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Where Hi-De-Hi! cast are 33 years on from hanging up yellow coats

Here's what the cast have been up to since leaving their yellow blazers behind Hi-De-Hi was the iconic 80s series that immortalised British holiday camp culture during the 1950s.The catchy theme tune instantly put people in a great mood as the fluorescent credits appeared across the TV screen.

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Where Hi-De-Hi! cast are 33 years on from hanging up yellow coats

The little known Flamborough walk taking you away from the crowds

Flamborough is hugley popular with incredible views Normally, I like to cover walks which are maybe not so well-trodden.There seems little point in telling people they can walk along Hessle Foreshore or Hornsea beach.So, it seems odd featuring a walk at the hugely popular and often overly busy Flamborough Cliffs.

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The little known Flamborough walk taking you away from the crowds

Hull local election results: Lib-Dems doubtful to take council but leader says Labour 'running out of time'

Liberal Democrat leader Cllr Mike Ross spoke to Hull Live after the first batch of local elections results were declared The leader of the Liberal Democrat opposition in Hull has indicated that his party will not take enough seats to win control of the city council.As the first votes were announced on Friday, with the Lib Dems and Labour cancelling out each other's gains in some areas of the city, Councillor Mike Ross said it would have been a "real challenge" to wrest control of the council.

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Hull local election results: Lib-Dems doubtful to take council but leader says Labour 'running out of time'

George Lawler to leave Hull KR as Paul Lakin explains decision

The forward will move on at the end of the season Hull KR chief executive Paul Lakin has confirmed George Lawler will leave the club at the end of the season after deciding he wants a new challenge.The 25-year-old – KR’s longest-serving player – was offered a substantially improved long-term deal including a testimonial but he has rejected it and will move on once his contract expires in November.

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George Lawler to leave Hull KR as Paul Lakin explains decision

Man returning rental car ends up 'working' during long wait

A man has gone viral after sharing video of his wait to return a rental car Deric Cahill recently rented a car and the whole process was going really smoothly - before he became one of the 'workers'.The car renter headed into Enterprise to give the car back, he ended up waiting for a little while before finding a way to keep himself occupied.

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Man returning rental car ends up 'working' during long wait

Grimsby weekend weather latest as temperatures set to plummet

Those planning to head out this weekend will need to wrap up warm and take an umbrella It's that time again when we get ready to enjoy another weekend of freedom and the great outdoors with our friends and family.And since bars, restaurants, cafes, and shops, have reopened we have been spoilt with good weather whilst many enjoy a crisp beer in the bright sun.

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Grimsby weekend weather latest as temperatures set to plummet

Humber Bridge 'disappears' in thick fog as bad weather continues

The forecast shows Hull and East Yorkshire will be hit with showers throughout the weekend The Humber Bridge "disappeared" as thick fog almost completely engulfed the iconic river crossing.This picture sent to Hull Live shows cars disappearing and emerging through thick fog on the Humber Bridge after a dreary week of bad weather across East Yorkshire.

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Humber Bridge 'disappears' in thick fog as bad weather continues

We asked Hull voters which party they backed and why in today's elections

Voters we spoke to included a Corbyn fan and a frustrated road user Voters across Hull headed to the polls today in Hull's biggest set of local elections for years.Electors cast their ballots in 19 of Hull City Council's 21 wards, as well as to elect the new police and crime commissioner for Humberside Police.

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We asked Hull voters which party they backed and why in today's elections

Why Hull FC have no plans to rein in Jake Connor despite ban

The Black and Whites will be without their star man this weekend through suspension Hull FC have no plans to rein in Jake Connor despite seeing him miss this weekend’s Challenge Cup clash with Wigan Warriors through suspension.Connor has been handed a one-match ban for a high tackle on Zak Hardaker that was deemed to be reckless by the RFL’s disciplinary panel.

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Why Hull FC have no plans to rein in Jake Connor despite ban

Inside the Hull birth centre that looks like a five-star hotel

It looks like something out of a posh hotel brochure This is the hospital labour suite which people would be forgiven for thinking was an image from the brochure of a swanky hotel instead.The Fatima Allam Birth Centre at Hull Women and Children's Hospital manages to combine luxury with all the medical equipment needed for a hospital delivery - and for the women lucky enough to give birth there, it's an experience to remember.

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Inside the Hull birth centre that looks like a five-star hotel

Win a £2000 ultimate football package with Hull Live

Collect tokens from the paper to score in this back of the net giveaway Hull Live is celebrating a summer of football by giving one lucky reader the ultimate football prize package worth £2,000, and celebrate Hull City's promotion back to the Championship in style.You can cheer on your team watching your flashy new TV with sound system, serve refreshing cold drinks from your funky new drinks fridge as well as receiving £100 to stock up on your favourite tipple.

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Win a £2000 ultimate football package with Hull Live

Susanna Reid rages in Good Morning Britain 'sexist' marriage row

Host said it was her 'personal choice' not to marry The question of whether marriage was a 'sexist' and outdated institution was debated on ITV's Good Morning Britain today after a move to modernise the tradition with the introduction of mother's names on marriage certificates.In England and Wales, both sets of parents now will be named in the marriage certificates of their children - formerly it was only the fathers who were named.

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Susanna Reid rages in Good Morning Britain 'sexist' marriage row

Striking drone shots capture brave painter on top of 130ft lighthouse

After nine years without a lick of paint, Withernsea's iconic lighthouse has seen the start of its two-week makeover Despite intentions to start on Monday, miserable weather conditions have delayed the project to refresh Withernsea Lighthouse, which hasn't been decorated since 2012.But on Wednesday, as the sun shone over Holderness, a brave painter has taken on the first step of the process, painting the arrow at the very top of the impressive building.

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Striking drone shots capture brave painter on top of 130ft lighthouse

14 pictures of fairground rides arriving at Hull's new theme park

Rides have started to arrive in Hull for a "Covid-safe" theme park opening on Friday.These pictures show the wide range of rides on offer from kiddies’ rides to the imposing Bomber which have arrived at Hull College Craven Park.The event will provide an opportunity for thrill seekers to get their fix after Hull Fair was cancelled in October.

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14 pictures of fairground rides arriving at Hull's new theme park

Humber Street antiques dealer's hidden life as drug crime lord

Karl Pettitt led a lavish lifestyle only a short time after being released of a long jail sentence which raised alarm bells A drug crime lord lived a life of luxury posing as an antiques dealer in the trendy areas of Humber Street and Beverley.Karl Pettitt did nothing to hide is ill-gotten gains as it appeared his business was thriving.

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Humber Street antiques dealer's hidden life as drug crime lord

McDonald's drive-thru trip ends in arrest for hungry driver

He attempted to order chicken nuggets A trip to the drive-thru McDonald's for a box of chicken nuggets could prove very costly for one driver.The alarm was raised when the man, 39, went to the drive-thru at the Willerby restaurant on Tuesday (May 4) when he appeared to have been drinking.

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McDonald's drive-thru trip ends in arrest for hungry driver

Driver in 'serious but stable' condition after A63 horror crash

Police have provided an update on the man's condition A motorist whose car rolled over following a crash on the A63 is in a serious but stable condition in hospital.Humberside Fire and Rescue Service had rescued the male driver from a vehicle following the accident on the A63 westbound at South Cave at around 2pm on Tuesday afternoon (May 4).

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Driver in 'serious but stable' condition after A63 horror crash

Manhunt launched as crime spree hits sleepy seaside town

Police are investigating a number of break-ins which happened overnight on Monday in Hornsea Hornsea has been hit by a crime wave after several break-ins which all happened in just one night, police have said.Officers are appealing for information after a number of businesses in the seaside town were targeted by burglars overnight on Monday, May 3.

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Manhunt launched as crime spree hits sleepy seaside town

Debenhams announce exact day Hull store will finally close

There is not long left now to grab a bargain at the Prospect Street store Debenhams has now confirmed exactly when its Hull store will close.The department store collapsed last year but had reopened 97 of its sites to allow for a final closing down sale with up to 80 per cent off fashion and home products.

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Debenhams announce exact day Hull store will finally close

Princess Charlotte will not oust Anne in royal family shake-up

Supporters were concerned the Princess Royal would be driven out in shake up by Prince William and Prince Charles Princess Charlotte will not be able to oust Princess Anne from her job when the monarchy is slimmed down.Some commentators suggested that the Princess, who recently turned six, could take over Anne's Princess Royal title.

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Princess Charlotte will not oust Anne in royal family shake-up