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Hull Live: Breaking news, traffic and travel from Hull and East Yorkshire on March 5
2020-03-05 06:40:00
Video LoadingVideo UnavailableClick to playTap to playThe video will start in 8CancelPlay now Welcome to today's live news blog where you will find all the latest news, traffic, travel, sport and weather updates for Hull and East Yorkshire on Thursday, March 5. If it is happening in our city, you will hear it here first, as well as the latest news from the rest of the country. Our team will keep you up to date with all you need to know throughout the day – from traffic and travel to the latest breaking news. If you spot something going on in the community, please give us a call on 01482 315257 or email news@hulldailymail.co.uk. Find the latest traffic updates in your area You can also get in touch via our Facebook and Twitter accounts. 14:58Housebuilder celebrates World Book DayTo celebrate World Book Day, housebuilder David Wilson Homes Yorkshire East has donated £500 to Westfield Primary School in Cottingham to purchase new books and promote the importance of reading in the local community.The donation will be used to purchase brand-new books, catering to the literacy requirements of children under the age of 10 and boosting Westfield Primary School’s library offering.To further support reading in the community, the housebuilder will be giving away £200 of book vouchers from its Harland Park development on Harland Way in Cottingham throughout March. Children will be able to visit the sales office, accompanied by a parent or guardian to collect one of 20 Waterstones £10 book vouchers to spend on a new book of their choice.14:49Fire in Chamberlain Road12:36MPs to receive pay riseMPs are to receive a pay rise of 3.1% bringing their annual basic salary to £81,932 from April this year, the Independent Parliamentary Standards Authority has announced. 11:57Boy punched security guard while shopping with his mumA teenager who went shopping with his mum ended up punching a security guard in the face after entering a store in which he was banned.After the 15-year-old boy was arrested by police he later told them he would do it again.The boy entered the St Andrew’s Retail Park store on Hessle Road in west Hull on February 6 this year.Read more here.St Andrews shopping centre in Hessle Road10:31Hull FC’s Andy Last tipped for international success with Wane keenHull FC head coach Lee Radford says Andy Last would join England with his blessing should Shaun Wane make an approach for his number two.According to reports elsewhere, Last is on a shortlist of coaches being considered for roles in new England boss Wane’s backroom team, ahead of a three-game series against Australia at the end of the season.The role is unlikely to impact on his current position as assistant coach at the KCOM Stadium, where he has worked since hanging his playing boots up at the end of the 2004 Super League season.Hull Live understands that while Wane may be keen to work with Last, among others, an approach has not been made as of yet.Read more by clicking here.Hull FC assistant coach Andy Last 09:19Traffic updateSlow traffic on A164 at B1232 Beverley Road (Toby Carvery roundabout). Travel time is four minutes.Usual slow traffic on Holderness Road inbound from Ings Road (The Crooked Billet) to Mount Pleasant (The Mount Retail Park).Slow traffic on A63 Castle Street and Roger Millward Way outbound at Ferensway (Mytongate roundabout). Travel time is four minutes.Slow traffic on A63 Clive Sullivan Way and Hessle Road inbound before Ferensway (Mytongate roundabout). Travel time is four minutes.Queuing traffic o A63 Roger Millward Way at Great Union Street (Roger Millward Way roundabout).Usual slow traffic on Beverley Road around Clough Road / Cottingham Road junction., Travel time is 11 minutes.A164 in both directions busy but moving at A1079 (Jocks Lodge).08:46Humberside Police is hiring new officers – here’s how to applyDo you want to make Hull a safer place? Can you run towards danger instead of away from it?If so, then you might want to start thinking about becoming a police officer.Luckily, Humberside Police will start their next recruitment drive from Monday, March 9.Find out more here.Humberside Police officers will be seen more working in the community (Image: Humberside Police)08:32Bus delaysTraffic Update: We are seeing delays of up to 20 minutes this morning due to heavy traffic. Service 63, 66, 104, 105 & 154 are seeing the longest delays. Services in Scarborough are seeing some 5 – 10 minute delays. To track a bus call BusLine on 01482 592929 – Open till 6pm.— East Yorkshire (@EYBuses) March 5, 2020 08:24James Berry on Kaka, ex-teammate TAA and his Hull City debutAfter making his debut for Hull City last month teenager James Berry talks to Hull Live about his idol Kaka and reflects on his first game for the Tigers.“It was absolutely fantastic, from the start of the day to the end was just incredible,” explained 19-year-old forward Berry.“It wasn’t the result we wanted but on a personal note, it was fantastic for me and my family to be able to say that I have played in the Championship and made my debut for Hull City.”Read more here.James Berry during his Hull City debut against Blackburn Rovers08:00Latest traffic updateThe roads in Hull and East Yorkshire are getting busy as we head into the morning rush hour. Here is your first traffic update of the day:Queuing traffic on A164 in both directions at A1079 (Jocks Lodge). Travel time is six minutes.Slow traffic on A164 at B1232 Beverley Road (Toby Carvery roundabout). Travel time is six minutes.Slow traffic on Holderness Road inbound from Ings Road (The Crooked Billet) to Mount Pleasant (The Mount Retail Park). Travel time is six minutes.Slow traffic on A63 Castle Street and Roger Millward Way outbound at Ferensway (Mytongate roundabout). Travel time is 13 minutes.Slow traffic on A63 Clive Sullivan Way and Hessle Road inbound before Ferensway (Mytongate roundabout). Travel time is six minutes.Queuing traffic on A63 Roger Millward Way at Great Union Street (Roger Millward Way roundabout). Travel time is ten minutes.Heavy traffic on Beverley Road around Clough Road/Cottingham Road junction. Travel time is five minutes.07:45Bransholme woman ‘freezing for weeks’ after heating system breaksA disabled woman says she is “disgusted” after being left without heating and “freezing” for three weeks.Angie Parker, 53, claims she has been getting in touch with Hull City Council every day to ask them to fix her heating system.Mrs Parker, of Broadstone Close, off Dorchester Road in Bransholme, says the only thing she can do to keep warm is wrap herself up in a blanket and claims that having no heating is making her “very poorly”.Read more here.Angie says the only way she can keep warm is with a blanket (Image: HullLive)07:34Holderness Road shoppers shocked as brawl spills in
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