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    Fishermen fighting to save livelihoods  

HOLDERNESS fishermen are battling to save their livelihoods as they fear their businesses may no longer by viable if a regulation is brought in by the EU later this year.
It would increase the minimum landing size for a sea bass and also force fisherman to attend their nets at all times.  ............[read more]

    Landowner bailed on waste charge  

A LANDOWNER accused of taking part in illegal waste dumping in Sproatley has appeared in the dock with seven others.
Richard Beadle, of Sproatley Grange, Boggle Lane, Sproatley, has pleaded guilty to permitting the deposit of controlled waste without the authority of a current environmental permit against the 1990 Environmental Protection Act.  ............[read more]


THE East Riding is bucking the trend with visitors to the area boosting the economy with tourism worth more than £500 million, according to experts.
Tourism chiefs say the latest available figures for 2014 show tourism across the county was worth £506 million - even though the National Trust data says fewer people are visiting the UK’s coastline.  ...........[read more]

  Sports News...  
    Connor smashes maiden ton  

BROTHERS Connor and Ashley McKinley were the stand out performers for the First XI on Saturday when they came out on top in a hard fought draw away at Hull Zingari II.
Patrington managed to pick up 26 points from a high scoring game and they remain third in the Division Two table with only four games left to play. ...............(read more)

    Two rugby codes are ready to join forces  
ON MONDAY night the Holderness Viking Rugby League under 10s attended a training session with members of the senior Withernsea Rugby Union Team in an exciting development that could see a long term partnership development between the two clubs.  ..............(read more)
    Seasiders hold premier side  

WITHERNSEA AFC continued their impressive preseason programme with a well-deserved three-all draw against County League Premier Division opposition, Eddie Beedle last Thursday night. ..........(read more)

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