful and creative designs has been longlisted for the World Illustration Awards 2021.
Lydia Caprani was commissioned by Hull City Council … More
People in Hull are again being urged to dispose of their litter responsibly after residents who failed to pay fixed penalties were fined more than £7,000 and told they could … More
Two teachers from Hull secondary school, The Marvell College, have been thanked by the Prime Minister for going above and beyond in their work during the pandemic.
Paul Martin, Assistant … More
Hull’s ambitious project to improve its transport system continues this week as essential major works take place across the city.
They include works at the A63 and Stoneferry Corridor and … More
Work to transform paving in the Fruit Market will begin on Monday 21 June.
As part of the ongoing regeneration of the Fruit Market, a number of improvements will take … More
Hull businesses are being urged to take advantage of a free programme to raise employees’ skills and confidence.
Hull Training and Adult Education delivers English and maths training for employees … More
The British Library has announced a major expansion of its highly successful network of library-based Business & IP Centres (BIPCs) to more than 100 regional and local libraries across England.… More
‘We all need to play our part’, that’s the message from Hull City Council as restrictions are lifted and more people visit the city’s shops, bars and restaurants.
As the … More
People in Hull are being asked to give their opinions on vaccines, vaccine hesitancy and the easing of lockdown restrictions.
Residents are also being asked what they think about going … More