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    Cash boost for Holderness coast villages  
   

HOLDERNESS coastal communities are to benefit from a funding boost of Government cash worth more than £470,000.
East Riding of Yorkshire Council announced this week that a bid to the Government’s Coastal Communities Fund had been successful, allowing their Coastal Opportunities Gateway project to go ahead.   ............[read more]

 
       
    Police changes will split up Holderness  
   

RADICAL changes to the way Holderness is policed are to be introduced in April, the Gazette can reveal this week.
It means the existing Holderness Neighbourhood Team, commanded by Insp Mark Coulthard, will be split into two.  ...........[read more]

 
       
     
   
BEVERLEY and Holderness MP Graham Stuart has joined forces with parliamentary colleagues from the region to press for better mobile phone coverage in Holderness and across East Yorkshire.
It comes as one local entrepreneur says funding to improve connectivity in rural areas should be made available to smaller
independent companies.  ...............[read more]
 
       
       
  Sports News...  
           
    Withernsea give their all against ‘over-strength’ opponents!  
   

THIS score-line speaks volumes about the Yorkshire Merit 2 Table. Sadly, that does not speak of the quality of the rugby that has been seen in the games Withernsea have enjoyed this year, which has been excellent.
It refers rather to the honesty that is lacking in some of the bigger clubs, who treat the smaller teams as cannon fodder as soon as one of their higher teams does not have a game.   .
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    Huteson hat-trick helps Roos climb to third  
   
IN-FORM winger Sam Huteson took his season’s goals tally to 14 from 12 games last Saturday with a hat-trick for Roos as they saw off the challenge of Savoy United.
As expected, it was a much tougher game than it had been two weeks earlier when Roos dumped United out of the League Junior Cup 5-1, but this was another deserved success which lifted Roos to third in the County League Division Three table, just three points behind the league leaders, with three games in hand..  ..............(read more)
 
       
    Vikings’ quartet to visit Ukraine this summer  
   
NORMALLY to play a game of rugby league in Holderness you would drive down to the Keyingham Sports Field or get on the team bus and head over to York or Leeds.
However, that is not the case as far as three Holderness Vikings players, plus coach, Neil McCunnell, are concerned, as all four of them will be heading over to Kiev, the capital city of Ukraine, later this year to help spread the game of rugby league.   ..........(read more)
 
           
           
           
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