86% approved of the idea to charge for repeated false alarms.
The College of Physicians and Surgeons in Pakistan will provide the group.
Scientists are hoping hundreds of oysters will help improve marine life in the Humber Estuary.
A man from Doncaster has been jailed by Beverley magistrates.
£7.5 million is being spent at Hornsea Leisure Centre.
Concern over fires being started deliberately.
A local MP has raised concerns in the Commons over the construction of a new bridge in Hull.
It happened on the A1079 near to Shiptonthorpe this morning.
The facility opened in May 2018.
Humberside Police launched Operation Ignition last year to tackle the issue.
Groups in Goole, Hull, and Hornsea have received funding.
Hull charity campaigner warns of effect of social media on children.
Public online vote launched to bring film-famous wands to East Yorkshire.
Community leaders walk round Cottingham with Police to show issues.
They create personalised artificial limbs.
The KAT Card was created by the city's Young People's Parliament.
In the East Riding, over 3,300 properties were built.
17-year-old Levi Tarbotten will wear the armband.
It's to help them access healthcare.
Numerous weapons have been handed in to Police during the amnesty.
Local MP Emma Hardy has talks with NHS over tackling head lice.
Hull Pirates could win the league with two victories.
North Ferriby United FC has been closed down.
Hull Council has picked up a local government award for supporting the economy.
Council managers have promised to hold talks with East Riding school.
USDAW voices worries over rising levels of abuse and violence.
The chairman of the Hull Hackney Carriage Association has urged taxi passengers feeling unsafe to film their journeys.
A new research centre at The University of Hull is set to tackle some of the world's most urgent health challenges.
A man described as one of Hull's culture champions has been recognised with a county tourism award.
Police urge people on CCTV to come forward.
An accident which killed a former Pro- Vice Chancellor at Hull University wasn't caused by engine defects.
A Hull furniture manufacturer has ceased trading.
Lottery windfall for Hornsea woman.
Public opinion is sought on show NHS money should be spent.
Over 2,500 referrals have been made to the East Riding's Social Prescribing Service in less than a year.
Almost 300 arrests have been made in Hull city centre since police started an operation tackling drug use and anti social behaviour last year.
Classical music will be played at Hull Paragon Station to get a handle on anti-social behaviour.
Police appealed through social media for victims to come forward.
New policy can now be introduced to speed up essential housing repairs.
Health Trainers in the county offer help on No-Smoking Day.
A facility in Bridlington which gives current and former armed forces personnel and their dependants a chance to have a break has been refurbished.
It's been revealed that smoking is directly killing 40 Hull residents each month and that one in five women in the city still light up while pregnant.
Residents in an East Yorkshire community say plans to build a new special needs school will hit house prices and affect their way of life.
Sherry Moore admitted attacking Susan Atkinson.
Longbeach says a large crack in the cliffs has left caravans very vulnerable.
Diana Johnson describes appointment as an honour.
Minister to visit after meeting city MP Emma Hardy.
A new £1.4 million council-led scheme is looking to breathe new life back into East Riding towns' struggling high streets.
Residents in Holme On Spalding Moor will be upping their fight for a replacement crossing patrol officer with a public meeting tonight.
Four people are in custody after police seized drugs, cash and a samurai sword at a property in Hull.
Pawel Relowicz appeared at Hull Crown Court today.
People about to start cancer treatment can take a look at the Queen's Centre
A five-week scheme to improve the main road through Seaton Ross is underway
Parking across drop-kerbs in the East Riding will now risk a fine.
A family's been paying tribute to a former Probation Service worker in Hull who died in a plane crash in Ethiopia.
Humberside Police are launching a new knife amnesty this week, in a bid to reduce violent crime.
Hull FC have dedicated last week's victory against Leeds Rhinos to lifelong supporter Keith McNee, who died at the weekend.
Major multi-million pounds improvement works to the A164 around Riplingham Road and Great Gutter Lane starts today.
A Hull environment campaigner says bus travel needs to be affordable, to provide a genuine alternative to the car.
East Yorkshire residents are being encouraged to get behind Fairtrade, as its fortnight of awareness comes to a close today.
Among the potential improvements includes the A1079 between Hull and York, better access to the Humber Ports and quicker trains to Leeds.
A road safety partnership have hired one of the fastest road bikes available in a bid to encourage safer riding.
A plaque's been unveiled at the centre for Elsa Gidlow.
The test Class 802 arrived at Hull Train Station today.
Consultation events are being launched today.
6,000 cigarettes were stolen during the incident.
Sir Greg Knight's bill introduces a code of practice.
The current store in the Prospect Centre will also relocate.
A meeting took place yesterday.
The Humber region is at the forefront of a new game changing renewable energy deal.
Hull's Banksy is to be cut out and relocated as councillors approve plans to demolish and replace the Grade 2 bridge it appears from.
The Hull North MP Diana Johnson invited Andrew Jones.
Year Five pupils made a film about anti-bullying.
91 would be for permanent occupation.
The Home Secretary says the government needs to constantly listen to what police officers need - following discussions on how to tackle violent crime.
Nearly 100 residents and businesses have attended a consultation event about multi-million pound improvements for Hull's Stoneferry Corridor.
Work to uncover more of a fortress originally built for Henry VIII in the 16th century has started.
Biometric technology which can identify visitors who may be trafficking drugs into prisons has been successfully trialed in East Yorkshire.
A campaign's been launched to divert the 250 tonnes of nappies being incorrectly placed in blue bins in the East Riding every year.