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A KEYINGHAM man says he’s humbled by his father’s offer of a life-saving kidney, describing it as “a Christmas present you can’t put a price on”.
Steve Johnson, 32, who lives off Station Road, currently has to undergo dialysis twice a day due to a chronic kidney disease. Now his dad, Mark, 54, has offered to give one of his kidneys for a transplant operation.   ............[read more]

 
       
    Violent push after pub ‘provocation’  
   

A WITHERNSEA teenager injured a woman so badly she needed five stitches to her mouth and lost two teeth after an angry exchange outside a pub.
Kirsty Collins, 18, saw red and pushed Keira Storey from behind, knocking her to the ground 200 metres from the Pier Hotel in Withernsea.   ...........[read more]

 
       
     
   
A WITHERNSEA man has been jailed for 18 months after admitting stealing money from a 95-year old pensioner who had given him odd jobs to do around her house.
Andrew Wilson, 37, appeared at Hull Crown Court on Friday, when his actions were branded as “shameful” by Judge Jeremy Richardson QC.  ...............[read more]
 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Withernsea edged out by Driffield  
   

WITHERNSEA started the game at the top of the merit table after several months of battling to overtake Scunthorpe into the number one spot. Driffield, however, were not to be fazed by the lofty league position and provided the home team’s sternest test of the year.   ...............(read more)

 
       
    Stiffs’ big learning curve continues  
   
NOT for the first time this season the Eastenders Reserves were on the wrong end of an emphatic looking scoreline that didn’t really reflect the competitive nature of the game.  ..............(read more)
 
       
    Last pair on song as Olympic reach the summit  
   
THE OLYMPIC snooker lads had another stunning win at home against Manor last week, the team gaining a deserved 13-7 success.   ..........(read more)
 
           
           
           
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